Modern is moving in a decidedly red direction. Indomitable Creativity decks are diverging between paper and online play. David E. explains how and why.
New month, new Modern metagame update. While there have been shakeups within the Tiers, the last update of 2022 looks familiar… and that’s alarming.
Modern’s metagame has been shaken up repeatedly, but that’s not obvious looking at winning decks. Modern is thus in a complicated place, as David E. explains.
The Modern metagame looks relatively stable. However, that’s deceptive. The data doesn’t show all the brewing by players trying to beat the established decks.
The metagame has achieved general stability, but the paper and MTGO metagames are diverging… and Tier 1 is half the field! David E. has the data.
The data from the first round of Regional Qualifiers is out. David E. looks into the results, analyzing whether the data reflects Pioneer’s metagame and health.
October has proven to be both a volatile and a stable month for Modern. David E looks into the reason for the contradiction and what to expect in November.
The October Modern Metagame Update has arrived, and the results are simultaneously surprising and expected. Yorion’s ban had some unanticipated consequences.
Yorion, Sky Nomad has been banned in Modern. David E. breaks down the implications of this ban, which stands to change Modern without changing the metagame.
Modern’s metagame is shifting. Some of it is predictable, but some unforeseen developments are nonetheless returning Modern to a state of heavy flux.
Though Tier 1 remains stable, the September Metagame Update reflects a shaking of the lower tiers as Modern adapts to Leyline Binding. David E. shares the data.
Adam’s back with his top decks in DMU Standard. Black has been a dominating force in week one, but there’s plenty of depth and power to go around the color pie!
Modern’s stability continues unabated. However, there are signs that, beneath the surface, change is occurring. David E. has the data to demonstrate the change.