Zoo decks have always been assumed to be green, for whatever reason, but if the metric you're shooting for is not "raw size" but instead favors a different characteristic, another color might rise to prominence. Check out this unusual take at Tribal Zoo!
Kiki-Jiki has been largely absent in Modern since the banning of Birthing Pod, but Collected Company may help revitalize that archetype in much the same way as it brought back the Melira-Pod deck now in Podless form.
Modern is where great Standard decks go when they die, and Collected Company might just help power out an Aristocrats-type deck if that is what you wanted to do.
Collected Company is tearing it up in Modern, and the more interesting the Company deck, the more GerryT likes it! Today's deck comes from the Top Eight of Grand Prix Singapore, and it's a sweet one!
Magic Origins is a deckbuilder's cornucopia, and Anthony Lowry takes a meander through the set spoiled so far in order to find homes for some of the cards that interest him the most.
A dedicated land destruction deck is one of the most frustrating archetypes to face off against, which makes today's deck the ultimate in Modern griefer strategies.
Nourishing Shoal has recently made the Griselbrand/Goryo's Vengeance archetype in Modern far more interesting, and in today's video Ari puts Jacob Wilson's 11th-place decklist from Grand Prix Copenhagen through its paces to prepare you for the $5,000 Modern Premier IQ at #SCGBALT.
Gerry looks back to Modern for a moment to examine an intriguing deck from Grand Prix Copenhagen. Do you like Chord of Calling and Restoration Angel? How about Eternal Witness and Kiki-Jiki? All value all the time, plus a sweet combo finish!
Michael Majors takes an in-depth look at some of the Magic Origins cards spoiled so far, with a mind to start building new decks around key cards that are bound to shift how the Standard metagame plays out - with a few bonus Modern decks too!
In today's Daily Digest, Gerry looks at a new take on the old Eggs archetype, using Krark-Clan Ironworks to put a new engine in a deck so good they had to ban a card out of it.
With several high-profile cards spiking in recent weeks, Chas takes a broader look at the price behaviors we've seen recently to determine what they say about our broader market structures as a whole.
Dragonlord Ojutai and Silumgar's Scorn in Modern. Do we really need to tell you anything more? Check out Adrian's latest creation and test it out for yourself!
Grand Prix Charlotte showcased some interesting and powerful new decks, and have helped to further convince Brian to just go broken in the format as long as they'll let him. Now, what to play in Standard this weekend?
Brian looks back on his performance at Grand Prix Charlotte and what led him to his Bant Company deck when a Wild Nacatl/Collected Company deck ended up tied for Top Eight.
Sometimes, just sometimes, Nourishing Shoal does crazy things it shouldn't be able to do - usually involving Griselbrand. Gerry takes a look at the latest iteration of the Goryo's Vengeance deck, courtesy of Grand Prix Charlotte.
The Boss has had some Modern adventures over the past two weeks, and he recounts the Season Two Invitational Weekend and Grand Prix Charlotte and the variety of decks he played across multiple events.
Brian Kibler may be the Dragonmaster, but in Modern these days he's been mastering Collected Company instead. In today's video, he tries that out in an aggressive shell along with some of his favorite beatdown creatures!
With Grand Prix Charlotte in the books, Gerry takes a look back at his deck for the event, the other directions he was thinking about trying out, and what the results from that tournament mean for the metagame as a whole.
Chris ran back Amulet Bloom at Grand Prix Charlotte and reflects on both his changes and his results, then looks at metagame shifts in the Standard format for this weekend's events.
With an unusual-looking artifact-based Prison deck making it to the top sixteen at Grand Prix Charlotte this weekend, Sam just had to take it out for a test drive and see how it works.