July 31, 2017

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Test Drive – Standard Deck Tech – Ramunap Red

Hello all, and welcome to a new Standard Test Drive, where I take a popular deck from the Standard format and give it a Test Drive. For the past two weeks, I’ve been playing different versions of the Ramunap Red deck that most recently did very well at the Pro Tour. Why is it called Ramunap Red? That's thanks to the powerful new land, . I’m going to be talking about two different versions of...


July 31, 2017

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Tuning up your tribal deck

Have you brewed up a tribal-themed deck yet? This year's Commander decks are each going to be tribal, so let's start thinking about some cards that work well with a unified team so that we can tune them up as soon as we get our hands on them! I expect the spoilers for these decks to come out any day now so some of these may already be in the decks, but I've already got my eye on a few of these...


July 28, 2017

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Going for the Gold – Onward to Kyoto? (Part 1)

Welcome back to Going for the Gold, your new favourite weekly column on Magic the Gathering. The last two weekends have been extremely busy for me as I had Grand Prix Toronto, and Pro Tour Kyoto. At the end of Pro Tour Kyoto, the professional magic year comes to a close and all the Pro Levels, National Captaincies, and World Slots (including teams) are decided for the coming year. Luckily for...


July 28, 2017

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Legacy Stompy: Of Goblins and Men

A few kilometres west of the CN Tower, the Enercare Centre is located in close to the waterfront of Lake Ontario. The inside is warm too, for it contains hundreds of magic players in the middle of a Grand Prix, before counting the extras in the side events. On one side of the hall the dreamers of the Pro Tour battle in Limited formats, but on the other side the tables are lined with Legacy and...


July 28, 2017

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U/W God-Pharaoh, Just Add Black!

If you've been online in the last couple days, you've probably seen that the internet is a-buzz, a-twitter, and a-netdeckin' over the newest take on Reanimator -  U/W God-Pharaoh's Gift, specifically the deck that Olivetti piloted to victory at last week's MTGO Standard PTQ. Reanimator as an archetype has been around for ages. Ages and ages, and it's a trend that is likely to go on for as long...


July 26, 2017

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Hour of Devastation – Puzzle #2

Welcome back to Possibility Storm, the weekly MTG puzzle series, available exclusively through MTGCanada and PossibilityStorm.com. We're back with yet another puzzle - the second of the Hour of Devastation season! The season is still young for those considering signing up on Patreon to battle it out for prizes. The solution for this week's puzzle can be found below the image. It's another...


July 24, 2017

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Naya Commander Review: Part 1

This week the three colour reviews continue with part one of the Naya review. Naya is an allied shard all about creatures. Tokens, big beasts, and dragons, Naya has it all, so naturally the cards represent an equally large swath of styles and strategies usually tied to creatures and creature combat, which makes for a lot of very usable spells for Naya's Commanders. A quick reminder of how this...


July 21, 2017

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Going for the Gold – HOU To Solve The New Limited Format

With the release of Hour of Devastation, players are scrambling to grab all the latest and greatest cards to get ready for the newest rendition of Standard. Make sure that when you're trying to pick up cards that you check out the Wizard Tower's store, as they have a great selection and a lot of great deals. Without a doubt, my favourite part of a new set release is learning the new limited...

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