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Confession: I'm in Love with 12 Bolt Burn in Standard

de Andifeated (2019-01-25)

Andifeated is known for loving Islands, playing control decks, and using many counterspells alongside powerful planeswalkers and instants that draw cards, but he has something to admit: He has a secret passion for Lightning Bolt, and he's finally coming clean about his burning hot Standard affair, featuring powerful cards from Ravnica Allegiance. If you're looking for a cheap way to enter Standard in paper or Magic Arena, this article is for you!

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Andifeated's 2019 Magic New Years Resolutions

de Andifeated (2019-01-11)

The New Year is here and Andifeated has some Magic related New Year's Resolutions he won't break this time... probably. Read what areas of his game he wants to improve and see if you learn some ways you might motivate yourself to strive for more in 2019.

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Why Standard-Plus Should Be a Singleton Format

de HansD (2019-01-08)

Happy New Year, and welcome back! 2019 has a lot of new things in store for Magic as whole, with Magic Fests, E-Sports, and the introduction of a new format come October. There's plenty of speculation about what this format will look like, but I won't be bringing you any today in my article. Instead, I want to offer a suggestion: the "Standard-Plus" format, as it is currently referred to by Wizards of the Coast, should be a singleton format in the interest of the health of the format.

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A Magic-al Christmas List

de HansD (2018-12-19)

The year is coming to a close, but Christmas season has gotten me in the mood for asking Santa - I mean, Wizards - for a few things on my wish list. From reprints to spoilers over on Cardmarket, I'm not going to hold my breath about any them, but it's not going to stop me from writing about them! Let's jump right in with one of the topics that I'm the most excited to talk about: Standard-Plus.

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Momir in GRN Standard

de JohnnyCroat (2018-11-08)

Magic Arena has been Wizards' biggest win in recent years. But what a win it is. Massive playability, a programming and management team that pays attention to player feedback, and the sort of reach that Magic Online could only dream of. It also has a number of casual formats that you won't find in your local LGS… or even on the older Magic client.

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