Rally the Ancestors wasn't the only combo deck we saw at #SCGRICH - it just got all of the buzz because it crushed the tournament. There was another combo deck based off of See the Unwritten instead, playing Atarka in World Render form rather than Dragonlord - check it out!
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.
Constellation decks have always been exciting, just chock full of card advantage and multiple enters-the-battlefield triggers, and today's deck from the Top Eight of #SCGRICH showcases the best of what Constellation has to offer us.
After #SCGCHI, a lot of people were scratching their heads about the Rally the Ancestors deck, wondering whether it was any good or not. After this weekend's tournament win for a Rally deck at #SCGRICH, it appears we have our answer.
While GerryT has been liking Jund recently as his B/G/x deck of choice, today he challenges that preconception by testing out Siege Rhino and friends to see how well it matches up against the Modern field.
The addition of Magic Origins to the Standard card pool has really fleshed out Magic 2015's artifacts theme, and today's deck from #SCGCHI focuses on blue and red's shared appreciation of colorless power cards!
An interesting new take on an old deck will always catch GerryT's eye, and a faster, more aggressive version of the tried-and-true B/G Constellation deck grabbed his attention at #SCGCHI! Check it out for #SCGRICH this weekend!
The most intriguing combo decks combine two different plans so it is harder to disrupt them, and today's Modern deck of note mixes Scapeshift's Valakut kill with Kiki-Pod's killer infinite combo!
Having spent all of Sunday at #SCGCHI trying to battle back from the rear of the pack, GerryT shares his insights on Jeskai in the format and the builds he finds most interesting moving forward from here.
For today's Daily Digest, GerryT examines an unusually grindy and controlling take on Wild Nacatl and friends in Legacy. Test it out and maybe give it a whirl this weekend at the $5K Legacy Premier IQ at #SCGRICH!
With no new cards banned in Modern as of the last announcement, GerryT digs up an alternative look at how aggro you can go with Primeval Titan and Amulet of Vigor.
In today's video, GerryT looks at an unusual Delver build from a Grand Prix Trial at GP Lille, testing out Death's Shadow in Legacy as an efficient tempo threat in this low-curve aggro/tempo build.
Jund and Abzan have been two sides of the same awesome B/G/x coin in Modern for some time now, but what if it was the green you could give up and mix the two of them? Today's pair of Mardu decks ask exactly that.
Today GerryT presents the winner of the MTGO Modern Festival - Dredgevine! Give it a spin as you prepare for the $5,000 #SCGCHI Premier IQ this weekend or your local PPTQ!
Modern may be a format where people are learning they have to play around Blood Moon, but usually not in game one - and no one's really prepared to play against Chalice of the Void. Check out these R/W disruption decks and try one out before this weekend's $5K Super IQ at #SCGCHI!
Jeskai decks are perfectly in GerryT's wheel-house, so it should come as no surprise that this is what he is planning to play at #SCGCHI this weekend. Check out his decklist, sideboard plans, and the reason behind all of these choices inside.
For today's Modern Daily Digest, Gerry looks at a variety of similar Naya Zoo decks that have popped up over the last six months in order to explore whether it has a home in the metagame or is just a worse version of the Burn deck.
While we are all awaiting the release of Magic Origins on Magic Online, Gerry explores the Modern format to prepare for PPTQs and the $5000 Super IQ at #SCGCHI!
In today's Daily Digest, Gerry looks at a few efforts to focus more on Primeval Titan instead of Scapeshift.
Mashing two decks together gets you a hybrid - so mashing three decks together deserves its own special name too, right? And speaking of special, the number of different ways this deck pressures you and might just kill you is pretty darn special.