Quick Hits #1

Posted in Event Coverage on December 1, 2013

By Mike Rosenberg

Mike Rosenberg is a writer and gamer and has been part of the Magic text coverage team since 2011. He joined Wizards as organized play’s content specialist in June 2014.

Which card in Theros Sealed has changed the most in value for you since the set was released?

No. 25 Ranked Player Jon Stern — “I thought Magma Jet was a premium uncommon when the set was first released. But now, I know that it doesn't kill what you need to kill. I also initially thought Voyaging Satyr was very good, but now I think it is even better.“
Grand Prix Portland Finalist Joe Demestrio — Hopeful Eidolon. I always thought it was okay, but now I think it may be in the top 5 commons of the set for Sealed.”


Two-Time Grand Prix Champion Seth Manfield — “Probably Sedge Scorpion.”
No. 12 Ranked Player Owen Turtenwald — Dragon's Mantle. I thought it was medium, but it's actually quite good.”


No. 12 Ranked Player Alexander Hayne — Aqueous Form. At the start of a format, cards like that seem only like card disadvantage, but it turns out the format is more about building up a big guy and cards like that are key for breaking through.”
No. 3 Ranked Player Reid Duke — Opaline Unicorn. It didn't really stand out to me at first, but I think both the ramping effect and the color fixing have both impressed me.”

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