Are you trying to make your Magic game more consistent? That's great and all, but The Boss doesn't want any part of it! There's a reason Tom's trophy case is robust, and it's because he doesn't play for anything else! Get his guide to spiking Modern here!
More and more players are moving away from red in Standard. Ramunap Red players are moving to Zombies, and ramp decks are trying out black cards in place of the red ones.Why is this happening? Adrian Sullivan explains!
Sportsmanship or emotion? What is the right thing to do when you win or lose in a match of Magic? Does the camera matter? SCG Players' Champion Jim Davis debates the proper place of excitement and entertainment in Magic.
Grixis Death's Shadow is losing a lot of its foothold on Modern, but it's still a big-time player in the format! The two Todds sleeve up two dangerous decks to battle for VS Series superiority!
Remember a month ago when Death's Shadow was too good for Modern's health? Suddenly, the metagame is twenty decks wide! Todd Stevens, perhaps the most accomplished Modern player in the business right now, teaches you the new things you need to know!
If the Standard metagame is evolving to go bigger, Sam Black wants to go really big! And drawing four cards from an eternalized Champion of Wits is how he wants to do it. Could one of his decklists evolve into the Grand Prix Washington DC champion?
It didn't take long for Vengevine to seize the attention of Modern players! Todd Anderson is no exception, and today he breaks down the choices that went into his recent builds. Will you have the archetype's next great idea?
It's Modern mayhem on VS! Ross Merriam has unleashed colorless chaos with Eldrazi Tron. Can Tom "The Boss" Ross strike back with the explosive power of R/G Vengevine?
Questions have traveled through the aether to Brad Nelson's current undisclosed whereabouts, and his replies have arrived! Get his takes on pre-tournament routine, the best Todd in Magic, whether Zombies is a trap, and more!
Why should competitive Canadian Shaun McLaren stick to just one topic? Today he takes rapid-fire looks at Temur Energy in Standard, Jeskai in Modern, and even 1v1 Commander on Magic Online!
Ross Merriam hauled Elves back into the Modern spotlight with his performance at SCG Richmond! Today he breaks down the deck he played, the changes he wants to make, and why Vizier of Remedies is better than Shaman of the Pack!
Three huge Modern events took place just days ago, and they look unbelievably different! Patrick Chapin has taken the time to study the decks and synchronize the data! What Modern format will we find in the coming weeks? Can this format get even better?
Conley Woods likes his matchup against red! This crazy fun brew has taken him to great results for weeks, and he's giving his newest decklist, his reasons for using black, and a detailed sideboard guide for the pilots who want to join him!
What year is it on VS? Todd Anderson takes a Modern Slivers deck that made Top 16 of a recent Open and pits it against Ross Merriam and Jeskai Control!
Can't figure out what you'll be against in the huge Modern metagame? That's fine! Ari Lax has the format in a shape that's much easier to manage! Predict each week's metagame with his simple guide!
The Commander sets feature some truly unique cards! The downside? It's impossible to predict the singles market! Fortunately, Chas Andres can do it for you! Which of these decks will be off the shelves the fastest? Which cards are people chasing?
It's a battle of SCG Syracuse Modern Open Top 8 decks! Will Tom "The Boss" Ross sink his foe with Merfolk, or will Todd Stevens serve up some fried fish with U/R Gifts Storm?
It's some of Magic's longest-standing Constructed orthodoxy: "Play exactly 60 cards." But what if that's not correct? Sam Black explores the possibilities of running more than 60 cards in Modern ahead of SCG Richmond!
Death and Taxes won the SCG Season One Invitational, and Adrian Sullivan is putting his own spin on things! What Hour of Devastation card has he added...and what sideboard tech is straight out of 1993?
Who said Lightning Bolt was out of style? Todd Anderson's piloting Jeskai Control with a full playset of it and Lightning Helix! But so does the Burn deck chosen by Brad Nelson. Who'll win this Modern clash ahead of SCG Richmond?