The February Modern Metagame Update is here, and its data seems deeply at odds with the claims Wizards made about format win rates. What’s the real story?
Pioneer is known for extreme stability. But with ONE’s release just ahead of the RCQs, is the meta about to shift? David has the scoop on three emerging decks.
The January Modern Metagame Update is here. In this month, the top decks remain stable while the lower tiers show more innovation and experimentation.
This new Nahiri is already looking to pack way more of a punch than her predecessor, however tragic her story… although not in the deck one might expect.
New month, new Modern metagame update. While there have been shakeups within the Tiers, the last update of 2022 looks familiar… and that’s alarming.
The metagame has achieved general stability, but the paper and MTGO metagames are diverging… and Tier 1 is half the field! David E. has the data.
The October Modern Metagame Update has arrived, and the results are simultaneously surprising and expected. Yorion’s ban had some unanticipated consequences.
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.
Modern is finally settling down, but not so peacefully; as the smoke clears, a potential Tier 0 contender seems to be raising its head!
David explores the implications of April’s metagame data, fleshing out the state of Cascade Crashers, the dangers of Amulet Titan, and the likelihood of bans.
David E. unpacks Modern’s only month post-Lurrus and pre-Streets, hinting at the dominance of Murktide and Omnath while unveiling a sleeper Phyrexian hit.
We’ve had Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty in our hands for a bit now, and nothing gets weird questions flowing quite like a new set…