Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Set Review: White

Welcome to the white part of our Gladiator Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set review! Let’s get to it!

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Set Review: Blue

Welcome to the blue part of our Gladiator Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set review! Let’s get to it!

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Set Review: Black

Welcome back to our Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set review! Lets check out some of the interesting black cards that have come out, and try to find a home for them.

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Set Review: Red

Welcome to the red segment of our Gladiator Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set review! Let’s get to it!

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Set Review: Green

Welcome back to our Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set review! There are a lot of cards to cover in green, so let’s get started!

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Set Review: Gold

Welcome to the multicolored segment of our Gladiator Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set review! Let’s jump right in!

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Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Set Review: Lands & Colorless

Welcome to the Lands and colorless part of our Gladiator Adventures in the Forgotten Realms set review! Let’s get to it!
tarting with a new cycle of rare lands all of which can become a creature temporarily, enter the battlefield tapped if you control two more other lands and, unlike previous creature lands in the format, generate colored mana. 

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Brewing a Gladiator Deck in Seven Steps

Building a 100-card singleton deck might be challenging, especially for the first time. I still remember Hi there! Building a 100-card singleton deck might be challenging, especially for the first time. I still remember my first Gladiator deck; it featured some bad cards combined with far too many taplands and went 1-4 in the Gladiator League. Once you know a bit about how to build a deck, it feels like being an artist, tinkering with every detail like it was a piece of a drawing or a song. The art of creating a deck revolves around taking into account both its efficacy and your Magic taste. While “de gustibus non disputandum est”*, there’s much to discuss about making your deck better and that’s what I’ll do in this article.

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The Armory #1: Pirate Tribal

Pirate tribal, an idea submitted by Fungustober#71587. These fearsome warriors of the high seas aim to quickly take down their opponents with evasive bodies and efficient removal. The deck also contains a minor artifact sub-theme and tribal synergies. Will the Pirates seize the treasures they desire or meet their fate at the bottom of the stormy sea? Let’s find out!

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Green-Black Aggro Deck Tech

Green-Black Aggro (henceforth referred to as GB Aggro) is a creature-based aggressive deck whose game plan revolves around playing threats resistant to removal while using its own removal and hand disruption to clear the way for those threats. It is slower than the fastest Aggro decks, instead favoring a longer term, more resilient strategy. This gives it more endurance in the face of board wipes than other decks, as well as additional avenues to disrupt Combo and Control lists proactively instead of relying on racing them.

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