Four Underrated Sideboards for the Current Modern MetaBy HansD (2018-11-20)
Everyone knows Stony Silence and Rest in Peace, but how about the hard hitters that don't see as much play in players' sideboards? Hans has decided to highlight four cards that, despite their effectiveness against the current meta, don't see enough play in sideboards.
5 Lessons Learned from PT Guilds of RavnicaBy Toffel (2018-11-14)
Magic can be a tough game. There is a lot of uncertainty, and it's therefore hard to pinpoint the source of success or failure. Join Toffel for his journey leading up to PT Guilds of Ravnica and the events many ups and downs.
Dangerous Propositions: Punishing FireBy Kumagoro (2018-11-14)
The Modern ban list is a maximum-security prison with 33 inmates, some of which pose a potentially serious threat to the meta. But now that Big Jace is free, anything can happen. Let's review each of the offenders to see if they're eligible for parole. This time, we talk of the burn spell that won't stay away.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Pauper Staple ComparisonsBy WileCoyote (2018-11-14)
What makes a good card? What makes a bad card? This all depends on the situation. Today, I'm looking at cards that are similar in mana cost and/or effect and comparing them to find the best and the worst. I'll be using Pauper cards as their power levels are similar, but the principles used in this article should hold true for any Constructed format.
Rather Exhumed: Coming Down from the GraveBy Rone (2018-11-09)
"Graveyard matters" cards are a key element in the Modern metagame. With Dredge on the rise due to Creeping Chill, we need to re-evaluate maindeck hate and how certain strategies rely on this part of the game. In today's article, Rodrigo ranks the format's tier decks based on their graveyard dependency.
#CMAskTheJudge Episode 29 - Animated ForestBy MaximilianK (2018-11-09)
Episode 29 of Cardmarket's AskTheJudge series. Each installment in this series will include a video that poses a rules question about MTG. Watch the video, comment with your answer, and then check your work below. This week's question involves your grizzly creatures turning into a colorless land.
Inner Workings: Spirit AggroBy Kumagoro (2018-11-08)
In each installment of the Inner Workings series, we'll examine a different Modern archetype to find out what makes it tick. This time, it's the turn of a tribal deck that reached critical mass with a new, crucial addition on Core Set 2019, and it's been making strides ever since.
Momir in GRN StandardBy JohnnyCroat (2018-11-08)
Magic Arena has been Wizards' biggest win in recent years. But what a win it is. Massive playability, a programming and management team that pays attention to player feedback, and the sort of reach that Magic Online could only dream of. It also has a number of casual formats that you won't find in your local LGS… or even on the older Magic client.
GP Atlanta Tournament ReportBy JaminK (2018-11-07)
Modern is always evolving and before heading to the Pro Tour the following weekend, Jamin had one more chance to take Humans to victory. This week, he tells you all about his experience at the Atlanta Grand Prix.