The Top 8 Old School Decks from Cardmarket Series Paris
Mardu Good Stuff claims the trophy among thirteen players, defeating Four-Color Control in the finals. Let's take a closer look at these two and the rest of the decks that made it to the Top 8 at Cardmarket Series Paris in Old School — the most nostalgic and posh tournament format in the world.
Green's Noncreature Evergreens
Green is best known for huge creatures like Force of Nature or Avatar of Might. These cards shaped the perception of the color for a long time. Recently green was blessed with powerful cards like Force of Vigor, Veil of Summer, and Once Upon a Time. But green always offered more than just big creatures.
A Very Nostalgic and Special Tournament Report
Here's a tale from an event unlike any other, impressions and observations about what an Old School tournament represents, the experience of community and nostalgia, featuring all-powerful cards such as Moxen, Black Lotus, Hypnotic Specter—and Fishliver Oil!
A First-Timers Look at Old School
Trying a new format in Magic is one of the coolest experiences a player can have. From playing unknown cards to learning different mechanics, Rone looks at his experience at an Old School tournament. Let's break it down.
A Tribute to Chaos Orb: A True Icon of Magic
The card Chaos Orb is a true icon in MTG, but it's banned in every WotC format because of the dexterity required to use it. The introduction of the 93/94 and Alpha 40 formats, however, has led to a resurgence of the "flipping mania" meta.