Modern’s stability continues unabated. However, there are signs that, beneath the surface, change is occurring. David E. has the data to demonstrate the change.
It’s a new month, and that means a new Modern Metagame update. Modern continues to be in a complicated place as David E. explains.
Following up on the data article, David looks to answer how and why Modern has stabilized and what, if anything, is likely to rock the boat.
David’s June metagame update for the Modern format indicates… stability? How could this be!? Read on to get the full scoop on Omnath and others.
Tony chats with Johnny, a long-time Modern enthusiast. Johnny shares his experiences with Magic and what playing the game means to him.
The tales of Grixis Shadow’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. Modern’s favorite self-flagellating deck is back… and coming for your ledgers!
David E. unpacks the latest metagame report, suggesting UR Murktide may be on borrowed time and pegging a few older Modern strategies as ripe for speculation.
David taps his street smarts for the low and dirty on New Capenna, dishing on badly-named mana fixers, DnT heroes, and one-mana artifacts that go infinite.
David explains the latest Modern metagame update: what do the numbers mean for tournament prep and budgeting? And which card offers players its own market game?
David breaks down the first Modern metagame since the Lurrus ban, revealing some expected churn as the format gets used to UR Murktide’s increased shares.
David serves his first tournament report in a bit, describing a crash-and-burn with Burn brought to us by a common Modern occurrence he dubs The Fringe Effect.
Jordan outlines ten types of articles for Magic writers and readers alike, including nostalgia dives and tech exposés, giving a window into his own process.
Ding Dong, the Cat is gone—and with it, nagging pressure to conform to companion Modern. David dissects post-ban shakeups and foresees the format’s future.