This week Ryan follows up his previous article discussing Legacy Burn on MTGO with another Legacy list that has an edge against the most popular decks in the virtual field.
David Schumann reviews the new cards in M15 for Eternal playability. Which cards may make an impact in Legacy and/or Modern?
David Schumann breaks down the Legacy metagame from 2014 so far, outlining which decks performed best and explaining their fundamental strategies.
Legacy and Vintage have the highest return on investment on MTGO right now, and Ryan proposes a wallet friendly Burn list for you to put some virtual sleeves on and win some packs with.
With a few M15 spoilers out, Ryan takes an early survey of the post-RtR Standard environment and highlights some exciting options for the future.
Today we got one of the few eternal playable cards from M15: Hushwing Gryff
Mountains were on top of the mountain in both tournaments in Las Vegas, Nevada, last weekend at #SCGVEGAS.
After 16 rounds of competition plus an insanely stacked top 8, Tom ‘The Boss’ Ross has won the second StarCityGames.com Invitational tournament of 2014 that took place in Columbus, Ohio, this past weekend.
Ryan competed in this past weekend’s SCG tournaments. On a last minute whim and revelation, he decided to run Izzet in the Legacy Open. Check out his deck list and recommendations for improvement.
After over a year of speculation, Star City Games has finally announced support for the Modern format. This week Sigmund assesses what this means for your portfolios, and how Standard, Modern and Legacy may (or may not) be impacted.
Vintage Masters Daily Events, Premier Events, and Championship Events are coming to Magic Online, including Vintage Masters packs for daily Legacy events.
David Schumann shifts it up today with a Legacy tournament report. Read on for his account of piloting Miracles in a SCG IQ.
Reuben covers the results of this past weekends’s Star City Games Open and offers a few observations for how to approach both your format of choice.