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Dec 18, 2014 by: Derek Madlem
Going Mad - Size Matters Ignore everything Yoda taught you. Size does matter.

Standard has always seen a constantly evolving metagame. Week after week we bring rocks to beat scissors, paper to beat a room full of rocks, and then we shift back to scissors to beat a room full of paper. If we're lucky we can pick which flavor of deck week after week that will give us the best edge against the entire room. Normally this metagame shift is achieved by playing different decks in different colors, but for the first time in a few years we're really experiencing this sliding scale with singular deck choices. What am I talking about?
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Dec 11, 2014 by: Derek Madlem
Going Mad - Bolas, Sarkhan, and You With previews for Fate Reforged just a couple weeks away, I thought it would be a great time to get everyone caught up on the story before we go back in time and rewrite history. You might want to get out your pen and paper to take notes ... this gets a little convoluted.
Dec 10, 2014 by: Brandon Jennings
Villainously Wealthy: A Sultai Love Story (I guess) It's been a while since I drafted Khans, but I was able to get back in the game this past weekend. I went 2-1 with some close games in all my matches. Good guys all around to play against at Fantasy as usual, and hopefully my giddiness when certain card combos went off didn't bother people the way that Ari Lax seemed to bother people in his Pro Tour win: despite his 'celebrations' being completely justified in my view. He's not a robot, after all. And yes it sucks to be on the losing side of the table, but Ari will be back on the losing side again. I mean, unless you're one of the recently banned cheaters, then there's always a chance you'll lose. If they thought they had a hard time losing before, now it's going to be impossible.