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There’s something wrong with my Blinkmoth Nexus… – PTQ Manchester Report *1st* by Sebastian Parker

There’s something wrong with my Blinkmoth Nexus… – PTQ Manchester Report *1st* by Sebastian...

Playing a reactive deck in an unknown environment is rarely good, but I hadn't seen anything in Mirrodin Besieged that I thought would shake up the Valakut/Jace control/Swarm Aggro metagame so I played UB control...
Shared Discovery – Extended’s Lands Part 1 by Rob Wagner

Shared Discovery – PTQ Ramblings by Rob Wagner

Hi all! I've been focusing a lot on Extended recently as it is the PTQ format and what I have for you is a quick breakdown of my experiences in three PTQs...
Of UW and Other Drugs by Chris Fernandez

Of UW and Other Drugs by Chris Fernandez

Hello everybody and welcome to another article by moi. Today we are going to talk about the many flavors of UW Control decks, both in Standard and Extended...

PTQ Nagoya – Nottingham Sunday 20th February 2001 by Dave Sissions

Hi Everyone, heres some info on the up and coming Extended Ptq. Please PREBOOK ASAP.
Releasing the Siege! A story about love, victory, solace, friendship, women, respect and some tips for the up-and-comers by Chris Fernandez

Releasing the Siege! A story about love, victory, solace, friendship, women, respect and some...

For now, however, I will focus on my Pre-Release experience and the upcoming Grand Prix/Pro Tours which will be on February 9th in Paris. So, let's go.
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UWC at your FNM…. by Dan Stokes

Before I delve into the complexities of my card slinging on friday night I should probably talk to you a little bit about my deck and why I chose it.
Crucible of Words: Extended in the New Year by Cyrus Bales

Crucible of Words: Extended Besieged by Cyrus Bales

With the newest set of cards, Mirrodin Besieged, about to become legal in extended with PTQ's just weeks away, there will of course be a clamour for new cards as they impact the format.

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