Patrick Sullivan is making short work of his Fact or Fiction opponents lately, but no man knows his weaknesses (he has none) better than Cedric Phillips! Let's see what stances they take on Rivals of Ixalan, Modern, and Deathrite Shaman!
When did Delver of Secrets become an underdog? Modern is a strange place these days, and Ross Merriam has all the reasons why! Are you on Delver for SCG Dallas? We bet it doesn't look like this!
Everyone prepare: the control decks are coming! Pro Tour Champion Shaun McLaren has his eye on an enabler that will spell doom for your Standard and Modern dominance at SCG Dallas! Is this card the real deal?
It goes without saying that some of the banned cards were oppressive, but that's not the whole story. Ben Friedman provides excellent insight on why these bans happened beyond the obvious!
Why does Eldritch Evolution just have to combo? Why don't you just use it as a value Green Sun's Zenith and kill people? Ross Merriam provides some beautiful simplicity! Shoutout to this IQ finalist for an excellent potential SCG Dallas deck!
It's been a while since someone gave a proper look at this evergreen archetype! With surprising stats, excellent (and practical) advice, and the compulsory sideboard guide, Pro Tour Champion Ari Lax is putting you in position to help your team win at SCG Dallas!
Nice! Jeskai Control and U/W Control have both cleared the way! Can we finally break out the Cruel Ultimatums? Well, not quite yet. But we're close! Which control deck are you on for SCG Dallas?
Trevor May is now the official mascot of Snow-Covered creatures everywhere! He put up an SCG Tour Top 8 with Skred Red: the Blood Moon deck that won't stay dead! So how can you join the ranks of these specialized pilots? Read on!
If Storm decks are getting you down in Modern, here's a solution Ross Merriam has come up with: revel in this deck! SCG Dallas will have its share of Baral, but you don't have to comply!
There's no other way to put it: This card will do some messed up stuff. The homage to a card still messing with Modern is dubious, and Ben Friedman wants to explain exactly why this is a dangerous, dangerous spell!
Benjamin Nikolich went to Columbus searching for both Azcanta and a trophy! He found both! Join this pro and SCG Tour star as he provides everything you could possibly need to know to pick up Modern's best control deck!
Anyone remember when you couldn't play control? Seems like a while ago now because these days you can do it however you want! Ross Merriam spotlights the latest Approach here!
Pro Tour Champion Ari Lax has tallied the results of the most prestigious awards show in Magic! Join the winners and losers in this very special installment of his column! You'll laugh. Patrick Sullivan will cry.
Alright, alright. Standard is out of the way, so let's move on to Modern! Brad and Todd sleeve up Magic's hottest format to go at it again here!
Pro Tour Hall of Famer Patrick Chapin is all over Rivals of Ixalan! The two big projects at the moment? Finding the perfect Merfolk list...or maybe the perfect Pirates list! Join him for a number of new lists that utilize tempo to gain the early new Standard edge!
Chandra costs four mana and has four abilities. Yeah, that's inevitably good enough for Modern! Until Jace is allowed in this parts, Chandra runs the show. Ross Merriam has a deck that shows why!
The multitudinous Merfolk of Rivals of Ixalan have Collins Mullen brewing up a storm! Get his takes on specific high-profile cards and check out his decklists for Standard and Modern dominance at SCG Dallas!
Fact or Fiction is back again with a couple of Modern experts weighing in on Blood Sun in the format, Jeskai Control's sudden success, and plenty of other hot topics!
Dylan Donegan knows that a lot of SCG Columbus mages will be messing up their scrys and cycles. Let him help you! And help you he shall with these excellent examples and explanations!
Bennie Smith saw a lot to love in 2017! He's a Commander man with some Standard and Modern tendencies, so he's basically the target audience for the whole game! Which were your favorite cards of the last year?