May 3, 2019

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Experience vs. Experience; Grand Prix Niagara Falls

Hey, MTGCanada readers! I'm back, and this time I'll be speaking about my experience at MagicFest Niagara Falls. I recently wrote an article (here) lightly covering the game plan for a few of the cheaper Legacy decks out there. The purpose was both to figure out what deck I wanted to play and to help people in the same boat I was in; new to the format, looking to start playing on a smaller...


April 24, 2019

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Upgrading Arcane Tempo on a Budget

Good evening, players! Welcome to the final article in this series, where we look at the 2019 Challenger Decks and how to upgrade them on a budget! Please be sure to check out the previous parts of this series covering United Assault, Lightning Aggro, and Deadly Discovery. Today we're moving on to our final Challenger Deck, Arcane Tempo. To put it simply, this deck requires you to draw as many...


April 20, 2019

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Upgrading Deadly Discovery on a Budget

Good evening, players! Today we’re looking at the 2019 Challenger Decks and how to upgrade them on a budget. If you haven't already read Parts One and Two, please check them now. Today, we'll touch on my favourite of the guilds, Golgari. In specific, we'll look at Golgari's entry into the Challenger Decks, Deadly Discovery. There will be some slight favouritism here, but given what Golgari...


April 18, 2019

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Upgrading Lightning Aggro on a Budget

Good evening players! Today we’re looking at the second 2019 Challenger Deck – Lightning Aggro. This will be the second of four articles, feel free to look at the first one here. As with my first article, I’ll be doing my best to delve into the reasons for the changes, how many changes we're making, and what the mainboard and sideboard of each deck will look like once everything is said and...


April 16, 2019

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Upgrading United Assault on a Budget

Good evening players! Today we’re looking at the 2019 Challenger Decks in the first of a four-part series. More specifically, we're looking at how to make them better on a budget. I’ll be doing my best to delve into the reasons for the changes, how many changes we're making, and what the mainboard and sideboard of each deck will look like once everything is said and done. The initial...


April 5, 2019

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EDH Tool Chest: Mardu Political Burn

Have you ever had issues with threat assessment in your playgroup? Ever played some value cards only to be hated off of the battlefield? Have you ever tried to play politically only to wind up helping everyone but yourself? Look no further than and ! While both have their own unique approach to political play, the general tool chest I'm presenting today will be more or less the same. With it,...


April 3, 2019

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Making the Jump to Legacy; Prepping for Niagara Falls

Hey, MTGCanada readers! I'm back with a beginner's look at the Legacy format as I prepare to step into the big leagues. If you're unaware, Legacy is a format that includes cards from every Magic set in history, which provides some very powerful and entertaining game play. Part of the reason I wanted to write this article is to highlight some of the easier decks to jump into the format with....


March 16, 2019

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Adventures in Standard: Aggro vs. Control

As Standard has improved over the last few years, we've seen a wide range of decks emerge. But even as big as some of these have grown, according to mtgdecks.net, even the most popular only represents about 10% of the meta. But no matter how wide the variety of popular decks becomes, one thing remains true: Aggro and Control will always be well represented. Even now, these two archetypes remain...

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