Part 1: Splinter Twin | Part 2: Tarmo-Twin | Part 3: WUR Twin In Part 1 of this primer series, we discussed the basics of the Splinter Twin archetype in Modern and a Tempo Twin decklist from Pro Tour: Born of the Gods. In Part 2 we discussed Tarmo-Twin, a more aggressive version of Splinter Twin. […]
Part 1: Splinter Twin | Part 2: Tarmo-Twin | Part 3: WUR Twin In Part 1 of the Splinter Twin Modern Deck Primer, we discussed the basics of how these decks operate, how they want to win the game, and how they sideboard. We also looked at a sample deck list from Pro Tour: Born […]
Part 1: Splinter Twin | Part 2: Tarmo-Twin | Part 3: WUR Twin This is the first in a series of Modern Deck Primer articles that aims to cover the major archetypes of the format. These primers are written with enough simplicity that somebody new to the format can follow along, but with enough depth that […]
If you like crushing people with giant creatures, overpowered Planeswalkers and Dragons, R/G Monsters is the deck for you. Mike Schuller walks through the card choices and discusses the subtleties of this brutal deck.
Melira-Pod is a staple of the Modern format, so understanding it is crucial whether you decide to play with it or against it. Conner walks through the card choices and discusses how and when to sideboard with this complex combo deck.
I have no idea what the hell I’m doing. I’m not a Standard player. I haven’t played FNM lately. I haven’t PTQ’ed in years, and my best finish was a 7-1-1 9th place at a Star City Open some time in 2010. I made Day 2 at a Grand Prix once, during which I got crushed 0-3. So why […]
MTGO Player of the Year Paul Nemeth has a Bitterblossom Brew that’s neither Faeries nor B/x Tokens, yet can still kill an opponent out of nowhere. Could this be the new home of the recently unbanned Enchantment?