Chaz highlights some compelling questions going into Pro Tour Magic Origins, and advises on getting prepared ahead of time and potential investments.
God of Affliction
Results from SCG Chicago are in, and a plethora of interesting new decks seem to have cropped up! Mike Lanigan looks over the ones that caught his eye.
Julian Biondillo takes a first look at the Tiny Leaders format with an old favorite, Doran the Siege Tower. Does the treefolk have what it takes to compete in the new format?
Brian DeMars looks at Theros block as it’s about to rotate and asks what cards promise long-term gains. These are the cards you’ll want to target as we move into the summer lull.
Tired of Siege Rhino in Standard? Too bad!
Ryan was not impressed with the Pantheon build of Soulflayer Chromanticore. Find out why he’s sticking to his guns!
Aggro took the latest SCG Open by storm, and Mike Lanigan is here to pore over the decks, as well as offer a glimpse at some novel Modern decks.
Adam lays out the ten decks that will define the Standard tournament metagame this week and beyond. Being prepared for these decks will be essential to your tournament success.
Derek talks about why now is the time to sell, and why waiting will cost you money.
Ryan’s committed to casting Chromanticores at SCG Regionals. Check out his preferred five-color shell!
The Standard metagame is one of the most diverse we’ve seen in a long time. Mike Lanigan pores over the seemingly infinite viable archetypes right now, highlighting some interesting ones that appeared at SCG DC.
Fate Reforged has arrived and Mike Lanigan is wasting no time getting brewing. He provides some updates to established Standard decks using the new cards and presents a few novel ideas.
Adam digs into recent tournament results to find some hidden gems that are poised to change the Standard format from its core. Don’t miss this article!