In the last month, WotC made it very clear of the direction they want to take with Magic: the Gathering. MTG Arena is in open beta with the marketing and promotion of some kind of new sliced bread factory, proving the casual audience is where money is best spent. At least, that’s what I thought up until today.
This may be the first time you are hearing this and I’m sorry you have to hear it from me, but cards on the Reserve List are E X P E N S I V E. Eternal players and collectors alike are divided on what the future of what Magic should look like but no matter what your stance, Mark Rosewater’s unyielding conviction proves that the RL is not going away any time soon. Continue reading “Lazy Sunday Legacy – Ballin’ on a Budget”
Over the last year our brand has gone through so much change and so much growth as we worked on our identity- we began regularly commentating, streaming and reaching out to other local Australian content creators. Through this, we have used one of the most iconic symbols of Canberra, the Royal Bluebell, as our logo because it is part of our identity.
Continue reading “CBR MTG has a new logo!”
Deathrite Shaman has been banished to the netherworld for nearly two weeks now and the legacy meta game has become the Wild West while players figure out which decks will be the next big thing in a post DRS world. Continue reading “Lazy Sunday Legacy – The Argument for Mono Colour”
Banned and Restricted announcement is in a couple of days and there is mostly talk about further unbannings in Modern, but murmurs of Deathrite Shaman getting pushed out of Legacy are growing ever present. Will the 25th Anniversary Team Trios Pro Tour in 3-5 August 2018 give WoTC the push they need to talk about the Legacy? Continue reading “Lazy Sunday Legacy – Innovation in a Solved Format”
In a world lead by Deathrites and Delvers, the non-blue mages are fighting back, and they are stronger than ever. If Brainstorm isn’t your thing, what options do you have?
Continue reading “Lazy Sunday Legacy – What Makes a Deck Stompy?”