We've seen Seismic Swans decks on Modern's fringes before, but never with this level of redundancy! Ross Merriam showcases a 5-0 League list from Magic Online ahead of the SCG Dallas Modern Classic!
It's a change of pace as the Rosses explore Ixalan Standard! Tom "The Boss" Ross finds himself in the controlling role as he plays Four-Color Energy against Ross Merriam and R/B Aggro!
Lots of singletons, not a lot of tutors. Sounds like a recipe for disaster, right? Ross Merriam found a player who made it work in Modern with the power of Death Cloud!
With the massive Standard shake-up looming, once-popular cards find themselves looking over their shoulders! Ross Merriam shows you how to compare cards that would otherwise fit in the same niche!
Eldrazi Tron has largely displaced G/X Tron decks. Mono-Blue Tron has been relegated to Modern's fringes. But what if Eldrazi Tron decks should be running blue? Today's list might have cracked the code for SCG Louisville!
Gifts Ungiven can be the most skill-testing card in Modern when it's not just finding Unburial Rites and a creature! Ross Merriam highlights an unusual but successful Sultai Trinket Gifts list ahead of SCG Louisville!
The Ross mirror match is going Modern on VS! Tom "The Boss" Ross wields U/R Through the Breach against Ross Merriam and Elves! Will giant tentacle monsters or little green creatures triumph in this SCG Louisville preview?
What a difference a year makes! Infect used to be a Tier 1 Modern deck, but now it makes waves when it does well. Ross Merriam highlights an intriguing Sultai build ahead of SCG Louisville!
What's it really like being a professional Magic player? Ross Merriam talks the highs, the lows, the grind, and above all the necessity of finding balance when Magic is work instead of a release.
When two combo decks collide, the result can be disastrous...or just what each one needed to jump a tier. Could mixing Vengevine and Goryo's Vengeance be your ticket to SCG Louisville glory?
Don't act like you can resist this deck. We all knew this was going to happen when it was first previewed, and I think we can all agree that Grand Prix Washington DC could use a little horseplay at the top tables!