Episode 105— July 11th, 2022

Scholar of the Game

Logic Puzzle Corner
Topic Introduction
Listener Submitted Pack 1, Pick 1
Why do we consume other Magic content?
Cube-specific Content
Competitive Oriented Content
Casual Oriented Content
Honorable Mentions
Space Telescope Corner

One of the great aspects of Cube is that it is somewhat all-encompassing — anything you like about Magic, whether it’s part a Commander deck, the Legacy metagame, or a specific sideboarding strategy in Pioneer, can inform how a cube is designed. On this episode, Andy and Anthony share all of the Magic podcasts, videos, and articles that they follow and why, talking about what they value in Magic content and how it shapes their experience of the game.

They also go just a tad off topic in Telescope Corner: talking about the newly operational, monumental James Webb Space Telescope releasing it’s first scientific photos the day after this release!

Our listener submitted pack 1, pick 1 this week comes from Redbay’s Uncurated Cube, an experiment in starting a Cube from a random list, inspired by a conversation on our previous episode.

Cube content

Competitive Constructed

Commander and Casual


Stuff to Check Out

Also Discussed

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If you have a question for the show, or want us to do a pack 1, pick 1 from your cube, email us at [email protected]. Please include how you’d like to be credited, your pronouns, a link to your cube if relevant. You can also find both your hosts in the MTG Cube Talk Discord.

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Musical production by DJ James Nasty.

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