In anticipation of Grand Prix Las Vegas, John ranks the archetypes available in Modern Masters drafting, with graveyard shenanigans topping the list.
If you’ve been struggling in your Dragon’s Maze drafts, consider that the value of many commons and uncommons have changed now that all three sets are drafted together.
John looks back on his 33rd-place finish at Grand Prix Charlotte.
Despite witnessing a lot of extortion in five Gatecrash prereleases, we didn’t have to twist Justin’s arm to get his opinion of the format.
John takes a Selesnya pool without bombs to the top of the Swiss standings before drafting an aggressive Izzet deck in the Top 8.
Crashing the gates so you don’t have to.
Justin travels to SCG Baltimore and SCG Las Vegas, learning some lessons along the way.
Building an effective Sealed pool can be a challenge, especially when Return to Ravnica enables three- or four-color decks to be a real possibility. Fresh off his Pro Tour experience, Josh has a rundown of tips to produce top results.
John Douglass regales you with the tale of his SCG Open experience, including a concept for a new cube and some Team Rochester action. This one’s all about the “side events.”
Think drafting Golgari is garbage? That the guild stinks? That you’re burying your chances? Justin says think again.