DJ’s back with another iteration of Breaking Bulk, making sure you know which cards not to leave behind.
Mike’s here today to break down the many options you have available for when you want to sell an entire deck.
Mike breaks down the Modern-playable Masterpieces and some of the decks that excel with them!
Today Mike reviews the basic principles of Modern finance, before covering some of the new decks that have popped up of late and suggesting pick-ups.
Wizards has shown a willingness to take risks unbanning powerful cards in Modern. David asks which cards on the banned list may be the next candidate for release.
Standard and Modern alike experienced a recent shake-up, to the benefit of the prepared. Brian scours both formats for the well- and poorly-positioned cards to be aware of.
Adam describes how to make the most of the Eldrazi invasion and explains his approach to the post-ban future of Modern.
Eric got a deck tech in SCG Louisville, but that wasn’t the highlight he was looking for for his weekend. In today’s piece, he shares the lessons he learned from the event and provides the list that he would play in GP Detroit.
Mike sifts through the archetypes that battled through the Eldrazi-infested metagame to a positive finish at the Pro Tour. Could one of these decks dethrone the Eldrazi menace?
Quite the Pro Tour we’re having. Say what you want about Twin being gone, but the format seems fresh and a bevy of cards are able to now see the spotlight.
Early indicators point to a linear Modern in the post-Twin world, and Sheridan is scoping out three cards you’ll want to pick up in our updated format.
Now that Twin is gone, where will the metagame head next? Brian looks at the major archetypes set to benefit and suggests spec targets for each.
The banning of Splinter Twin has brought the Modern community to its knees. Sheridan is here to sift through the wreckage and show you what’s likely to win and lose in a post-Twin world.