Daily Deck Tech Hunt: Considering Doomsday
Every workday ahead of the set's release, Insight is taking a quick look at a deck featuring new cards from the upcoming Innistrad: Midnight Hunt. Today, we're considering a card that may make it all the way to Legacy and prove a relevant update to one of the format's meanest combo strategies!
The Finest Vintage: Witches and New Toys on the Horizon
Strixhaven proved to have an impact even on the notoriously impervious-to-change Vintage format, and Modern Horizons 2 is looking poised to leave an even larger footprint. Which cards make the cut in the most powerful environment known to Magic? Some of the answers may surprise you!
What Comes After the MPL?
With their recent announcements, Wizards of the Coast have made it clear that Magic is no longer trying to be(come) a professional esport. What does that mean for Magic, the card game? What could it mean for the PTQ and Grand Prix grinders? What should it mean for the future of organized play?
The Finest Vintage: Doomsday
Doomsday is a scalpel. You need to know what to do with it, and you need a lot of practice in execution. But once you have picked up and mastered these skills, Doomsday is an extremely powerful deck, maybe the most powerful in all of Vintage right now. Here is everything you need to know!
The Finest (?) Vintage:
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Vintage decks are typically "broken" in a good way. But when you look around at what people play, you can't help but notice that some designs are literally broken in the sense of "not working (as well) as intended." Let's investigate the how, the why, and the why not; find fixes and learn a lesson or two.