From Around the Web
Sean Brown at MTGGoldfish talks about how Masters 25 makes some of Legacy’s offbeat decks a little easier to acquire.
There’s a consensus building that Bloodbraid Elf was the more impactful unbanning. Jund is certainly the most obvious option, but Bloodbraid can power up a number of strategies. Lee Shi Tian at MTGMintCard looks at some of the most enticing ways to cast a Bloodbraid Elf.
Kerry Meyerhoff at ManaLeak writes about perhaps the least real deck ever created.
MTG Arena might spell a new future for Magic as a viable eSport. Neale Talbot at TCGPlayer takes a close look at how MTG Arena could help Magic make a quantum leap.
We’re a fan of What’s the Play scenarios here at CFB, and Rudy Briksza at GatheringMagic has a tough one from Legacy Grixis Delver.
Yes, style points do count.
We got our first look at how the pros would approach post-ban Modern. Riley has the highs, the lows, and everything in between!
Take on another Rivals of Ixalan Draft alongside Ben Stark!
There’s a new combo deck in town and it’s extra explosive.
Slivers lacks the explosiveness of Pauper’s premier tribal deck, Elves, but it also lacks their susceptibility to sweepers!
The probability of @MatthewNass going from 1 to 4 Hollow One (accounting for Street Wraith possibilities) is 0.0061%, or once every 16,294 such Cathartic Reunions. #SomeoneCallFrankKarsten https://t.co/hhnRujLL4v
— Frank Karsten (@karsten_frank) March 1, 2018
(2/2) I'm a huge fan of Butakov and I'm proud to have him represent the MOCS Series and MTGO. Hope to make it back and challenge him again someday.
— Reid Duke (@ReidDuke) March 5, 2018
A great Magic family: @mtg_ianduke and @ReidDuke go over one of @Jaberwocki's #mtgochamp games with him, watching the replay and discussing lines at various spots. Pretty awesome. 🙂 #WotCStaff pic.twitter.com/0spttfgfyc
— Lee Sharpe, Thane of Red Fell (@mtg_lee) March 4, 2018
Research by William Lamping.