Three players, three formats, three decks. Team Constructed can be a lot to take in! Luckily, Ari Lax, Emma Handy, and Dylan Hand are here to make their recommendations for SCG Richmond. Cast your vote at the end!
Brad Nelson gives his latest decklists for four Standard archetypes and extensive sideboarding guides for each! The can't-miss article for players competing in the Mythic Championship Qualifiers and SCG Richmond this weekend!
Count "The Innovator" as a Modern Horizons non-fan! And no, it's not just about Hogaak, Arisen Necropolis being overpowered. He sees deeper issues, and he wants Wizards of the Coast to correct them before it's too late!
Tom Ross is playing Slivers? As a combo deck?! It sounds wild, but here's the thing: who knows their way around poison counters better than "The Boss" himself?
PVDDR has several decks that he feels could have done well at Mythic Championship IV, but didn't quite make the cut. Could these under-the-radar lists have an impact on a Hogaak-ridden Modern?
With the next Banned and Restricted announcement just around the corner, GerryT believes the Hogaak menace could find a new format to terrorize: Legacy!
SCG Tour commentator Ryan Overturf called his shot and made it in Minneapolis, reaching the semifinals of a Modern Grand Prix with Mono-Red Prowess. Here's how he did it!
There are still edges for Standard sharks to gain! Ross Merriam breaks down his process for choosing a removal suite for Orzhov Vampires as he prepares for SCG Richmond.
After winning Fandom Legends with Bant Scapeshift, Bryan Gottlieb made it back to the semifinals with ... Jeskai Superfriends?! He explains his surprise pick and how he'd build it for SCG Richmond!
Hogaak decks may be oppressive and boring in Modern, but these successful brews sure aren't! Ari Lax takes you on a whirlwind tour of Modern's wildest ahead of SCG Richmond!
Commander 2019 was too massive for just one financial set review article! Chas Andres covers the Faceless Menace and Primal Genesis decks, plus This Week's Trends!
It's an extra-special Standard version of VS Live! Ross Merriam has Vampires. Corey Baumeister has Bant Scapeshift. They both have a mini-gauntlet to face. And then there's one epic final match between the gauntlet runners!
Shaheen Soorani is hungry for back-to-back Team Constructed trophies on the SCG Tour! Check out the Esper Hero list he and a teammate have developed for SCG Richmond!
Organized Play finally announced their new system for 2020 and there's a ton to unpack! Plus, with the Arena Mythic Championship Qualifier this weekend, Standard is on the minds of many. If you want to win the tournament, should you run anything other than Scapeshift?
After yesterday's blockbuster announcement of the future of competitive Magic, Sam Black has plenty of thoughts! See his likes, dislikes, and diagnosis of the problem still plaguing Organized Play!
A new yearly Commander release means new designs to explore! Rules Committee member Sheldon Menery goes card-by-card on Magic's latest.
PVDDR, Andrew Elenbogen, and Patrick Sullivan take on five statements about Modern as we head into SCG Richmond, answering "Fact" or "Fiction" to some of the community's most asked questions!
Superfriends decks were all the rage during War of the Spark Standard, but Corey is here to prove that the Planeswalker-intensive strategy is still viable in Core Set 2020 Standard!
The fan-favorite Hasbro crossover returns! With the luck of the tile draw restricting our four players' card pools, whose build will spell victory this week?
What's Modern set to look like after an expected Hogaak banning? Ben Friedman reveals one of several wild possibilities: Four-Color Snowheeli! Can Arcum's Astrolabe and snow lands turn the infamous Saheeli Rai - Felidar Guardian combo into a Modern contender?
General consensus has white as the worst color in Core Set 2020 Limited, but that's not stopping the Lords of Limited! Discover how to make the most of your drafts incorporating white cards.
Todd Anderson says goodbye to VS Live! with one last look at some of his favorite decks in a final three-match set with Ross Merriam.
Dylan Hand put his Eldrazi Tron theories into practice with a Top 16 Open finish and an IQ win! He outlines the changes he made and offers a surprising conclusion for the Modern seat at SCG Richmond!
Before the brews, the overview! Bennie Smith takes a wide-ranging look at how Commander 2019 will change the 100-card experience.
Corey Baumeister and Ross Merriam put trophy-winning Standard decks' reputations on the line as they run back lucrative old favorites in the Clash of Champions!