Mulliganing correctly is one of the most important and difficult skills in Magic. Here, Chase attempts to improve our game by explaining modern mulligan theory and how card quality relates to the fundamental turn.
In the first part of his exhaustive overview of the standard format, Anthony Lowry goes over the role players at converted mana cost one. Read on to get his analysis of the current format, as well as predictions for things to come!
GP: Indy Legacy lineup was legendary. Heather Meek brings you Twitter’s reaction!
Are you interested in spikey blue decks? What about Legacy? These are a few of John Sava’s favorite things, and his report details the inner workings of Athens Blue, the premier Legacy MUC deck. Read on to learn more about this powerful, consistent archetype!
Do you have a tournament coming up with only a few days to prepare? Chase Keaten is here to give you tips on how to make the event profitable with minimal testing.
The Twitterverse discusses ways to ‘pimp’ out your Commander deck. Is this your style?
Peter is back with another report, improving upon his previous top eight with a steller top nine finish! That’s not an improvement? Oh well, his report is still sweet, and he has a new and improved sideboard. Better, faster, stronger. Read on for all the tasty details!
Jonathan Medina, JR Wade, Mark Sun and Caleb Durward get together to talk about the Legacy Metagame in preparation for the upcoming GP in Indy.
Heather Meek brings you Twitter’s reaction to GP: Seattle
You may have heard of the term “flavor draft.” This concept, popularized by Luis-Scott Vargas and friends, involves modifying the rules of a draft based on flavor concerns. A classic example: should a One-Eyed Scarecrow be allowed to equip a Blazing Torch? Or, with Dark Ascension: how would a Headless Skaab wear an Executioner’s Hood? […]