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Tournament Report & Decklists from Manaleak’s Modern Win-a-Box 12/10/19

Modern has been through a turbulent time the last few months, with Hogaark dominating the MSQ scene, followed by some (mostly) well received B&R...

A Beginner’s Guide to Unlocking the Secrets of Cryptic Command (Blog...

A Beginner's Guide to Unlocking the Secrets of Cryptic Command I started playing Magic: the Gathering right when Return to Ravnica came out. While I began...

Building for Success: UWR Control with Mark Pinder

Building for Success: UWR Control with Mark Pinder Recently I had become a bit disenfranchised with Magic, I’d not won an event in a few...

Standard Competition Reports – UWR and Esper Control by Ru Macdonald

Standard Competition Reports - UWR and Esper Control by Ru Macdonald   I have recently attended three Standard Tournaments at Spellbound Games. I have smooshed the...

Deck Tech: BUG Control in Standard by Roy Raftery

When Return to Ravnica debuted I was all over my favourite shard and strategy, Grixis control. To my friends dismay and disgust...

RUG Delver: From Legacy to Modern – Crucible of Words with...

Modern is a very interesting format with a lot of decks, and people are often building new decks, or porting old ones from different formats. I decided that whilst I liked the RUG Delver deck that sprung up at the end of last season, I wanted to play something closer to the Legacy version, so I tried to construct a direct port to see if it would work.

Reading the Runes – Blame It On The Boogie with Chris...

What happens when you push creatures and give them awesome Tempo tools?

Shared Discovery – 4 Colour Control in Standard by Rob Wagner

How're you enjoying the current Standard format? I present a Draw-Go deck using some of the most powerful cards, and discuss potential options for the deck.

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