Evolving White Weenie

MTG Arena Good morning Strictly Friends and Family.  When we last met, I was discussing how much fun I was having with Heroic Goblin Visitation.  During my testing, I came to the sad realization that although this deck was fun, and was pretty good for normal weekly events, but wouldn’t quite cut it on a competitive scene.  Today, I will talk about the failings, and what deck I am currently on for SCG Cincinnati. However, before we get there, I wanted to talk a bit about playing the Heroic Goblin Visitation Deck in MTG Arena best of one matches. Here

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ARENA – SULTAI CONTROL

Welcome back for some more Arena Standard Action! Today we will be trying a slow and steady wins the race approach with a Control deck that I have been playing around with for a bit. We are going to explore Sultai Control. Sultai stands out to me as I get to play one of my favorite new cards: . Anyone who knows me know that has always been a long-time favorite of mine and I love to brew with the card! (ask me about some of those attempts sometime). In addition to the chance to get in some reps with

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Cube construction

Peasant Cube on a Budget – Colorless

Hi everyone, welcome back to our monthly chat on how to construct a peasant cube on a budget! We’re now through the five mono-colored sections, and (some would say) into the really interesting corners. Today, we’ll look at how to create an example colorless section of the cube. But First, the Rules Before we go charging in, let’s remind ourselves of what we’re trying to achieve here: We’re aiming to build a 360-card cube We’re going to stick to the rules of Peasant construction – only cards that have had at least one printing at a rarity of common or

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[The Colors of Modern] Part 4: The Shards

Hi everybody, and welcome back to another Modern article here on Strictly Average MTG. This article series continues to explore the possible combination of decks available in the format by highlighting a known deck in each possible color configuration. So far here is what I have covered: Mono Colored decks Allied Colored decks Enemy Colored decks Today I’m going to go over color combination collectively known as the Shards. Released in September of 2008 Shards of Alara was initially not well received. It was an adventure through a multicolored world driven heavily by story events that took place in other parts

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