Hello Everyone! My name is Joe, and I’d like to welcome you to the first installment of our new weekly article series: Fan Favorite Friday! Every week I’ll be looking at a card from Magic’s vast, wondrous history and discussing what makes it special. There will be interviews, testimonials, and interesting historical tidbits. The best
It’s that time… No, you can keep your pants on this time. Today we’re going to do a health check on the modern format. There have been some exciting changes recently with the unbanning of Jace, the Mind Sculptor and Bloodbraid Elf and the release of Dominaria. Did these changes have an impact on the format? Let’s take a look. By
Ah, the beautiful city of Seattle, where the rain never stops, and the rules don’t apply. If you’ve never been to Seattle for a Grand Prix, or even just to visit, I highly recommend going. I’ve been to quite a few Grand Prix now, and Seattle is definitely high up there on my must-see list.
GP Seattle was a roller coaster of ups and downs resulting in a 5-3 finish in the Standard portion. One win off of making day 2 is a pretty bad beating but getting enough planeswalker points to have 2 byes for the next year is definitely something I am looking forward to. The deck I chose
Seattle was a big success due in part to choosing Mono Red Sneak Attack as my deck of choice. Playing Legacy at a Grand Prix level is a huge undertaking, I choose to play Mono-Red Sneak Attack over Mono-Red Prison or Elves, these decks would be great against a competitive meta, but I felt were