Modern’s top creatures have outgrown removal. Stern Scolding could change format interaction forever. See how the counterspell lines up against the competition.
The Modern Metagame Update is out. Modern continues to be stable, despite efforts of rogue decks to make a mark. Some unexpected decks did well in May.
April’s Modern Metagame Update shows the top decks settling in while innovation and change rock the lower tiers. And Murktide has a surprise for us, too!
While the data is clear, the reasons behind Modern’s metagame trends remains elusive. David E. has a finger on the deck driving the changes, and how to respond.
An article from another site on the rising cost of Magic has David S. questioning “Is Magic really getting more expensive?” Join him as he runs the numbers.
The March Modern Metagame Update is ready. Modern is incredibly stable, and that is translating into highly polarized, and not ideal, data. David E. explains.
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?
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.
Over David S.’s 25+ years of playing this game, he has learned a lot of lessons. This follow-up celebrates the experiences and friendships that come with Magic.
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.
David cracks open the “egg” approach to speculation, wherein collectors identify cards that stand out and cash in on price spikes caused by later printings.
Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty has been fully revealed! Adam dives in and discusses which decks received the best new set of cybernetic enhancements.