Every once in a while, Dear Azami likes to let a young upstart try to make a name for themselves by guest authoring the column. Just for fun, we celebrate Dear Azami #200 with one such youngster! His name is Patrick, and he's here to talk about playing control in Commander!
In a Standard this diverse, you'd think we'd seen it all by now. Fortunately, that still isn't the case, and GerryT has one today that will have you seeing double!
CVM recounts his recent IQ top 8 with Amulet Bloom, and then he tells you about the different decks he's working on for Standard in time for the upcoming Invitational in Columbus, Ohio!
Michael Majors does an incredible job of combing each round of last weekend's Standard Open to give us the very best information about matchups and deck selection! Follow along as Michael reviews what you may have missed!
Matt Higgs, ever the incorrigible brewer, refuses to let Mastery of the Unseen go forgotten. The card was responsible for a huge swath of strong tournament finishes not long ago, and today, Matt looks for more ways to manifest wins in Standard!
Mark Nestico was sure, as many of us were, that the big three decks in Standard were all that really mattered now. Then we have Mono-Green Aggro popping up. The crazy blue Devotion deck. It appears this Standard isn't as solved as we thought. It's possible we, like Mark, know absolutely nothing.
Chris Lansdell was recently invited to an invitational event with an insane format layout! See the crazy metagame, his deck choices, and of course, the rundown of how his tournament day went!
It wasn't that many years ago that Brad Nelson was putting craters in his opponents by stomping them into oblivion. Turns out, Modern is another great format for that! See the latest in Craterhoof technology courtesy of GerryT!
Inspired by his recent Invitational Qualifier victory, Anthony Lowry is going to work on getting as many Dragons into one deck as possible! See how many ways there are in Standard to torch your opponents!
The trend that red is the worst color for Commander is slowly reversing direction as people discover sweet mono-red legends from the past! This week, Abe indulges one of the most underrated red commanders around!
The most famous deck of the weekend gets its proper Daily Digest due today! GerryT gives a hat tip to the innovative deck that nearly took home the prize at the Open Series in Portland!
You couldn't ask for a better voice to give us a big green monster preview than Brian Kibler! Let's welcome The Dragonmaster as he talks about one of the cards that gave him his second Pro Tour victory!
Before you make any other decision in a game of Magic, you have to make that first one: Do you keep? Carsten Kotter takes us through a slew of Legacy decision points, all of them happening before the first land or spell is cast! Do you agree with each keep/mulligan decision? Why or why not?
Ojutai and his gang of Dragons may be the big Standard hits from the latest set, but GerryT knows Modern is a different animal! If you're looking for a victory at the $5,000 Modern Premier IQ at #SCGPORT, you're in good company!
BBD and CVM are gearing up for the weekend with an #SCGPORT preview! Using perhaps the most exciting decks to come out of the post-Pro Tour metagame, they show you how to navigate this format!
Bennie Smith modifies the Five-Color Dragons concept in a different direction for #SCGPORT! Then, he shows you how he's evolved another author's trademark Modern archetype!
Gerard Fabiano kept his success train rolling with yet another great performance at the Open last weekend! His deck contained a few broken traditions, and today, he explains them so you can use the knowledge for #SCGPORT!
Adrian Sullivan takes the data from the RPTQs and shows us what we should know about the format! #SCGPORT is coming up, and you could stand to benefit from Adrian's fantastic analysis!
Dragon season is in full swing, and Judge Hall of Famer Sheldon Menery is taking the opportunity to build a new Commander deck featuring one of the greatest Dragons of them all!
GerryT knows that Dragonlord Ojutai isn't the only way to control the format. So too does one Magic Online user who likes a different approach for #SCGPORT!