By Neal Oliver // 24 Mar, 2017
Pew! Pew! Pew!
Today's deck is the brainchild of a father-and-son team, sporting a powerful mix of some of the best green and white cards in Standard!
Boring? No! Mardu Vehicles may be all too familiar, but the games offer new surprises each time.
G/B Delirium went from prince to pauper in Standard, but with an injection of color might be ready to dominate once again.
Put on your thinking caps—Frank's back with more puzzles!
Without a sudden in the "big two," these rankings represent the final order of the metagame.
What? No Heart? No Gideon? No Saheeli? No Snakes? Is this... Standard?
Check out Reid's Sultai brew packing Aetherworks Marvel and Ishkanah!
These cards are just waiting for a different metagame to dominate once more.
In an established metagame, the most rewarding innovations can be small tweaks that give your tier 1 deck an edge against the field.
Ondrej hung up Temur Tower and switched to 4c Saheeli for GP Barcelona. The deck did have one surprise up its sleeve: it was a blast.
Pascal Maynard heads into a Standard League with the deck Ben Stark took to a Top 8 finish at Grand Prix New Jersey.
With over 100 games of testing under his belt, Mike arrived at this near perfect Mardu list. Check out his tips and sideboard guide!
Brewers have been trying to solve the improvise puzzle since Aether Revolt came out—Tezzeret's Touch took this build to a 5-0 finish.
Liliana disappeared along with Emrakul, but with Thopters, Ballistas, and Toolcraft Exemplars everywhere, she's the perfect addition.
Neal takes this week's brew for a test drive on Magic Online!
Don't be afraid to print "un-fun" cards.
Frank's got a few brain-teasing puzzles—can you figure out how to end the game in one turn?
This is it, folks! Aether Revolt Standard is solved, and you should be playing one of two decks until Amonkhet.
Standard may still be a 2-deck format, but there's room to look for new ideas everywhere.
Wizards declined to ban any cards in Standard. What's it mean for the future of bannings and Standard? Matt Sperling offers his first take.