The tales of Grixis Shadow’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. Modern’s favorite self-flagellating deck is back… and coming for your ledgers!
Joe aka “Beardy” takes a look at the real difference between a budget card and an expensive piece of cardboard and wonders is budget such a bad thing?
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 E. runs through his hits and misses from spoiler season, exploring how Modern has shifted to accommodate the new SNC cards.
David E. talks Ledger Shredder, the unlikely bird taking just about every constructed format by storm. But is Shredder here to stay in Modern? Well… maybe.
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.
What’s old is new again! Adam dives into what makes the Grinding Breach combo so potent in Modern right now, plus a top 8 finish! Is this Splinter Twin in 2022?
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.
Sig shares three tips when considering speculation on the new OP announcement.
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.
Andrew ties up his series on layers, focusing on effects that change colors, abilities, or power and toughness. In the process, he also demystifies Dress Down!
Lightning Bolt has been replaced as Modern’s most-played card… by a bullet! Jordan explains why while exploring the applications of Modern’s best bullets.