A wild Cube Draft Trilogy has appeared! We’re back at it, this time with Kenny, returning guest Troy, and first time guest Erin! This episode features homage, carnage, outdated election jokes, and approximately 78 mana.
Amber and Kenny pick out their top cards from Commander Legends, then do a deep dive into the set. This episode features festive hats, aardvark annihilation, a treatise against mana rocks, and a rant on Partner.
Today we discuss a simple but sobering question: what would it take to actually kill Magic? This episode features corporate structure, fake cards, Pokémon, Orlando Bloom, and free advice for Wizards of the Coast.
This episode features a slew of technical difficulties (including us having to rip audio from Twitch, sorry!), stress candy, truly incredible voice acting, and a return to the free-to-read Magic story!
This episode features two important and triumphant returns. First, the return of Amber and Kenny doing battle with each other on the ever-shifting planes of the multiverse! Second, and far more dreadfully, the return of a certain red/black mythic 1-drop uncommon…….
This is it! The final episode of the series! Believe it or not, after countless board wipes and betrayals, this game actually has a winner. This episode features stanky looks, British alt rock band EMF, and more Thieving Amalgams than you can shake a stick at.
Everyone in the multiverse has weighed in on WotC’s latest corporate bowel movement, Secret Lair x The Walking Dead, and we wanted to give our two cents. More importantly, we wanted to introduce our own unique angles on the discussion, untangle the aftermath, and project into the future of products in this vein.
It’s a Show and Tell episode, which means both Amber and Kenny are bringing some MTG content to discuss. Amber selected Wired’s “The Stockbrokers of Magic” while Kenny went with Mark Rosewater’s “The Future of Magic.” This episode features unscrupulous Magic financiers, Horned Triceratrons, new card frames, Goatse, and Peter Pan as a Magic card.