MH2/AFR #20. Five new brews with Esper Sentinel, and a frank conversation about Jumpstart Horizons and the Hasbro earnings report.
MH2/AFR #19. Bard Class provides an insane 1-card combo, pairing free mana with unlimited card draw. The deck is already good in Pioneer, but can it make the jump to Modern?
MH2/AFR #18. Hammertime sits at the top of the meta, but innovations continue apace. We look at Hard Evidence Velomachus, Kruphix’s Enchantress, Ragavan’s Kitchen, and more.
MH2/AFR #17. Modern Goblin Bombardment got a surprising new toy in Shambling Ghast, an unassuming 1 drop that creates infinite loops with Liliana, Untouched by Death.
MH2/AFR #16. Ingenious Smith powers up Modern’s best deck, Tasha’s Hideous Laughter mills 30 cards, and Portable Hole gives Urza a new toy. Also: Demilich and The Book of Exalted Deeds.
MH2 #15. What’s better than Emrakul with haste? 15 damage directly to the face! Calibrated Blast offers some sneaky combo decks with a little help from Brainstone and friends.
MH2/AFR #14. Part 2 of our full set review of D&D Adventures in the Forgotten Realms, with a focus on brew-around potential in Modern and Pioneer.
MH2 #13. Don’t look now, but Modern has a new Superfriends deck. Carth the Lion offers a Niv-Mizzet quality value engine, with a bit of planeswalker combo mixed in.
MH2/AFR #12. Rakdos Lurrus and Glimpse of Tomorrow in Modern, plus Part 1 of our full set review for Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms.
MH2 #11. Reanimator has long been a futile strategy in Modern, but MH2 seeks to remedy this in a big way. We’ve got four new decks to test with new tools like Unmarked Grave, Persist, Archon of Cruelty, and more.