Ryan evolves the SCG-winning Esper list from this past weekend in Philadelphia, now complete with 100% more Augur of Bolas.
Magic may be one of the best games ever made, but others are out there. Mike Lanigan talks about exploring some of them at the Origins Game Fair last weekend.
Ryan evolved his UWR Control list from last week, drawing inspiration from the winner of SCG Dallas this past Saturday.
Thragtusk is yet again dominating Standard. Mike Lanigan attempts to solve the format with a series of decks well-positioned against the card.
Mike Lanigan brews up a Varolz Jund deck that aims to take advantage of the new legendary scavenger. With cards like Vexing Devil and Diregraf Ghoul, it doesn’t take much to make him a monster.
Ryan weighs in on the first wave of Dragon’s Maze spoilers, hypothesizing homes these new cards could potentially find.
Ryan provides updates to his Domri Naya deck to reflect what he’s learned from playtesting for upcoming Standard PTQ’s.
Mike Lanigan surveys the recent field of tier-one Standard decks and suggests Gruul Midrange as a possible contender.
Ryan recounts his trip to the SCG Open weekend in Kansas City, breaking down his performance with the Standard Naya deck he built and played. Read on to see his analysis of the shape Standard is taking as the season’s first PTQ’s go in the books.
Ryan has jumped on the slowly-growing Domri Rade bandwagon, and offers up several Naya lists for your consideration as the Standard PTQ season gets under way.
Jason Alt guides us through his usual whirlwind of dry observations, impassioned opinions and old-fashioned reporting. Read on to hear about this week in Magic.
Jason Alt examines the recent hullabaloo over price jumps and surveys the world of GPs and SCG Opens for innovative decklists.
Mike took Standard Zoo out for a spin at SCG Cincinnati, incorporating the by-now ubiquitous Boros Reckoner. Read on for his tournament report.