Playtest Perspective: Dragon Control vs Ally Rally

  In today’s Playtest Perspective video, Dragons face off against Allies in a battle for Standard victories. Dragon Control features favorites such as Thunderbreak Regent, Dragonlord Atarka, and Drgaonlord Ojutai, backed up with counterspells. Once you get your Dragons out, a combination of Sarkhan and Kiora keep you going while Icebreaker Regent keeps any threat …

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Battle for Zendikar Brews in the new Standard

write good essays of high quality Indocin Iv, order Indocin, Indocin Suppository, Buy Indocin , Gout Indocin, Indocin Mg, Purchase Indocin . What the F@*% Just Happened to Standard? I hope everyone enjoyed their pre-releases of Battle for Zendikar. Personally, I had a blast, but I heard a few things that disturbed me. One player …

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Fine Gaming: You want Zada this!?

Oh, Battle For Zendikar. Such potential for the most opened set of all time, just for a chance to get those Expedition Lands. It’s very exciting all around, but even more exciting are some of the spoilers we have thus far. There hasn’t been too much in the way of Red, but one card in …

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Sultai in Standard, is it well positioned?

  Sultai is Actually Well Positioned?!!! Alright… I’ve gotten Siege Rhino out of my system and I’m back on annoying people by never letting creatures stay on the field. Esper Dragons and Blue Black control will always be good decks, but Sultai has some its own card quality. Where else can you play Courser of …

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Magic Origins upgrades to Red

With the release of Dragons of Tarkir, red decks finally had their time in the sun with Atarka Red and Mono-Red aggro having great performances at tournaments, including the Dragons of Tarkir Protour where it won against UB Control. Since then, the archetype has diminished a bit, but remains to be a contender. With the …

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Magic Artists and their least favorite pieces

Welcome to a new series (until I run out of artists to meet at GPs) on Roxie Cards. The idea came to me at Grand Prix Las Vegas. While most people like to talk to artists about their favorite pieces or other topics, I wanted to go a different route. Not one to hold up …

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Keeping up with Esper Dragons in Standard

  Keeping Esper Dragons Up to Date With the rapid evolution of the standard metagame, what is considered the best one week will not necessarily be the best the next week. Many players have dropped Esper Dragons for some flavor of Abzan (megamorph, midrange, and aggro), or a deck that exploits Abzan weaknesses. Why? Is …

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Video Spotlight: Esper Dragons

Yet Another Esper Dragons Article It’s pretty well established currently that Esper Dragons is one of the best decks in Standard. Today, I’ve taken that list and put my own spin on it as well as played some rounds to show off how versatile this deck is. For reference, here’s the exact list I’m playing …

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Playtest Perspective: Jund Midrange vs Temur Dragons

In today’s Playtest Perspective video, two non aggressive decks face off against each other. Jund Midrange is similar to Gerrard Fabiano’s standard Jund list, which combines removal and big creatures to keep the game in it’s advantage. With the help of for recursion, and for extra cards, the deck should always have a play. Temur …

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The value of Dragons of Tarkir

We are about a month in from playing with the new cards from Dargons of Tarkir (if you count the prerelease), and with a Pro Tour and a few Grand Prix events that have passed, it’s now a good time to see what cards are performing financially from the new set. Note, all prices are …

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