We finally got to see the impact of the London mulligan on the Modern format and the decklists did not disappoint. These are the most interesting pieces of technology that the pros brought into battle to make Top 8 at Mythic Championship London.
The promised day, well actually weekend, finally came to pass. It feels like ages ago that we first heard of the London mulligan and the Mythic Championship for which it was named. Today's data set comprises all decks that earned a 7-3 record or better in Modern Swiss.
Today we have the Top 5 War of the Spark cards that are most likely to see play in Modern. We also have also one card that was very exciting on paper but poor in practice and another that has been causing widespread confusion. There is even an honorable mention that was just too hard to evaluate. Let's break them all down.
It is easy to present a handful of Legacy cards that you want to see in Modern. It is much more difficult to brainstorm and develop new cards for the format. Today I would like to share my ideas for new cards that uplift existing cards, fixed versions of banned cards, and a fresh take on fetchlands.
From Pod, to Chord, to Company, to Eldritch Evolution; I love all of the creature-based toolbox enablers. When I saw Neoform in the War of the Spark spoilers, I knew that I had to start brewing immediately.
Today's entry was especially fun to write as the Japanese players are famously innovative in deckbuilding. These are the most interesting pieces of technology that the Yokohama players utilized in their Top 8 runs.
Japanese players appear to be more innovative with their deck choices so there are always surprises. This time it was in Yokohama and it did not disappoint. Today we will break down the Top 32 decklists and sort out where the format is headed before War of the Spark is legal.
The London Mulligan rule has been on Magic Online since April 10. Since then, I've had the opportunity to play with the rule a bit and start to build my first impressions about the change. I had my concerns going in but I would like to share what I have learned so far.
The addition of white has provided us with the massively underrated Nahiri, the Harbinger and the best sideboard hate the format has to offer. This sideboard guide will tell you exactly how to sideboard with accompanying notes for every matchup. Today we come to the final fifteen.
Xavier introduced us to the one-two punch of Nahiri and BBE complimented by premium sideboard cards. Now he has gone all out with a massive sideboard guide that has specific notes and explanations for every matchup. Today we will cover the first fifteen.