The Top 100 Magic: The Gathering Cards of All Time (#70-61)

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Magic, we brought together the hivemind of ChannelFireball Pros, content contributors, and more to create the ultimate list: The 100 greatest Magic cards of all time.
In this episode, Mashi is joined by three PT Champions Tom Martell, Gerry Thompson, and Brian Kibler in Las Vegas, NV to break down and debate the next 10 slots on the list.
Tune in next week for #60-51, with new guests!


Rasmus Søgaard says:

Ponder and Preordain should be way higher. They define Legacy and Vintage and are banned in Modern for a reason.

jacob blackman says:

Memory jar is meh on this list I think it’s more nostalgic

Kurtis Kapahala says:

I’m going to guess Mind’s Desire Thoughtseize and LIbrary Of Alexandria are on the next 60-51.

Troy Moore says:

Its kinda weird hearing Kibler talk about Magic with other magic pros now. I’ve gotten so used to him playing hearthstone.

Jordan Storey says:

That was a great reaction the guys had to Kibler’s humble brags. Gerry’s face was priceless.

Knowledgeabletyrant says:

I still think wheel is better than all of these cards

SmaugUKA says:

On this next episode of, “Are these cards better than Wheel of Fortune?” we still see that this running joke works.

Kyle .Lapointe says:

La Dispute wutwut

psynque says:

Shit list.

Red Rum says:

Osyp once said he could win a PT with a ham sandwich as his deck. But Martell is the only ham sandwhich that won a PT

Messi #Goat Milan says:

Okey Channelfireball`s list is terrible

Robert Stein says:

Insert Obligatory Kibler is a hearthstone player joke here

Slurms Mackenzie says:

This series has been way, way more fun than it had any right to be. It’s been great seeing Kibler do a bit of magic content for the first time in a while.

cpfluffington says:

How can you claim that ponder and preordain are both worse than primeval titan?

ChannelFireball says:

Fun post from the Facebook premiere thread from Nick Imholte:

“40 cards in, and blue (12) and Colorless (10) continue to lead the way. Green snuck up past black (6 to 5) for 3rd place. White got just its second card in the list. Compare than to blue which had 5…in the first 10 cards!

By type, sorceries continue to lead the way at 13, with Artifacts and Creatures tied at 8.

Average CMC for non-lands is 2.24. Memory Jar and Prime-Time are the two most expensive cards on the list so far. The most common CMC is 1 with 13 representatives. (5 in this set alone!)”

Bernd B says:

Agree with the guys. Counterspell for Modern would be fine.

Chad de Jong says:

I sort of really think they should at least talk about each card on the list… they skipped Memory Jar and Mystical Tutor…

Mars Goad says:

still no reid and some more weird card choices :/

PoodlestarGenerica says:

Birds should be somewhere in the top 25. It’s ubiquitous in magics history, and still playable today. That’s a ridiculous placement

smiler0charon says:

please change the music.

IGN DarqEspada says:

I’m a bad mtg fan because I get disappointed when there’s no Reid :/

dockdock 3000 says:

Honorable mention: Gerrys La Dispute shirt

TheAcidBrn says:

The power of Ponder is definitely better than Preordain, but in a deck without shuffle effects I might want Preordain for dig purposes. Seeing that 3rd card down (with the possibility to shuffle) is game-defining. Can’t complain. Love ‘em both.

Paul M says:

BMK is a national treasure. He’s the only person in the world who can pull off the humble brags with that style. “My other PT winning deck….” Martell’s head almost exploded haha.

Cornball78 says:

No discussion about Memory Jar? I’m sure Randy Buehler could have said a few choice words about the broken Jar…

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