Listen: you're going to have to figure out how to beat this card. We tasked Jadine, one of the best fundamentals writers around, to study up and bring you the guide to survival when it comes to the big bug with arms! Run for your lives!
Jadine Klomparens was all set to give up on Winding Constrictor in Standard, but a last-chance League changed her mind. Turns out Miley Cyrus was half-right: it's all about what's on the other side of Hadana's Climb.
A lot of players are going to jam Bloodbraid Elf in Modern, lose, and then blame getting unlucky cascades. Jadine Klomparens teaches you how to not be one of them!
It's pretty simple to check a deck out and understand it, right? Aggro, control, combo. What's so complicated? Well, competitive Magic, for one thing! Jadine explains how the Pro Tour opened her eyes in this brilliant write up!
Jadine Klomparens has been a midrange mage most of the time lately, but that all changed in Philadelphia! Read about the epiphany that taught her that there's more than one way to define Magic's middle child!
The Snake has no greater fan and advocate than Jadine Klomparens! Fortunately for her, it's now the focus of a lot of attention as we near SCG Dallas! Is this now the de facto strategy to beat? Get the dice ready!
Rivals of Ixalan is a known quantity on paper, but that's never the full story! If you want to get some excellent advanced thinking on the cards that will make it and why, use Jadine Klomparens as the perfect teacher!
You can't control what's on top of your deck most of the time, but the truth is much more interesting than that! Up your play for SCG Columbus this weekend!
Playing Magic without a plan is asking to lose. Jadine Klomparens shows the importance of making sure your plays are consistent with each other...and when it's important to change plans anyway.
In strategic standoffs, usually the player who blinks first loses. Jadine Klomparens' latest theory examines what it means to "blink" in a game of Magic...and when it's right to do so anyway!
Learning to cast removal on the opponent's end step has long been seen as a sign of growth as a Magic player. But why is this correct? Jadine Klomparens examines the thinking behind the play...and why the thinking is sometimes wrong!
What truly sets you apart from all the other Magic players out there? Jadine Klomparens has your guide to finding your niche in Magic and cultivating the gift that could bring you success!
Jadine Klomparens knows the password to the Junderground, and she's ready to tell you today! She won't just hand it out, though. First, some required reading...