Read Justin Parnell's review of Born of the Gods for Cube to see which cards from the new set you should think about testing in your own Cube!
Sad that the Magic Online 2013 Holiday Cube is about to go way? Don't be! Justin tells you how you can keep the fun going by building your own Cube!
Justin tells you about how he got into Cube and why one of his pet cards, Braids, Cabal Minion, was recently cut from his current Cube configuration.
Justin completes the homework he asked you to do last time and builds a new Cube list using no more than 25% of the cards from a current up-to-date list.
Justin writes about True-Name Nemesis and why he thinks you shouldn't just automatically add it to your Cube because it's a powerful card.
Just in time for Halloween, Justin Parnell fights The Fear - you know it, that fear you have when you get that foiled-out, foreign language custom alter... then lose sleep over whether it's right to cut it from your Cube or keep it in even when no one is playing it.
In this week's article, Justin shares his thoughts about Theros for Cube and provides you with the list of cards he's trying out from it in his first go round.
Justin shifts gears to Cube drafting strategy and highlights a few build-around-me cards that are frequently included in Cubes and what you can do with them.
Today Justin takes a look at real-time Cube statistics using his powered 540-card Cube. Come get lost in his Cubermetrics spreadsheet!
Justin talks about the importance of rules in Cube using his own Cube and others as examples. What are the rules of your Cube?
Justin takes a much-overdue look at the Magic Online Cube after holding his criticisms for a year to address what he sees as its inherent flaws.
Justin presents four mini-articles in one. Which one would you first pick out of the pack?
This week Justin highlights some common mistakes made by Cube owners and what you can do to avoid making them with your Cube.
Justin writes about ten cards he thinks we should look at as Cube drafters rather than Cube owners to get a better understanding of each card's true role.
This week Justin tells you how to make aggro decks viable in your cube. Find out how you can make attacking for two fun and profitable for your drafters!
Justin Parnell is back just in time to review Dragon's Maze! See which cards he thinks should definitely make cubes and which ones should be left behind.