Sunday, January 12th was a big day in the world of Magic Online Pauper. The final Challenge of the Throne of Eldraine season took place almost concurrently with the Pauper Champs, the latter of which qualified the winner for the Magic Online Championship Series and a shot at the Players Tour. While Flicker Tron didContinue reading “Sunday January 12th Wrap”
These days when I play paper Magic it tends to be Commander. It’s not that I don’t love draft or Pauper or whatever else you throw my way. It’s just that, given the realities of my existence – work, family, all of this I mean seriously if you’re not worried you’re not paying attention voteContinue reading “Commander Corner: Hakim Lore Weaver”
Theros Beyond Death is right around the corner; the Throne of Eldraine season is over. Next week the Pauper Format Championship will determine which player makes it to the MOCS and then a bevy of new options will enter the card pool. But on January 5th it was more of the same. Flicker Tron tookContinue reading “January 5th Pauper Challenge Breakdown”
The final Pauper Challenge of 2019 was also the 10th event since the Arcum’s Astrolabe ban that reported the Top 32 decks – the December 1st Playoff only provided Top 16 data. While Flicker Tron decks had been on the decline as of late, they came back in force. Four of these decks placed inContinue reading “December 29th Pauper Challenge Breakdown”
The December 22 Pauper Challenge was a return to form in that it was 7 rounds rather than 6. Flicker Tron continued its downward trend in popularity while two old favorites cemented themselves as players to start 2020. Boros Bully, Boros Monarch, and Izzet Faeries each took home two slots in the Top 8. TheContinue reading “December 22 Pauper Challenge Breakdown”
This weekend I fired up my old laptop and decided to make a video of a league playthrough. The echo is bad and at times my play is worse. Murasa Black is a fun take on midrange and gives me the opportunity to try and succeed through tight play. Let’s see how I did…
After years of maintaining a blog, I decided to finally move things over to WordPress. Simply put, the experience I’ve had on the backend of various Magic websites makes this platform easier to use. I’m excited for my journey to take another turn.