The lack of non-green devotion decks in Pioneer has always perplexed David E. His experience with Mono-Black Devotion has finally revealed the answer.
Joe aka “Beardy” takes a look at some under-appreciated cards for Commander. Does your deck have the right amount of removal and flexibility?
There’s a new combo deck in Modern. David E. thinks it’s good enough to carve out a niche for itself, presenting solid opportunities for tournament spikers.
Joe aka “Beardy” takes a look at the process of optimizing decks and asks, “are players missing the point?” Can too much optimization actually cost you games?
In the final part of his summer testing series, David’s playing aspiringspike’s Shreddervine list, and a new take on his favorite archetype, Mono-Blue tempo!
David E. continues his series on fringe Modern decks, getting in some reps with Wishshift and Showdown of the Skalds. Do they have what it takes?
This month David is digging into the data and highlighting fringe decks that appear. This week he looks at a new take on the Glimpse of Tomorrow deck.
Joe aka “Beardy” takes a look at the real difference between a budget card and an expensive piece of cardboard and wonders is budget such a bad thing?
David E. talks Ledger Shredder, the unlikely bird taking just about every constructed format by storm. But is Shredder here to stay in Modern? Well… maybe.
David E. notices a troubling trend among Omnath decks: they’re warping and converging further. The common thread? Risen Reef is better than everything!
Joe aka “Beardy” discusses Commander combat and what happens when the best blockers in Magic collide with strong attackers.
David E. goes deep on a couple new Modern decks before Streets drops, weighing the pros and cons of Tameshi combo and Cabal Coffers-powered Mono Black Control.
Joe AKA “Beardy” talks about the wild benefits of playing with other people’s cards instead of your own. How many accomplices does a good Xanathar deck need?