From Around the Web
It seems like every voice in Magic piped up on this topic, and Kerry Meyerhoff at ManaLeak weighs in on the great handshake debate.
All three of Magic’s major competitive Constructed formats are a blast right now, and Seattle offered a rare opportunity to play two of them! Seth Manfield showed you a little of his preparation for Standard and Legacy.
Charlie Hall at Polygon interviewed Mark Rosewater who showcased some new legends.
SaffronOlive at MTGGoldfish, with the reveal of Naba, Dean of Iteration, does a deep dive on the best abilities worth copying from across the long history of Wizards in Magic.
Joep Meddens at Old School MTG has a tournament report with a crazy deck featuring Ernham Djinn, Unstable Mutation, and Berserk at The Hill Giant Cup.
Ghosting is a controversial topic, and Marshall breaks it down today on the channel after popular streamer Micheal Jacob was ghosted in the finals of a Pauper Challenge on MTGO, sparking a community debate on the topic.
As Pauper gets more and more popular, the format needs some safeguards to keep it healthy.
Reid takes a break from Jund to bring back a pet favorite with Tarmogoyf, Blood Moon, Ancestral Vision, Jace, and Cryptic Command!
Pauper was a huge hit at Grand Prix Phoenix—thanks to everyone who checked out our booth and met with us!
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) March 31, 2018
Was going to tweet something about how great Jimi Hendrix was, but he didn’t win an RPTQ today like Jake Mondello did so how about that Mondello.
— Metaling Mage (@meddlingmage) April 2, 2018
I did a metagame breakdown and mini-analysis of today's Modern MOCS pic.twitter.com/GiLSeNX2np
— Logan Nettles (@Jaberwocki) April 2, 2018
— Logan Nettles (@Jaberwocki) March 21, 2018
On #MTGO, limited PTQs require going 4-1 or 5-0 in a prelim to advance to the Swiss finals. Constructed you can join the finals right away, but the events are getting larger and longer. But many hate two steps. Should we switch constructed? #LeePoll #WotCStaff
— Lee Sharpe, Thane of Red Fell (@mtg_lee) March 27, 2018
Research by William Lamping.