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Jace and Bloodbraid have been unbanned from modern and we can finally see just how powerful they will be in the current meta.
I've been pouring over all the well performing decks and I've picked out five decks that I think are really cool and put up some surprising results.
This is Mardu Pyromancer, an incredibly grindy deck that looks to gain small incremental advantages and disrupt the opponent long enough for you to assemble an army of tokens to kill them with.
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Well it's happened again, another sweet deck has popped up in modern and it has put up a few results on Magic Online, I present to you Living as Foretold!
If I was to be dismissive, I’d say that Tomb of Annihilation is what you get when your DM decides to chuck The Tomb of Horrors onto the back-end of 1981’s The Isle of Dread, whilst indulging
Ixalan is the newest set released by Wizards of the Coast and it is hugely inspired by pirate fantasy tropes.
I decided to drop and play in the PPTQ that would be happening. I also decided to play a very interesting deck that Ryan brought along with him.
This season of PPTQs is modern and, while I do write about it quite a bit, modern is not one of my favourite formats so I have not been looking forward to this season at all.
We were lucky enough to be given the latest Planeswalker decks from Wizards of the Coast and we decided to battle them against each other to see who would reign supreme.