Mike asks us to make the play with a new green/white brew that tries to exploit Chord of Calling and a toolbox of valuable creatures. Choose correctly and you could win your share of $25 in TCGplayer store credit.
Frank takes a look at a rather unconventional configuration for Faeries in Modern: blue and green. Find out if the two colors work together with the addition of cards like swords, Venser, and lots of mana creatures.
Mike invites back Pro Tour Champion Tom Martell to make the play with UW Control. Find out if you've won $25 in TCGplayer store credit for agreeing with them and get some tips for the Diamond Opens in Seattle and Grand Rapids this weekend.
Frank tries out another interesting Vintage brew complete with Dack Fayden, Myr Battlesphere, and Goblin Welder. Find out what kind of powerful plays the deck is capable of inside while the Magic Online client runs a lot smoother!
Attempting to prove that Standard is anything but stale, Craig goes over six different decklists that test the format in some very odd ways. If you're looking for something different for the Diamond Opens in Seattle or Grand Rapids this weekend, it's in here.
With the Modern Grand Prix Boston/Worcester right around the corner, Melissa gives an in depth run down of the format's premier artifact deck: Affinity. Find out what her specific card choices out and why inside.
With the painlands being reintroduced into standard, Seth takes a look at where they might fit in. Take a look at what he finds just in time with this weekend's Diamond Opens in Grand Rapids and Seattle!
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