I will admit, if it is not already clear, I do not follow Standard tournament standings religiously. It’s for primarily two reasons; I can’t afford to keep up with Top-8 decks, and secondly, even if I could, I tend to not like the play styles of successful decks. For example, […]
(sorry for more crunchy audio, folks. I’m not sure how, but it’s definitely Kyle’s fault.) Ghost Riding: Cossak Stunt Riding:
Defensive Waiting New spoilers mean new off the wall deck ideas from me! This time a got an itch to build a deck around two characters that are both masters of their craft. The inspiration came from seeing the new Yoda, and how much his special sides allow you to do. […]
This deck is my oldest deck I have constructed that has survived the countless rebuilds, dismantles, bulk sales, etc. that I’ve done over the years. I will admit that part of the reason the deck has survived is two-fold: it has little value in it, so there’s little reason to […]
We’ve pulled up some of our favorite clips and carefully edited them together with our commentary to reminisce on some of the fun times we’ve had for this last (almost) two years!
I don’t usually play Pauper format. In fact, I never have. Even when I built this deck, I set the challenge for myself to make a Pauper deck that could compete in Casual Modern with friends. And, for the most part, it was a success. Even now, I look back […]
Beer fest, beer, also beer and these (apologies for the sound issues part way through. Weird wind noise got in. Probably fajita day):
Harrow County Since I started my month of horror comics a bit late, I’ll be extending this binge read a bit longer than October. That month went by entirely too quickly! This week, I’m taking a look at Harrow County, a new series published by Dark Horse Comics which features […]
We focus on how Kendric hates movie trailers, but not video game trailers. He also hates some parts of Magic: The Gathering, but only particular parts and one coworker.
Little Nightmares As the nights start getting longer in the gradual transition from fall to winter, October is often a month of increasing cold and darkness. It’s little surprise that with Halloween at the tail end of it, October is the month for scares and nightmares. Some of the scariest […]