Along with Melissa DeTora, Frank provides us with a Cube draft as we wait for Standard to rotate. He'll also go over some key game design ideas behind why the Cube is so fun and what makes the format such a success in terms of enjoyment.
Frank tackles a decklists that uses Phenax, God of Deception and Prophet of Kruphix to mill opponents out. Find out how the deck does it and how safe it is after the rotation (spoiler: very) as he pilots the list on Magic Online.
Frank tries out a Vintage list that he's been eyeing for a while: BUG Control. See how cards like Wasteland, Dark Confidant, True-Name Nemesis, and Deathrite Shaman perform for him in some Vintage queues on Magic Online.
Frank storms the competition with a Rakdos deck in Modern that utilizes cards like Empty the Warrens, Goblin Bushwhacker, and Young Pyromancer in an attempt to flood the board and deliver one powerful strike.
Frank tries out the RUG Chord list that Tulio Jaudy used to Top 4 a World Magic Cup Qualifier. Find out whether Chord of Calling is the real deal and if this is a solid choice for this weekend's TCGplayer Open 5k in Santa Clara, CA!
Frank takes the BW Deadguy Ale archetype in Modern - full of cheap removal and efficient creatures - and tries the deck out on Magic Online. Find out how the list Craig Wescoe recommended to him fares inside.
Frank takes another shot at BUG Superfriends, one of his favorite archetypes, to see if it can hold up in today's Standard format. Find out if the deck can compete at the TCGplayer Opens in Minneapolis and Portland this weekend!
Frank takes a look at the most planeswalker-centric strategy in Standard as he pilots Jund Superfriends through some Mgic Online queues. Find out how the deck fares as he plays the list Yuuki Ichikawa used to Top 8 the Pro Tour.
Frank takes a look at a RW Heroic deck that went 6-4 or better at Pro Tour M15 piloted by Alex Sittner. Find out how it fares on Magic Online and if it can compete with the other aggressive offerings in the format.
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