Infographic – Modern Most Played Cards

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It's the fourth year in a row that the DCI has dropped the banhammer on Modern during the month of February, reshaping the format.

This year players grieved their beloved Twin and Bloom decks only to enter a world dominated by the Eldrazi. The year before saw the departure of Dig, Cruise and Birthing Pod.

Here’s a visualization of the twenty most played cards in Modern after last two banning announcements...

QS_201602_A Most played in Modern-01 QS_201602_A Most played in Modern-02

Diego Fumagalli

I have played Magic since Revised edition, a hobby that has followed me my entire life. I recently started creating infographics and using data visualization--a great game deserves a great communication tool!

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One thought on “Infographic – Modern Most Played Cards

  1. It’s interesting that the average value of the cards in the top 20 dropped. Probably has something to do with Tarmogoyf not making the list, as that accounts for the difference all by itself.

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