The ballots for this year's class of the Magic: the Gathering Hall of Fame have gone out, and Mark Herberholz joins us for his look at the top candidates for induction in this year's #MTGHOF class.
Only in Legacy can an all-but-forgotten Tier Three archetype show up and put two players in the same Grand Prix Top Eight. Just when you think it's solved, things shift on you at least a little - that is why it's such an awesome format!
Matt Higgs always has an angle, and for Magic Origins right now it's the advantages inherent to the unsung color of Magic, artifacts. He has not one but two completely-colorless decks to try for Standard, check them out!
Mark has been working on Magic Origins Standard all weekend since the complete spoiler broke, and wants to share just a few of his first builds as he showcases just how deep this set is turning out to be.
We've seen all sorts of powerful and popular Standard decks make their way into Modern, and now it's The Aristocrats's turn. Check out one clever mage's plan to sacrifice things for fun and profit!
It's amazing how complicated a Modern deck can be if you let it, and Anthony's new favorite deck in the format is a complex mix of nested dependencies and hidden opportunity costs that is just a real deckbuilder's paradise to work on.
Carsten Kotter isn't quite comfortable with his deck choice for Grand Prix Lille, and he showcases his metagame analysis and deck options while synthesizing something new for the event!
Abe thinks Chandra is the worst planeswalker in Magic Origins, and everyone knows red is the worst color in Commander - but taking two "worsts" and making a strong deck out of it anyway is the kind of challenge Abe loves.
Powerful decks have a habit of jumping formats, and when a deck jumps from Legacy to Modern or from Vintage to Legacy, paying attention is a good idea. Stax has been ported to Legacy before, but today's build might just have the right stuff!
We now know everything there is to know about Magic Origins, so it's time for Bennie to start brewing with all the odd and quirky cards the set has to offer.
It's time for the Versus Series to get up to speed with Magic Origins, and today BBD and CVM take the new set's Tribal cards head-to-head in a battle of Elves Versus Goblins.
Magic players are well-known for their list-making prowess, and today Adrian Sullivan ranks the five Magic Origins planeswalkers for their power and potential.
Shaheen Soorani is a control mage through and through, and Languish is the kind of card you'd think Wizards of the Coast would make just for him. Check out his Sultai Control deck for the upcoming Standard format!
Zoo decks have always been assumed to be green, for whatever reason, but if the metric you're shooting for is not "raw size" but instead favors a different characteristic, another color might rise to prominence. Check out this unusual take at Tribal Zoo!
If Brian Kibler is the Dragonmaster, then Jim Davis is the Goblinmaster. If anyone is inclined to have the right idea about what Goblin Piledriver's impending reprint in Magic Origins means for Standard, it'd be Jim.
Kiki-Jiki has been largely absent in Modern since the banning of Birthing Pod, but Collected Company may help revitalize that archetype in much the same way as it brought back the Melira-Pod deck now in Podless form.
Cedric Phillips sits down with Patrick "PSulli" Sullivan to go over the results of #SCGBALT, analyze more cards from Magic Origins, and heavily discuss the new changes to Magic announced by Helene Bergeot.
It's time for another play-by-play, and today's action features Sheldon's latest go-to Commander, Yasova Dragonclaw, who excels at shifting the dynamic of the table by literally Threatening to take your stuff and hit you with it.
Magic Origins is turning out to be a real deckbuilder's paradise, and Ross Merriam builds around some of the key cards that have caught his attention.
Modern is where great Standard decks go when they die, and Collected Company might just help power out an Aristocrats-type deck if that is what you wanted to do.