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.
With Pro Tour Phyrexia in the books, David E. starts to wonder if he got Pioneer all wrong. Have Magic’s best managed to crack the format’s secret identity?
Griselbrand? More like Atraxa-at-home. We’ve got a new big bad reanimator threat and she’s turning every format on its head. First stop, Explorer!
Pioneer is known for extreme stability. But with ONE’s release just ahead of the RCQs, is the meta about to shift? David has the scoop on three emerging decks.
Is Mindsplice Apparatus the new Wilderness Reclamation? Adam is back with a spicy new brew with the latest additions from Phyrexia: All Will Be One!
Welcome back fleshlings. The Mother of Machines seeks an audience for her new staples in Pioneer. Adam has translated his top 10 for your viewing pleasure.
Joe aka “Beardy” shares how to sell Magic at a card show full of Pokemon collectors, reviewing prep and best-sellers. Who said Magic was on a decline?
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.
Beep beep! We’re putting pedal to the metal with RG Vehicles. We’ve got all manner of beasts crammed in our clown car and they’re ready to fight.
There’s a new Collected Company in town and it’s bringing all the angels to the yard! Kayla’s Reconstruction is the real deal and already a tournament staple!
Defining Pioneer has eluded David E. for most of the year, but applying the manabase lens reveals the format’s true identity… and that of the others.
As the year comes to a close, Adam lists his top 10 Pioneer cards from 2022 and their impact on the metagame. We’ve certainly gotten some heavy hitters!
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.