From Around the Web
If you’re a gamer, you’re probably familiar with Kotaku. The gaming news website recently ran an illuminating piece on Mark Rosewater, so check it out!
How many matches does it take to find the best list? We know a 10-game set isn’t enough but… this is ridiculous. Magnus Lantto played 500 matches of Death’s Shadow to find the optimal Death’s Shadow build.
Modern’s a diverse format with dozens of viable options. But how do you separate the wheat from the chaff? Seth Manfield at TCGplayer ranks the best options in the format.
It’s a bit of a slow period as we wait for a new Standard format, and Stjepan Sucic helps you while away the meantime with a full teardown of the latest sweet Limited format, Modern Masters 2017.
Have a friend you’d like to introduce to your favorite game? Morgan Wentworth at Gathering Magic gives you some tips on how to get them into Magic.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
OK, I admit this one was a little cathartic. It’s hard to express just how much goes on during coverage and how tough it can be to put together a full show. It’s fun, exhausting, frustrating, and never dull. PV brings you a peek behind the camera as he prepped for coverage in his hometown.
Ondřej picks the brain of Legacy great Tomas Mar to unlock the secrets of a crazy new Legacy control brew.
Brian DeMars takes a closer look at an issue that is dividing the Magic community: are these Masterpieces cool enough?
Want to crush your MM3 Drafts? Neal breaks down the best deck in the format from top to bottom.
Flashback Friday? https://t.co/3ywVN4ZRmt
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) March 24, 2017
I'm looking forward to when they run out of cool cards for Masterpieces and have to dig deep. I can't wait for my Giant Spider Monsterpiece.
— Brian Braun-Duin (@BraunDuinIt) March 29, 2017
— Cats On Mats (@CatsOnMats) March 27, 2017
Congratulations to the winner of Grand Prix Orlando: pic.twitter.com/3aE5pmvGYX
— Mishra's Photoshop (@MishrasFotoshop) March 27, 2017
"Furthermore, Delirium and Cycling is a combo because it's a way to get vario" [continues on for 500 words]–every article in April.
— Patrick Sullivan (@BasicMountain) March 27, 2017
Research by William Lamping.