Modern Magic (the Gathering)


The rules for the modern format of Magic the Gathering is slightly different from standard.
With the exception of basic land cards, a player’s combined deck and sideboard may not contain more than four of any individual card just like normal.

Decks have to have at least 60 cards from the following series:

  • Eighth Edition
  • Mirrodin
  • Darksteel
  • Fifth Dawn
  • Champions of Kamigawa
  • Betrayers of Kamigawa
  • Saviors of Kamigawa
  • Ninth Edition
  • Ravnica: City of Guilds
  • Guildpact
  • Dissension
  • Coldsnap
  • Time Spiral
  • Planar Chaos
  • Future Sight
  • Tenth Edition
  • Lorwyn
  • Morningtide
  • Shadowmoor
  • Eventide
  • Shards of Alara
  • Conflux
  • Alara Reborn
  • Magic 2010
  • Zendikar
  • Worldwake
  • Rise of the Eldrazi
  • Magic 2011
  • Scars of Mirrodin
  • Mirrodin Besieged
  • New Phyrexia
  • Magic 2012
  • Innistrad (effective September 30, 2011)

Elf Warrior combos


Im a series of posts im going to explain several combo`s I use in MtG.

In my Magic Online Elf deck is the following combo:

Imperious Perfect allows you to create a new Elf Warrior creature each turn, while Bramblewood Paragon provides trample and +1/+1. When this spell resolves the Obsidian Battle-Axe can be attached to the new creature which gives it +2/+1 and haste. This leads to a 4/3 creature with trample and haste.