Commander is Magic: The Gathering's most popular format among players. Participating in a multiplayer game with friends and fellow players is an enjoyable experience full of fun and surprises. Ultimately, one player emerges victorious in a game of Commander by defeating their opponents. Utilizing format staples and potent, yet sometimes expensive, cards can help a player achieve victory.
In my latest article, 5 Budget Two-Card Combos for MTG Commander, I share five combos players can use to defeat opponents that won't break the bank. Game-winning decks do not always have to contain pricy cards. If building Commander decks on a budget resonates with you, this article is worth a read.
The Lost Caverns of Ixalan, Magic: The Gathering's winter 2023 Standard set releases on November 17th, Players have the opportunity to return to the plane of Ixalan, home to many Pirates, Merfolk, and Dinosaurs. Furthermore, the return to Ixalan occurs one year after a Phyrexian invasion and focuses on its underground caverns.
In my recent article, 5 MTG Cards Players Want in The Lost Caverns of Ixalan, I cover five MTG cards players hope to see in The Lost Caverns of Ixalan. Will more Dinosaur-related spells and sought-after artifacts get added to the main set? Players will have to wait a litte longer for spoiler season to find out.
One month has passed since the global release of Magic: The Gathering's Wilds of Eldraine. Wilds of Eldraine takes players back to the beloved plane following the aftermath of a Phyrexian invasion. New cards featuring old and new mechanics provide interesting gameplay and experiences. Several chase cards like Agatha's Soul Cauldron and Beseech the Mirror are seeing play across a handful of MTG Constructed formats.
In this week's TCGplayer Infinite article, The 7 Best Steals and Deals from Wilds of Eldraine, I highlight seven of the best value buys from Wilds of Eldraine. Several playable new cards and reprints are available at bargain prices. Read the article to learn more about which cards you should add to your collection.
Naya is a color shard in Magic: The Gathering that aligns with Red, White, and Green. Naya's main color is Green, which taps into the best qualities of White and Red to fuel growth. MTG's last Standard set to focus on color shards was Streets of New Capenna. The Cabaretti family, New Capenna's best partiers, represents Naya.
In my recent TCGplayer Infinite article, 6 Naya MTG Cards You Should Be Playing, I cover six Naya cards worth your consideration in the 99 of Commander decks. Streets of New Capenna's Cabaretti Charm and Jinnie Fay, Jetmir's Second are two examples of Naya cards that synergy with RWG commanders. Read the article to see what other Naya cards stand out the most.
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