Highlighted M:EMory: Spinning Clock

It's a new week! And that can only mean that the time has come for a new Highlighted M:EMory! And this time, Time is very much the point of the matter! That's because this week, we will be reM:EMbering the poem "Spinning Clock," by RavenoftheBlack.

Duels Expansion Review (AER Edition) – Multicolored

Felbatista takes a look at the last few colorful cards in his last AER review.

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!

The War of the Wheel, Week 14

Chapter XIII To Set the World on Fire   Antine had many fears, but he had never been as afraid in his life as he was now. Usually, when Antine found himself afraid of something, he would initially run for his life until he regained his faculties, and when he did, he would analyze the […]
Monastery Gardener
Creature - Human Monk

Pray (: You gain 1 life. Pray only as a sorcery.)

Whenever you gain life, add to your mana pool.

If you want to make it into CotW, you just have to believe like CommanderJim did.


Make sure to visit the COTW thread to vote on next week's winner!
Mana Tangle



Counter target spell unless its controller pays .

Barrage (When you cast this spell, you may exile any number of instant or sorcery cards from your graveyard. Copy this spell that many times. You may choose new targets for the copies.)

Mana Tangle's a bit of a weird counterspell. The Eldangard block's take on Rune Snag, like other barrage cards, actually competes for space with itself. Much like the delve mechanic, cards with barrage on them compete with each other for the same limited resource. You may be best off running only one or two copies of barrage cards like Mana Tangle and filling the rest of your deck with non barrage equivalents with a lower ceiling but better base effect. Finding the exact ratio is a real deckbuilding challenge.


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