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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 combination of Bazaar of Baghdad and Survival of the Fittest with the raw power of Hollow Ones and Vengevines has given birth to a new aggro deck that may be funny to play but is very consistent.
Magic can be a daunting game when you’re just starting out. Luckily, Jamin is here to help you start your journey into the greatest card game ever made. Today it’s all about the different resources in a game of Magic.
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Most archetypes in Vintage Magic have defining cards which have not changed over the years. MUD, however, has changed entirely, yet it remains as one of the decks to beat. Why is that so and how can this deck be beaten?
Dracarys! Despite their typical casting cost being midrange and beyond, Dragons always find a way to show up in decks of all kinds. Their current situation across the formats is not too shabby, and not just in red-based builds. Here’s a selection of the flying terrors all the cool kids are playing.
There is a general consensus floating around that players should concede "unwinnable" games in order to save precious time. This article covers the benefits of playing "unwinnable" games out and how I've won a game with a mulligan to one card while my opponent had a full grip.