Decknology explores two overlooked cards with something for Spike — a Grixis control build using Chandra, the Firebrand — and something for Johnny and Timmy — a GW aggro list built around Descendants’ Path.
The FNM Hero is back. In addition to playing some FNM, he also discusses the current success and future direction of the series.
Friday Night Magic is the perfect time to experiment, and this week’s Decknology shows how to use Trading Post and Restoration Angel in interesting packages.
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This week’s Decknology is for everybody who wants to use all those P1P1 Vampire Nighthawks from their M13 drafts. Yep, a flier with lifelink and deathtouch is good.
FNM Hero tackles Game Day. Did he emerge unscathed with his sleek new weapon or did the dark side consume him and spit out a broken mess?
Delver got you down? This week’s Decknology has some options — a budget aggro deck and an M13-heavy midrange deck — to help swat away the uncomfortably-large insect at FNM.
When last we left our FNM Hero, he had succumbed to the promise of dark power: playing Delver of Secrets. Of course, one must still flip the Delver to achieve victory. Would this day be the day that everything turned up Hero?
The FNM Hero returns to his blue roots after red-green aggro leaves a bad taste in his mouth. Can the mighty Delver put up enough power to keep Medina from bottoming out, or will the new approach prove to be an aberration of insectile proportions?
The series debut of Decknology — a weekly look at FNM builds both fierce and fun — explores ways to use M13 goodies like Thragtusk and Thundermaw Hellkite.