From Around the Web
Avinan at Daily Esports covers the new Modern product tease from WotC.
Kendra Smith talks about when to take a break from a format.
Standard is one of the most diverse formats we’ve seen, and Simon Nielsen breaks down all the best options so far.
It’s been a couple weeks of tumult in Magic, and SaffronOlive breaks down the promising and the anxiety-inducing.
Ben Hull at Hareruya explains how to pick decks from a Limited player’s standpoint.
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From Sultai to Control to Wilderness Reclamation, Reid lays out the state of Standard.
And as the metagame slows down, you’ll need to either go bigger or way, way smaller.
The plane of Ravnica has contributed some of the most memorable cards in MTG, and Brian DeMars counts down the 10(+) most important.
Build up an array of artifacts and then convert them into a squad of 5/5 monsters to steamroll your opponent!
One bad tournament, Draft, match, or game doesn’t mean you need to fix everything.
Andrea ports the best tribe from Modern to Legacy for a League on Magic Online!
At the very least, I’ll try and finish higher in the washes-up Hall of Famer turned streamer category. @gabnassif
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) February 2, 2019
— Owen Turtenwald (@OwenTweetenwald) February 2, 2019
— Paulo Vitor (@PVDDR) February 4, 2019
— Brad Nelson (@fffreakmtg) February 5, 2019
I keep seeing arguments about whether Best of One or Best of Three gameplay is better.
I think it's pretty clear that neither of these are the future Magic deserves.
May I present: Best of Two.
— Brian Braun-Duin (@BraunDuinIt) February 1, 2019
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