How much of Modern’s “diversity” is really just the same strategies masquerading as different decks? David E. asks whether the numbers really do lie.
Players are trying, but the metagame has proven resistant to challenge. With change unlikely, is Wizards intentionally deceiving Modern players?
The February Modern Metagame Update is here, and its data seems deeply at odds with the claims Wizards made about format win rates. What’s the real story?
The Pioneer metagame isn’t changing post-Pro Tour. David E. believes that physics has the answer to why players seem unwilling to innovate or change decks.
Attention, insiders! Modern is entering a new period of churn. All Will Be One may even lead to bannings. David E. shows you how to get ahead of the risk.
The January Modern Metagame Update is here. In this month, the top decks remain stable while the lower tiers show more innovation and experimentation.
Jeskai Underworld Breach spent January evolving from a hybrid aggro-combo deck into a value-tempo sleeper. David E.’s got the three best cards to hate it out.
Glory to Phyrexia! The Mother of Machines has graced us with an array of powerful cards to dominate the Modern format. Here are Adam’s Top 10 picks for Modern.
Poison is back in Phyrexia: All Will Be One! This week Sig dives into the history of this ability and highlights past cards that are worth having on your radar.
With most of the flagship cards already spoiled, role players begin to emerge. Decks need support cards to function, and One offers all formats potent ones.
This new Nahiri is already looking to pack way more of a punch than her predecessor, however tragic her story… although not in the deck one might expect.
Adam’s back with a Modern tournament report fresh from SCGCON NJ. Read on to see just how Indomitable his Creativity was this weekend!
There’s been a leak of rares from Phyrexia: All Will Be One. One of those rares looks to completely rewrite the rules of Modern, as David E. explains.