Posts Tagged ‘Grixis’

Jace, Cunning Castaway is a Perfect Addition to Modern Delver

Delver decks in Modern have long been playable, but rarely tier one. The archetype’s quality fluctuates, in large part because of its inconsistency. Modern doesn’t have Legacy’s cantrips or disruption, and Delver is stuck...


On Modern

As we put the Pro Tour behind us, all eyes are on standard for the Grand Prix in Pittsburgh. Will Mardu vehicles continue flexing its muscles, or will it prove to be a flash in the pan? That’s the question on most players...


Fatal Push in Modern

Had cards like Thought-Knot Seer and Reality Smasher not been printed in Oath of the Gatewatch, I would be calling Fatal Push the most impactful Modern card since the Onslaught fetches were reprinted in Khans of Tarkir. In fact...



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...


Theorycrafting Standard: Grixis Artifacts

Look: I really, really love playing Grixis. Whenever a new set comes out, the first thing I try to do is brew a Grixis list in Standard. Fortunately for me, it’s actually been hovering around tier 2 for a while. Would I p...