The dorks are back with a listener Mad Lib, even more Modern Horizons cards to talk about, and a whole slew of completely pointless truisms!
There’s also the full list of Horizons mechanics – but can Chewie read through it all in one breath? Or will he die trying? He better not, otherwise no one’s getting this episode!Continue reading
We’re back with more Modern Horizons previews! I’ve been saying it for a couple weeks now, but this set really is Time Spiral all over again. There’s a ridiculous amount of old mechanics coming back, and so many cards are not only good on their own, but are also references to many things throughout the history of Magic. It’s so great!Continue reading
Modern Horizons previews have begun! This set is like another version of Time Spiral, with old keywords and references to all kinds of old Magic things. So the dorks are going through as many of the previewed cards as we can!
Also, Mike may or may not be getting mauled by a bear during the show. No one knows for sure. All hail Queen Ayula!Continue reading
We’ve made it to 550! To celebrate, we apparently killed two of our hosts. Hopefully our reanimation spells will resolve before the end of the episode.
It’s the end of the story of War of the Spark! We’re covering all the story-focused cards we can find, so hey, spoiler warning! We’re going all the way to the conclusion and talking all about it! Get ready to feel some feels, because once that’s all done we’re even going to mention the new Signature Spellbook that was revealed by Polygon!Continue reading
The dorks are back with even more War of the Spark previews! We’re starting off with all the cards in the Story Scenes, because the story is the whole point of this episode! Then we’re jumping around to the planeswalkers we missed, the Gods (who were being previewed while we were recording), and a few other highlights.
And don’t worry about the lack of Mike at the beginning, he’ll show up partway through the episode. You won’t have to do without the beard for an entire show!
RE: the title – it’ll make sense, I promise.Continue reading