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The Two-Color Archetypes of Ixalan Draft

Sandro explores the ten two-color archetypes of Ixalan draft.

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Ixalan at a Glance: Pirate’s Cutlass and Grim Captain’s Call

Sometimes, prereleases are defined by unassuming, unexpected powerhouses. Here are two such cards you need to know about: Pirate’s Cutlass and Grim Captain’s Call?!

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The Power of Exploring

Explore is one of the most nuanced mechanics in a while. It’s devilishly simple, obviously powerful, yet difficult to evaluate. Here’s why.

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Swedish Nationals—Third Place

Sandro runs down his third place finish at Swedish Nationals.

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Drafting Iconic Masters

Zach was among the first people to play Iconic Masters sealed, and likely the first to draft it outside of Wizards R&D. Read his impressions here!

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Taking Four Color Energy to Nationals

Sandro recounts his preparations for Swedish Nationals and breaks down his Four Color Energy deck in Standard.

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How to Blind Prerelease Iconic Masters

Zach talks how to play a prerelease when you haven’t seen any card. Like if you were going to play Iconic Masters at HasCon this weekend…

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Two Drafts in Indy

Brendan had two drafts to make the top eight at Grand Prix Indianapolis. One of them went better than the other.

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Hour of Devastation Draft #2

Sandro walks through an online Hour of Devastation draft as he prepares for Nationals in Stockholm this weekend.

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Lessons from Kyoto

Brendan reflects on some key moments from the coverage of Pro Tour Hour of Devastation in Kyoto last weekend.

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Rainy Toronto Slips Away

Brendan went undefeated on day one of Grand Prix Toronto on a disastrous Friday night with no sleep and came within one game of making the top 8.