The Eldrazi are screwing up the Angels of Innistrad something fierce, but fortunately Angels are still pretty awesome! Awesome enough to put a control deck at the forefront of #SCGBALT contenders!
Ross Merriam has plenty to say about Eldritch Moon's Standard debut and the hype surrounding #SCGBALT weekend! But first he has to address coming up short during a much celebrated lifelong dream this past week.
Mark Nestico made some predictions and now he has to own up to them, for better or worse! Will the same Standard format from this weekend be at #SCGBALT? Or are we going to see more of the rogue decks that put up excellent numbers?
Eldritch Moon didn't just shake up Constructed competitive formats; it also gave us a lot of legends for tribes we've wanted for a long time! Levi returns to Dear Azami to talk Werewolves and full moons! Tell your next Commander pod to beware!
Sun rises, sun sets, and Ali Aintrazi plays whatever he wants! Ross Merriam studies the most off the radar deck in the room, a build so brilliant it came within a match of taking down an SCG Tour trophy at #SCGCOL!
It wasn't long ago that the Eldrazi were the only deck choice in Modern. Turns out, just one ban wasn't enough to keep them down! Join Mrs.Mulligan as she examines the big Eldrazi contenders for #SCGBALT's Modern Classic!
Erik Tiernan knows all about the social contract between Commander players. But sometimes that just isn't enough to keep everyone satisfied. When is it correct to have a points system in your Commander league?
Just because we have one result doesn't mean the format is anywhere near solved! Join brew addict Chris Lansdell as he puts together #SCGBALT builds for everyone!
The first Eldritch Moon Standard results are in! #SCGBALT is fast approaching this weekend for a second act, and SCG Editor Danny West has the need-to-know info from around the Magic Multiverse!
Daily Digest. Daily Double. Ross Merriam is good at all of them! Read about how you can put your opponents in Jeopardy at the #SCGCOL Modern Classic!
Are you a little blue or really blue? Ross Merriam goes heavy on the color with U/R Control, while Majors uses the slightest splash of it for Prized Amalgam in an otherwise B/G deck. Check out this matchup ahead of the #SCGCOL Standard Open!
The Dragon fans can get out of here. We're talking Angels! See how many Angels Bennie can stuff into one giant Commander build...and which very scary horror may tag along!
Emma Handy is working on #SCGCOL weekend! We've heard a lot the big contenders, but because of Eldritch Moon's high power, we may see some strange decks at the top this weekend! Emma breaks down the possibilities!
Getting the game's trademark 13/13 onto the battlefield can be done, but it's going to take some effort! If you want to crush #SCGCOL beneath the scary villain of time, space, and mind control, Adrian Sullivan tells you how to do it!
It's that time again! When set reviews come you can count on tournament implications, metagame thoughts, and studies on new archetypes! But you can also count on JDB to talk story, art, and flavor text! If you're a Vorthos, welcome home!
It's Matt Higgs' job to look for cards everyone else is sleeping on, and he has found a good one! See what Matt has planned for a cheap creature with a steep cost for #SCGCOL!
Sheldon Menery is ready to slip the new Eldritch Moon goods into his amazing library of Commander decks! Which cards is he most excited about? Which combos are ready to take over your next pod?
Ross Merriam is usually suspicious of Standard decks being ported into Modern, but a Top 8 at a highly competitive World Magic Cup Qualifier in Japan is no joke! Does this four-color build have what it takes for the #SCGCOL Modern Classic?
If you want to win #SCGCOL, you need to get organized! Players Champion Jim Davis has the rundown you'll need if you're going to to conquer the field when Eldritch Moon joins the fray!
Cedric Phillips sits down with Ross Merriam to talk about his long journey through professional Magic, what happened that fateful day against Patrick Sullivan, how it felt to almost win back to back Opens in 2014, and why he decided to try to qualify for a spot on Jeopardy.