Magic Origins is turning out to be quite an exciting set full of quirky, interesting, and powerful cards... and Michael Majors is intent on putting one of the riskier, more dangerous ones to work!
Chris VanMeter has really settled into a solid groove this season with G/R Dragons, but Magic Origins is about to shake things up drastically and he's got to figure out what comes next for him and his beloved Stormbreath Dragons.
Sam Black is a huge fan of Magic Origins so far, and he wants to take its flavorful protagonists out for a deckbuilding spin to see just how good they are and what they want to be doing.
With more than half the set spoiled, GerryT feels confident that it's going to pull Standard in one specific direction and has started building new decks with that in mind.
The spoiler for Magic Origins is getting pretty complete, and Ben shares his thoughts about how he expects the set's price trajectory to differ from prior Core Sets' as well as price analyses for the individual cards added since yesterday's update.
Mark has been hearing a lot of echoes going around the echo chamber, all of them saying Magic Origins stinks and the cards are bad. But what if the only thing that's bad is the lack of thought going into forming that firmly-held opinion?
Ari Lax loves Storm something fierce, and Magic Origins has quite a present waiting inside for him. He also analyzes the rest of the set too with a critical eye - what will win him his second Pro Tour trophy?
Magic Origins is set to shake up Standard, and Matt is excited to see it coming - but he also wants to take one last spin with the old format and make Deadly Wanderings finally work out.
A few new key spoilers today, as well as an announcement from WotC adjusting the number of rares and mythics printed in Magic Origins!
In his last article before a brief hiatus to go get married, Chas Andres takes an in-depth look at what we know about Magic Origins so far and what can be expected of its rares and mythics.
Magic Origins is a deckbuilder's cornucopia, and Anthony Lowry takes a meander through the set spoiled so far in order to find homes for some of the cards that interest him the most.
While all five of the flip-Planeswalkers from Magic Origins are exciting, Patrick "The Innovator" Chapin is particularly intrigued by the deeper potential to be found in Nissa, Vastwood Seer.
With Magic Origins taking great effort to hearken back to Magic's oldest days with a few of its cards, Carsten just has to explore how Eternal formats might use these newest analogues to broken restricted Vintage cards.
We're just a few days away from (probably) having the full Magic Origins spoiler, but as of today's update we know all but one Mythic and all but twenty Rares - check out Ben's analysis of everything we learned over this weekend!
Magic Origins is proving to be both a flavorful and powerful set, and there are even a few potent Dragons for the Dragonmaster himself. Check inside for Brian's first thoughts about the set and its iconic Planeswalkers!
Bennie is all for Liliana, Heretical Healer, and to show his devotion to his favorite Defiant Necromancer he's building around her in both Standard and Commander!
Gerard is a huge fan of control decks, and he looks at how Magic Origins shifts things for his favored archetype as well as what he's planning to play at #SCGBALT this weekend.
Goblin Piledriver! We get three months of Piledriver + Rabblemaster in Standard, and forever in Modern. That shakes things up considerably for Magic Origins, don't you think?
Nothing ignites the spark of imagination quite like the possibility of a turn-one planeswalker. Kytheon beats down like The Boss, and Tom has several decks to try him out in.
We saw a whole lot of cards spoiled last night, including some key reprints as well as the last of the five flip-Planeswalkers, Chandra, Fire of Kaladesh!