Special thanks to Ben Friedman for his contributions to today's article.
Death's Shadow has been an existing deck in legacy for quite some time now, however, it's popularity has spiked immensely since its showing at Pro Tour 25th Anniversary. For this month's edition of Through the Looking Glass, we brought on Ben Friedman to give us more insight on our matchup with what may be the best Delver deck right now.
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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 »
Special thanks to Zac Turgeon for his contributions to today's article.
Before the bannings of Deathrite Shaman and Gitaxian Probe, Dragon Stompy was by far the most prominent prison strategy you would see in Legacy. With most fair decks having a very greedy manabase, Blood Moon was very, very good. However, I wouldn't expect to see Dragon Stompy diminish, as it is a very powerful deck. With the metagame not settling Read More »
Special thanks to Jonathan Sukenik for his contributions to today's article.
Grixis Delver has been hailed as the boogeyman of Legacy and been a primary driver of the recent calls to ban Deathrite Shaman. Whether or not you agree that it's the best deck in the format, it's clear that Grixis Delver is here to stay. Boasting a nearly 17% metagame share by some metrics, knowing how to navigate the matchup Read More »
Special thanks to Jarvis Yu for his contributions to today's article.
Lands is a legacy mainstay that has grown in popularity over the last few years. Until recently, Lands was always seen as a free win for The Epic Storm, but as Lands players have gained access to more powerful lands such as Thespian's Stage, the match-up has definitely seen a paradigm shift. The natural improvement of their other match-ups has Read More »
Special thanks to Anuraag Das and Sam Roukas for their contributions to this article.
Miracles, with and without Sensei's Divining Top, has been a natural predator of The Epic Storm for many years. Force of Will, Counterbalance, and Terminus combine to form a suite of cards that can be pretty difficult to beat at any stage of the game. One of the major edges that The Epic Storm players can gain Read More »
Special thanks to Jonathan Anghelescu for his contributions to today's article.
Today like Quentin Coldwater, we plunge into the fountain. Show & Tell is one of the most enduring, iconic, and powerful combo decks of the legacy meta. Where storm builds a critical mass of cards, and fights through with a suite of discard spells, Show & Tell fights on a different axis. It’s an A + B combo which protects Read More »
Special thanks to Julian Knab for his contributions to today's article.
Today, like Alice, we climb through the looking glass. Elves is one of the most powerful and popular decks in the current meta. The little green men can form a solid grindy game plan, or with the help of Glimpse of Nature and Natural Order, can combo off as quickly as turn two. The storm variants have a faster fundamental Read More »