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I am wondering how 'Everlasting Torment' interacts with creatures with infect; do creatures with infect still retail the ability to give poison counters to players or if the poison effect would be negated due to 'Everlasting Torment'?
School and Magic is a
combination that is often present when someone is playing the game. Today I’m
going to explain at which levels you can find this combination and how to best
deal with it.
Adam Koska brings you a
rogue deck that did well at GP Barcelona and takes the strategy to the next
level. He explains what is important when building rogue decks and why these
decks can be successful under the right circumstances.
Today I wanted to go through a couple cards I feel can go in almost any
EDH deck that would make the deck flow right on threw with no issues.
These cards are going to be what I kinda feel are staples for a good
start on EDH.
Matteo Orsini Jones takes us through a Scars of Mirrodin/Mirrodin Besieged sealed deck on Magic Online. He shares some comprehensive thoughts about both the deck building process 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!
On this week's episode, I sit down to talk
with Mike Pozsgay. Mike is a prominent player on the SCG Open Series
as well as playing on the Pro Tour. Recently he ran afoul of the rules and
caught the Magic world off guard by getting a six month suspension for bribery.
I'll ask him what happened, what it means for his future, and what the Magic
community can learn from his mistakes.
Robert Jurkovic is back from GP Barcelona where he finished just outside
of the money in dramatic fashion. In addition to the tournament report, our Level
6 pro takes you through his playtesting process, shares his sideboarding guide
and suggests possible updates for his Standard deck of choice.
Level 5 pro Richard Bland
brings you his report from GP Barcelona where he posted an impressive 3rd
place finish. Richard details his take on the Standard format, his preparation
leading up to the event and shares the deck he ended up playing.
With Grand Prix Providence just a couple months away, the Grand Prix
Trial season will be kicking off. I'm going to stray from the Standard format
and take a look at a couple budget Legacy decks that will keep you competitive
and not break the bank. So if you have the desire to plunge into Legacy this is
Last time I
wrote about SOM Block Constructed, so this time I'd like to provide you with
more detail on most of the decks that seem to be making the rounds. The format
is actually fairly diverse, and since I've been playing it a lot lately, I've seen
more and more decks become popular and other new archetypes come into creation.