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Weekly Update (Nov 10): Mythic Championship VI Decklists



Mythic Championship VI Top 8 Decklists


3 Simic Food, 3 Sultai Food, 1 Selesnya Adventure, 1 Golgari Adventure.Read more


Mythic Championship VI Matchup Data


The swiss rounds of Mythic Championship are over. What was the best Oko deck? Could non-Oko decks compete? We have the answers.Read more


Banned and Restricted Update, November 4, 2019: Pioneer Bans


Felidar Guardian, Leyline of Abundance, and Oath of Nissa are banned.Read more


Banned and Restricted Update, November 5, 2019: Oko Banned in Brawl


Oko, Thief of Crowns banned in Brawl.Read more


Budget Magic: $99 (29 tix) Gary Zombies (Pioneer, Magic Online)


How good is Zombies tribal in Pioneer with Gray Merchant of Asphodel as a finisher? Let's find out!Read more


Finance Update w/ Saffron Olive


Oko, Thief of Crowns Underground Sea Nissa, Voice of Zendikar

 

This week, the biggest finance news comes from Mythic Championship VI, which was dominated by Oko, Thief of Crowns in a historic way, with Oko decks making up 69% of the day one meta, increasing to 71% of the day two meta, and 75% of the top eight. Based on this, it seems exceedingly likely that Oko, Thief of Crowns gets banned next Monday. Right now the planeswalker is $38 (down 19% on the week, in anticipation of a banning), and while Modern and Pioneer play should help it maintain some value, the safest move is to simply sell your copies, especially if you aren't playing them in non-Standard formats. 

 

The other big piece of news this week is that StarCityGames is dropping Legacy from its Open Series in favor of Pioneer. This lead to a lot of people worrying about the value of their Legacy staples, but financially, I'm not sure having less tournament support will have a huge impact on the prices. Cards like the original dual lands are extremely rare (and unlikely to ever become less so thanks to the Reserved List) and staples in Commander, a format that generates way more demand than Legacy for the past several years. I wouldn't be overly worried about holding onto most Reserved List cards, especially those that are playable in Commander. The lack of Legacy on the SCG Tour does decrease the format's prestige, but I'd be surprised if it had a huge impact on card prices.

 

Finally, Pioneer prices have finally started to stabilize. Rather than seeing a bunch cards increase hundreds of%age points, this week saw just one in Nissa, Voice of (em>Zendikar</em) (up 101% to $22 thanks to Pioneer Hardened Scales), with the next the biggest Pioneer winners being cards like Vivien, Arkbow Ranger and Field of the Dead, both which ticked up about 20%. This might partly be due to some concerns about buying into the format while we are getting weekly banned list updates. The risk of buying into a deck and having it banned in short order is higher in Pioneer than any other format. On the other hand, with the SCG Invitational, a Player's Tour, and Grand Prix on the way in the next few months, buying into a safe deck (one that doesn't have cards that are likely to be banned) does have some merit. There could be another explosion of interest in the format when paper support increases beginning in 2020.


Decks for The Festival of the Fae: Standard Artisan on MTG Arena


Looking for something to win your storybook card styles on Magic Arena? Here's a few ideas!Read more

Brawl Bash: Bolas Brawl! (Brawl, Magic Arena)

Vintage 101: US Eternal Weekend NA Vintage Championships 2019

Are you looking to be a Bolas Brawler? TheAsianAvenger plays his variant of Bolas Brawl! Read more

Joe Dyer jumps right into the thick of all the action with the NA Vintage Championships 2019 at Eternal Weekend! Read more


Against the Odds: Maze's End (Pioneer, Magic Online)


What are the odds of winning with Maze's End in Pioneer? Let's find out!Read more

Single Scoop: Izzet Control (Standard, Magic Arena)

Brewer's Minute: Pioneer Bannings and Watch List

TheAsianAvenger takes a counter & burn style of deck into the ladder! Read more

Pioneer is here, and until 2020 is getting a banned and restricted announcement every week. What cards should we be keeping an eye on for potential bannings and what's already banned? Let's discuss! Read more

Budget Commander: Sram, Senior Edificer | Aura Voltron | $25, $50, $100

The Fish Tank: Sweet and Spicy Viewer-Submitted Decks (Nov. 3–Nov. 9, 2019)

Build a Mono White powerhouse starting at just $25! This Aura deck is insane! Read more

What interesting decks did viewers submit this week? Let's jump into The Fish Tank and find out! Read more


Commander Clash S7 E8: Viewer Submitted Decks | Karona vs. Kefnet vs. Morophon vs. Shattergang Brothers


The crew plays decks submitted by you, the viewers!Read more

Pioneer Peak: Esper Control (Pioneer, Magic Online)

Podcast 249: Standard and Pioneer Tournaments, Commander Product Announcement

Crim tries to find a control deck suitable for Pioneer! Read more

Seth and Richard talk Standard and Pioneer, a bundle of Commander news and answer some #MTGFishmail. Read more


Instant Deck Techs


Each day we'll be posting a short, three minute deck tech featuring some of the coolest decks that come across the site. The most popular deck will be made into videos the following week based on your views, likes and comments in the videos. Here's this week's Instant Deck Techs:


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