Illustrated by Steve Argyle. What do you think of this rules change or the commanders affected by it? Does Kokusho need to be banned now? How about Child of Alara? And what of Brawl? Will the format popular on Magic: The Gathering: Arena be tweaked to reflect this as well? Let us know your thoughts and[...]
Their article includes not only notes on reception and bug reports but also serves as an official slew of announcements for new and continuing events such as Brawlers' Guildhall and the Arena Open. A still showcasing the Arena Open, an event on Magic: The Gathering: Arena featuring a potential monetary payout. Wizards Of The Coast: Historic Anthology[...]
Here are the most recent additions to this list, as announced this morning. In Brawl, both Winota, Joiner of Forces and Drannith Magistrate were banned The short answer for why these cards are banned is pretty straightforward Winota was deemed too powerful, to the point where she was starting to shape the format around her[...]
Yes, you read the above headline correctly, folks - Wizards of the Coast is finally sanctioning Commander League play for Magic: The Gathering!
Today this author will be returning to writing deck techs with a new deck that is a great example of inspiration on their part.
The draconic tyrant Nicol Bolas concludes his commandeering of this author's articles. Will we have peace at last?
The draconic God-Pharaoh Nicol Bolas continues his hijacking of this author's articles. Will the horror ever cease?!
The scheming draconic Planeswalker Nicol Bolas proceeds for a second day to hijack this author's articles.
Nicol Bolas, Elder Dragon Planeswalker, prolongs his attack on this author's articles!
The megalomaniacal dragon Planeswalker Nicol Bolas continues his invasion of this author's articles.
Nicol Bolas has taken over this author's next few articles!
The commander of this deck is a simple 1-drop creature, but unlike most commanders in that role in the format, it has absolutely no abilities whatsoever!
And while it makes perfect sense that Oko is banned in Standard Magic play (and even in Brawl!), Oko's niche is really within Oathbreaker. What do you think? Is Oko too strong for the one true Planeswalker-centric format? Is this deck weaker than you'd prefer, by contrast? Let us know! And enjoy the pecan pie. I'm thankful that[...]
This is the fate of poor Rhonas, the "indomitable" snake-headed god of the Egyptian-styled plane of existence called Amonkhet.
Ilharg, the harbinger of the End-Raze, the Gruul guild's interpretation of the end of days, and one ham of a hog.