Hello everyone. Everyone should already be well prepared for the last WMCQ this Sunday. So, you've already know all the tricks in your deck; you've already have a sideboard plan for every matchups; you've already practiced hundreds of games with the deck......but is there anything else you need to know in Modern? Today I'm going to suggest certain stuffs in Modern that you might not know yet.
The Modern GP weekends have ended. Now is the time to see what Eldritch Moon cards are actually good in Modern. I've done a little bit of research on the GP decklists as well as MTGO Modern Constructed League decklists.
Hello players! This week we will have a look at some of my personal experiences that I would like share to you all and also, sorry for the previous weeks hiatus on Modern 101. I’ll get back to you guys very soon when my practice sessions with my list of Modern decks are solidified so that I could give them a good write up.
Hello everyone. So Eldritch Moon hit the shelves last Friday. This set consists of lotta interesting cards to brew around, as well as cards that we can use to bring back old mechanics from the previous sets. Today I will show you all a Sultai Zombie deck that I made last weekends.
Hello there guys, I’m Jeffrey and we are now moving into the 2nd week of Modern 101! Guess what, the fireworks are still strong around this time!
Hello guys, last week was the Prerelease weekend for Eldritch Moon. It's an event that we stand a chance to crack the new pack to see what new cards will be adding in our card pool. Allow me to have a short brief about Sealed format. In Prerelease, we will be playing Sealed format which we need to use the cards that we opened in six booster packs (4 Eldritch Moon and 2 Shadow Over Innistrad) to build a 40 cards deck.
Greetings, I’m Jeffrey and I'll be writting a new column here: Modern 101. The 2nd WMCQ hosted by Classroom had just ended successfully and a huge congratulations to Wee Pang Ming from Team Decards for winning the WMC spot 2 years back-to-back piloting the same deck as last year, MERFOLK aka FISH.
So, Pang Ming won the 2nd WMCQ of the year with Merfolk, same deck that he used to win last year's Modern WMCQ. Congratulations to Team Malaysia and of course Team Decards. The players of Team Decards are really consistent with their results, deepest respect to them.
Hello everyone. I believe most players are preparing for the next big tournament - the 2nd WMCQ of year 2016. The format for the tournament is Modern constructed. For constructed tournaments, we can't simply go to a tournament with netdeck-ed 75 cards and expect to do well with it. So what should we do?