Highlighted M:EMory: Live For The Moment

Today, we look at yesterday, looking toward tomorrow. Why? Because this week, we will be highlighting: "Live for the Moment", by Barinellos.

Duels Expansion Review (Battle for Zendikar Edition) – Black and Red

Felbatista continues his expansions review, this time with Black and Red.

Casual Budget Building

Tzenesh delivers an in depth look at building a casual deck from the ground up.

Talcar Campaign – Part Two

This week we'll be continuing the adventures of the Talcar Campaign, DM'ed by rstnme.

Convoke: Tapping Into Your Potential

If you're like me, you've waited for a convoke deck that explodes onto the battlefield like a poorly piloted alien spacecraft. With NGA constructed, that wait is over.

Do they have it?

Anyone who has played limited has probably found themselves asking this question at least once. However, it’s not a very useful question to ask. So, what questions should you be asking instead?

Eye of the Storm / Mono-Black

Tzenesh and razorborne deliver us some excellent decks this week as we get closer and closer to catching up with the current Johnny's Quest!

Legends of the Waste, Week 10

The noggle looked confused. “I’m just running this train back empty from the roundhouse at Hickle Gully. The boxcars needed some framework done. Reinforcing, stuff like that. I’m not carrying any cargo.” “That suits me just fine,” Jackie said. “I’m not here to steal your cargo.” “What do you want, then?” Jackie smiled. “I’m here to steal your train,” she said.
Fill The Grave

Each player sacrifices creatures until he or she has five or more creature cards in his or her graveyard.

"The city dumps fill. The junkyards fill. The madhouses fill. The hospitals fill. The graveyards fill. Nothing else fills." - Charles Bukowski
CommanderJim stood ready to clean up last week's massacre and Fill The Graves with his competitors.
  • Probably the most surprising thing about this card is that WOTC hasn't printed it yet. Fill The Grave is a unique and morbidly flavourful take on board wipes. It loses impact in multiples for sure, but there are ways for clever deck builders to circumvent that and in the right deck it even turns into a discounted Plague Wind! Make sure to visit the COTW thread to vote on next week's winner!
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  • Skyrift Foreseer

    Creature - Wolf Scout


    Play with the top card of your library revealed.

    : Draw a card, then put Skyrift Foreseer on top of its owner's library.

    "Worse things than war threaten Ossia."

    razorborne is still hoping in his deepest heart of hearts that this little wolf cub can one day see NGA Constructed play. I mean, come on! It's blue (good), costs one mana (great), and draws cards (excellent). Perhaps one day, eh, razorborne? One day...

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