August 2019


Through the Looking Glass: 4C Snow Control with Rugved Karhade

Special Guest A few words on Rugved Karhade (VedX or dystopiaa): Rugved "Ved" Karhade is an MTGO grinder and a constant player of all things "blu", though he tends to prefer UWx Miracles. One of the recent innovators for Miracles, Ved constantly posts unique lists on Twitter and often places well with them in MTGO challenges. You can find Ved on twitter @VedKarhade. Here is a recent 5-0 finish of 4c Snow Control from Rugved Read More »

TES Matchup Battles: Ad Nauseam Tendrils

Ad Nauseam Tendrils (ANT) is a combo deck that focuses on breaking the Storm mechanic to cast a game-winning Tendrils of Agony. This is done by combining mana rituals, tutors, and engines, such as Past in Flames and Ad Nauseam, to cast 10 spells in a single turn. Because ANT is a black-based deck and plays a card like Lion's Eye Diamond, it uses discard spells as its primary form of Read More »

Legacy League - Landon Sworts - 08/13/19

the epic Storm .dek (MTGO) | .txt   Main Deck 4 Burning Wish 4 Infernal Tutor 4 Brainstorm 4 Ponder 4 Thoughtseize 4 Duress 1 Empty the Warrens 1 Ad Nauseam 4 Rite of Flame 4 Dark Ritual 4 Lion's Eye Diamond 4 Lotus Petal 4 Chrome Mox 2 Mox Opal 4 Bloodstained Mire 3 Polluted Delta 2 Badlands 1 Underground Sea 1 Volcanic Island 1 Swamp Sideboard 3 Echoing Truth 1 Chain of Read More »

Matchup Mulligan: 4C "Snow" Control

Final London Mulligan Hand Answer Hand 10: (on the play) » Keep or Mulligan? Mulligan I created this hand with the intent of showing a hand I likely would've kept under the "Vancouver Mulligan", but would send back under the "London Mulligan." There's a few key decisions here, do you Brainstorm or Ponder? With Ponder, you're looking for exactly Lotus Petal and have an additional look off of the Read More »

Pondering Policy: Core Set 2020

Welcome to our next edition of Pondering Policy! Today we will be digging into one of the more impactful changes from the M20 policy update. There are several other policy changes, but this one is big enough for Storm players that it deserves its own article. Player Communication (Magic Tournament Rules 4.1) In this article series, we have previously discussed status information. This is information that must be "announced upon change and Read More »