The stage is set for a new Modern format. Now we must figure out if Humans still has a place it in. Thankfully we now have the Fresh Prince to help us through. It is the perfect time for a new list and in-depth sideboard guide with twenty-five archetypes; telling you what to board in and out as well as what to name with Meddling Mage against everyone of them.
You could be lazy and just copy someone else's list. That will not help you to pilot the deck effectively though; that is what this article is for. Today we will go in-depth on mulligans with supporting statistics as well as typical play patterns to follow in order to succeed.
Mono-Red Aggro decks are a beloved guilty pleasure of mine. There is something heart warming about haste creatures and burn spells. Contrary to popular belief, the Faithless Looting ban has not even come close to putting this fire out. Today I will go over the recipe for deep-fried opponents; the recipe for Mono-Red Prowess.
Today we come to the end of our deep dive on Modern Bogles. In the past few days we have gone into great detail on building an optimal list as well as effective mulligans and standard lines of play. Finally, in today’s article I will present my current build and sideboard strategies for more than twenty-five matchups.
Yesterday we covered the recipe and reasoning behind the optimal Modern Bogles build. But anybody can just copy down a decklist and roll with it. Today we will calculate how the London mulligan has affected the deck, the strategy to apply to abuse it, as well as the common play patterns to follow in order to succeed with the deck.
It has been six months since my original Bogles guide and we are in need of an update. The format has slowed back down and is ripe for some hexproof beats. Today I will go over how to build the perfect Modern Bogles deck.
One of the many Humans players that contacted me about it said “we need the guide more than ever right now”. Well you’ve got it. A full sideboard guide with twenty-six archetypes; telling you what to board in and out as well as what to name with Meddling Mage against everyone of them. The full printer-friendly PDF is available for download here as well as notes on the build and its future.
I was going to skip this month as the format is in a very uncertain place. However, there was significant interest and we have the results of SCG Louisville to go off of. With this in mind we are going over how to sideboard against and what to name with Meddling Mage for twenty-five Modern archetypes.
8 Whack is cheap, effective, and an absolute blast to play but it can be surprisingly difficult to play optimally. Today I will cover mulligan decisions, optimal play patterns, and sideboarding with this explosive archetype.
I am of the opinion that 8 Whack Goblins is the most underrated deck in the Modern format. It is one of those decks that can generate near-unbeatable hands which sets a floor on their losing matchup percentages. Today I will go over how to build your own 8 Whack and at under $200 USD it is very viable relative to the price point.