Best of The Web
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Raphael Levy at Hareruya shows you the ropes with Rakdos Sacrifice.
Terence at MTGAZone does a deep dive on the metagame from the DreamHack open.
David Sharman at MTGPrice looks at what foils could gain in price in the near future.
Best of CFB
— Carlos Romao (@Jabsmtg) February 27, 2020
Is Mono-White Heliod actually good in Pioneer now or is this some sort of mass hysteria? I've never been impressed playing against the deck, but it's racking up wins on MTGO.
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) March 4, 2020
I understand wanting to give people notice but if you already know the changes, I’d rather know them as soon as possible https://t.co/wx9qARvml2
— Emily⚡️ (@veesa_mtg) March 2, 2020
This weekend at the GP I was dead on board with 1 forest untapped and got to untap with outs. DEFINITELY don't assume opponents will find alpha strike – they could miss it or you could have the math wrong just say go see what they attack with. https://t.co/cWMaX4irTq
— Matt Sperling (@sickofit) March 2, 2020
This feels like an easy "You go back to PT1 with modified Standard and play Necro with 4 copies of Demonic Consultation." https://t.co/ENbZ65ee3r
— Brian David-Marshall (@Top8Games) March 4, 2020