Affinity took down the Modern GP this weekend, and spewing artifacts onto the battlefield also is a cheap way to forge a Legacy deck.
Episode three of the Deck Tease contains a little bit of everything. Oestrus starts off by talking about her experience playing in a Two-Headed Giant event and what she feels went wrong with her team. She then talks about the similarities between this format and doing Arenas (specifically 2v2) in World of Warcraft and what […]
American and Canadian card slingers poured in to the city of Columbus this weekend to test their Modern skills at the Grand Prix. With a wide swath of viable decks in Modern, it was anyone’s guess as to which strategy would come out victorious. Well represented decks included Merfolk, Delver variations, Trap, Hive Mind, Polymorph […]
Take advantage of the wait before M13 hits Magic Online to try out Pauper, the commons-only format with a robust metagame. Monowhite aggro is a great place to start because of its low curve and robust removal.
Corbin has already told us how to maximize our profits when we are selling, but this week takes a step back to tell us how to maximize our enjoyment with advice on what to NOT sell.
Does the phrase "GP Columbus" cause a stress reaction? If you're getting geared up for Modern and considering what to play, Joseph Scalise has a primer on his favorite deck: RUG Tempo.
An entertainingly diverse host of decks made it pretty deep into the SCG Open Series stop in St. Louis. Heather gathers another 20 Tweets like a (mob) boss.
The second episode of the Deck Tease is all about Oestrus‘ weekend taking part in the Magic 2013 pre-release events. She gives a brief description or summary of what the Limited format entails, what she does and does not like about it, and how she performed, overall. She also muses about a particularly awkward encounter […]
Anthony Avitollo combs through M13 to bring you the most interesting cards to consider for upgrading or even sidegrading your Cube.
Opened a new legendary creatures during your M13 release? Tom Lloyd walks through flavorful Commander decks (yes, Primal Surge!) based on all five Generals.