Friday, January 28 – As much as The Ferrett hates Phyrexia, money will ultimately determine who wins between the factions. Make sure you know whether to side with the Mirrans or the Phyrexians for the Prerelease this weekend!
Tuesday, December 14th – Out of five writers, three have to exit stage left in an epic triple elimination. Pedro earned immunity this week, so who’s his lucky Top 8 partner…? John Beety? Dan Barrett? Or one of the Casual writers?
Tuesday, October 26th – It’s an argument that Iâ€™ve heard a million times: When it comes to Magic articles, the quality of writing doesnâ€™t matter. Only tech does. I’m here to tell you why those arguments are wrong. (Plus, an update on the SCG Casual Talent Search!)
Monday, September 27th – The Prerelease brought a lot of tough decisions – not the least of which was where to play! See the store I played at! Read my evaluations of the new Scars cards! Envy my amazing card-opening skills!
Monday, February 1st – The Ferrett rocked out to his local prerelease, ready to sling a selection of the sweet Worldwake spells. He shares his first impressions on a number of Worldwake cards, be they strong or weakâ€¦
Tuesday, September 29th – my initial impressions are that this seems to be a really tricky set. Alara Block seemed packed with mechanics that were powerful, but not particularly subtle â€” oh, you get more Exalted, you Unearth more creatures, you play more guys with five power! Whereas Zendikar feels like itâ€™s just packed with very clever plays that reward very clever, alert players.
Tuesday, September 8th – I was eager to get out there and tussle it up with the new Chaos â€” er, I mean Plane cards. I wanted to see whether this new twist would resound with multiplayers around the world, or whether itâ€™d just be some barely-played variant like Vanguard. So what’s the verdict?
Monday, July 13th – On Saturday, I played M10 for eleven hours straight, making the finals of a twenty-five man tournament and then drafting an utterly horrid Blue deck that went 1-2. As usual, here are my impressions of the cards as I saw â€˜em; some looked good and played poorly, others looked terrible but were better than expected.