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You might expect that an announcement from SCG about beginning to run premier Modern events would shake up prices–but it hasn’t. Corbin explains why.
Dylan Beckham picks another five cards he is watching like a hawk–each relevant to Modern in some way, and each with the potential for a price correction.
We all remember the Modern Event Deck fondly. At least, we remember anticipating it fondly. Even once we found out it was going to be Black/White Tokens, we were all very excited that surely there would be some Marsh Flats or Bitterblossom. We all know how that turned out (disappointingly). But that doesn’t mean the […]
Danny Brown looks back at the history of proven Standard staples that transitioned to Modern, and discusses cards from the current block in the same vein.
After over a year of speculation, Star City Games has finally announced support for the Modern format. This week Sigmund assesses what this means for your portfolios, and how Standard, Modern and Legacy may (or may not) be impacted.
Dylan Beckham continues his discussion of the Modern format as it evolves in season, covering metagame changes and the financial implications.
Corbin Hosler examines the surprising decline of Modern staples as we move in season. This certainly doesn’t spell the end of Modern’s heyday, but it does merit a careful response.
Standard rotation has a strong effect on MTGO prices. Sylvain graphs out past trends and explains how this period of the year affects Standard speculations, particularly with cards from older sets.
Fetch Land reprints: it’s a matter of “when”, not “if”. Wizards has given us many teasers regarding what reprints we should expect, but nothing definitive. In fact, Sigmund has discovered yet another possibility while researching the presently available data.
Adam continues his journey through the history of transformational sideboards. Today’s article features two landmark aggressive decks. Learn how to leverage the past for success in the future.
As we enter the Modern season, the meta has already begun to take shape. He looks at some early indicators of the format and discusses what’s financially relevant.
Mike Lanigan breaks down the Modern Event Deck, discussing what’s financially relevant and the modifications that will be required to make it playable in Modern tournaments.