Daily D&D Deck Tech: Pauper Soul Sisters
Every workday ahead of the set's paper release, Insight takes a quick look at a deck featuring cards from Adventures in the Forgotten Realms. Today we gain a lot of life and attack our opponent with a swarm of small creatures getting pumped up—or with one big and chunky Unicorn.
Is Pauper Entering a New Combo Era?
We didn't get a moment to take a breath after the Commander Legends and Kaldheim releases, and already the metagame saw another shakeup because of Strixhaven. Now Modern Horizons 2 is poised to change the format in major ways yet again. All signs point to Pauper entering a new combo era.
Top Strixhaven Cards to Affect Pauper
Strixhaven: School of Mages is looking to affect Pauper in major ways. Let's ignore most of the typically draft-oriented commons and head straight for the big ones and the big guns. Here's a brief description of all of the top picks and how they can impact the format, and we've got decklists too!
Why You Too Should Take Pauper More Seriously
The pillars of today's competitive Constructed compendium are, without a doubt, Standard and Modern. A little bit lower in hierarchy we find Wizard's new babies, Pioneer and Historic. Then there's Commander, Legacy, Vintage, and the topic of this article: Pauper. What makes this format so unique and interesting?
Going Black in Pauper
Black is commonly known as the weakest of the colors in the Pauper format. However, even if it may not be as powerful as some, it uses unique tools that none of the other colors can offer. Access to board sweepers, discard, and various removal options make black an important part of the metagame.