Mike has updated his MonoGreen Value Creatures deck, adding black for a Garruk, Apex Predator splash. Today he asks us to make the play with the rotation-safe list. Doing so correctly could net you $25 in TCGplayer store credit!
Craig has put together two preliminary lists to start off Khans of Tarkir Standard including a Jeskai Counter Burn deck and a Mardu Tokens strategy. Could these be one of the best starting points for the new format?
This week Mike invites the one and only Hall of Famer Jon Finkel himself to help us make the play. Find out where he stands on our decision with Mike's monogreen value deck and if you've won $25in TCGplayer store credit for agreeing.
Melissa dissects all of the latest Khans charms and provides us with her first thoughts on an Abzan Midrange list. Find out which charms are her favorite and what Abzan cards she thinks are due to see serious play.
Cassidy takes a look at one of the two remaining commanders from Khans of Tarkir: Anafenza, the Foremost. Find out what he has in store for the Abzan commander and take a look at the Stax deck proposed by a friend.
Seth takes a look at some of most powerful spoiled cards from clan Temur and clan Jeskai. Check out the two preliminary lists he's brewed up to get an idea of what Standard might look like once the set drops.
Adam takes a look at some of the new wedge cards to come out of Khans of Tarkir, including creatures, charms, and the ascendancy cycle. Find out where he sees them fitting in and how powerful he thinks they are inside.
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