From Around the Web
Lauren Orsini at Forbes interviews the Mythic Championship winner.
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Kendra Smith at CoolstuffInc goes through the possible reprints for Modern Horizons.
Marcio Carvalho details his path to the Top 8 of the Mythic Championship.
On his blog, Less Practical Magic, Ari Lax tells you to attack more with Sultai.
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Andrea’s been diving back into Pauper lately, and even though it has fallen out of favor, he’s loving Izzet Delver in the format.
Land an Experimental Frenzy and then unload a frenzy of lands with this week’s Arena Boys list!
Izzet another Top 8? Why yes, yes it is.
It will also benefit combo decks in older formats, among other implications.
Find out which decks outperformed the field (or undershot expectations) at Mythic Championship Cleveland with Tobi’s exhaustive analysis!
Beating Michael loconto https://t.co/SGlumnGQYS
— Paul Rietzl (@paulrietzl) March 13, 2019
I bought this card at my first ever GP because I was blindly copying Olivier Ruel’s CAL list. The vendor laughed at me and I won one match. pic.twitter.com/uMMFurOT9e
— Pat Cox (@wildestnacatl) March 13, 2019
Today's Magic grammar complaint: Why is it "Jace, the Mind Sculptor" and "Dromoka, the Eternal" but "Hazoret the Fervent" and "Tezzeret the Seeker". Can we just get consistent commas?
— Ari Lax (@armlx) March 9, 2019
I don't know what you all are doing in Standard but last night I cast one Banefire for 57 damage and my opponent then went to 3 life, untapped, then milled me out.
— Brian Braun-Duin (@BraunDuinIt) March 8, 2019
“We want to maximize the stress-test of the new mulligan rule” is a fine reason not to touch Looting, but I sure hope that’s the reason.
— Patrick Sullivan (@BasicMountain) March 11, 2019
Research by William Lamping.