In this edition of Peering Into Pauper, Grant takes a look at the mono-blue deck featuring the little 1-drop that could, Delver of Secrets (and its alter-ego, Insectile Aberration). Delver decks have been tearing up Pauper recently and Grant and @setzkin go over some card choices for their list and play a few games to show how the deck works.
This time Grant examines why aggressive decks in Pauper tend to be only a single color despite the large number of awesome multicolored cards available to them; the answer is in the lands.
Check out the first ever episode of Pauper Playground, where Grant and @Setzkin chat about a little of this, a little of that, and a whole lot of random Pauper topics. Favorite cards and favorite decks are discussed, some recent decklists are reviewed, and some bad jokes are made.
Join Grant as he considers what some of the top decks in Pauper stand to gain when Innistrad is finally released online. Also, he presents an entirely new decklist using some of he more powerful commons from the latest expansion.
In this edition of Peering Into Pauper, Grant does some rich, in-depth analysis of the Izzetpost deck by constructing a composite decklist from a sampling of recent successful lists.
In this edition of Peering Into Pauper, Grant examines a handful of decks that aren’t doing too well but remain popular nonetheless. Why are these decks so popular despite lackluster results, and what can be done, if anything right now, to make them better?
In this installment of his Pauper series, Grant discusses the Pauper metagame, now littered with creatures (!), and decides that the best way to fight them is with bigger creatures. Join Grant in his first video segment for MTGO Academy as he goes over the expected metagame, his Affinity list, a Pauper Daily Event, and analyzes his results.