magic the gathering Archive
Control decks are few and far between in modern, with such a wide and diverse format it is hard for control decks to have all the right answers.
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.
While this is the best result I have picked up at a large-scale competitive event, I think I can do better. Here, I would like to share the deck I took along to the GP, and the
I start looking online for deck techs and what is the best list and what people are running. Then this always happens. My brain gets sent into overdrive.
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.
Friday February 17th to Sunday February 19th inclusive saw the Modern Format Magic: The Gathering Grand Prix take place at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. After two long days and 15 rounds of Swiss Pair followed
The efforts and coordination of Chainlinks made GP Brisbane enjoyable, smooth and fun for all parties.
Modern is a very fast format lately so the midrange decks look a bit different to the ones you may be used to seeing in standard.
Now, quite a few of you are players in the Modern format. As well, quite a few - hopefully all - of you noticed that Wizards recently made the decision to ban two cards in Modern.
I decided to start up an article series I've wanted to do for a while now: Budget FNM. Every few weeks, I'll put together a new deck for standard, and show you prices and possible upgrades. I'll