Modern Musings on Assassin’s Trophy

Guilds of Ravnica is almost upon us and spoiler season has truly kicked off after the initial teaser we received. This set looks like it has something for everyone and I’m counting the days till I can start cracking those prerelease packs. There is a certain card that has been…

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Towers, Mines and Fine Lines – Collecting a Company

With team events becoming increasingly popular thanks to recent Star City Game Opens and Pro Tour 25 coming up, this week I look at a unique format called Team Unified Modern. I imagine some of you are wondering, what’s Team Unified Modern? Team Unified Modern is a format that consists…

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Towers, Mines and Fine Lines – I Karn’t Believe It!

Firstly, hello everyone! I’m the newest addition to the MTGDeckTechs roster and excited to be a part of the team. My name is Emma, I reside in Suffolk, England and have been playing Magic since 2014 – my formats of choice are Modern with a smattering of Commander. In my…

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Know Yourself: Modern Lands and why they’re great

Hello everybody, and welcome to this week’s edition know yourself. For this week, I want to discuss the many varied types of lands that people play in modern outside of the standard fetchlands, and want to touch on why these lands are so important as to the health and stability…

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Mythical Magic – Foresty Tron of the Commons

  Hi everyone! Today I switch the subject a bit from the Standard side of Magic to one of my favourite formats and decktypes, Mono Green Pauper Tron. Don’t you just love to play with Tron lands but with a cost of only about 30 tix online (sideboard is about…

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Deck Tech – paTron of the Sea

I’d like to start my article by apologizing for the lack of content from me over the recent weeks. I’m currently trying to set up a way to be able to do videos from this point going forward. The videos will feature me playing a modern deck that I choose…

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Deep Analysis – Voltron

“Rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated” What was the most surprising deck from this weeks #SCGCOL Modern Open #MTG? — MTGDeckTechs (@mtgdecktechs) November 14, 2016 Another Modern event with another surprise winner.  While Tron hasn’t been as powerful as it once was since the banning of Eye of…

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