Strictly Vorthos – Jhoira of the Ghitu

Howdy folks! It’s Joe again and we’re back with another Vorthos article! Last time we took a brief look at the history of Dominaria, but now we’re gonna look at some of the characters that we’re seeing from the new Dominaria storyline. This week we’re gonna talk about none other than Jhoira of the Ghitu, otherwise known as the new Captain of the Weatherlight (as well as… the first Captain of the Weatherlight)! Jhoira is an artificer from the Ghitu tribe on the continent of Shiv. Because of her heritage, she is adept in the skills surrounding artifacts. The Tolarian

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Edubious Standard Leagues Streaming Adventure, Volume 2

This week and next we bring you Edubious’ Standard Streaming Adventures on Wednesday, instead of our regularly scheduled EDH IMHO articles – Editor Week 2: Black-Red Hazoret You can find my stream at twitch.tv/edubious and you can read all about the Week 1 League and a bunch of other great content over at StrictlyAverageMTG.com For my 2nd trip out in the Standard Competitive Leagues, I decided to take an iteration of my first deck.  I really like the position that Mono-Red Hazoret is in, but it feels like it could use juuust a little bit more oomph.  I added a

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Strictly Eternal 101 – Back in a… Flash?

Howdy folks! It’s Joe again, and we’re back with another installment of Legends of Tomorrow: Barry Messes Up the Multiverse… Again. Or rather, some fun Legacy deck for you guys to poke your eyes at! This week we’re looking at a list provided to me by Brael, one of the Discord users in my Nic Fit Discord. He calls this list “Flash Fit.” Yes, I’m going to make an innumerable amount of Barry Allen jokes. It’ll be alright. Let’s take a look at the list, shall we? The Core of the Deck At it’s core, Flash Fit is a BUG Nic

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Edubious Standard Leagues Streaming Adventure

As I grow more hungry for competitive level Magic, my appetite for playing Magic the Gathering Online has grown with it.  Magic Online is a very convenient way to get in good, competitive level games of Magic without having to wait for a weekend tournament or travel half the town away.  In a town as big as Sacramento, you will always be able to find an LGS that is running a tournament on any given day of the week. I live on the far south end of the metro; all of the larger stores that run tournaments on Monday-Thursday are

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