Cards That Should Never Leave Standard
Standard rotation keeps creeping closer and closer, which means that we’re going to be seeing cards leaving us for good. However, it doesn’t have to be that way, and Hans has some ideas about cards that Wizards should always reprint into Standard.
Cards to Pick Up Before Standard Rotation
Got the rotation blues? Have no fear! The end of a Standard format is the perfect time to pick up cards at their rock bottom prices, and Hans wants to talk about four cards he thinks has great long-term potential!
The Future of Dark Confidant and Modern Jund
Midrange decks are built with the metagame in mind and are thus highly customizable. Regardless, even the most customizable of these decks still play core cards that are integral to the deck’s gameplan. Very rarely, in a non-rotating format such as Modern, does a new card come along that displaces the current best-in-slot card for a midrange deck. With the printing of Wrenn and Six in Modern Horizons, I believe that Dark Confidant has found himself as the odd man out after years of being a Jund mainstay.
M20 Cards That Could Make Their Way into Modern
A new set? Already? Wizards of the Coast have been cranking new sets out at a lightning pace, and with those new sets comes new toys for Modern players to use. Hans picks four cards from M20 that he thinks will find homes in Modern decks!