Podcast Episodes

Episode 66: Chilling Results in Modern

Creeping Chill is giving Dredge a whole new lease on death in Modern! After its breakout performance in Dallas, will the hate be enough to keep it down in Charlotte? Or will we all sadly watch our life totals tick down in groups of three? Come hang out while we find out! Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music.

Episode 65: Oh yeah, Modern Exists!

We’ve been sidetracked by standard for the past couple of episodes, but with two modern opens and a modern GP just on the horizon, it’s time to get back to Magic’s most popular format! Sure, we talk about standard Golgari for a bit but tune in for our thoughts on Storm, Burn, Creeping Chill, and all the rest of those non-rotating standouts. Come hang out!

Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music

Episode 64: SCG Columbus Finalist Collins Mullen!

Fresh off of his team’s second place finish at SCG Columbus, Collins is here to talk about the tournament, Guilds of Ravnica Standard, and the recent SCG Tour and Organized Play announcements. From March of the Multitudes to Magic Fests, we’ve got a lot to cover this week, so come hang out!

Episode 63: Guilds of Ravnica Deckstravaganza!

They’re here! Week 0 standard decks are here! We’ve been brewing, we’ve been playing, and we’re bringing you all the latest of this experimental frenzy. Is monogreen stompy the deck to beat? Or is tribal angels perhaps going to be the new format bogeyman? Find out on this week’s episode! Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music.

Episode 62: Gerry! Gerry! Gerry!

The Magic: the Gathering World Championship was this weekend as you may…or may not… have known. With GerryT choosing to sit this one out in protest of WotC’s treatment of pro players and organized play, we’ve got Serious Thoughts about what this means for Magic. Plus! Collins played some big colorless monsters this weekend and CCR goes into his European experience. Come hang out!

Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music.

Episode 61: Guilds of Ravnica Constructed Set Review

CCR is back from Germany, just in time to review the hottest new set around. Whether you’re excited about hyper aggressive Boros builds or the most value heavy Golgari deck this side of an EDH table, Guilds of Ravnica has something for you–and we’re going through all the constructed hopefuls. Come hang out!

Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music.

Episode 59: Reid Duke, Reactive Decks, and Return to Ravnica

This week! We’re talking GP Reid Duke and how totally rad coverage was this past weekend. Slightly less importantly: we’ve got Guilds of Ravnica Spoilers! And since spoiler season is starting we’re going to take some time to talk about the cards that are leaving the format, what holes we’re trying to fill, and what we’re looking for in spoiled cards.

Come hang out! Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music.

Episode 58: The Spirit of Modern

Modern’s moving faster than ever! With GP Prague and SCG Baltimore behind us we’ve got some new decks taking over the top tier of the metagame–are UW control, spirits, and hardened scales here to stay? And what’s the deal with Vengevine? Plus we talk about making mistakes and how to respond to them. Come hang out!

Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music.

Episode 56: From Hardened Scales to Hard-to-Crack Metas

Fasten your seatbelts and harden your scales, because standard and modern are moving quick! But we’re here to break the formats down and take a look at the latest tech popping up in tournaments all over the physical and digital realms. Plus: what to do when you feel like your metagame calls keep falling short, even while other people seem to succeed again and again.

Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music!

Episode 54: Modern Madness!

SCG Indy is over and done, and brought some huge changes to the modern format! So this week we’re talking Militia Bugler, Wizard’s Lightning, and Drogskol Captain. Even a little Vengevine for spice! Plus we settle once and for all whether Jeskai Control is unplayable in Modern. Come hang out!

Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music.