Tyler Premier offers three different strategies designed to showcase the crown jewel of M13: Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker. Whether you like the small edges in the control deck, the ferocity of a ramp engine or the exciting anticipation of a top-decked Miracle, Tyler has a decklist for you.
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.
Anthony Lowry gave us a sneak peek at his RG Aggro deck, then piloted an updated version to a Top 16 finish at SCG DC. For many reasons, it was a memorable tournament.
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 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.
John has faith in his little green men and wants to show you why!
Jack walks us through the suite of five planeswalkers in M13, which include lots of familiar faces, and how they will affect Standard after rotation.
How bad does it feel to lose to a Bonfire of the Damned cast for its miracle cost? How good does it feel to crush somebody with fortuitous Angel tokens? It’s a perfect time to see if Avacyn Restored’s hyped Miracle mechanic created fireworks — or just fizzled.
Nina sets the stage for the upcoming impact of M13’s Rancor reprint on the Standard environment by analyzing what made it good in the past and how it will interact with prominent cards in the format. Rancor is coming.