The decks in Standard tend to break down into Thragtusk and anti-Thragtusk. Mike examines both sides to find out which is preferable.
Mike provides some examples of cards being under- and overrated in the new Standard format, before sharing a few decklists.
Mike brews up some possible shells for a sure-to-be contender in Standard’s near future, Armada Wurm.
What if you could play hundreds of the best cards in Magic and not worry about mana? Isn’t it cool to think about drawing off the top of a giant deck and playing what comes up?
The Danger Room is a new way to play Magic. It uses a shared box of cards, meaning that you can play it with everyone, and it is very simple to learn.
Mike examines an old favorite scheduled to return to Standard for the first time in more than a decade. Will Rancor live up to its reputation? Read on to find out.
Mark reviews the full spoiler of M13 and analyzes its impact on Standard. What cards will we no longer have after rotation? And what their replacements, if any?
Birthing Pod has been putting up some impressive results of late. Mike explains why this strategy has been successful and walks us through a build of his own.
Mike takes a break from his usual constructed brewing and walks us through his X-2 sealed pool at Grand Prix Nashville.
Mike examines the various Standard decks that aim to power out early praetors and titans. Read on to make sure you’re prepared for a turn three Elesh Norn at your next tournament.
Mike brews and successfully pilots a Thalia centered Naya build. Read up on his card choices and why he sees Thalia as positioned well in the current meta.
With the darkness or Dark Ascension closing in, now more than ever the Humans of Innistrad need a helping hand. Join Jay as he looks to beef up the Repel the Dark intro deck, featuring the up and coming Mentor of the Meek.
Mike Lanigan runs over updates to his Green-White Token deck and makes an argument for attending a large tournament sometime this year.