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Dark Ascension

Fri, 15 Oct 2021
Star City Games' Cedric Phillips and Patrick Sullivan are back for their deep dive on Magic's 57th expansion — Dark Ascension! The duo share their thoughts on Undying, Fateful Hour, Double-Faced Cards, Flashback, and Morbid as mechanics, joke about their most recent adventures in sports betting, and discuss why Huntmaster of the Fells is one of the best designed cards of all time.

Innistrad

Fri, 08 Oct 2021
Star City Games' Cedric Phillips and Patrick Sullivan are back for their deep dive on Magic's 56th expansion — Innistrad! The duo share their thoughts on Double-Faced Cards, Flashback, and Morbid as mechanics, examine Cedric's recent return to being competitive in Magic, and explain why Innistrad may be the best designed set of all time.

Eventide

Fri, 24 Sep 2021
Star City Games' Cedric Phillips and Patrick Sullivan are back for their deep dive on Magic's 46th expansion — Eventide! The duo share their thoughts on Chroma, Retrace, Wither, Persist, and hybrid mana as mechanics, discuss why the cycles of this set are some of the worst of all time, and relive Cedric's most recent disastrous trip to Las Vegas.

Shadowmoor

Fri, 10 Sep 2021
Star City Games' Cedric Phillips and Patrick Sullivan are back for their deep dive on Magic's 46th expansion — Shadowmoor! The duo share their thoughts on Wither, Persist, Conspire, and hybrid mana as mechanics, try to make sense of the disaster that was the untap symbol, and revisit an all-time Pro Tour in Hollywood in 2008.

Morningtide

Fri, 03 Sep 2021
Star City Games' Cedric Phillips and Patrick Sullivan are back for their deep dive on Magic's 44th expansion — Morningtide! The duo share their thoughts on Prowl, Kinship, and Reinforce as mechanics, wax poetic about just how good Bitterblossom was back in 2008, and discuss the most recent "Good Game" controversy.

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