Monday, February 27
Modern is Here
I've been doing deck techs the past few weeks and wanted to take this week to break down the format itself a bit. If you're on the fence about playing Frontier or are worried about its longevity, this article is for you.
PucaTrade’s Future Site has some fantastic new features, and everyone has their favorites. For you, maybe it’s MTGO trading, support for non-English languages, crippling bugs, or maybe Derpy Horse being quietly put out to pasture. However, for a hideous n
First and foremost, the deck I chose to play for GP Pittsburgh was Black–Green Constrictor aggro due to its ability to answer the attrition and speed of the Mardu Vehicles deck, while also providing a solid gameplan against the rest of the field.
Legacy is an Eternal format, meaning that every set in the game is legal (with the obvious exceptions of Unglued and Unhinged) to use in deck construction. Because of this, Legacy’s card pool is so deep that there are many powerful interactions that have
It’s Reza again and today I’ll be writing a short Primer for the two Modern Grand Prix’s coming up in Vancouver and Brisbane this weekend. In this article, I’ll briefly sum up the recent Modern metagame and I’ll take a closer look at the last GP winner´s...
Last week I touched on a few different control shells, so this week I thought I'd shine some light on the most aggressive deck in the format—Atarka Red—and some ways that I have been working to make it even better.
Grand Prix’s. These gigantic tournaments used to really intimidate me. When I started playing Magic, I never thought I would be someone who travels for Magic or played in big competitive events, but now these opportunities have actually become the pinnacl
Today I will be exploring a sealed variant called “Duplicant” that challenges several players to open a single sealed pool of 6 booster packs and see who can build the best deck. When I first heard about this variant I was initially concerned about having