Despite an alarming lack of Elves in the set, Jamie goes over the new Magic set, Innistrad: Midnight Hunt. Let’s hope Rite of Harmony can salvage the set.
Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons finally cross over. Will any of the plethora of new Elves be good enough to make it out of limited?
Kaldheim was the first Magic: The Gathering set in a while with a focus on Elves. Jamie looks back to see if it lived up to expectations.
Here at Elves All The Way Down, a new set means new cards to review. All the elves in Strixhaven and their enablers, scored out of five.
The year is 2021, and the Hexagorgon team have finally been invited to enrol at magic school. No, you haven’t fallen through a wormhole: we’re talking about Magic the Gathering.
Welcome back to the Elves All The Way Down review of Kaldheim – Magic the Gathering’s Norse mythology-themed expansion. This time, we’re covering the Changelings and other supporting cards.
In the first part of the Elves All The Way Down review of Kaldheim, Jamie goes over all the Elves in the set to see if they’re up to scratch for constructed Magic play.
Magic: The Gathering is off to Norse-land! The new set promises Viking-inspired sagas and ten whole realms to explore. What better way to mark the occasion than by introducing Kaldheim’s cutest cards?
Elves All The Way Down Episode 3 takes a look at Elves in the Pauper metagame, where we get to use some less well known cards.
Jamie takes a look back at the longest year ever to find his top 10 Magic: The Gathering cards to be printed in the last 12 months. Now that’s positivity!
In the second episode of Elves All The Way Down, Jamie visits Modern to play Green-White Combo Elves. Join us as he tries to make infinitely large Elves.