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    It's Friday. V3 is dead, V4 is here. Is it time to sell out? (No - reasons why in the article.) We have prices, news, opinion, decklists with M15 cards and a visit from the bomb squad, all inside!
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    O Tannenbaum, O Tannenbaum! Your branches green delight us! / They are green while a zombie's black. They are green while the snow's white. / O Tannenbaum, O Tannenbaum! You give us so much mana!
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    Pauper is experiencing a down turn. Alex takes a stab at why that might be and also provides some ways to bring the format back to its former glory.
    SpikeBoyM
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    For this week we go over basic deckbuilding techniques and some of the troublesome cards that plague the casual format and what to do about them.
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    In this episode we discuss Gaddock Teeg, Kruphix the god himself and the league that Nate and his friends have created. Mike has a sudden disappearance halfway through and Nick is on vacation. let's Rock!
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    The Larch! The Pine! The Giant Redwood tree! The Sequoia! The Little Whopping Rule Tree! We'd sing, sing, sing!
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    I've noticed a pattern from Wizards of the Coast, where they totally redo the look and feel of a product that doesn't need it, and may be harmed by it. Here's my thoughts on the matter.
    Felorin
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    So I had this idea for a deck that I thought might be fun to play, using graveyard recursion critters and Smallpox. Since pox decks are usually suicidal MBC variants, naturally this deck has lots of hand disruption. As I was testing and tweaking, because I use Unhinged basic lands, and played a Turn One IoK, one opponent got all salty and accused me of trolling casual players with my "$300 deck", and told me to go to the Tourney Practice lobby. ...
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    In this article, gwyned breaks down the Magic 2015 Core Set for Standard Pauper. How will this wedding of new and old affect the format? In Part Two, he analyzes the rest of the top new cards and finishes off the article with a look at what's borrowed and what's blue in Magic 2015. All this and more, after the link.
    gwyned
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    The vintage crowd has been busy come on in to see what you've missed!
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    TRIBAL APOCALYPSE, the only LEGACY TRIBAL WARS tournament in the whole wide world. The Tribal format, the Tribal players, the Tribal decks, and everything else. In this installment: Kaleidoscope lives! Also: the best 10 creatures from M15!
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    My first article in a series of a Budget world, decks and musings, with occasional peptalk.
    Gordani
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    a small child extensively reviews the white based aggro archetypes including monowhite, W/r, W/g, W/u, and W/b. Inside you'll find a comprehensive overview of strategy, pick priorities, draft strategy and gameplay advice.
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    Whiff wants to go fast in a Vintage Daily Event. Come on in to see him pilot the imperfect storm.
    whiffy
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    Saprolings! Those weird, sometimes cute, sometimes terrifying and always plentiful little buggers that have been a part of Magic's history since Fallen Empires. They are either made of fungus or plant-based material and can sprout from treefolk or fungi. They are the embodiment of vegetation!
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    Finally I was able to conclude my GP: Richmond report, and added on a bonus report for a local PTQ that fired recently. I still think Tarmo Twin is a powerful deck, see if you should play it at your next modern event!
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    Today we take an in depth look at UR Delver and see how this budget deck for under $100 is a great choice for those looking to dive into Legacy without breaking the bank.
    magma728
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    This week, we're going to look at UWR once again, and we're going into a somewhat weaker, but VERY fun portion of this Numot pie - aggressive builds. If you enjoy playing along the blurred line of aggro-control, Blue-based Midrange, and straight up aggro, this week is for you.
    walkerdog
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    The yearly offering of Duels of the Planeswalkers is out on the platforms. Released to coincide with the newest version of Magic: the Gathering online, how does this arcade version of Magic stack up? Check inside for a review of the game!
    JXClaytor
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    With the advent of Vintage Masters, many powerful cards have drastically dropped in price and become legal in Classic Heirloom. Let's see just how many decks can become viable, or even break the format.
    magma728
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    This week Marcos talks about the M15 paper Prerelease experience he had, dissects the pool and explains the deck he built, and talks about whether the seeded packs are a good or bad thing.
    MarcosPMA
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    Commander: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the tournament SUNCOM. Its mission: to explore strange new game states, to seek out new massive token generations and new crazy mana ramps, to boldly go where no MTG player has gone before.
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    This week, IYankemDDS reports on his experience playing in the MTGO Anniversary Finals in a format he had literally no experience with - Modern Masters!
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    It's an exciting week - but Pete is buried under work for his real world job. Instead, he wrote (well in advance) this article on five ridiculously common and totally avoidable errors that cost MTGO players games, matches and packs. Failing to play around a trick is a mistake, and miclicks happen, but the five errors listed here are inexcusable.
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    With my first PureMTGO article, I'd like to dive into why you should be putting your forests, mountains, and islands all in the same deck.