Hey there, gang! Remember way back on Monday when I offhandedly mentioned there were some conspiracies you didn't reveal right away? Well, now is the day that we'll actually be talking about those! As we covered earlier in the week, some of the Conspiracies start the game in your Command Zone, face-up, already doing something neat. 8 of them, however, start the game face-DOWN in your Command Zone, waiting for you to spring them at the moment of your choosing! These all have 'Hidden Agenda' abilities.
Let's keep the ball rolling on our Conspiracy week! One of the many cards in Conspiracy that messes with the drafting process itself is . In a normal draft, each player receives the same mix of 3 packs, and everyone drafts as normal- take a pick, pass the rest, repeat. Lore Seeker throws a fun little wrench into that finely tuned machine- by letting you add a booster pack of your choice to the draft right then and there! So, a few things. First off- you need to actually HAVE a pack. Your shop
Yes, even during Conspiracy week, we conspire to bring you tournament tips on Tuesday (I just couldn't fit all that mess into the header, is all). Conspiracy has lots of new cards among the fun old reprints (Hi, !), and probably the most interesting among them are the new Conspiracy cards themselves. But as we touched on yesterday, don't go looking for a pile of Worldknits and Power Plays for your Standard deck or your GP weekend- they won't be allowed! Save for 13 cards, all the new cards in
Welcome to Conspiracy week, all you kingslayers and double-dealers! To celebrate the release of the new Summer Multiplayer product, we're doing a whole week on the wacky hilarity that can come up during your Conspiracy drafts. What better 'first' to kick off this topic than the ultimate "FIRST" card,? Power Play is one of the thirteen cards with the new type of "Conspiracy". They aren't legal in any format but a Conspiracy draft, so don't get any ideas about bringing these to FNM or a PTQ! Conspiracies
It is now five days after the launch of Conspiracy. We here at the rules tips blog hope you had a lot of fun drafting it so far. One concern that we would like to get out to the general public is that Conspiracy drafts can not be used for anything other than casual. That means you'll get at most 1 Planeswalker Point for any event you play in, if it's entered in Wizards Event Reporter as casual non-sanctioned. No FNM No GPT No PTQ No Grand Prix No Pro Tour If your local shop has been
Warp World is weird, and so is Humility. Put them together, and weird things happen with triggers. If you're less confused after reading this blog entry, I'll be impressed!
Ever wonder what happens to all that stuff somebody controls when you kill that player off in a multiplayer game? Learn the gritty details here!
Welcome to Commander Week! First off, we discuss some basics of the format and how the "commander tax" works.
Oh, what a tempting offer we have! How do these spells really work? Find out in this post!
A very common question is whether Ashling the Pilgrim or Heartless Hidetsugu can kill opponents by dealing 21 damage even without attacking. We explain why that doesn't work!