Stepping briefly away from 99-card decks to work on 60's, Sean presents his choice for the Modern PTQ season, Kiki-Pod, as well as alternate builds, why you should play it, and how to play it well.
Jadine presents her tournament report for Grand Prix Chicago, where she played Mono-Black Devotion all the way to the finals in her first Grand Prix Top 8 appearance and earned her first-ever Pro Tour invite!
In testing out a variety of Modern archetypes, Ari decided to give G/W Hexproof a.k.a. "Bogles" a spin and see how the deck matched up against the broader Modern metagame. Check it out for PTQ season!
Gerry unpacks his #SCGPORT experience, looking at his deck choices and results for both Legacy and Standard... and what he would do next time for both. Check it out for #SCGWOR this weekend!
Todd looks at the powerful new green cards being added to Standard in Magic 2015, and starts brewing new decks based on previous builds he's had a lot of success with.
Michael takes Yisan, the Wandering Bard out on a test-drive, putting different builds through their paces to see if Yisan has the potential to be the centerpiece of a (good) new deck.
Matt instantly fell in love with Strength from the Fallen the moment he saw it, even though he thought it was just a Lhurgoyf Aura. He has a few experimental builds to find the card a home, from a straightforward beatdown deck to a highly-convoluted control deck.
With PTQ season heavily upon us, Ari takes a look at the current Modern format and breaks down the top archetypes: why to play them, how to beat them, and what they're best against.
Gerry takes his G/b Devotion deck from the Invitational out for a test run (with updates!) in these Standard videos, favoring the green cards over the black ones as he tries to break out of the seemingly-narrow pen that is the current metagame.