Ross Meriam thinks Indomitable Creativity is underrated. David disagrees, asking whether Modern “Tinker” decks can only find success by crossing over to ramp?
Lightning Bolt has been replaced as Modern’s most-played card… by a bullet! Jordan explains why while exploring the applications of Modern’s best bullets.
New year, who this? January 2022 heralds the end of Hammer Time’s iron reign, the diversification of Omnath piles, and the rise of a nostalgic old favorite.
Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty has been fully revealed! Adam dives in and discusses which decks received the best new set of cybernetic enhancements.
Boseiju will rock Modern. But what’s its dream home? Jordan’s promising new frankendeck recruits an unlikely artifact that may outmode longtime Modern staples.
After not touching Modern in the latest B&R announcement, Aaron Forsythe took to Twitter with a trove of valuable insights. David dissects their implications.
Five members of the Quiet Speculation team got together to talk about Tuesday’s Banned & Restricted update in the first Quiet Conversations podcast.
The more things change, the more Burn stays the same. David reviews the striking anomaly of Burn’s enduring power in the context of post-MH2 Companion Modern.
Today Paul looks at the recent Pauper bans and his deck of choice for the format. He also contemplates what could be getting banned from other formats.
As Modern crawls with red one-drops, David tries to answer the question burning in everyone’s mind: is Ragavan or DRC king among them?
Jordan applies pillar thinking to Modern, identifying five distinct macro-archetypes to carve out a holistic picture of the format.
David closes the books on 2021 with a full-on year-end metagame report. Best performers? Biggest disappointments? Place your bets and see!
Adam takes a walk down memory lane and lists his top 10 honorable mentions for cards new to Modern from 2021.