Over the last few weeks, I have been dredging up old feelings for playing with intricate graveyard based strategies. A handful of years ago, utilizing the graveyard was one of my favorite ways to win games of Magic. Back then, the plethora of powerful tools for graveyard interaction did not exist in every metagame as […]
Adam teaches how to sideboard with ( and against ) the deck that won Grand Prix: Cincinnati and recaps last week’s You Make The Play before posting a new one. Print out this visual sideboarding guide and bring it to FNM!
Corbin returns fresh from Grand Prix Cincinnati with the newest changes to Standard and corresponding financial take-aways.
No one wants to kill a Lhurgoyf twice, but it sure sounds better than “bloodrush, boros charm, you lose”. Here are a few Standard decks that don’t care about mana symbols for once.
TL: DR; You probably just pack a lot of burn and hope for the best. There. You don’t even need to read this article now.
Danny analyzes the index values of past sets to determine a card’s likely peak value during its time in Standard.
Adam describes the Ins and Outs – literally – of Mono-Black Devotion. Print this off and bring it to Grand Prix Cincinnati if you’re going!
In all the talk of Modern, Corbin doesn’t want to forget the most popular format–Standard. He looks at cards trending up and down.
Ryan breaks down two PTQ experiences he recently had with his Standard Burn deck.
If you like crushing people with giant creatures, overpowered Planeswalkers and Dragons, R/G Monsters is the deck for you. Mike Schuller walks through the card choices and discusses the subtleties of this brutal deck.
Born of the Gods is here and it definitely brought some eyebrow raising treasures along with it. Most sets come with a mailbag full of goodies, but Born of the Gods has done us a solid favor by making our options very obvious. Almost everyone has tossed their two cents into the hat about what […]
Ryan points his spells to the dome with an update of his Standard Burn deck.