This week on Constructed Criticism Quentinn has the week off as he is still in Europe for the Pro Tour. So Spencer and Casey are joined by a special guest who helped with the Team Oasis Games for the pro tour testing. They talk about the testing process and what cards they were the most impressed with as well as the decks they liked in that testing. They then go over the decks that did well at the PT itself. Continue reading
New Standard decks for the post Dragons of Tarkir world! Continue reading
This week on Limited Time Only Spencer is joined by the writer of playing4platinum.com Matthew Medina. They discuss some of the Synergies in Dragons Dragons Fate draft. Continue reading
This week on Constructed Criticism Spencer, Casey, and Quentinn talk about the decks that did well at the standard open for the power ranking. They then go in depth on how the words you use can change your magic game. Continue reading
Each week on Limited Time Only the hosts discuss a sealed pool and who they would build it. They invite the listeners of the show to build along with them and discuss what they think with us. Continue reading
This week on Constructed Criticism the guys talk about the decks for the SCG Invitational weekend as well as some of Spencer and Casey’s Modern filled weekend. Then they top it all off on a Training Grounds about motivation.
New decks featuring cards from Dragons of Tarkir! Continue reading
This week on Limited Time Only Spencer is joined by Travis Horlacher to review what they believe are the top commons in Dragons of Tarkir
It is set review week. This means Spencer, Quentinn and Casey have made a list of cards from Dragons Of Tarkir that they believe could make the cut in constructed. They rate the cards on a scale of 0-5 with 1 being reserved for cards that could be broken but are likely unplayable.
This week the hosts go over Power Rankings for Standard since Fate Reforged hit standard. They also talk about some of the different ways you can be hit by a “Trap Card” in Magic The Gathering and discuss a few of the major trap cards you can come up against. Continue reading
This week Spencer is joined by David Farnham from puremtgo.com and oasisgamesslc.com to do a set review for the uncommons of Dragons of Tarkir.