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?
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!
David sees real potential in Tameshi, Reality Architect, and tries breaking the Wizard for Modern in a plethora of combo and value shells.
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.
Andrew takes a step forward in his layers series, looking now to type-changing effects and popular interactions with Blood Moon, Urza’s Saga, and more.
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.
Jordan applies pillar thinking to Modern, identifying five distinct macro-archetypes to carve out a holistic picture of the format.
QS is excited to welcome Adam Cohen to the team. This week he shares his top 10 new cards introduced in 2021 and how they’ve impacted the Modern format.
David’s back with his annual Modern ban watch list. What was banned in 2021? The format now appears healthy, but what is on his radar for the future?
Is Lurrus of the Dream-Den the most broken card in Modern right now? David examines the effect this companion has on the modern metagame. Is it banworthy?
Sometimes uncommons go from bulk to a dollar. David investigates.
Paul goes over the concept of a competitive metagame, focusing on the changing landscape of Modern and how it applies to Magic finance.
It’s the first Tuesday of the month, so it’s time for the metagame update. Yes, even in the middle of spoiler season. Because, serious question, when aren’t we in spoiler season? This year’s release schedule is ridiculous; I could spend all my time just discussing cards and never run out of gas. I’ve got to draw […]