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Top 3 Standard Decks I've Played at Pro Tours

de ChristianS (2018-08-10)

Standard has been pretty dull lately, turbo fog and paradoxical outcome aside. Christian has decided that instead of rehashing the same old broken standard decks sporting a certain whirling goblin, he'd look back at his favorite decks through the ages in this look back at Standard years past.

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Myth & Magic: Dragons

de JohnnyCroat (2018-08-07)

Dragons, in the mythological sense, are a varied species. When used broadly, the word "dragon" consists of several sub-species such as drakes, sea serpents, wurms, and wyverns. In terms of their usage within the fantasy genre, they're often painted as linear one-dimensional characters, perhaps even within the game of Magic. Let's take a quick look at some dragon-related Magic cards, and then look at their mythological cousins, both great and small.

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Tribal Attractions: Hydras

de Kumagoro (2018-08-01)

With its strict, four-faction setting, Ixalan has been a very tribal block, and then Dominaria doubled down with some tribal focus of its own. Time for Kumagoro to have fun with Modern-legal concoctions for some less obvious tribes. In this installment: everyone's favorite polycephalous monstrosities.

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Fallen Empires Strike Back

de SanchoN (2018-07-30)

Ridiculed, despised, and even hated, but never forgotten. The early Magic expansion Fallen Empires has a reputation like few other sets in the history of the game. One thing the once mighty empires of Sarpadia cannot be accused of, though, is being boring. Join us on an archeological dig into the piles of cards from one of the most overprinted and least appreciated products from Wizards of the Coast. Hidden gems and surprises await us under each layer … and perhaps even some of Magic's rarest and most expensive cards.

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You Shall Not Heal: The Skullcrack Story

de Kumagoro (2018-07-27)

Burn is possibly the oldest strategy in the game, dating back to the wild times of "all bolts" decks. Lifegaining is the natural enemy of Burn and Skullcrack is the natural enemy of life gain. But there are others and Kumagoro divulges their short and fascinating history here.

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