FNM Hero, sitting at $0, buys an FNM with a Supreme Verdict from his binder. Can he get back in the game? Take a wild Geist.
Anthony discusses the powerful and versatile Jund archetype, which can fit many different playstyles.
Terminus sweeps the board before Entreat the Angels fills it again in a potent UW Miracles list that’s strong against the current metagame.
FNM Hero is up against the ropes with UW Humans, trying to stay alive. He needs advice from a higher intelligence. Perhaps a Dracogenius can save him from the FNM void.
Standard has had recent two-card combos (Deceiver Exarch-Splinter Twin), but engine-based combos are almost extinct. Could Return to Ravnica reverse that trend?
Delver of Secrets had him feeling blue (or is it not feeling blue?), but Jack Grannan happily returned to Standard with Jace and friends.
Powerful archetypes often take time to evolve, so enjoy the rapid transformation of Standard aggro from Selesnya to Azorius to Bant.
In the sequel to FNM Hero: Rise, Medina covers his experience at SCG Cincinnati. Are we defined by our brightest moments, or the ones with blemishes? Or does it only matter how we recover?
Decks at SCG Cincinnati featured plenty of tournament staples like Olivia Voldaren and Thragtusk. But don’t overlook the fresh interactions in a new Standard format.
In the first half of a two-part series, the FNM Hero prepares for a series of Hail Mary passes: two pre-releases and SCG Cincinnati, on budget.