From Around the Web
Early reviews of Jace in Modern have been… mixed. But maybe control is the wrong place to look. Kelvin Chew at MTGMintCard believes Bant Knightfall is the right home for Magic’s greatest planeswalker.
How did Hollow One go from a fringe archetype to Top 8 of a Pro Tour? SaffronOlive at MTGGoldfish traces the development of the archetype from its inception to the RNG powerhouse it is now.
Every time you draft, it’s like running an experiment. How you make use of your results can fundamentally affect your chances of success. Katie Roberts at ManaLeak has a novel take on adopting the scientific method to level up your game.
Craig Wescoe apparently misread Bloodbraid Elf’s casting cost and did not realize it isn’t a white card.
James Whitbrook at io9 interviews Dominaria head writer Martha Wells.
If you’re going to keep up in Standard, you’re going to need to prepare for the unique threats in the format.
Frank runs the numbers.
This specific version of Dryad Arbor has been confusing people and causing problems at Magic tournaments for a while now. Should Wizards of the Coast finally just drop the hammer on it?
Play fair with Andrea as he guides you through a Legacy queue on Magic Online with Sultai!
To master Rivals of Ixalan Draft you need to learn to value context correctly, and Joel shows you how with W/B, W/R, and U/W to start!
— Hipsters of the Coast (@HipstersMTG) February 20, 2018
They should ban this version from tournament play. https://t.co/5rB3BjI3ov
— Pat Cox (@wildestnacatl) February 17, 2018
It's the end of the opponent’s turn and you have a Lightning Blast in hand.
You can tell the top card of your deck is Kess since it's warped. If you play it, your opponent might notice and you'd be DQ'd.
What's the play? pic.twitter.com/boTeXW4eSQ
— SCary 🎃 (@stillcary) February 16, 2018
The field is stacked, the stakes are high, and the format is sweet! The Magic Online Championship starts a week from Friday. https://t.co/RByWWR27Q9
— Randy Buehler (@rbuehler) February 21, 2018
Research by William Lamping.