Amonkhet and the emergency banning have put the future of the Standard metagame and market into question, but recent results tell the story of what’s to come…
There’s a lot more in the news than just Amonkhet, and Adam explains exactly what is going on.
Andy builds on an old theme in Commander, the token deck. He takes the classic strategy in some new directions, putting Trostani at the helm.
Finishing off his look at the scars block rotation, Ryan tells us what to be on the look out for with an eye toward the three C’s of Magic.
Ryan Abcede takes a look at cards you should pay attention to that are rotating out, with a particular eye towards the three C’s of Magic.
Can one devise a Commander tournament that abides by the format’s spirit of sportsmanship and social play? Andy Martin has a few ideas for possible solutions.
Andy Martin dissects another of his synergistic Commander decks. See how Lyzolda can sacrifice fodder to benefit you.
Andy walks us through one of his more powerful Commander decks, based on library manipulation and headed by Maelstrom Wanderer. If you’ve ever longed to go nuts with Call of the Wild or Proteus Staff, read on.
Andy ranks and reviews each color in Commander to determine what roles it plays well and how it can contribute to a successful deck.
What if you could play hundreds of the best cards in Magic and not worry about mana? Isn’t it cool to think about drawing off the top of a giant deck and playing what comes up?
The Danger Room is a new way to play Magic. It uses a shared box of cards, meaning that you can play it with everyone, and it is very simple to learn.
What are the staples of Commander? Andy Martin knows better than most how much card evaluation changes under Commander’s unique rules. Read on to hear his picks for top five in each color.
Andy Martin, a long-time Magic player and Commander aficionado, outlines his philosophy about deck-building Commander. If you’ve been seeking a remedy for boring, repetitive Commander decks, read on.
Carlos builds a rebel Commander deck from the ground up, headed by –who else?– Lin Sivvi. Read on to see his unique take on a classic archetype from years past.