This is the place to be if you like constructed Magic: The Gathering formats. This category contains articles on Standard, Modern, Legacy, Vintage, Commander, and pretty much any other format where you pre-build decks and then play them against other pre-built decks. Read the latest competitive strategies on Magic’s most popular constructed formats.
Mythic Championship V: Twilight of the Dead
The penultimate Arena Mythic Championship was foremost a Golos affair, yet the wandering robot and its favorite Zombieland destination failed to reach the topmost place in their final Standard showcase. This ended up the privilege of the reigning, and fervent, world champion.
Lots of Laughter with Legacy Leylines
One of the most important factors with any format and any strategy is enjoyability. If you don't like the deck you're playing, then what's the point? You need to have fun— and there's nothing quite so much fun as dumping your hand onto the table on turn zero!
Inner Workings: Field of Golos
The release of Throne of Eldraine impacted Standard in explosive ways. After the fairy dust settled, a tier-one deck emerged, surprisingly unhindered by the departure of Scapeshift, and stronger than ever in the new midrange metagame. Will it be obliterated by the upcoming DCI rulings?
Back in Black and Blue: Death's Shadow in Legacy
Legacy is currently a wild jungle full of Modern Horizons cards: Wrenn and Six, Hogaaks and Arcum's Astrolabe. However, one deck might fight them all. Blue-Black Death's Shadow even works without dual lands! Rone shares his thoughts on the deck, his experience, and his sideboard guide.