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GB Modern Midrange

Modern’s premier midrange decks have always been Jund or Junk. Would you believe me if I told you that a third color isn’t necessary? That you don’t need Lightning Bolt, Path to Exile, Terminate or Lingering S...


Magic’s New Frontier

At the end of the year, you start to bore of the wonderful game that is Magic: the Gathering [Editor’s note: clearly the author isn’t jamming enough Holiday Cube drafts. The poor soul]. The reason behind this is tha...


Controlling the Meta With Aether Revolt

Give me a new Standard legal set, and I’ll build a UBx control deck out of it. This isn’t even a joke – my first priority upon seeing new cards (after evaluating them in Limited) is to build control decks. Even when I...



Tribal Zoo

Modern is a quite static format, from the perspective that the best decks are well established and very few new decks can break into the top tier. A few years ago, Burn and Zooicide were not the premier aggro decks of Modern, b...


Modern Esper Control

Modern has been around for years, and is a format ruled by efficiency. Consequently, all the best decks – whether they are aggro, combo, midrange or control – can’t afford to be too clunky. There is a consensu...