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  • 10,281
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    I've been intending to give Slivers a try in Modern for some time. With the arrival of new Slivers in M15 and an exciting list from a PTQ to work with it seems like a good time to give it a go.
    olaw
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    It's Friday! It was Announcement Day! at Wizards, so we have lots of news. We also had a twitter storm after Aaron Forsythe (legally) cast Cone of Flame in a Standard match, surprising a lot of people. Niels Noorlander won the MTGO Championship, and we are seeing even more new archetypes in Standard, Modern and even the other eternal formats. And Pete looks at options for handling bulk cards - all just a click away.
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    Welcome to the very first set of the very last 3-set block in Magic history!
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    Without any official announcements a new item appeared in the shop - the new Planeswalker Deck Pack II. Because nobody knew any details, I bought one and did some research.
    pfirpfel
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    Kumagoro's usual assessment of all the new creatures from the latest core set... that he managed to write and submit in a timely fashion, for once!
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    The following article has be republished with permission by the author, Ted Knutson.
    JXClaytor
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    You hear about it in articles and on message boards. Fearful whispers asking "What is the Time Walk deck?" By now most of you have seen it, but have you really looked at it? More importantly, have you asked yourself how you intend to beat it?
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    V3 IS GOING DARK! EVERYONE PANIC! Or not. I'll look at that news, other news, prices, decklists with Journey cards and give my thoughts and feedback on V4 after playing in a Prerelease, trading, etc. Summary: it worked. It ain't pretty, but it works.
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    As MH1 flows into post-release, I think its time we revisit one of the most fun decks I've ever played. And amp up the power just a twinge.
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    Due to popular demand I revisit the Legacy format in order to help prepare you for it's online appearance. This time around we take a look at some of the less popular or rogue decks in the format in an article with more decks then you can handle.
    JustSin
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    Both hexchant and aristocrats has been a driving force of this current standard from the beginning. And it sure seems everyone has them figured out but with the end coming so soon the question comes out to be is it too late to innovate these decks?
    kelvinmai
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    Follow me as I try to make UB Reanimator work, a deck that smashes faces with huge zombies!
    Cl3m
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    Versatile mana bases are inordinately expensive. What sort of decks do we get if we keep to basics and commons for our lands?
    AJ_Impy
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    Tom provides a fresh look at the pauper format with new deck variations, their matchups and their strategies. One of these rogue decks proves its might against goblins at their best, and even dukes it out in queues. As a double-whammy article, Tom also reveals a poor card choice that ended up in multiple top8 decks in a recent pauper PE. All this and more! This article is being reran with a new update by the writer.
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    This week's article starts out with my views on the whole 'what is casual' debate, moves onto my updated impressions of Zendikar, and then finishes off with a budget deck based around World Queller. Check it out!
    spg
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    Everyone knows how important a good mana base is for a Commander deck. If you don't have the mana, you can't cast the spells. But let's face it... land isn't sexy. Here are a list of budget mana fixing lands that will leave you with money left over for those powerful Commander spells.
    themonkey
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    In this article, gwyned details a step-by-step, comprehensive guide to Monday Pauper Deck Challenge. Check out his answers to some of the most frequently asked questions, a full explanation of the tournament rules, some tips to maximize your experience, and even some video walkthroughs of some of the more complicated steps in the process.
    gwyned
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    Who needs to spend 100 tix or more on a mana base when you can just gain 300 life with plains?
    KaraZorEl
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    We've come to this: the review of all the M13 new cards from a tribal point of view. Enjoy!
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    Join Basic Land as he gets to show off an old fan favorite from the upcoming Masters Edition 3 set.
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    While people are calling for the ban of Treasure Cruise in Pauper, Alex takes a critical look at the card as it stands in the format and theorizes what could beat the powerful sorcery. Interested? Come inside and check it out!
    SpikeBoyM
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    To Thunder or not to Thunder? An article by popular demand!
    TheDwarf
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    It might look like a 1/1 flyer, but it is so much more. The time has come to say good bye to Cloud of Faeries.
    SpikeBoyM
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    I take a look at the latest set, War of the Spark, and discuss the cards that I feel could have an impact on the Modern format. This set has an unusually large amount of things to talk about and so I've decided to make this into a two-part article. In this article, I take a look at the themes and mechanics of the set and review the mono-coloured cards.
    olaw
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    Join me as I explore Goblins in 100 singleton. See how to play straight red goblins, blue goblins, white goblins and black goblins. How can small little annoying creatures like goblins be so powerful?