You won’t often seen Ryan praising non-Brainstorm decks, but he finds the Somerset Open winning list quite charming.
Vintage Masters has finally arrived and Alexander Carl is itching to get in some drafts. He enlists the help of Limited expert Simon Goertzen to evaluate the format and get a grasp on the winning strategies.
Witness the unveiling of Ryan’s pauper cube list and see if it inspires you to join in the awesomeness.
In the third episode of his mono-colored budget series, Carlos tackles green, the least budget-friendly color of them all.
Uriah of CMDRDecks has a submitted a sweet Goblins Wort deck for suggestions. Can Carlos find some ways to push the themes and make the deck go bigger?
Carlos pays tribute to a fallen friend in a Basilisk-laden Commander deck!
In the world of Dragons, everyone can hear you scream but it doesn’t matter one bit. Robert shares some Dragon chemistry around Karrthus, Tyrant of Jund, taking us from small-time ideas to a big-time deck list!
What’s resilient to hate, eats multiplayer tables alive, and locks down the game on a dime? A five-color, Child of Alara led land deck of course!
Today we’ll begin a thorough dissection of Magic’s five colors, perfect for newcomers and a refreshing review for veterans. After exploring the Color Wheel, we’ll move onto the series’ first installment. You’ll find all the Green cards you can expect to see in Legacy alongside decklists galore.
With a tale of two Commander decks, Neale shares everything that’s right and wrong in Commander!