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Jonas presents 4 decks for
players who want to start playing Legacy but are on a tight budget. The decks
he discusses are fairly cheap but at the same time have the potential to do well
in a competitive environment.
product review, Pavel takes a look at the 5 Commander decks and gives you an
introduction to this diplomatic and fun multiplayer format. Pavel
identifies Commander cards that have the potential to see play in Legacy and helps you
with finding the Commander deck best suited for your play style.
have a special guest - Kamil Beer, director of the Magic movie “Tap:
Max's Game”. So instead of talking about the ins and outs of Standard or Limited,
I would like to unveil this unique project to those of you who haven't heard
about it yet.
With the news of Jace, the Mind Sculptor and Stoneforge Mystic being banned, lots of competitive players are in a scramble to find the next best thing for this coming season of Standard. While the original competitive decks, RUG, Valakut, Vampires, and a weakened but not destroyed Boros, are still going to be active in tournament play, there are going to be a lot of capable new decks available in response to Jace being unable to render them useless.
After the B&R
announcement, players have finally been given the freedom to explore new
avenues of deckbuilding in Standard. In this article, I'll go over the outline
of the new format and look at the main contenders to the freshly-vacated throne
of Standard while trying to envision how they will adapt to the new world
Lucas Florent takes us through a NPH/MBS/SoM 8-4 draft queue on Magic Online. He shares some comprehensive thoughts about both the picks and the games, and talks us through each step of the way! If you're looking to improve your Limited game, this is the article series for you!
Petr tackles the post-ban Standard format and
provides food for thought with various decklists for what he thinks will be
some of the most promising strategies. The level 4 Pro tries to define a
preliminary metagame for the new old format and gives you his thoughts on
What's the extent of cards that Spellskite can redirect to it? Does Spellskite have to be a legal target in order to redirect the spell/ability, or can it redirect something like Mana Leak to itself?
Me and a friend came up with this crazy interaction at 3AM, and couldn't figure it out because of the complexity.
Here's the situation:
My opponent controls Tezzeret, Agent of Bolas and a Spellskite. I also control a Spellskite. My opponent uses Tezzeret's -1 ability targeting his own Spellskite, and I attempt to redirect with my Spellskite by paying U.
My opponent redirects Tezz's ability back to his own Spellskite, also paying U.
Today, I'm going to talk
about the current Limited format, which I'm actually enjoying quite a lot. I'm
going to give you some basic rules and tell you what to avoid when drafting NPH/MBS/SoM. I've
also been winning at it quite a lot, which makes me want to write about it a