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I want to use my Shapesharers ability targeting itself and copying a Beastbreaker of Bala Ged with 4 level counters on it. Will my Shapesharer be a Level 4 BoBG or a Level 0?
Can you please explain the equipping process? Specifically when my opponent can respond and when the costs need to be paid. For example, I announce that I am going to equip my creature with a Piston Sledge but he destroys the creature in response. Do I still have to pay the cost to equip? If so, can I choose a different creature to equip without sacrificing another artifact?
Today I want to show you
what an average day in the life of a Magic Online grinder looks like. I will
try to experiment a little with the form of draft walkthroughs - give you a
brief overview of the way I navigated the drafts, key turning points and a few
"what did I learn" summary points. As a bonus, I give you my thoughts
on New Phyrexia Limited.
Today we'll be taking a look at the full spoiler of New Phyrexia, yes,
all 175 cards which were leaked last week. Of course, we'll also be
talking about Jace, the Ban Hammer Sculptor, what happen to the decks
playing him or not playing him at National Qualifiers, and maybe, how
players will be beating it a month from now. So let's draw.
Matteo Orsini Jones takes us through a Mirrodin Besieged/Scars of Mirrodin 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!
GP London is fast
approaching, and as little love as I have for the current sealed format, it is
the format of the GP, and thus, it demands practice. In this article I will
open up a sealed pool and discuss the deck-building process as I examine the
What am I playing for National Qualifiers? No Jace, the Mind Sculptors and no Primeval Titans, that's for sure! I'm not really a huge fan of either Valakut, Caw-Blade, or RUG. I also decided that I don't want to play a straight out, inconsistent, aggro build. So... what do I play? Boros!
I've decided on Boros for a couple of reasons:
am sure over the next few weeks there will be much discussion over New
Phyrexia, so for today I'll just look at what I believe to be the top 10
commons and uncommons that will have the most impact on the NMS draft format.
In this installment of
Battle School, Adam Koska battles against level 7 mage
Jeremy Neeman. The two pros cover one of the most important matchups of the
current Standard format and play 20 games against each other. They identify key
plays, share their sideboarding strategies, update the decklists, and tell you
how to win the matchup. If you're looking to master the Standard format, this
is the article series for you!
As some of you may know
from a past article, I am a Mexican player. The qualifying season for Nationals
has started. Some qualify by being on the National Team or by rating, others via
a regional national qualifier, this year some people will qualify in the local
qualifier of a WPN store and some others in the last chance qualifiers. Here in
Mexico, the main tournament organizer announced 5 regional qualifiers; 2 of
them on the same date and the other 2 unreachable for me (because of distance).