Streets of New Capenna Set Review: Green

In a crime filled plane like New Capenna, you’d best be ready to defend yourself in a fight. Whether it be big creatures, removal spells, or ways to strengthen your army, green has got you covered. Check out these new tools for Gladiator decks! Bouncer’s Beatdown Bouncing in Magic usually just returns a creature to…

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Alchemy: Kamigawa Set Review: White, Blue, and Black

Is there a better plane for a digital-only set? I think not! Welcome, everybody, to the Alchemy: Kamigawa set review! In this article, we’ll be covering the fastidious traditions of the Imperials, the technological advancements of the Futurists, and the seedy backdoor dealing of the Reckoners. Dragonfly Pilot This card reminds me a lot of…

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Alchemy: Kamigawa Set Review: Red, Green, and Multicolored

Are you looking to increase the Starting Intensity of your decks? Then check out these red, green, and multicolored cards for Alchemy: Kamigawa! Artillery Enthusiast This guy would probably love being thrown in a Goblin Bombardment. Gladiator has many one mana 1/1s with upside in red, so how does this creature stack against the others?…

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The Armory #7: Mono-White Midrange

Greetings, Gladiators! Are you sick of losing to Mono-White Aggro? Well, don’t worry! Now you can lose to Mono-White Midrange instead! In the Armory #7 I’ll be presenting a deck that aims to combine hate bears, evasive creatures, and protection spells to deliver constant pressure that is difficult for the opponent to disrupt. Should I…

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Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Set Review: Red

Welcome to the Red section of the NEO Set Review! Here you’ll see Dragons, Goblins, and cool new weapons to attach to your creatures. Let’s get started with the review! Atsushi, the Blazing Sky The red member of the cycle of legendary Dragons, Atsushi is an on-rate creature with two powerful forms of evasion. Very…

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Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Set Review: Green

Welcome to the Green section of the NEO Set Review! Here you’ll see enchantments and cards that care about them as well as the usual powerful creatures. Let’s get started with the review! Commune with Spirits This cantrip digs four cards deep for one mana, and since it hits both enchantments and lands it almost…

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Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Set Review: Colorless and Lands

Welcome to the Colorless and Lands section of the NEO Set Review! Here you’ll see many examples of the new Futurist Technology as well as iconic locations throughout Kamigawa. Let’s get started with the review! Boseiju, Who Endures Boseiju has endured over 1000 years since the last time we visited Kamigawa, and in Gladiator it…

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The Armory #6: Mono-Red Midrange

Greetings Gladiators! Did you know that Mono Red is not just an Aggro deck? It turns out that it can go bigger and have card advantage as well! Wait no, put away your Drakuseth, Maw of Flames, I didn’t mean that big! In the Armory #6 we’ll be playing Mono-Red Midrange, a deck that can…

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Alchemy: Innistrad Impactful Cards

Pardon the sudden radio silence, the lab explosion from that latest Alchemy experiment was quite…something, wasn’t it? We come to you now with the results of our devilish experiment, condensed down to our most fascinating scientific discoveries! Not mere hypotheses, but practiced data on impactful cards! White Captain Eberhart Now before I go into this…

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Innistrad: Crimson Vow Set Review: Red

Greetings Gladiators! Today I’m going to share with you the best red cards for Gladiator from the new set. Many of these will be format staples, so make sure to be “well-red” on the effects of these powerful cards.

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The Armory #5: Mono-Black Zombies

Greetings Gladiators! With The Armory #5 my goal is to increase your knowledge about Gladiator so your brains are more delicious to my Zombies! Or at least that’s how I convinced them to let me go free. Mono-Black Zombies is a strange mix of Midrange and Aggro, capable of fast starts but also with late…

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Gladiator Staples: Part 2

Have you ever wondered about which cards are Gladiator staples? Well, today is your lucky day!

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Innistrad: Midnight Hunt Set Review: Red

Welcome back to our Innistrad: Midnight Hunt set review! There are a lot of cards to cover in red, so let’s get started!

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Gladiator Staples: Part I

Have you ever wondered about which cards are Gladiator staples? Well, today is your lucky day!

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The Armory #4: Polymorph Tokens

Greetings Gladiators! Today’s article, the fourth in the series, will demonstrate why artifacts and creatures are overrated, and why you don’t need more than two in your entire deck.

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The Armory #3: Lorehold Control

Welcome students! In today’s class, we’ll study the history of Lorehold Control, a pet deck of your professor. The deck aims to eliminate the opponent’s board presence, accumulate card advantage, and win with big Dragons! Although the matches were played before the release of Adventures in the Forgotten Realms, the deck list has been updated with the new cards. Can Control decks exist without Islands? Let’s find out!

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The Armory #2: Mono Blue Tempo

Hello Gladiators! Welcome to my second article in The Armory! Today’s article will be about Mono-Blue Tempo, an idea submitted by FreeCats#52240. This deck aims to deploy early evasive threats and protect them with counterspells. It also has many ways to gain card advantage while maintaining pressure on the opponent’s life total. How many flying creatures does it take to be lethal? Let’s find out!

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Set Review: White

Welcome to the white part of our Gladiator Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set review! Let’s get to it!

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Set Review: Red

Welcome to the red segment of our Gladiator Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set review! Let’s get to it!

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The Armory #1: Pirate Tribal

Pirate tribal, an idea submitted by Fungustober#71587. These fearsome warriors of the high seas aim to quickly take down their opponents with evasive bodies and efficient removal. The deck also contains a minor artifact sub-theme and tribal synergies. Will the Pirates seize the treasures they desire or meet their fate at the bottom of the stormy sea? Let’s find out!

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