Modern’s top creatures have outgrown removal. Stern Scolding could change format interaction forever. See how the counterspell lines up against the competition.
Ryan was not impressed with the Pantheon build of Soulflayer Chromanticore. Find out why he’s sticking to his guns!
The easy money from Standard rotation may already be made. Many hot cards have been on a downward trajectory over the past week. This week Sigmund shares his theories around this drop and recommends a course of action to ensure you lock in your profits.
A lot of the power and consistency of Vintage comes from the availability of tutors. Scott discusses Oath of Druids and Tinker this week and discusses how the introduction of Dack Fayden has caused some reconsideration as to what the best targets are.
Dylan Beckham believes Loxodon Smiter is uniquely positioned in Modern right now. Read on for his new build of Jund sporting the elephant.
As a veteran Merfolk player, Scott Muir brings us guidance, strategy, and reasoning to effective sideboarding with the popular tribal Legacy deck.
[…] One thing I think many people underestimate is Mythic’s ability to last in a long game, which is its biggest asset against Control. Between your Planeswalkers and manlands, it’s not hard to have a significant board presence with only one or two creatures committed. The Knights, in particular, are frequently quite large, which lets you play out a single threat at a time and make the opponent answer it before committing another. […]