From Around the Web
Andreas Peterson at MTGMintCard explains his tactics for drafting Cube.
Jim Davis at CoolStuffInc has a closer look at Mono-Blue Tempo, the format’s oft-forgotten but still potent dark horse choice.
Compared to Magic Online, Arena is the wild west of metagaming. Adam Yurchick at MTGGoldfish takes a look at how it should change your approach.
With all this talk about Arena, Vintage hasn’t gotten much love lately. Jon Dyer at MTGGoldfish has a full breakdown of one of the format’s best combo decks, Paradoxical Outcome Storm.
Shane “TheWolf” Garvey at PureMTGO compares Arena to Magic Online to guess how the two platforms’ futures will play out.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
Recognizing when you have an advantage and learning how to press it is one of the most important skills in Magic.
PV’s back to rank the decks of Modern from easiest to hardest to master!
Head into a Modern Cube Draft alongside the master himself, LSV!
Marshall and Luis welcome their friend and Play Design team member Paul Cheon to the show to talk Cubing, Limited design, and more!
Join Andrea for a quick recap of the best performing decks for the World Magic Cup!
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) December 21, 2018
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) December 20, 2018
-arena is great, I’m actually enjoying playing precons and haven’t played much UMA which is insane
-can we still have team limited events?
-I don’t like best of one at all
-still holding out hope that MPL can be symbiotic with paper mythic events
— Paul Rietzl (@paulrietzl) December 20, 2018
This is what esports looked like when I started playing magic, and it was great. Now that we are esports too, can we please bring back that sweet late '90s BW attire? pic.twitter.com/pzRWo6xaN6
— Lucas Berthoud (@bertuuuu) December 26, 2018
uh. we're good pic.twitter.com/2wk93ZuF0H
— ChannelFireball (@ChannelFireball) December 24, 2018
Research by William Lamping.