Podcast – Episode 113 – Magic 2020 Cube Set Review

This week, Fernando and Kevin discuss the exciting cards for cube from Magic 2020.

Path to Cube is a weekly MTG cube podcast that talks about the latest developments in cube run by your hosts, Fernando and Kevin. We play a modular cube every week which you can check out at:
www.cubetutor.com/cubeblog/83926
For more info on modular cubes, listen to Ep 051 or read the description on the cubetutor link.
For tips on starting a modular cube, listen to Ep 061.
Our website: pathtocube.com/
Our Patreon: www.patreon.com/pathtocube
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A Blizzard in June

      A quick note. This article was written just after Ep 111 and focuses on the topic of cube designer fatigue that we touched on during that episode. It was written before our latest set review Ep 113. I should have posted it earlier, but I was not entirely with the result and wanted to edit it further. However, since we have already done Ep 113, it seems difficult to edit it with the same mindset I had before our latest review and I have decided to just post it as is. Hopefully, you get something out of this article and that this latest review (Magic 2020) reflected some of the changes I talked about in this article. Ideally, it was our best review yet. End of quick note.

      Modern Horizons had snow as one of its subthemes. This is the first time since Coldsnap that snow has appeared. Naturally, many players were excited. However, this excitement poses a problem for cube designers. Not the excitement of a snow theme in cube specifically, but the excitement itself. Magic sets are designed to imbue that excitement in players. To make players want to build decks around certain themes and mechanics. To make players want to play certain cards. This effect is what creates a challenge for cube designers.

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Podcast – Episode 112 – Cube Lessons from War of the Spark

This week, Fernando and Kevin do a final overview of War of the Spark and talk about the important lessons it taught us.

Path to Cube is a weekly MTG cube podcast that talks about the latest developments in cube run by your hosts, Fernando and Kevin. We play a modular cube every week which you can check out at:
www.cubetutor.com/cubeblog/83926
For more info on modular cubes, listen to Ep 051 or read the description on the cubetutor link.
For tips on starting a modular cube, listen to Ep 061.
Our website: pathtocube.com/
Our Patreon: www.patreon.com/pathtocube
Our Discord: discord.gg/rzdgbsW

Podcast – Episode 111 – Ranking Cube Power Levels

This week, Fernando and Kevin focus in on a post made on the MTGCube subreddit that talks about ranking a cubes power level. As well as a quicker discussion on how there are many new set being released currently; perhaps too many for cube designers?

Here is the blog that a listener sent us which was mentioned on the podcast:
theawesomecube.blogspot.com/?fbclid=IwA…D5ypJp687kg
Check it out if you want to see a different opinion on new cards.

Path to Cube is a weekly MTG cube podcast that talks about the latest developments in cube run by your hosts, Fernando and Kevin. We play a modular cube every week which you can check out at:
www.cubetutor.com/cubeblog/83926
For more info on modular cubes, listen to Ep 051 or read the description on the cubetutor link.
For tips on starting a modular cube, listen to Ep 061.
Our website: pathtocube.com/
Our Patreon: www.patreon.com/pathtocube
Our Discord: discord.gg/rzdgbsW