Today Anthony goes over another Cube archetype. This time with everyone’s favorite brown out-Artifacts!
Do you realize profits or only think you do? Corbin teaches us the difference this week.
Spectators of the Legacy Challenge at SCG DC were treated to a rare sighting: the piloting of a deck last seen before some of the participants in the event were old enough to walk. Justin walks you through how he got his Legacy groove back this past weekend.
The SCG Open Series came back to Washington, DC this past weekend. Along with it came huge numbers of gamers looking to test their mettle in Standard and Legacy, grind the trade tables, play side events or just hang out and have fun. The result: exciting Magic.
Gen Con is known as “The Best Four Days of Gaming” but the experience can be overwhelming for even veteran Magic tournament players. Thankfully we’ve got the inside scoop on how to navigate the convention and Indianapolis.
Drama! Jealousy! Male nudity! Tune in for all that and more on Episode 5 of the Deck Tease podcast! Oestrus is back from her first PTQ and talks about the decks she dreaded playing the most, the deck she is completely jealous of, and how things ultimately turned out for her at the event. She […]
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?
Not everyone has all those pesky old cards to break out and play in Commander. Take a look at an attempt to build a strong Standard legal Commander deck.
Heather reports on speculation and debate about what my be our first card and mechanic spoiled for Return to Ravnica. And no one likes to speculate and debate more than a Magic player!
Whether you’re looking for a deck for FNM, looking for the newest decks to beat at your next FNM or just catching up on good old fashioned competitive Magic, Heather has captured what captured Twitter’s attention this past weekend at the SCG Open Series in New York.