This entry is part 9 of 13 in the series Notions of Horde

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By Billy


Legends tell of a goblin of unusual intellect. One who rose through the goblin ranks during Dominaria’s Ice Age. Invaluable to Goblin Chieftains of his era, he built armies that made them Goblin Kings. Innovator of brilliant new tactics like “Don’t look at it! Maybe it’ll go away!” and “It’s the pokey bits that hurt the most,” he is perhaps best known for the brilliant gambit of “Everybody but me-CHARGE!” He is. . . Ib Halfheart, Goblin Tactician, and he has come to your kingdom on a Quest for the Goblin Lord!


Hello, and welcome to Notions of Horde! Today we are taking a look at a much beloved tribe, and giving them the Horde Treatment: Goblins! Goblins have been competitive decks in many eras of Standard, Legacy, old Extended, and almost Modern! We’ll see how well that translates to our beloved Horde format, but I expect good things.

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This entry is part [part not set] of 2 in the series Tiny Leaders

Hayes1 (1) panda Hayes and Clay here again to bring you content on Tiny Leaders! Let’s jump right into the elves and goblins matchup. Read the rest of this entry »

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Tiny Leaders

Hayes1 (1) panda Choo choo! There has been a very exciting format that has recently been gaining lots of traction in the magic community: Tiny Leaders! Hayes here with input from Clay writing about how the hype is real and why you should grab a friend to try it out.

Tiny Leaders is a Commander variant where players play a 1v1 match against each other using 50 card decks (including the Commander) and starting at 25 life. Each deck is full of singleton cards besides basic lands. The Commander and all the cards in your main deck and 10 card sideboard have to have a total casting cost of 3 or less. Hence the name, “Tiny Leaders”.



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