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Walking the Planes – Planeswalkers in Cube by Ben Cottee

Walking the Planes – Planeswalkers in Cube by Ben Cottee

Walking the Planes - Planeswalkers in Cube by Ben Cottee Hello Readers, I wanted to tackle the topic of planeswalkers for a long time. Now that we visit the origins of the five 'walkers in the...
All that Glitters – Gold in Cube by Ben Cottee

All that Glitters – Gold in Cube by Ben Cottee

All that Glitters - Gold in Cube by Ben Cottee Hello Readers, Gold cards in Magic are often better than same-rarity one-coloured cards with a comparable converted casting cost. This higher value is a bonus for...
A Practical Guide to Power Up a Cube by Ben Cottee

A Practical Guide to Power Up a Cube by Ben Cottee

A Practical Guide to Power Up a Cube by Ben Cottee Hi guys, I have talked about a number of different types of Cube in past weeks: from Pauper to Powered. The last draft I ran was...
Burn Baby Burn – Red in Cube by Ben Cottee

Burn Baby Burn – Red in Cube by Ben Cottee

  Hello Readers, What single card springs to mind when you think of the colour Red in Magic… Like Derren Brown I am a mind reader, is this the card you were thinking of? Lightning Bolt is...
A Guide To Building Your First Cube For Magic The Gathering – Cube For Beginners by  Tolarian Community College

A Guide To Building Your First Cube For Magic The Gathering – Cube For...

Cube For Beginners - A Guide To Building Your First Cube For Magic: The Gathering https://youtu.be/xoL9dKWcwG8 Check out the Tolarian Community College Once your know what you want to build, and have a framework, start building! Look...
How to build up a Cube playgroup – Simplifying the Cube by Ben Cottee

How to build up a Cube playgroup – Simplifying the Cube by Ben Cottee

Hello Readers, Last week I took you on a journey from Cube discovery to Cube ownership. Now we have a box of cards the likes of which will rock the socks off all of Mankind. There...
If you build it, they will come – Simplifying the Cube by Ben Cottee

If you build it, they will come – Simplifying the Cube by Ben Cottee

Hello readers, In my first article I acknowledge how difficult providing strategic content for Cube can be due to the variety of constructions and philosophies out there. This article will help anyone who wants to build...
Simplifying the Cube: The Worst Colour by Ben Cottee

Simplifying the Cube: The Worst Colour by Ben Cottee

Hello readers! I wanted to start by thanking everyone who read and especially those that commented or gave feedback on my first article. The positive response was overwhelming and the comments will help me produce...

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