From Around the Web
The biggest story from last week, Vorthos Mike at CoolStuffInc published a letter signed by 33 artists (at time of this publication) explaining why they have decided to boycott MagicFests.
Mashi and Denis fielded questions on behalf of CFB Events last week, including a response to the artist boycott.
It’s no longer the monolithic entity it once was, but Golgari Midrange is still one of the most important presences in the format. Seth Manfield at TCGPlayer gives you the keys to the archetype.
Simon Nielsen at Snapcardster extols the virtues of an unexpectedly aggressive 0/3.
Sean Brown at MTGoldfish looks at the shape of the Legacy metagame.
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Adrian Sullivan’s GP-winning Jeskai list was an innovative take on the archetype. PV takes a look at his build and offers his suggestions.
Cut Snapcasters for Rest in Peace? It might not be as crazy as it sounds.
There are no more Standard events on the horizon, but that shouldn’t stop you from playing one of the most fun and diverse Standards yet.
PT Top 8 competitor and Wizards R&D member Melissa DeTora joins Will to talk about the importance of having fun at the highest level.
LSV ports Guilds of Ravnica’s hottest new red flyer into Legacy with a blue-red Delver shell!
— Ben Weitz (@bsweitz123) November 24, 2018
— Reid Duke (@ReidDuke) November 22, 2018
— Matt Sperling (@sickofit) November 27, 2018
No changes to any format. Clearly the right call, good job R&D.
— Andrew Elenbogen (@Ajelenbogen) November 26, 2018
Boyfriend, who just started playing Magic, building a deck on #mtgarena: Can you tell me the bad cards to take out of this deck?
Me: Take out the card that literally has “trash” in the name.#wotcstaff
— Melissa DeTora (@MelissaDeTora) November 27, 2018
Research by William Lamping.