From Around the Web
Ixalan is teeming with Magic’s newest, most dangerous tribe, and Freyalise at MTG Mint Card counts down the best of them.
Pauper is about to see some big changes with two new sets entering the format, and Alex Ullman at Gathering Magic analyzes their implications.
Between Duress and Spell Pierce, Ixalan‘s reprints pack a punch. Riley Knight looks at all of the returning hits in the newest set.
Meet the National teams of England Ireland, and Scotland care of Graeme Mclntyre at mtgUK.
You just have to see this one to believe it.
Reid tries his hand at the Modern Cube!
Every deck you brew in the new format will live and die at the same starting point: your mana base.
Paulo knows a thing or two about synergistic, blue-black tribal decks.
Why bother cheating small-time creatures like Primeval Titan into play when you can aim high with the biggest creature of them all?
Guy stopped my mom at the hardware store wearing a worlds hoodie with my name stitched on it and said "boy, he's having an awful season"
— Owen Turtenwald (@OwenTweetenwald) September 18, 2017
I think I found my favorite card in the new limited format pic.twitter.com/HnKzXz21yv
— Martin Juza (@Juzam_) September 18, 2017
Goodnight, sweet prince pic.twitter.com/ZDGgZCo3Dg
— Sam Pardee (@Smdster) September 17, 2017
— gabriel nassif (@gabnassif) September 17, 2017
Very unpopular opinion, but to get more players and viewers, limited shouldnt exist in the most important MTG events (PTs and Worlds)
— Willy Edel (@bazardebagda) September 16, 2017
Research by William Lamping.