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?
Matt Higgs loves Helm of the Gods, but he's struggling to find the right home for it. Read those struggles inside and find out if he gets there finally in the end or if it's going to be an even longer trip than he'd realized to please the gods of Theros.
Fun decks are what Game Day is all about, but it doesn't hurt if you can do some serious winning while you're having your fun. Matt Higgs unveils his latest creation, and got the Top Eight alongside all his fun.
Matt Higgs has been brewing around artifacts for some time now, and his focus kept getting pulled to the colorless cards in Magic Origins. Seeing U/R Thopters in the finals of #PTOrigins was really vindicating, and this is his takeaway from that event.
While more than a few Magic Origins cards have earned their time in the spotlight at this point, Matt Higgs thinks there's room for one more: can Tainted Remedy take on the Standard format? Matt is determined to find out!
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.
Matt Higgs breaks down his Magic Origins prerelease, including multiple different builds he tried over the course of his event, as well as takes a quick peek at the future of Standard with a Heroic Red deck for #SCGCHI!
Matt Higgs always has an angle, and for Magic Origins right now it's the advantages inherent to the unsung color of Magic, artifacts. He has not one but two completely-colorless decks to try for Standard, check them out!
Magic Origins is set to shake up Standard, and Matt is excited to see it coming - but he also wants to take one last spin with the old format and make Deadly Wanderings finally work out.
Having spent several weeks preparing all sorts of brews for the StarCityGames Standard Open in Indianapolis, Matt recounts his tournament weekend and his expectations for Standard going forward.
Matt Higgs likes to brew, but one of the key lessons he's learned when brewing is that collaboration and persistence are more important than the brilliant idea you start with. Here he starts out with a Keranos Control deck and ends up someplace quite different.
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!
Matt Higgs has been trying to get some of the sweetest and most underrated artifacts in Standard going for a while, and he's finally done it in time for the #SCGINVI!