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  • 9,565
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    A humorous listing of some unusual errors YOU may be conditioned to making.
  • 9,497
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    Godot finds a Swiss about to fire, and takes on the "slow and steady" draft queue. The tortoise wasn't flashy, but he did win the race...
    Godot
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    Matthew takes a step back from current limited formats and digs deep back into Magic's history to explore the changes in removal over the past 15 years. He catalogues every removal spell from Invasion to Dragons of Tarkir, and then breaks down the numbers.
    oraymw
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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.
  • 9,328
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    What better way to celebrate Heaven and Hell Week than to make a deck with a couple Gods, some Angels and Demons and a whole mess of Clerics to worship them?
    Leviathan
  • 9,255
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    This article covers a Mono Blue Tron deck that has managed to do what many other decks could not; succeed in an MTGO Modern Daily event or MTGO Modern Premier event and do it at a low budget price. It is a Giant Slayer.
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    Matthew comes back to analyzing full RTR block draft. He looks at the numbers for when we put all three sets together, and then dives deep into each of the three color combinations. This analysis will give you a blueprint of what directions to explore early on in the format, and how the guilds will interact together.
    oraymw
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    In this article, gwyned shares his build of Metalhawk that he piloted to a 2nd place finish in MPDC 11.14 Check out the link for a quick analysis of the decklist and a retrospective video-cast of his match from Round 1 of the tournament versus Esper Control.
    gwyned
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    Click inside to see the winner of the Exodus Precon Contest. Also make sure you check out how to enter the name the deck contest!
    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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    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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    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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    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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    As we wait for Theros to hit online, I take a look at a Modern deck that seems to have fallen out of the spotlight. Is there still a place for Orzhov Tokens in the meta? Could a mostly forgotten Kamigawa block card give it some new oomph?
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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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    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
  • 8,708
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    We have good one this time!
  • 8,654
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    To Thunder or not to Thunder? An article by popular demand!
    TheDwarf
  • 8,641
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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?
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    Pete spent the weekend in Chicago, at the largest North American Grand Prix ever. PT champion Gabriel Nassif won his second major event in 2 weeks, while 1,230 players defined the format. What impact will Legacydecks have on Classic? What cards are missing online, and how relevant are they? Answers inside.
  • 8,593
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    Tribal is back. And it never even left the room!
  • 8,569
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    Power 9. Short Article. Rather, in this article, I'll list (with links!) EVERY SINGLE CARD not online. Then we'll take a closer look at the cards that have a reason besides "filling out limited" to make it online. 828 cards not online... Which ones do we care even the slightest little bit about? Teeny tiny little iota of interest?
    caliban17
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    Zendikar may not be online yet, but now is the time to prepare for its arrival! Join Godot for a first look at Zendikar limited, including in-depth breakdowns of allies and landfall.
    Godot
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    Welcome to the very first set of the very last 3-set block in Magic history!
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    It's Rocktober, which means it's also time to get spooky! Love them or hate them, spiders are creepy, creepy-crawly and usually a prominent member of macabre Halloween decorations. Let's see how these horrors have been represented throughout MTG.