David E. shares the playtesting method that took him all the way to day two of his first Pro Tour. How can you incorporate his method into your own testing?
After winning with Domain and UR, Rob stepped outside his comfort zone to troubleshoot some of DMU’s less successful archetypes. Find out what he learned.
With Liliana of the Veil and Sheoldred in Standard, is anyone really surprised black is dominating the format? Sig looks at the resultant price trends.
Join Tony as he attends his second of two local Prereleases to play some games and share engaging stories from his fellow players.
Joe aka “Beardy” examines the kinds of fatigue players experience from too many new sets and shares tried-and-true methods for maintaining that Magic spark!
David S. continues his Penny Picks series with cheap blue cards to buy with strong upsides and minimal risk. How many of these do you have on your radar?
Francesco reveals some of the magical creatures invented specifically for the Mirrodin block, exploring their lore and tournament history.
The combo of free elementals and undying effects in RB Scam is so good it feels like we’re scamming our opponents. Adam goes over the deck and how it works.
When players build new decks, they often skip straight to playtesting. David E. explains why that’s like skipping from concept design to full product release.
This week Rob looks at how DMU has evolved over its first few weeks, exploring the power of Domain and Kicker as well as an apparent new top deck.
Join Tony as he attends the first of two local prereleases, playing a few games and sharing engaging stories from his fellow players.
Joe aka “Beardy” examines the critical timing in a Commander game when one player takes a big lead. If the table unites against you, can you still win?
Francesco leaves behind the Masques block and dives into new expansions, exploring competitive favorites Kavu and Cephalid and the less fortunate Volver.