Powerful combo decks utilizing two different combos that attack from separate angles will always give GerryT that warm fuzzy feeling, but it's especially potent when the thing joining them is a tutor that otherwise optimizes the first combo anyway.
Join BBD and CVM as they test for the Season Three Invitational, bringing back the red beatdown machine and testing the greed level of G/R Dragons by splashing two other colors just to pump up the power level!
The five Magic Origins flip-Planeswalkers are all pretty exciting for Commander, and today Bennie explores a color he'd normally shy away from — mono-white — to build around Kytheon, Hero of Akros.
While Adrian Sullivan won't be at the Season Three Invitational this weekend, he's highly invested in seeing how Legacy plays out at that event - join him as looks at where the format stands after the last few major tournaments to see where it might be going at the #SCGINVI!
Ross Merriam takes a look at his weekend playing Standard at the WMCQ as well as some Legacy on the side as he prepares for the Season Three Invitational this weekend!
While we're used to seeing Counterbalance only in the U/W Miracles deck, there's no reason it can't be used in other shells as well - as today's deck showcases quite neatly.
Killing off creatures is a big part of what Commander is about, people play mass removal there the way Standard players play spot removal. Sheldon Menery concludes his comprehensive look at how to wipe the board with today's look at mass removal spells that hit all of the things!
As Jim Davis prepares for the Season Three Invitational, he looks back at some of Standard's top decks from just a few months ago to see if they might be positioned to reclaim some of their former glory this weekend.
Doomsday is computationally the most difficult deck to play in all of Magic - there are just too many permutations and computations and you rarely Doomsday exactly the same way twice. So when a pilot achieves a good result with it, you should pay attention...
Jace, Vryn's Prodigy has proven itself to be very strong in Standard, but the big question will be whether he can break out into older formats. Michael Majors's Grixis Control deck may have just proven he can have a home in Modern!
Magic has a way of teaching life lessons that can be applied in other places - and not just in other games. Join John Dale Beety as he shares some of his hard-won wisdom while foraying out in a new direction and making the best of whatever came his way.
Modern has been shifting steadily ever since Magic Origins entered the format, but one thing we didn't expect to see was the return of a super-fast Elves combo deck. CVM shares his build from #SCGCHAR and his thoughts on how to improve it for future events.
Mark Nestico is a big fan of playing decks that are just on another level when presented with the opportunity, and today he explores his top choice for the Season Three Invitational as the basic strengths of the U/R Sphinx's Tutelage deck expands wonderfully into an aggro Jeskai shell.
Legacy is always an interesting place to brew, so when GerryT saw this Eureka deck he knew it was up to something interesting and he just had to explore...
This week on Dear Azami, Jess is reunited with an old friend and a favorite Commander as she takes on a reader's Damia, Sage of Stone deck!
Timberpack Wolf isn't enough by itself to get excited about in Constructed - usually it just thrills a Limited mage. But what can be accomplished when we start building around multiple cycles of the Magic Origins "Card Names Matter" creatures?
Magic Origins has greatly shifted around Standard and it's even having a strong impact on Modern as well - but does it carry any weight in Legacy as well? Gerry examines Jace, Vryn's Prodigy to potentially play for the Legacy portion of the Season Three Invitational too!
Sometimes the best thing to think about is what you should be doing at a Magic event, not what the generic "someone" should be doing. With that in mind, Anthony Lowry looks at his preparations for the Season Three Invitational!
Abe Sargent is just quivering with excitement in anticipation of our imminent return to Zendikar, and today's Commander deck is all about building Landfall triggers in preparation for that climactic battle!
Catch up with BBD and CVM as they prepare for #SCGCHAR this weekend, battling with some of Modern's powerful new decks to explore the shifting metagame!