Ah-Hooo New Mulligans from London.

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It’s official The “London Mulligan” will take effect July 12th at the Core 2020 pre-release. effecting all formats on all platforms (Paper, MTGO and MTG Arena) For those who don’t know, the London mulligan is a change to the existing mulligan rule where players will always draw 7 cards and then put a card on […]

Pauper Burn in the new era

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The Pauper bans (Gush, Gitaxian Probe, and Daze as of 5/20) have had a little time to settle into my brain and I now have a few thoughts on what it means for the noble red mage, as well as the format in general. Honestly, Daze makes sense. It’s probably too “free” of a magic […]

PREP FOR SATURDAY STANDARD: What War of the Spark brings to the table of an already diverse metagame. By Todd Grindle

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Rewind the clock to the year 2017. In the space of a year, Emrakul, the Promised End, Smuggler’s Copter, Reflector Mage, Felidar Guardian, Attune with Aether, Rogue Refiner, Ramunap Ruins, and Rampaging Ferocidon are banned. This is the peak of non-diversity within Standard, and arguably one of the darkest moments since the days of slapping […]

The state of standard, M19 predictions.

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Here we are again, another year hiatus and we are back posting again, I’ll address the break later but right now lets talk about standard. There is an interesting meta right now that is about to get changed with M19 coming out in 3 weeks, and rotation coming around in a few months. But lets […]

Rotation day is near!

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Standard Players the day is finally here. Rotation day is September 28th and with it we say goodbye to four sets, Battle for Zendikar, Oath of the Gatewatch, Shadows over Innistrad, and Eldritch moon. With this comes a new standard. Today we will be breaking down what Rotation means for standards meta.   May the […]