From Around the Web
This is an underappreciated issue: we’ve seen some of the high profile cheaters in the game on camera, but not once was it their opponent who sounded the alarm. Rudy Briksza at Gathering Magic shows you how to protect yourself from being cheated.
Yam Wing Chun at MTGMintCard writes about his deck selection process.
Seth Manfield at TCGPlayer has some new lists cooked up with Goblins, Karn, Llanowar Elves, Mox Amber, and more!
The first reviews are in!
The Dominaria Buy-a-Box promo caused some controversy.
Could Wizards finally be a competitive tribe?
Reid Duke returns to his trusty standby as he continues to update and tune Jund for the Modern metagame in a League on Magic Online.
Commander aficionado and judge Eric Levine breaks down the new Standard Commander variant introduced today by Wizards of the Coast.
Two-color lands improve your consistency, but make it harder to curve out. What’s the optimal balance? Frank runs the numbers.
Verix Bladewing is the perfect intersection between a decent midgame card and a potent late-game threat!
I don't understand how the question as to whether or not to shake your opponents have in magic is an ongoing conversation.
— Jon Finkel (@Jonnymagic00) March 26, 2018
— Owen Turtenwald (@OwenTweetenwald) March 21, 2018
— Tom Ross (@Boss_MTG) March 26, 2018
— Matt Costa (@mattccosta) March 23, 2018
Can my #signaturespellbook just be 8 copies of Lingering Souls?
— Tom Martell (@tommartell) March 24, 2018
Research by William Lamping.