Tribal Apocalypse's starting time is not particularly friendly to players in the Asian timezones, but the ones who give up their sleep for us don't mess around. Meet our second Chinese player of the year!
Can the recently unbanned Bloodbraid Elf revive an archetype that people almost forgot about? In this article, I'll introduce you to Modern Jund and I will also tell you why this is the best deck in Modern for me.
I have a lot less time and money for Magic than I used to but still want to play. The solution? Budget decks. This first one is Modern and Affinity! Is is good enough and worth the tickets? Take a look!
Modern is the newest constructed format. Modern was created by Wizards of the Coast in the Spring of 2011 as a response to the increasing popularity of the Legacy format, which although popular proved difficult to access due to the high price of staple cards. Modern allows cards from the 8th Edition core set and all expansions printed afterwards.
Legacy decks may consist of cards from all Magic card sets, any edition of the core set, and all special sets, supplements, and promotional printings released by Wizards of the Coast.
Cards from expansions and special sets (like From the Vault, Commander, Duel Decks, etc) are legal in the Legacy format on the date of release of the expansion or special set.