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

Brews for the Weekend: Saheeli Twin CopyCat

When Felidar Guardian was previewed the entire Magic community went nuts over the news that a new “Splinter Twin combo” was Standard playable thanks to Saheeli Rai. On Monday, January 9th, there was a pressing ban announced, and I thought for sure this infinite combo was going to get the ax. Why else would the B&R schedule … Continue reading Brews for the Weekend: Saheeli Twin CopyCat

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