It’s time to go back four years and look at an old article Brandon Scott wrote about May The Fourth.
Streets of New Capenna came out recently, and it’s been great. I’m always fond of multicolored sets. For a player who likes power, the cards are always exciting. I’ve already logged a fair bit of hours with the new cards, and I wanted to give you my first impressions.
The waking world is madcap. For some, it is exhausting. In the dreaming dark, there are other options, strange as they may be.
Too long ago, I announced a series where I would periodically review a few movies from the Dust YouTube channel. Well, it’s finally time to return. I’ve selected three short films. Each is different. Each is exciting. And each shows a wildly different future.
My initial interest in reading The Night Will Find Us was because it appeared to be a classic “friends camping” horror story with a heap of cosmic horror on top. And I got what I wanted. Those two things are a big part of the story.
What we understand is so small. What we can see is so limited. The dark holds more secrets than we’ve ever learned in the light. Jeremy is about to discover a single hidden truth. Assuming he can even understand what he’s witnessing.
So, those are the card choices, but before you go off and play, let’s talk about what decks to look out for, and what upgrades might happen down the line with the upcoming set.
Longtime readers will know that I’m a big fan of the Arclight Phoenix deck. It’s popular and powerful in Historic on Arena and I use it to grind ranks. Getting lots of practice in has led me to make tons of tweaks and even a few deviations from any list you’ve probably seen.
If you choose to be of the night, then you must share it. If the night chooses you, there’s little to be done.
Before listening to The Storage Papers, I never thought a podcast could scare me as much as The Magnus Archives. That the mind-melting, the dark-is-dangerous thrill it gave me was the peak of horror storytelling.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is the type of movie that could only exist in this new media environment. The draw is the spectacle of connecting reboots and pulling in actors to reprise long-gone roles.
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