Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier U/R Ensoul Artifact

The Izzet Thopter deck that Team ChannelFireball and Face-to-Face piloted at Pro Tour Magic Origins is one of my favorite of all time, so I'll take any opportunity to highlight a new spin on the archetype. Ensoul Artifact is a powerhouse, and we’re about to see a similar card in Standard thanks to Aether Revolt’s Tezzeret's … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier U/R Ensoul Artifact

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Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier 4 Color Humans Company

This is not the most common build of a Company deck. It did place well in a huge tournament, so you know the list is going to be solid. Bant Humans combined Standard’s two best decks in Bant Company and Humans Aggro less than a year ago. This combination of strong Human creatures was brutally … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier 4 Color Humans Company

Deck Guide of the Day: Jeskai Panharmonicon Copy Cat

This deck can be the Splinter Twin 2.0. Mix the Copy Cat combo, which create a 2 card infinite combo, with a shell that draws a lot of cards by blinking permanents and you can have a relly solid deck. In the deck we have 3 infinite combos: one between Saheeli Rai and Felidar Guardian  +  the second is  Panharmonicon and … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Jeskai Panharmonicon Copy Cat

Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier 5 Color Bring to Light

In a more powered up format than Standard such as Frontier, the added mana fixing and weaponry from the expanded card pool are awesome components for a toolbox style deck. This is the toolbox to end all toolboxes, as, unlike the norm, we have a 70 card main deck and 11 card sideboard. This is some seriously bizarre deck building, … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier 5 Color Bring to Light

Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier Jund

The 3 color mana bases of Frontier is super good when you can utilize two full sets of fetchlands to get your basics. The fact that you can play 4 Bloodstained Mires and 4 Wooded Foothills means that Jund is sure to have an easy time casting its spells. So let’s make sure they’re powerful! The creatures are … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier Jund

Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier Bant Enchantment

Enchantment-centric decks came and went in Standard. Aided by enchantment creatures such as Courser of Kruphix and Eidolon of Blossoms, Magic Origins made the archetype a reality. Starfield of Nyx is a huge reward for playing a enchantments. First, you’re getting a potential Opalescence effect. With enough enchantments in play, your other non-Auras will come alive and start getting … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier Bant Enchantment

Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier Esper Control

Esper Dragons was a sweet deck that relied on Dragonlord Ojutai to slam the door and then turn the corner with card advantage. Esper Planeswalkers was also a sweet deck, which relied on the Gatewatch to slow down the opponent and turn the corner. Frontier allows you to use more powerful creatures and planeswalkers to turn … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier Esper Control

Deck Guide of the Day: Elves

Modern Elves is one of the most powerful decks in the format and it has good matchup against Eldrazi. The Legacy version has many things in common, but with a few critical differences that add power. The basis of the Elves deck is cheap creatures that can make a bunch of mana. Heritage Druid and Birchlore Rangers are near the … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Elves

Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier Elves Combo

The Elves tend to find success in any format where there’s enough of them to make an impact. One of Magic’s most powerful tribes from the onset, Elves is a legitimate deck in both Legacy and Modern. Frontier is no exception. Like any Elves deck, it starts with the mana creatures. Elvish Mystic and Servant … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Frontier Elves Combo

Deck Guide of the Day: Temur Energy Aggro

The Player’s Championship was dominated by Temur Energy aggressive decks, but Standard wasn’t that prominent of a player. Winning a few matches does not a dominant deck make. It does, however, help highlight what the deck is capable of. All of the energy creatures we have in Standard come out of Kaladesh. This is a … Continue reading Deck Guide of the Day: Temur Energy Aggro