Yesterday, I talked a bit in depth regarding my Grixis Death’s Shadow build.
Death’s Shadow can’t win anymore; There are no good matchups and people have figured out the deck. I began to believe in that statement. After pouring my heart and soul into Traverse Shadow, I began to accept that it no longer had favorable matchups across the top decks of the format. The emergence of Humans…
The finals of Grand Prix Vegas showed off the two most consistent decks in the format and it’s no mistake they were centered around colorless cards.
On February 12th, 2018, Wizards of the Coast dropped the J-bomb while also unleashing Bloodbraid Elf back into Modern.
I picked up Death’s Shadow in June of 2017 and haven’t looked back since. Previously, I played traditional Abzan and Jund, but I was quickly drawn to the increased power level and efficiency of Death’s Shadow.