From Around the Web
Michael Flores at CoolStuffInc has a new midrange Orzhov deck.
Now that we have Hallowed Fountain in the mix, Riley Knight at TCGPlayer takes a look at how to build an Esper Control deck in Standard.
Jason Wilson at Venture Beat finally picks up Magic.
Morgan McLaughlin at Face-to-Face Games looks at some of RNA’s biggest hits.
Martin Dang talks about the road to the Mythic Championships.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
Assassin’s Trophy hasn’t become the dominant force we all expected, but it’s still an important card in every format.
Every prerelease brings with it copious amounts of hype, but plenty of cards never live up to their promise.
If you want to break into the top levels of Magic, where do you start?
Andrea Mengucci heads into another Legacy League with Mono-Red Prison, now with Legion Warboss!
Each has its advantages.
I wouldn’t invest your life savings in mox opals, it’s going to have to go eventually
— Paul Rietzl (@paulrietzl) January 21, 2019
One of these cards is not like the others… pic.twitter.com/HetRep6bHg
— Tom Martell (@tommartell) January 20, 2019
— Martin Jůza (@MartinJuza) January 21, 2019
Today, @GavinVerhey asked people to name their all-time favorite Limited commons. As I am such a good helper, I thought I could use the wisdom of crowds to help him out.
What’s the most fun Limited common of all-time?
— April King (@CubeApril) January 24, 2019
Watching Brady and the Pats is like watching Reid play Jund/BGx. You don’t know how, but they’re always going to win. Just the best.
— Griffin Lussier (@griffinzoth) January 21, 2019
Research by William Lamping.