Love making lots of decisions, immense power and control over the game you’re playing? Then Alchemy Grixis Midrange is the deck for you!
Shouta Yasooka’s Alchemy Jeskai Mill could be a sleeper for the best deck in the format, playing a control game with a turbo mill wincon!
Andrea Mengucci and his team made the right metagame call with Alchemy Mono-White Aggro, tuned for Naya Runes as well as the mirror match!
Reid Duke and his team took Alchemy Orzhov Venture to the Set Championship, aiming to take down Naya Runes with some buffed venture cards.
Reid almost registered one of his own brews, GW Ramp, for the Neon Dynasty Set Championship, with a potential infinite turn combo in it!
Looking to beat Alchemy and Standard’s most popular deck, Naya Runes? Try out Martin Juza’s tuned Izzet Dragons list with Mind Flayers!
Thanks to Forsaken Crossroads, Naya Enchantress is a reality in Alchemy in two different flavors: Runes or using Michiko’s Reign of Truth!
Mono-Red Aggro has been on the fringes since rotation, but Neon Dynasty has brought enough new tools to make it a tier deck again!
Is GW Ramp in Alchemy viable? Reid’s refined his original brew during Kamigawa spoiler season and thinks it has some serious chops!
Now with some reps under his belt, Martin’s looking back at his Alchemy RB Midrange build to see where there’s room for improvement!
Andrea Mengucci’s saying farewell to the old Alchemy UW Control and hello to Kamigawa’s newest version, using Farewell as a premium sweeper!
With Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty coming soon, Martin’s eager to try out Nashi and some actually good one-drops in Alchemy RB Midrange!
Alchemy Ramp has a ton of potential in the new Standard, with Settle the Wilds combining with Shigeki from Neon Dynasty for a ton of options.
Dragons was already a strong archetype in Alchemy, but the addition of legendary Dragons like Atsushi and Junji can make it even better!
Alrund’s Epiphany isn’t good enough to get the job done in Alchemy, but copying Tasha’s Hideous Laughter can end the game just as well!
Looking to slam some high impact permanents and have a ton of fun? Alchemy BG Midrange may be the deck for you after the nerfs!
While Boros, Izzet, Gruul and Rakdos Dragons all have their own upsides, sometimes streamlining to Mono-Red is the best way to go in Alchemy!
Arne left his trusty Esper Control at home for the Arena, instead choosing Alchemy UR Control for a $2,500 cash prize and 8-1 finish!
Black and red are both incredibly strong in Alchemy, and Rakdos Midrange combines the best of both worlds with removal and discard!
Alchemy Clerics has become one of the best decks in the format, able to have explosive starts or grind out long games.
Why did Grinning Ingus get banned instead of nerfed in Alchemy? Frank Karsten explores what he believes is an “iconic” card!
With new Alchemy sets and an Alchemy Metagame Challenge on the horizon, now’s the best time to stomp face with Mono-Green Aggro!
With Alchemy: Neon Dynasty just entering the format, Reid takes a look at the latest deck lists in his updated Alchemy Power Rankings.
The new Alchemy: Kamigawa set has taken the format by storm, with Painful Bond and other new cards making Rakdos Midrange even better!
Arne almost registered this Invoke Calamity combo deck for the Set Championship, aiming to surprise the opponent with a Body of Research!
Martin Juza faced this Alchemy Golgari Midrange deck during the Set Championship, and thinks it has potential in the new metagame!
The Neon Dynasty Set Championship drastically shook up the Alchemy format, and Reid’s taking a look in his latest Alchemy Power Rankings!
Sick of losing to the enchantment menace? Try out Martin Juza’s Alchemy Izzet Dragons deck, tuned to beat Naya Runes with some new tech!
One part combo, one part mill! Alchemy Jeskai Mill aims to live until it can turbo mill the opponent with a copied Tasha’s Hideous Laughter!
Alchemy: Neon Dynasty is still on the horizon, but Reid’s taking a look at the initial Neon Dynasty Alchemy impact in his Power Rankings!