Nintendo Switch…SpartanNerd Unboxing and Review

I saved for months.  That’s something!  I never save money.  Last time I saved money, it was 50 dollars, that I used to purchase new cards for MTG Standard…I matched those funds from my regular account. This time, I saved the $300.  Too bad.  I couldn’t even find one for sale! So I kept saving. … Continue reading

Nicol Bolas, the Deceiver Planeswalker Pack…SpartanNerd Unboxing and Review

Here it is.  A week early!  (I bought it at the pre-release, and the SpartanKid also won a copy!)  So we now have two… For this unboxing and review…in the interest of saving what little WordPress space I have left, I will just get down to it. You get the new foil card “Nicol Bolas, … Continue reading

Archenemy: Nicol Bolas. SpartanNerd Unboxing and Review

Long time no blog.  Sorry, Hub City Geeks. But I’m back with a treat!  As you can see, for Father’s Day I got the Archenemy Nicol Bolas set!  And I am unboxing it for you today! The top image is the front of the box.  Nice artwork.  And you know you are getting something nice! … Continue reading

The SpartanNerd’s collection of Liliana cards…Commentary on Amonkhet Liliana(s)

    (nicknames for Liliana….. Liliana Vess- (Why would you give this a nickname?) Duel-iana (Alternate art Liliana Vess vs Garruk) Pricey-ana (Liliana of the Veil) Swamp-iana (Liliana of the Dark Realms) Flip-iana (Liliana, Heretical Healer//Liliana, Defiant Necromancer) Hope-iana (Liliana, the Last Hope) Zombie-ana (Liliana, Death’s Majesty) Slow-iana (Liliana, Death Wielder)     So with … Continue reading

Amonkhet Pre-Release…SpartanNerd Experience

I was on the fence about playing in the pre-release this time.  My nerd closet is busting out, and I’m feeling a little overwhelmed with my stuff.  But after previewing the goodness of the Egypt themed Amonkhet, I couldn’t hardly wait to play.  So here is a review of my experience! At midnight on April … Continue reading

“Breed Lethality” Commander 2016…SpartanNerd Unboxing and Review

FOUR COLORS. Wow.  This was the selling point of Commander 2016.  The Wizards of the Coast put out five brand new decks, each with a four color general  And because designing four-color cards is such a difficult task, they created a new “partner” mechanic, that lets you mix and match a pair of two-color commanders, … Continue reading