The EPIC Storm


Playing in Paper

This might sound a bit counter-intuitive, but there is a possibility, as a storm player, that playing MTGO can make you worse at piloting your deck in paper (yep, I said it). Now, don't get me wrong, I think that playing MTGO is one of the most important things any magic player can do. It significantly increases your understanding of the game's rules and interactions because there's never any misinterpretation of Read More »

TES Infernal Tutoring #20

Welcome back to the Infernal Tutoring series! My name is Alex McKinley and I take a break from thinking about math and card choices to actually play some magic! I think I've found some situations that are a bit off the beaten path, where we are not always looking to go off this turn. When I'm practicing the deck, I am often goldfishing in my spare time, and finding the lines Read More »

TES Matchup Battles: 4c Loam

4c Loam is an aggro-control deck capable of both board control and an aggressive clock. It is centered around using lands and Life from the Loam, hence the name of the deck. Because of this, it is considered one of the midrange decks in Legacy being able to play a longer game, but also play many aggressive cards like Knight of the Reliquary, also playing into their lands strategy. While Read More »

TES Annual Domain & Hosting Fundraising - 2018

Hey, stormfans! I would first like to start this by thanking everyone who has helped contribute to theepicstorm.com and all the hard work they've put in over the last three years. Everything you see on this site is done out of love for the game, and more specifically - the storm mechanic. Our writers & contributors aren't paid and have to deal with my high-standards on a month-to-month basis and I Read More »

Through the Looking Glass: RUG Delver with Eric Vergo

Special thanks to Eric Vergo for his contributions to today's article. Since July's bannings of Deathrite Shaman and Gitaxian Probe, RUG Delver has returned as one of the most played decks in the format. With having a wide array of countermagic and mana denial, RUG Delver can be very challenging to play against, especially with the loss of Gitaxian Probe. On this month's Through the Looking Glass, we brought on Eric Read More »