March of the Machine is now available on Cardsphere!
Greg from Shipping Shield is under the glaring spotlight to discuss his innovative solution to replace the plastic toploader.
Like so many Cardsphere users and Magic players, Brian Allen went without power this month, and gained an appreciation for Magic: Arena.
AlbyMTG reviews the recent bannings and rule change by looking at the decks that most win or lose from the changes.
Elizabeth Rice shares her opinions on Premium Magic products, and how the community receives them. What do you think?
Guillaume Robert anticipates the impact of Monday's errata and bannings across Standard, Pioneer and Modern. Are you ready for your new meta?
Ted reviews Cardsphere's third year, sharing some data as always, and ruminates on challenges faced and plans for the future.
Efren and Ted invite Guillaume Robert and JD McKeehan to join them in naming their favorite cards in Ikoria.
Ted shares information on the impact of Covid-19 on the Cardsphere community.
Elizabeth Rice shares thoughts about WotC's new creator program, breaking down its strengths and weaknesses, and her hopes for the program's future.
Ted asked the Cardsphere community to share their stories. Here they are.
Change is coming to the Judge program. How welcome will it be? Paupertastic stops by to provide some history and an update on where we're going.
Jon Dunning gives us the long and convoluted history of the Magic movie. But he cheers up at the end, because cartoons.
As usual, we celebrate our anniversary by putting out a ton of data for people to pore through. This time, it's Efren's turn.
Ted describes the latest feature available to Premium subscribers: Private Trade Mode.
Ted's got the backstage pass for all you Rix Maadi Revelers out here. Please use the receptacles by the door to extinguish your skulls.
Cardsphere's got a new year, a new draft simulator, a new million dollars in cards sent, and big plans for 2019.
Ted returns to provide all the current Cardsphere news: Holiday timelines, Cardsphere's draft simulator, and the community being fantastic!
Monthly update for October covering changes to the Cardsphere team, development updates, GP Montreal, and much more.
Ted talks about some changes to Trading Posts, recent and upcoming development, and community news.
Welcoming Cliff Daigle as our new finance writer. Cliff starts things off with a bang by discussing a hot topic: counterfeiting Magic cards.
Kris Beverly gives us a look at the most useful combo deck ever: the one that pays for your beers.
MrLuBuFu tales a look at some complaints about coverage. Is there any basis for the upset?
Darin takes us through some thoughts about the Dominaria leak. Is Magic dead? Or is this something new for the hardcore to fuss over?
Cardsphere is happy to announce a new money-back guarrantee for new users.