It has finally happened, the expected, the debated, the Sensei's Divining Top banning.
The hype has been real, we've been watching the spoilers and speculating on what we'd see and this weekend Modern Masters 2017 hits shelves for your drafting pleasure.
The first time I put a Thalia into play and watched my opponent squirm as their entire turn plan went down the drain it was infectious. I was hooked.
The efforts and coordination of Chainlinks made GP Brisbane enjoyable, smooth and fun for all parties.
Whether a professional or an amateur, and a fan of MTG, Android: Netrunner, or League of Legends, we've all been in a slump at one time or another.
'Nothing in life is certain, except for death and taxes...and white weenies" - Old Legacy Proverb
We can turn existing Modern decks into somewhat viable Legacy decks.
Great things rained down upon both prospective and established Eternal players with the release of Eternal Masters.
I have jammed round after round of legacy, only stopping to go about my daily life, and travel into the city to play paper legacy.
It is important to debunk the biggest rumour surrounding the format, echoed in forums across the internet: LEGACY IS DYING!