Jamie looks back over 2023 in Magic with his Top 10 cards of the year.
Magic: The Gathering’s latest set is a return to the exciting plane of Ixalan. A Mesoamerican-inspired world with added Dinosaurs. I really enjoyed our previous visit to the plane and was quite excited to return in Lost Caverns of Ixalan. I wasn’t doing reviews back then, but the old block provided a few cards we’ve played in Elves over the years.
However, there is one glaring issue with an Elves All The Way Down Review of an Ixalan set: there aren’t any Elves…
Magic: The Gathering has returned to a world of fairytales and knightly courts with its latest set, Wilds of Eldraine. Last time we visited, Eldraine provided us with some of the game’s most infamous mistakes. For this review, we’ll be looking at all of the new Elves (and other support cards) to see if Wilds of Eldraine can outdo its predecessor.
Magic the Gathering’s latest set, March of the Machine visits the whole Multiverse at once. Surely there are some good Elves to be found?
Jamie reviews MTG’s latest set, Phyrexia: All Will Be One, for any new tools it brings for Elf decks in all formats.
With 2022 coming to a close, Jamie reveals his top 10 cards. With such a varied year for MTG, what cards will take top billing?
Magic: The Gathering’s latest set, Brothers’ War, looks to the game’s past. Jamie looks over the set to see if it can help with Elves’ future.
Jamie reviews Magic the Gathering’s latest set for Elf players.
Jamie reviews all the new Elves in Magic the Gathering’s latest set: Dominaria United.
Following up the review of all the Elves in Streets of New Capenna, Jamie looks at the cards in the set that can support our forest friends.
We’ve finally made it back to Kamigawa! This review focuses on how to use new cards in Elves decks across Magic: The Gathering’s many formats.