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.

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Show Your Colors Part 1 - Picking a Mono-Colored Commander

By RJGiel (2019-02-18)

In this series, I'd like to talk about picking a commander based on its colors. In this article, we will start by looking at the mono-colored options and the challenges that will come with building one.


Jamin's Top Tips for Becoming a Better Magic Player

By JaminK (2019-02-18)

Improving at Magic is one of the most important things if you want to play this game competitively. Jamin takes a look at how honesty can help you make better decisions and explains why it’s impossible for Magic ever to be easy.

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Five Reasons to Play Tron In Modern

By ChristopherB (2019-02-07)

Tron is one of the most polarizing decks in Modern. Player either love (and play) this deck or hate it. But is Tron well positioned in the meta right now? I believe so and I will tell you why 1+1+1=7 is so good.

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CabalTherapy's Top Ten Tendrils Tips: 1-5

By CabalTherapy (2019-02-07)

Viewed by many as the hardest deck in Legacy, ANT is a complex combo deck that is difficult to play and even more demanding to master. However, there are plenty of simple lines of play that can help improving results and one’s overall expertise.


Understanding Aggro

By HansD (2019-02-05)

With Mono-Red aggro lighting up the stage in Standard, I want to take a look this week at what makes the aggro archetype tick. By breaking down and examining how these decks are built to be powerful, we can begin to understand why there will almost always be aggressive decks running around any given format!