This week, Rob bids farewell to another great format the only way he knows how: by making up a bunch of meaningless awards, lists and power rankings.
When should we block? It’s one of the earliest and most common questions we have to answer in a game of Magic. This week, Rob helps you make the decision.
Avoid archetypes; find the glue! Rob discovers the goodstuff holding together BRO Draft’s strongest decks in comparing the format to DMU Limited.
You haven’t solved BRO Limited if you haven’t unlocked the power of Citanul Stalwart. This week Rob discusses how to get the most out of this potent one-drop.
While BRO Limited isn’t the prince format many feared, it certainly has some powerful cards. This week, Rob counts down the top ten bombs in The Brothers’ War.
Rob has turned his back on one of Limited’s oldest accepted truths. This week he discusses why you should be playing sixteen lands (or less) in BRO Limited.
This week, Rob looks at some recent surprising successes before analyzing what we can learn from these decks about the evolving nature of the format.
We welcome Rob to his new Friday time slot! This week he looks at the impact of two common one-drops, and discusses why they’re so high in his pick order.
This week Rob reflects on blue’s struggles in BRO and analyzes trophy-winning decks to find out how winning players are getting the most out of blue in draft.
This week, Rob looks at the power of unearth in The Brothers’ War and discusses why these cards are amongst the most powerful commons in the format.
After carefully studying footage of the Early Access event and analyzing successes at prerelease weekend, Rob makes his first observations on the new format.
This week Rob previews The Brothers’ War, providing analysis and predictions. Prepare for your prerelease and get a jump on the format with this week’s article.
Negate is in many draft formats, yet it is never a premium card. This week Rob analyzes the overlooked counterspell, providing guidance on when to use it.