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Cheerios Combo in Modern (Videos)

Trust Raphael Levy to always have a spicy brew on hand, and this week at TCGPlayer he really goes deep with Cheerios, a Modern combo deck built around Puresteel Paladin and Sram, Senior Edificer. And of course, the eponymous Cheerios: as many zero-mana pieces of equipment as you can find.

Measuring The Memories

Mike Flores at Gathering Magic takes a walk down memory lane as he reviews the historical and contemporary implications of each of Dominaria’s reprints.

The n00bcon X Top 8

Mg kl. at Old School MtG reports on the 10th Old School MtG Championship.

Dominaria Preview: Verdant Force

The original big green fattie! Can you believe this thing was once a reanimation target? Lee Shi Tian at MTGMintCard has the preview.

Ode to Damping Sphere

I’ll refrain from complaining about the headaches that the rarity reveal caused over here, and instead focus just on the gameplay implications. SaffronOlive looks at the new anti-Tron/anti-Storm split card from Dominaria.


Don’t Get Married to Your First Pick. Literally.

In a followup to April 1st’s ChannelFireball: Heart announcement, Frank runs the numbers on one of life’s most difficult problems to solve.

Affinity – Pauper | Channel LSV

LSV battles some more Pauper, this time with artifact lands! This version of Affinity can drop big creatures like Myr Enforcer and Carapace Forger before Flinging an Atog for lethal!

Death & Taxes – Legacy | Channel Mengucci

Andrea is back with another Legacy video! This time he heads into a League on Magic Online with Death & Taxes, the aggressive white prison deck that uses mana denial like Rishadan Port and Wasteland in combination with Thalia, Guardian of Thraben and backs it up with Aether Vial and Stoneforge Mystic.

Elves – Modern | Channel Reid

You don’t need Glimpse to go off with Elves. The Modern version still packs plenty of power with Collected Company and the Devoted Druid/Vizier of Remedies combo.

Deck of the Day: Mono-Red

You can’t really go wrong with a list that went 18-0 at a Grand Prix.

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