Potential Pauper Playables in Guilds of Ravnica Standardpar WileCoyote (2018-10-23)
Guilds of Ravnica is out and like the majority of Magic the Gathering players, I was looking over the spoilers with interest. However, I was not looking for splashy mythic cards to wreck my bank balance to compete in Standard, I was looking for cool common cards that could become a force in Pauper.
Jumping into Magic Arenapar HansD (2018-10-23)
I dipped my toes into Magic Arena this past week and decided to give the program a whirl. After all, with all the hype and positive reviews coming from the community, I wanted to see with my own eyes and click with my own fingers to confirm if the game was as good as it was advertised. After several days of playing through the various modes the game had to offer, I've decided to write up my initial take on where Magic Arena stands.
Two Standard Decks You Might Have Missedpar JaminK (2018-10-22)
Since Guilds of Ravnica released, many have tried finding the best combination of cards to win in Standard. Some decks have become frontrunners of the format already but there is a lot left to be explore. Today Jamin introduces two decks you may not have seen before.
Grand Prix Denver Tournament Reportpar Andifeated (2018-10-19)
Andifeated just participated in his 49th Grand Prix Event and his first Grand Prix Event in North America this past weekend alongside his Austrian friends Helmut Summersberger and Mark Loh. He recounts his journey here on preparing for Guilds of Ravnica Team Sealed and his trip to the United States of America.
Azor's Gateway in Standardpar ChristianS (2018-10-19)
Chrstian Seibold has been interested in Azor's Gateway since it was first spoiled. Filtering and a game-ending land is a potent combination, but Abrade was the card's natural enemy. Well Abrade is no more and Christian is back with his version of Gateway Control. If you're interested in awesome control brews, this is the deck for you!
#CMAskTheJudge Episode 26 - Locus of Cardspar MaximilianK (2018-10-19)
Episode 26 of Cardmarket's AskTheJudge series. Each installment in this series will include a video that poses a rules question about MTG. Watch the video, comment with your answer, and then check your work below. This week's question involves a growing mana locus and it's momentous fall.
Something to Remember - The History of Tokenspar SanchoN (2018-10-18)
From glass beads, coins, and matches to cardboard with the same size and even the same backside as Magic cards, tokens and other reminders that represent everything within the game, including creatures, have come a long way. This week, Sancho offers a token of gratitude to a special category of little helpers.
Dangerous Propositions: Hypergenesispar Kumagoro (2018-10-17)
The Modern ban list is a maximum security prison with 33 inmates, some of which pose a potentially serious threat to the meta. But now that Big Jace has been released, anything can happen. Let's review each of those offenders to see if they're eligible for parole. This time we talk of the ultimate green cheater.
Tarmogoyf: The Downfall par HansD (2018-10-16)
Modern is chock full of iconic spells, but Tarmogoyf has been a mainstay in the format for as long as it has been around. If anything, Tarmogoyf symbolizes the "old" Modern – the era of Birthing Pod, Splinter Twin, and Deathrite Shaman. As those decks have faded off into the sunset of the ban list, Tarmogoyf has been left as a member of the old guard, watching the metagame around it revolve and slowly leave it behind. Today, I want to take a look at what made Tarmogoyf so powerful, how it lost its power, and where it might be headed.