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Michael Montano

Author's details

Name: Michael Montano
Date registered: June 8, 2016

Biography

I've been been entrenched in Magic: The Gathering since Core Set 2014 and my passion for the game has only grown since brewing my first deck. By no means a high level player, I simply aim to share what I've learned in the past few years with those who are new to the game yet eager to learn all they can. I'd also like to introduce a couple original ideas to the ether and share my general enthusiasm for the game.

Latest posts

  1. The Modern Learning Curve: Zombie Hunt — August 12, 2016
  2. The Modern Learning Curve: Burn — June 30, 2016
  3. The Modern Learning Curve: Infect — June 15, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. The Modern Learning Curve: Zombie Hunt — 2 comments
  2. The Modern Learning Curve: Infect — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

Aug 12 2016

The Modern Learning Curve: Zombie Hunt

The Modern Learning Curve: Zombie Hunt (This article has been edited since its initial publication, most notably the sideboards for our stage 2 and 3 build. Thank you MTGAmino user Rectcarahc Eman for the suggestions)

Welcome back to The Modern Learning Curve! The goal of this ongoing series is to introduce players to the …

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Jun 30 2016

The Modern Learning Curve: Burn

The Modern Learning Curve: Burn

Welcome Back to the Modern Learning Curve! The continued mission of this series is to provide players with an affordable window into the format that can be sleeved up for your first trip to a local game shop’s modern night and upgraded to a consistently competitive build. This week we …

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Jun 15 2016

The Modern Learning Curve: Infect

Welcome to the Modern Learning Curve, my debut series of articles where I aim to introduce new players to the Modern format with budget builds of existing archetypes as a means of gaining a foothold in the format and exploring different decks without an overwhelming financial commitment. Along with an introductory list, options for upgrading …

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