Sultai Energy, or Sultai Constrictor, is a deck that has recently reappeared in Standard. The deck plays different creatures that enter the battlefield with +1/+1 counters on them, or that can earn them (e.g., ). We add to the mix, and we notice that flipping is definitely feasible. The ability of the gives flying and +X/+X to a creature, which at this point should already be big, and allows us to win the game in a few attacks - ideally, in a single one. Hadana’s Climb Hadana's Read more
Silently, without too much clamor, this card begins to appear in some Standard decks. If our opponent plays Rakdos or Grixis colors, we should not be surprised by this Minotaur … Angrath is also an interesting multiplayer card - the first and third abilities hit "each opponent," and the second one is what it takes to launch an unexpected attack. Angrath is one of the first planeswalkers with the legendary supertype printed on paper (we underline "printed"). Here’s a brief summary Read more
Loved and hated by equal, it will surely bring some headaches to Standard. Blood Sun is, clearly, a tribute to Blood Moon. Let's discover its secrets in the new Card of the Month.
Have we met before? It’s simply natural to compare this new card with which, by the way, is now rotating out of Standard. Actually, there’s a huge difference between them. Spell Queller, a white and blue creature, is very similar to a counter and therefore it is a tempo-oriented choice – we would love to see it in our hand as soon as possible, but it is far less useful in mid and late game. trades white for black, it costs one more mana and it is a control-oriented choice Read more
It makes you a mix between a Progenitus and a Platinum Emperion, and phases out all your permanents. What is it? And what is phasing, by the way? And how does it interact with enter the battlefield abilities? Everything about Teferi's Protection in the new Card of the Month!
Solemnity messes-up a lot with counters! What about poison counters? What about cumulative upkeep? Marina explains us all this and much more in the last Card of the Month.
As foretold, a new Card of the Month is here: Vuk explains us how to cast spells for free and all the interesting interactions of As Foretold.
Unfair to the color-pie, messing with layers, weird color identity... All the ingredients for a perfect Card of the Month! Francesco explans us Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth, and all its tricky interactions.
Messing up with counters and Constrictor? Does it work with poison counters? Francesco explains us all we need to know about the new "Hardened Scales on legs"!
Kaladesh Inventions bring us some treasures from the past. Let's review one of them with Francesco, which is explaining us all rules and policies related to the Sword of Feast and Famine and to its interactions.