Joe Mauri aka “Beardy” discusses the polarizing deck archetype Stax and pros and cons of bringing full Stax, or just some elements of it to your table.
Paul looks at the history of Organized Play, from the first Pro Tour to the present. What’s changed in the last 25+ years, and what’s in store for the future?
Joe AKA Beardy takes a look at the current Commander ban list and the rationale for determining bannings. Is there anything that is safe to unban?
Ross Meriam thinks Indomitable Creativity is underrated. David disagrees, asking whether Modern “Tinker” decks can only find success by crossing over to ramp?
New set, new great expectations. David bursts the bubble by explaining why the latest incoming BROKEN SET isn’t necessarily all it seems, channelands included!
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.
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.
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?
David’s back with his annual Modern ban watch list. What was banned in 2021? The format now appears healthy, but what is on his radar for the future?
Modern changed significantly in 2021. David looks at the state of the format with his eyes on what might be in store for Modern in 2022.
Banning problem cards helps build healthy metagames. For this, Modern is no exception. Today David examines a different approach: unbanning.
Paul was disappointed by the details of Innistrad: Double Feature. Questions about the product led to deeper questions about the state of Magic in general.
Sig’s interest in Magic bottomed in 2021. This week he shares personal stories about leaving the game and returning in the past. Will this time be different?