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Happy Thanksgiving! This week we share our experiences with Historic, which continues to exceed our expectations. We also take a look at what Secret Lair has to offer and we have a few suggestions we hope Wizards will take for future offerings. We also talk more video games. Thank you for your honor.
In Sepia Vision
The dust has settled with Kaladesh on Arena, and we go over some of the decks we’ve been playing in Historic. We take a look at where the metagame is at, and then we discuss the Arena’s economy. That plus loads of discussion on the new PlayStation 5. Thank you for your honor.
A Detour to Kaladesh
Kaladesh remastered has made its way into Arena and we share our thoughts on Vehicles, Energy, and the like. We take a look at some specific cards and what they’ll do in Historic. We also talk Halo 3 and the latest Assassin’s Creed. Thank you for your honor.
Cat Scratch Fever
Another week and Standard is still sitting in a decent place. We talk about our experiences with the format, and while it may not be for everyone, it’s certainly healthier. We also take a look at Kaladesh remastered. A few key cards are missing, but we still take a look at what sort of impact this will have for Historic. Thank you for your honor.
We’re back for another episode. We go over our weeks with Standard where we continue to be impressed with how decent it is. We take a look at a very specific Commander card and feel spurned as Legacy players. We also talk Mandalorian and Forza Horizon. Thank you for your honor.
When to Buy Paper
It’s a been a relatively quiet news weeks. We give our take with how Standard is faring. Ask if and when is a good time to pick up actual Standard staples in paper, and share our experiences with new PCs, Smart Lighting, and Schitt’s Creek. Thank you for your honor.
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Been listening to this cast for over a year now. Came for the Magic, stayed for the nerd culture. Being a dad, I have very limited time to check out everything, so if these guys mention it, I’m more likely to try it out. Highly recommended.
Great conversations over Magic and nerd culture.
Great conversations over Magic and nerd culture. Enjoy the personalities, the v-necks, and the family Midwest talk. (...even though I hate blue-white decks, and occasionally play Burn.)
These guys are very experienced and knowledgeable gamers. The MtG content is great, but their personalities are why I listen. Keep up the great work!