From Around the Web
An unknown hero on Imgur has observed a strange quirk of the art on Islands in MTG…
Pauper was a nearly tier 1 deck in Standard, and most of the key cards are available in a format that’s all commons! Alex Ullman covers the deck over at Gathering Magic.
Lauren Orsini at Forbes explains how to acquire cards in the upcoming MTG Arena.
Plenty of our own players have been busy trying to find the best U/G Merfolk build, but if you’d be remiss if you didn’t check in with the most prolific brewer of them all.
Discarding cards sucks, but it doesn’t feel like it should come up all that often, right? Well, cards that prevent it are often more expensive than you might expensive. DJ Johnson investigates the phenomenon.
It looks like playing a single color may longer be the key to constructing the best aggro deck in Standard.
The master of G/B/x midrange has a unique take on trusty old favorite Jund featuring some spicy new inclusions like Hazoret and Rabblemaster!
PV’s evaluating what each tribe gained from Rivals of Ixalan, and how they might fare in the new format. Vampires looks close…
How good is Kumena? Turns out, VERY good.
Joel tries his hand at cracking some Power in a Cube Draft on Magic Online!
Successfully drafted amulet in RIX limited pic.twitter.com/q3YPIwHhl5
— Edgar Magalhães (@EdgarMTG) January 23, 2018
Good luck #GDS3 contestants! Work hard! Take it seriously! Any one of you could be the winner! (Don't goof around like I did on my essays! [Or maybe you should?])
— Ethan Fleischer (@EthanFleischer) January 20, 2018
This opponent really gets it pic.twitter.com/6mRbgmcV94
— Marshall Sutcliffe (@Marshall_LR) January 23, 2018
Looks like it'll be another late Sunday night in Europe after a Pro Tour watching Tom Brady this year. #GOAT
— William Jensen (@HueyJensen) January 21, 2018
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