Dragon’s Maze completes the three-part multicolor block that has really strengthened the guilds in Cube. What cards stand out most?
On this episode of The Deck Tease, Erin breaks bread with Adam Styborski, Content Manager and Editor in Chief of GatheringMagic.
The first time’s a charm for Andrew Shrout, who made the Top 8 at his first Pro Tour. The #TeamLegit member played a UWR Control deck at the Block tournament.
Scott plays one of Standard’s most popular decks, but keeps past format darling Boros Reckoner on the sideline.
Whatever your reaction to Jund is, it’s still an incredibly strong option to play at TCG Player States this weekend.
If you’re watching Pro Tour coverage this weekend in part for financial speculation, always keep the big picture in mind.
After casting Ral Zarek at SCG Somerset, Rudy looks at how RUG fits in post-Dragon’s Maze Standard.
Some familiar (Melira) and unfamiliar (Lightning … Angel?) faces made their Modern presence felt at Grand Prix Portland.
It wasn’t his first (or second, or third) choice, but John sleeved up an aggressive Gruul deck to take down an SCG Invitational qualifier.
Legit MTG community manager Heather Meek interviews the creator of Sign in Blood Spell Books, which is bringing some style to Magic events.