The transition from Classic to Vintage is fast approaching. This week, RexDart takes a look at financial preparedness for Vintage, and joins up for the final Classic Quarter League event.
In a radical departure from his usual choice of Legacy decks, this week RexDart takes a look at a relatively affordable and thoroughly silly combo deck. Are you prepared to harness the power of the deadly Kobold hordes?
If you miss the glory days of casting Nacatls in Legacy, RexDart has you covered this week. Legacy Zoo has its best new weapon in years with Spirit of the Labyrinth — but you’ll need a plan to deal with True-Name Nemesis. Read on for strategies, sideboard options, and match play videos!
In a follow-up to last month’s Legacy article, RexDart revisits True-Name Nemesis, this time focusing on Esper Stoneblade variants. Rex examines the different approaches to Esper with decklists and match play videos inside.
True-Name Nemesis has finally arrived online! This week, Rex discusses the pros and cons of different Legacy builds utilizing the troublesome creature. There’s also plenty of video content, featuring Rex’s revised Bant Stoneforge list, plus a quick test drive of Owen Turtenwald’s GP DC-winning Delver deck.
On this special Christmas Eve edition of Eternal Warrior, RexDart hits the 2-man queues with festively-colored Naya decks for Modern and Legacy.
This week, RexDart starts off discussing True-Name Nemesis, the new star of Legacy that took Grand Prix DC by storm earlier this month. Unfortunately for us, he won’t release on MTGO for another month. With Legacy in transition, Rex turns to Modern to test out an interesting Dredgevine list. What happens when Dredge faces a dedicated mill deck? Watch and find out!