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Maze’s End

Shawn discusses the biggest obstacles in the way of Maze’s End becoming a real deck in Standard and offers a few possible solutions.

What We Learned

Commander 2013 Spoiler Season

Spoiler season comes an extra time this year with the release of the Commander 2013 boxed sets. But if that wasn’t enough, we’ve got a ton of Pro Tour Theros reports to sort through as well as two Grand Prix events to recap!

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UR Master of Waves

This week Shawn gloats about his Nightveil Specter speculation, suggests Master of Waves be given a national holiday, and plays a few rounds of Standard.

What We Learned

High Tide: A Pro Tour Theros Recap

This week we break down the coverage from Pro Tour Theros and talk about the return of Blue to Standard. Should fans be concerned that the oppressive big blue counter-magic decks are going to make a comeback? Is this the end of Red/Green’s day in the sun?

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UW Master of Waves

This week Shawn battles with a UW Master of Waves brew and then overhauls the deck completely.

What We Learned

MTG Top 25

Wizards released an official Top 25 list, but is it a step in the right direction? What does it mean for the future of Pro Tour Coverage?

Arting Around

Arting Aroung—The Blur of Theros

Matt Jones gets into the art of Theros, layer by layer, all at once.

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Theros Team Sealed at SCG Worcester

This week Shawn takes a break from Standard to play Theros Team Sealed. He wins one match the entire day.

What We Learned

Theros Released

It’s been a pretty quiet week in the Magic world with most everyone focused on the rotating Standard environment and preparations for Pro Tour Theros.

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Red Deck Wins, Week Two

In both Magic and wrestling, the process of the match is more important than the result.

What We Learned

Growing Your Theros Prerelease

Rich wants to make sure everyone has fun at their prereleases in the future and lays out some guidelines for Tournament Organizers to do their part in making the Magic happen.