I didn’t get to play as much Khans of Tarkir as I would have liked in the last two weeks, so I had some catching up to do. Thankfully, the Pro Tour highlighted most of the directions you can take on this crazy plane inhabited by gray ogres and three-color monsters. What have your first impressions been?
Rarely has a single card warped a limited environment like Spider Spawning warped triple Innistrad Draft. With selfmill strategies dominating the format, it is easy to overlook how many viable and fun archetypes this multifaceted set has to offer.
Signaling in Draft is one of the most difficult concepts in Limited Magic. In this episode’s opening discussion, I explain my philosophy of when and how to commit to one or more colors.
A famous quote by Kenji Tsumura states that you should sideboard in every one of your Limited matches. Check out this episode’s opening discussion for my thoughts on this underappreciated topic.
In this episode’s opening discussion, I present some of the notable M15 Limited cards. Which cards should be on your radar at all times, and which pitfalls are there to maneuver around?
Simon Says returns just in time for Magic 2015. The Pro Tour is in the books, but the format remains largely unexplored. In this episode’s opening discussion, I highlight some of the strategic implications of Convoke, the returning mechanic of Magic 2015.
The first few drafts, I get to know a format. After 10 drafts, I know what I want. After 20, I really like my decks. After 30, the madness starts.