PROTRADER: Modern History Set Rev—BOO! Innistrad Spooktacular

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Reader beware, you’re in for a sca-

Oops… I’m sorry. Our lawyers are telling me I can’t actually open with that. I guess the people who ran school book fairs twenty years ago are pretty litigious?

You are traveling through another dimensi-

…Wait, really? FINE.

Into every generation a Slayer is bo-

Wow, that too, huh? Dang. Oh well, today we are jumping ahead (and simultaneously backwards!) in time to the Innistrad set review. Because it’s Halloween. Well, tomorrow is. Unless you’re reading this on Saturday. Or in Japan. I’m not sure how well this gimmick is playing, so let’s fast forward to the actual article.

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3 thoughts on “PROTRADER: Modern History Set Rev—BOO! Innistrad Spooktacular”

  1. Got to be honest, i love these reviews of older sets. I always like the opinion looking back, most of which i tend to agree with. Im a big EDH player so tend to scour old sets a good deal.

    Keep up the good work!

  2. This was a pretty cool article…but I didn’t really understand what was happening until I got to the end. Were you reviewing cards good for picking up now? Were you doing a post-mortem on the set? Was this related to the Shadows of Innistrad spoiler?

    In other words, the article was great, next time please do a little better explaining what we are about to dive into. Thanks!

    1. Sorry about that- I’ve done a couple of different sets in this “series”, but they are typically a few weeks apart, and I haven’t really spelled out the format since the first one (Fifth Dawn). I’ll work on some sort of unifying lead-in to lead off the rest of them with. Thanks for the feedback, and I’ll definitely apply it to future installments.

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