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!
Happy Turkey Day to all those in the United States who celebrate!
(Or, "Get In Nerds: The Party Bus Cometh!")
File this under news which may absolutely floor a ton of Magic: The Gathering players while being completely predictable to a good many others.
Today, we will be focusing on Gideon. Which Gideon? All of the Gideons.
I see no reason why this deck should ever be forgot.
Today's Oathbreaker deck tech features a name-brand Planeswalker we have all come to know and either love or despise.
We will be taking a new commander and giving his deck an old sort of twist.
Today, I'll be showing just how mean of a reanimator deck I can make for Magic: The Gathering.
Today, my deck tech will center on a very strong red commander option: Torbran, Thane of Red Fell.
This article, we will be discussing Arlinn Kord, the Innistradi Werewolf Planeswalker.
Oh, how I love the color black. To me, it's the very best color in all of Magic: The Gathering. It's got all of the best and most powerful effects available to it
The WeirdCards Charitable Club unbanned Recurring Nightmare, one of the most controversially-powerful cards still on the Commander ban list.
Today, we will be discussing my personal favorite Oathbreaker combination, Davriel, Rogue Shadowmage, plus Word of Command.
Today, I am writing up an Oathbreaker deck tech revolving around a card that is significantly better, as evidenced by its use in the Standard and Commander formats. The Oathbreaker? Sorin, Lord of Innistrad.
Today, we are shining a spotlight on Tibalt, the Fiend-Blooded, a card which is infamously known to many, many players as the "worst Planeswalker card ever".