As is normal for core sets, M20 looks to make a very modest impact on the Modern format. Most of the set's Modern excitement came from reprints which we see no point in covering. However, we have chosen five new cards that may just have a shot at making an impact in Modern.
I have been playing Infect decks for eight years now and it has never been more interesting or confusing. It has not been Tier 1 since the Gitaxian Probe ban but that may be set to change. New cards from War of the Spark and Modern Horizons are shaking the archetype up. Today I would like to take a look at the five flavors of Modern Infect.
Sometimes without any clear reason an archetype just fades into the background. Perhaps never to return or maybe just waiting for a new card to breathe some life into them. Today we are looking at the three best decks that Modern forgot.
Today's build is one we have really enjoyed at is has something for everyone. It is part tokens, part Burn, part 8 Whack, and all fun. This list gives a new lease on life to some forgotten favorites. If you are looking to play Hero of Precinct one in Modern, we have just the deck for you.
Sixty-eight of the best players in the world battled it out in Standard via Magic Arena. Wizards was kind enough to give us the decklist of every player in the event. Today we are pulling that data together to see what decks stand above the rest in the final days before Magic 2020 and the London mulligan.
Our finding, controversially, is that the deck should not even be playing Arclight Phoenix. This change only required a dozen-card swap but the effect on how it plays has been dramatic. Today we will present the decklist, the reasoning, and a card-by-card breakdown for Mono-Red Prowess.
When I first saw Bolas's Citadel, I thought it had no real shot in Modern when Ad Nauseam was already legal. I said to a friend, "We would need something like a reverse Grapeshot". Well Modern Horizons had just that in Weather the Storm. Today we will look at an especially interesting brew from Conley Woods.
Today's Brewed Up entry is especially near and dear to my heart. My first introduction to Modern brewing came in late 2013. More than five years later with new toys from Modern Horizons, Mono-Blue Delver is back. Today I will present my battle-tested decklist and break it down card by card.
If you asked me a year ago whether snow could be Modern playable, I would have laughed in your face. However, Modern Horizons has been an embarrassment of riches for the supertype. Sultai has been an underrepresented color combination as well. To see the two come together is very intriguing.
The buzz surrounding post-Horizons Modern has been intense. Going into this first weekend all eyes are on Vengevine and Hogaak. Today we are breaking down this new build, how to beat it, and our verdict on whether it should actually be banned.