Pioneer continues to frustrate efforts to understand it. However, David E. may have the answer after examining the apparent best deck of the format.
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.
Not long ago, it seemed everyone was clamoring for cheaper Magic cards. They’re here, but everyone isn’t thrilled? This week Sig investigates this trend.
Sig’s focus at Magic 30 was talking to vendors, but he did manage to play in two side events that weekend. This week he shares brief reports of both events.
Francesco discusses the magical creatures created specifically for Magic from the Ice Age and Alliances expansions, exploring their birth and evolution.
Tony chats with Johnny, a long-time Modern enthusiast. Johnny shares his experiences with Magic and what playing the game means to him.
This week, Andrew dives into state-based actions (SBAs). What are SBAs, and what do they do in the game? How many of them are there? Andrew shares the details.
Jordan outlines ten types of articles for Magic writers and readers alike, including nostalgia dives and tech exposés, giving a window into his own process.
Boseiju will rock Modern. But what’s its dream home? Jordan’s promising new frankendeck recruits an unlikely artifact that may outmode longtime Modern staples.
As Modern crawls with red one-drops, David tries to answer the question burning in everyone’s mind: is Ragavan or DRC king among them?
Beardy shows you how to purchase piles of cards for very little money and some of the major advantages of collection buying.
This week Sig examines recent pricing trends on some of Magic’s historically most overprinted and under-powered sets: Homelands, Fallen Empires, and Chronicles. Without looking, can you guess what booster boxes of these sets sell for today? The answer may surprise you!