From Around the Web
Richard Johnson at Bleeding Cool writes about the widely anticipated return of Tibalt… to comics, at least.
Assassin’s Trophy was pegged as one of the most important Constructed cards printed in recent history. Craig Wescoe takes a look at the card’s first impressions on Modern in a new Rock deck.
Some pros have Dimir as the top-rated archetype in Guilds of Ravnica Draft. Martin Dang at MTGMintCard gives you the blueprint on how to draft it.
It’s somehow even more tempting to play Tron in a format where you can’t just sling game-ending Karns around. Why spend all that work on getting to 7 mana if you’re just going to win right away? Wouldn’t you rather cast some Mulldrifters and Mystical Teachings? Kendra Smith shows you all the great ways to exploit one of Magic’s cheesiest land engines in Pauper.
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With black-green dominating Standard, Gabe’s got what he thinks is the best possible list. He brings you a full breakdown and a sideboard guide!
With his studies complete, Andrea’s free to study Standard—and play for a trophy.
One new Guilds of Ravnica card is redefining the Pauper metagame.
Jump into another Guilds of Ravnica Draft with Reid Duke!
This week, Andrea’s got a crazy one: B/R Experimental Frenzy Storm!
Decklist I won with: pic.twitter.com/XS3NzEoMdN
— Nick Prince, Foreboding Fruit (@nicknprince) October 15, 2018
Please ban these folks. https://t.co/9c26xU6f3F
— Gerry Thompson (@G3RRYT) October 15, 2018
Attacking for two https://t.co/O7GnEtyHP0
— Paul Rietzl (@paulrietzl) October 13, 2018
I gotta say, it’s real nice to have Ajani on your team in Arena. When he’s all like, “See for yourself what I see on you,” when you plus him. Hey, thanks cat man! That’s a nice thing to hear. You deserve a treat. 😻
— Maria Bartholdi (@MissMariapants) October 13, 2018
Of the 1-drops recently banned in Legacy, which is the strongest?
— April King (@CubeApril) October 16, 2018
Research by William Lamping.