This Week in Magic
A pair of Grand Prix, and a pair of worthy champions as thousands drafted Modern Horizons last weekend.
From Around the Web
Diego Richitui at Gamasutra explains the differences between Arena and tabletop from a design perspective.
MTG begins dinosaur revival with Core Set 2020 Marauding Raptor
Danny Forster at DotEsports covers a spicy new Dinosaur.
Jeremy Langevin at FlipsideGaming details his deck.
Christopher Brunner looks at how War of the Spark can add to Esper in Legacy.
Sarah Zyla on Proven Combatants writes about why competitive Magic feels hollow.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
Karn has transformed Vintage, and Andrea breaks down all the fallout.
Modern Horizons has likeways changed Modern forever, and Gabriel Nassif highlighted several of the new brews.
Tobi Henke provided an incredible statistical breakdown from Standard at GP Kansas City, a must-read for anyone headed to a large Standard tournament this weekend.
Grixis – Standard | Channel Reid
Arena Boys: Boros Feather
— James Hsu (@james_hsu) June 19, 2019
3. Us midlevel pros aren't complaining for enjoyment, but are doing it to instill change in the @wizards_magic competitive policies. We want them (and you all) to know that the drive for greatness in the game is what brought thousands of us to the table. We are the content 3/
— Shaheen Soorani (@shaheenmtg) June 11, 2019
Is this card real? Seems a little above the curve 😂 It could also pretty easily see modern play as sort of a Phyrexian Negator sb card. You mulled to 5 to get a Leyline? Cool, now can you deal with a 3 mana 7/6? pic.twitter.com/50oyPumzlE
— Martin Jůza (@MartinJuza) June 19, 2019
It's gonna take a LOT of work to justify putting Orzhov Guildgate into my constructed decks now, but I am up for the challenge. https://t.co/1ZsvuDGo01
— Brian Braun-Duin (@BraunDuinIt) June 19, 2019
If you have a second, we would love some feedback about the changes we made to coverage this weekend! https://t.co/7XOLSiqxXl
— ChannelFireball (@ChannelFireball) June 16, 2019