Ever since Kolaghan's Command was printed, Grixis has surged to the forefront in Modern - and now it could be argued that this color combination houses the best aggro deck, the best control deck, and the best combo deck.
Matt Higgs loves quirky, off-the-wall decks, and today he further explores his fascination with Magic Origins most compellingly powerful card, Day's Undoing.
Metagaming is all about figuring out the right level to shoot for and then hitting it, and Anthony Lowry looks at whether it's worth building your deck around opponents playing Languish at this point in the metagame.
With more time now to reflect on his experience from Grand Prix Lille, Carsten presents not just his report from that tournament but what he's learned and how that informs his choices as he moves forward and rebuilds the deck.
8-Rack is an often-underestimated deck archetype in Modern, and those are exactly the sorts of decks Tom "The Boss" Ross likes to pick up and beat you with. Check out his thoughts on the archetype and how it fits into the format and give it a try yourself!
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.
Pro Tour Champion Ari Lax discusses the recent successes of an aggressive, recursive build of G/R Dragons, joined by two guests who have had recently had strong finishes with the deck: Steve Rubin and Eric Rill!
There's nothing quite like mashing together two decks that don't look like they'd fit in the least and finding out it actually works. Today, Gerry takes a look at the weirdest Temur deck we've seen in a while.
Mardu Dragons has been making big gains in Standard in recent weeks, and Gerry takes a look at a variation on the archetype that might be the next step forward.
Legacy decks often update with fair regularity as new sets release and the format shifts... but Gerry has found an archetype that hasn't budged much in years, and he wonders what a new take on it might look like.
Brad stumbled upon G/R Devotion again in a roundabout way, then realized he'd found the perfect deck for the Season Two Invitational. Read all about it here, and what you need to do to bring it to your next Standard event!
Matt Higgs has time on his mind and time on his hands as well, so he has some brewing to do. Time Walks and planeswalkers in a control shell is promising space to mine, check out where he ends up!
While Sean is more well-known for his 99-card creations than his 60's in recent years, he's been known to shake things up in Modern from time to time. Check out his weapon of choice for Grand Prix Charlotte, Sultai Delver, as well as why you should play it and how to play it well.
Shaun McLaren became a Pro Tour Champion on the strengths of Jeskai Control in Modern, and while it has fallen off of most players' radars in recent months he feels it can still be a good choice - and shares his build for Grand Prix Charlotte this weekend!
We have seen Jund rise to the forefront again thanks in no small part to Gerry himself, but what do you do if you want to beat it? Take a look inside and find out in time for Grand Prix Charlotte this weekend!
Carsten draws an end to this latest season of You Choose The Brew, and you'll just have to read inside to find out where he's ended up with an alternative take on Life from the Loam in Legacy!
Abe is not known to walk a straightforward path, but today he's found a twisty route through the mists and shadows with his flavorful Vela deck full of saboteurs and things that attack from the darkness!
For today's Daily Digest, Gerry takes a look at one of the weirdest lockdown mechanisms available to Modern as a reminder of what you can do with large card pools and a strange definition of fun.
Everyone knows Collected Company is no Birthing Pod, so you can't just play Melira Pod by swapping one four-mana green card for another. Everyone might just be wrong, though, and BBD intends to find out!
Everyone's favorite expensive sorcery master is here to share his Esper control builds for the Season Two Invitational in both Standard and Modern!