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March 31, 2016

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Daily Dose of Shadows Over Innistrad – It’s Pure Madness

Welcome to deckbuilding week on the Daily Dose! Today I’m going over some decks using some of the Shadows Over Innistrad cards I’m the most excited to use. When I heard that the Madness mechanic was returning, I immediately wanted to play a Grixis Madness deck. They have all of the tools to work well with Madness including the master of discarding, . What I wanted to do was try and find a...


March 31, 2016

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Going Rogue: Breaking Brain in a Jar

Hello and welcome back to Going Rogue, where winning isn't the goal but it often happens anyway. Today I am very excited to plunge into the depths of every brewer's nirvana - breaking a card. What is Breaking a Card? Breaking a card is where you take a second look at some fairly innocuous rules text, and find something like a rules loophole and/or unique interaction which produces an effect is...


March 30, 2016

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Daily Dose of Shadows Over Innistrad – Who’s Company?

Welcome to deckbuilding week here on the Daily Dose of Shadows Over Innistrad! Today, I am looking at some Standard decks that will see some play when Shadows Over Innistrad comes out on April 8th. One of my favourite cards to build a deck around in the past couple of months has been Collected Company. Thanks to tons of new targets in Shadows Over Innistrad, this archetype will continue. The...


March 30, 2016

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Puzzling over Five-Colour-Tutors in Modern

When I started playing modern my intention was to own a single deck and just play it forever. It started with , but it wasn’t long before I started acquiring cards for other decks and my collection grew to include Black/White Tokens, Red, and Black/Green Infect. With the one-deck-dream down in flames, I went to the polar opposite of collecting more modern decks than I could ever realistically...


March 30, 2016

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Budget Brews: Death Cloud

Alright troops, it's our time. Our opponent plays with their s and masses card advantage to drill us out of the game and gain the upper hand until they can win. Well, no more! Now we're going to fight back, and cut them off where it hurts; their resources. We are going to do everything we can to keep us in this fight and make sure our opponent is strangled and cut off from the mana they rely on...


March 29, 2016

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Musings of The Madman: Off the Beaten (Sorrow’s) Path

Welcome back all! A recent discussion on the MTGCanada podcast concerned the worst cards ever printed. While I get the gist of the discussion heading toward which cards made us, as players, feel bad when playing against them, I’ll be focusing one of the functionally worst cards ever made. It’s so bad that I’m going to break it wide open. Our winner? It’s a land, yay! Except it doesn’t...


March 29, 2016

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Commander Mondays: The Git Gud Toad

*Author's note, please read this article in an infomercial seller's voice for maximum effect* Welcome folks, to Robert McFoilpants's Commander emporium, today I'm going to tell you why you need a gloriously horrifying frog monster in your life. ? More like the Git Gud Toad. Every EDH player wants to git gud right? Nobody wants to be a filthy casual, well this fantastic piece of 6/6 Deathtouching...


March 29, 2016

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Daily Dose of Shadows Over Innistrad – Statistically Speaking

Welcome to Deckbuilding Week on the Daily Dose! We will be looking at what the Standard metagame will look like in a couple of weeks. With the rotation of Standard coming upon us, it’s time to see if any of the current Standard decks will be able to work post rotation. Today we are going to look at some of the best decks in current Standard and see if any of them will stand the test of time....

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