The new game and story expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic, Legacy of the Sith, is right around the corner! Recently, the developers held a livestream to share story teases, game expansion details and give away some freebies and we have all the deets compiled for you right here. But first, the free stuff….
People who read my Magic articles might notice a trend where I claim a new set’s not going to make much of an impact until a rotation happens or until a certain strategy dies.
It seems like Innistrad came so fast, right? Just when I was getting used to some of the more interesting and playable DND cards, we have another set drop. But, regardless of the pace, this set is proving to be awesome.
With the DND set giving us new pieces, I figured it was time to revisit my favorite tribe in Magic: the humble goblin. A while back, the goblin deck proved itself a demon of Historic. It’s fallen from memory slightly, and even the people who expect it aren’t prepared to face a different version.
And that’s my take on Adventures in The Forgotten Realms. I think it’s cool how much work went into making sure the feel of D&D went into the cards.
Adventures in The Forgotten Realms dropped a few days ago. So, today, I’m going to cover my 7 early impressions of the set, and a few standout cards for Standard and Historic.
Frequent readers will be familiar with my love of Magic: The Gathering. But I’ve recently been playing the Pokémon TCG. And, for your entertainment, I’ll dispense some of my initial impressions of the game.
(Hey, everyone! With Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach coming out soon, we thought it would be fun to look back at Brandon Scott’s article on the first game. Enjoy!) Originally Published: November 19th, 2018 Five Nights At Freddy’s Instills FEAR Do you recall when you first came across Five Nights at Freddy’s? I first…
Another Magic set comes out, and the meta is upset again. So, as I always try to do, I’ll give my first impressions/predictions for what this set will mean for Standard and Historic.
Cards on the table, I went into this show to see what a layman might get out of a DOTA series. I don’t know the games or the lore. I had almost no idea what DOTA: Dragon’s Blood would be like.
Genesis Midrange rewards understanding when you can ignore your opponent’s attackers and go for the ramp win and when you need to stall.
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