By Evan on Mar 31, 2009 in HowTo, Submission | 7 Comments
This guest post is written by Reuben Bresler. For those wishing to contribute to cubedrafting.com, contact eerwin at gmail dot com. By Reuben Bresler Hello there everyone. My name is Reuben Bresler. Some of you may have heard of me, but for those of you who haven’t let me quickly introduce myself. I have been [...]
By Evan on Mar 23, 2009 in Video | 5 Comments
Here is video taken on the 2009 Magic Cruise just before giving my cube talk. If things are fuzzy, I uploaded this baby in full 1280×720 High Definition. You can see it over here on the YouTube page (click on the HD button):
By Evan on Mar 20, 2009 in HowTo | 12 Comments
So you’ve decided you want a cube of your own. Where do you begin? What happens when you want a cube, but you don’t know where to start? This article is for you. In this article we’ll go from idea to final product in just five easy steps. Let’s go!
By Evan on Mar 17, 2009 in audio, Draft Strategy | 1 Comment
Over at MTGCast, Mr. Suitcase has just posted a very interesting podcast regarding his cube and cube drafting. Thanks for Mr. Suitcase for letting me know about it, and check it out!
By Evan on Mar 14, 2009 in Archetype Primer, Draft Strategy | 0 Comments
Overview One of the most powerful archetypes in the cube, this powerhouse is always a force to be reckoned with. Huge dorks, lots of burn, plenty of disruption and some of the best threats and answers? G/R Aggro is always dangerous stuff. Let’s delve.
By Evan on Mar 9, 2009 in Archetype Primer, Draft Strategy | 0 Comments
Overview One of my favorite draft archetypes, B/W Aggro Discard gives you the strength of small, versatile white and black creatures along with the versatility of powerful discard spells. It also lets you take advantage of a few of the most powerful multicolor spells to boot. Let’s take a look at how it works.
By Evan on Mar 5, 2009 in Archetype Primer, Draft Strategy | 3 Comments
Overview Blue/Red Counterburn is one of the most powerful strategies in the cube. With the most powerful control cards along with some of the most powerful removal and burn, this is one scary draft archetype.
By Evan on Mar 4, 2009 in Archetype Primer, Draft Strategy | 5 Comments
Overview Blue/White Control is a classic Magic archetype. It wants to control everything, it doesn’t plan on winning quickly, and it will always win the long game.
By Evan on Mar 3, 2009 in Archetype Primer, Draft Strategy | 2 Comments
Overview Reanimator is a very specialized draft strategy that allows you to take advantage of its highly narrow cards that are included in the cube for its benefit. In other words, Reanimator is one of those strategies that will probably only work for one person at the table, and when most people are too afraid [...]
By Evan on Mar 2, 2009 in Archetype Primer, Draft Strategy | 3 Comments
Overview G/W Aggro is basically your Big Dumb Creature Deck with scary, efficient monsters that have just enough evasion or abilities to impede an opponent’s ability to win.