Pioneer Weekly Meta Guide

Methodology

Each week, we here at Playing Pioneer take a deep dive into the Magic Online results for Pioneer. We take what data we do have and break down which decks sit where in the overall metagame of Pioneer. These tier lists include a rolling average to ensure decks’ movement isn’t too volatile on the tier list after one good week. Here’s the Tier List from this week that we’ll be working with.

This metagame breakdown article will accompany our tier list each Wednesday and will go over the top decks, why they have seen increases, decreases, or stagnation in play, and cover what stands out for why these decks are contenders in the metagame.

As the metagame starts to solidify a bit, we’re focusing on the top decks (S-tier to B-tier) and decks that are seeing movement within the tiers. All decks within the top three tiers will get a full breakdown and decks that change tiers will get an explanation as to why, but decks that are situated comfortably for a few weeks may not get a full breakdown. If you don’t see the data on your favorite deck, feel free to ask us on Twitter or Reddit and we can provide the qualifying finishes for decks that haven’t moved, such as Bant and Mono Blue Spirits this week.

So, let’s break down the various events we are drawing data from this week!

Events

This week we have our standard set of data looking at the Magic Online Pioneer Challenge along with a Magic Online Championship Series Showcase Challenge, and various Preliminary events throughout the week. For the Challenges, we are looking at all decks that earned the same number of points as the player in 16th in each event and for the Preliminary events we are looking at all 4-0 and 3-1 decks.

Each of these finishes are called qualified finishes and are part of how we determine which decks have seen success over the past weekend. While the number of finishes doesn’t account for all the purposes of decks moving, it can serve as a backbone to various arguments for moving a deck up or down the rankings.

Now that we’ve covered our data set, let’s get into the decks that will show up at your upcoming events!

Metagame Breakdown

S-Tier

Decks in this tier are the most heavily played and format dominant. These decks are the core that the rest of the meta revolves around. Players should be prepared to face these decks multiple times throughout a given event.

Once again, there aren’t any S-Tier decks! Pioneer continues to see a variety of decks at the top tables. While there’s a clear delineation between the top tiers and the middle and bottom tiers in terms of results, at the top, nothing is standing out enough to warrant separation from the pack.

A-Tier

Decks in this tier are generally on the same power level as those above it, and consistently post top results at events. However, due to certain factors like deck population or weakness in a key matchup they are not as format dominant.

Green Devotion

Deck Overview: Green Devotion is a ramp deck that leverages powerful Planeswalkers and high toughness threats to control the board before comboing the opponent with The Chain Veil and any mix of planeswalkers who untap Chain Veil on repeat while accruing additional value, finishing things off with either Pestilent Cauldron, The Stone Brain, or other such similar artifacts.

Why It’s Here: Green Devotion continues to show up at the top tables with eight qualifying finishes including a challenge top 8 performance. While the deck continues to have more finishes in the preliminary events than in the challenges – five to three respectively this weekend, multiple top 16s and a top 8 is more than enough to earn a slot in the A-Tier.

We’ve seen this deck suffer when put under a microscope and it seems like while people are still respecting this deck, the variety of top decks means it is no longer as scrutinized or prepared for as in the past. I wouldn’t be surprised if we continue to see this deck putting up strong numbers until Phyrexia: All Will be One releases and potentially shakes up the metagame.

Rakdos Midrange

Deck Overview: Rakdos Midrange is the premier midrange deck in Pioneer. It continually puts up top results thanks to a mix of popularity within the player base and its inherent strength as a strategy due to its suite of hand disruption, removal, and difficult to answer threats.

Why It’s Here: The king is dead, long live the king. Rakdos Midrange returns with a top placing on this week’s qualifying finishes with thirteen overall. With an even split of six challenge finishes, including four top 8s, and seven finishes in the preliminary events, it’s clear that Rakdos came back with a vengeance.

While it never truly went anywhere, the deck was suffering from the presence of Gruul Vehicles, Lotus Field Combo, and Selesnya Angels. Those decks are still top contenders, but we’re starting to see Vehicles lose metagame share at the top tables, opening up Rakdos to strive with one less bad matchup around.

Lotus Field Combo (Up)

Deck Overview: Lotus Field is a land-based combo deck that aims to untap its namesake as many times as possible to generate mana in order to fuel its storm-style gameplan. It uses this excess mana to cast huge game ending spells like Omniscience and Approach of the Second Sun

Why It’s Here: Lotus Field remains the best all-in combo deck in Pioneer. With another nine qualifying finishes this week including five in the challenge and four in the preliminary events, Lotus certainly showed up this weekend. Once we look deeper into the challenge results, we see one challenge win and a total of three top 8s across the two challenges.

While players may groan at the daunting process of learning this deck, we are seeing that Lotus remains an incredibly powerful deck that may remain underplayed due to its learning curve. If you want a great chance to be a few steps ahead of your local RCQ, I recommend picking up this deck and starting to learn it.

Selesnya Angels (Up)

Deck Overview: Selesnya Angels is a life-gain centric aggressive deck that aims to fuel its arsenal of cheap flying threats with the power of Collected Company to go over the top of other creature strategies.

Why It’s Here: Angels continues to slowly creep up the tiers and finally reaches A-Tier this week. With eleven qualifying finishes including three challenge results, this deck continues to impress since the printing of Kayla’s Reconstruction. Angels maintains a high ceiling in terms of powerful draws while also having enough powerful spells in Collected Company and Reconstruction to survive the late game. The hardest part of playing this deck is learning the life gain sequences, especially in paper, but if you can manage those, you have a powerful deck that kills in the air and is nearly impossible to aggro out.

Azorius Control (Up)

Deck Overview: The format’s premier pure control deck, Azorius Control leverages counterspells, wrath effects, and powerful Planeswalkers to take over the game and keep opponents from realizing their gameplan.

Why It’s Here: We’ve continued to see a trend of control decks returning to Pioneer’s top tables. This week, Azorius Control moves up to A-Tier with a solid seven qualifying finishes, including three results in the challenges. The deck leverages a great Gruul Vehicles and Selesnya Angels matchup to balance out the more challenging Green Devotion, Lotus Field Combo, and Rakdos Midrange matchups.

We’ve seen plenty of variations in builds over the past few weeks including four copies of Lay Down Arms. The main takeaways though, are that the top players are running the sixty card version and they are leveraging having innately positive matchups at the top tables to continue the rebirth of control in Pioneer.

B-Tier

Decks in this tier are proven performers with strong finishes that will reward good player skill/dedicated play. However, they generally lack a certain level of power/consistency to take them to the winner’s podium on a regular basis.

Gruul Vehicles (Down)

Deck Overview: Taking advantage of some difficult to interact with threats in Skysovereign, Consul Flagship and Esika’s Chariot, Gruul Vehicles looks to offer that “big zoo” type gameplan of being the aggro deck that goes larger than the other aggro decks.

Why It’s Here: Gruul Vehicles falls down to B-Tier this week due to the rising popularity of Azorius Control and Selesnya Angels. While decks like Rakdos Midrange struggle into Vehicles, that isn’t enough to see this deck stay at the top, especially since it had a hand in pushing Rakdos down a bit. What we know for sure is that three qualifying finishes including only one top 16 in the challenges isn’t good enough for a deck to maintain A-Tier status with the other top decks of the format.

If things don’t improve quickly, we may be heading into Phyrexia: All Will be One with Vehicles trending further down the tier list.

Mono-White Humans

Deck Overview: Humans is an aggressive tribal strategy which leverages the synergy between creatures of the type, creating huge threats with +1/+1 counters while disrupting the opponent’s strategy through a myriad of minor inconveniences. The Mono-White build focuses on the strength of Brave the Elements and its ability to work offensively or defensively against any deck in the format.

Why It’s Here: Mono White Humans has had a few bad weeks in a row. This is the first weekend where I would say the deck has started to rebound, finding success with five qualifying finishes including a challenge top 16 and top 8. While the deck remains the best aggro deck in Pioneer, that wasn’t getting the job done with Rakdos Midrange, Gruul Vehicles, Selesnya Angels, and Izzet Phoenix around. Now, however, only Rakdos and Angels has persisted at the top tables and even so, their metagame shares are split with other top decks.

I wouldn’t expect Mono White to climb up to A-Tier anytime soon, but this weekend has done a good job of ensuring that a linear aggro deck remains in the upper tiers for another week.

Enigmatic Fires

Deck Overview: Enigmatic Fires is the format’s premier toolbox strategy, utilizing a value plan of turning enchantments into creatures that can answer any situation. The deck is slow, but extremely rewarding for anyone looking to put in the hours to master it.

Why It’s Here: This deck had a bit of a quiet weekend. We’ve seen the various Fires of Invention decks start to struggle once people put them in their sights. While the deck did manage three qualifying finishes, none came in the challenges and that’s a worrying sign moving forward. The deck remains a powerhouse against midrange matchups, but the rise of Angels and other decks that can apply pressure quickly means Enigmatic Fires will sometimes lose before establishing their powerful engines.

Still, the deck lines up well with a metagame that has Rakdos Midrange and Rakdos Sacrifice near the top tables, so it’s hard to count out this powerful toolbox deck.

C-Tier

Decks in this tier are on an average power level for the format or are heavily underrepresented. Like our B-tier these decks can reward dedication to the archetype, but they will require a more concerted effort. Players should be aware of these decks, but not over-tune for these matchups.

Izzet Phoenix (Down)

Deck Overview: Leveraging some of the best two-drop creatures in the format along with the best cantrips, draw spells, and removal, Izzet Phoenix looks to take control of the game from turn one and eventually turn a corner to finish with a huge, difficult to deal with threat.

Why It’s Here: Izzet Phoenix continues to fall, this week down to C-Tier. While the powerful tempo deck has soared as high as S-Tier in the past, we’ve seen the continued rise of Angels, Rakdos Midrange, Lotus Field, and more put this deck back on the shelf. With three qualifying finishes – all in the preliminary events, it’s clear that the metagame has figured out their gameplan against this powerful deck.

Until the metagame shifts back to some clunkier decks, Phoenix will continue to struggle keeping up with the speed and value of the top decks.

Abzan Greasefang

Deck Overview: Greasefang decks look to use their namesake to reanimate Parhelion II or other vehicles, and attack in for massive damage. The Abzan variant is considered the “turbo” version, looking to assemble both halves of the combo as quickly as possible through self-mill effects, while leaning away from the more midrange-y backup plan.

Why It’s Here: Abzan Greasefang continues to stand above the other Greasefang variants that pop-up every few weeks. While the deck does struggle to put up strong numbers, the explosivity of this deck means it can steal games against anyone. There are few decks in the format that can entice more groans out of opposing players than Greasefang. While that may be the case, this week there weren’t many unhappy opponents for the Rat Pilot with two qualifying finishes split evenly between the challenges and the preliminaries.

Greasefang feels a bit like the litmus test of the format. Top decks need to do better than it, while decks that struggle to consistently outplace this deck, tend to flounder in D-Tier and then fall off the list. While the deck hasn’t been overly impressive in some time, it still warrants consideration and if you don’t respect it, it can have a blowout weekend, much like old Affinity or Dredge in Modern.

Rakdos Sacrifice (Up)

Deck Overview: Rakdos Sacrifice pairs a value-oriented grindy plan with solid removal. Creature decks struggle to break through Fatal Push, Cauldron Familiar, and Witch’s Oven while controlling decks struggle with Deadly Dispute and Fable of the Mirror-Breaker.

Why It’s Here: Last week we saw Rakdos Sacrifice start to find some footing in the format. This weekend, we saw the deck get nine qualifying finishes! Unfortunately, all nine of those finishes came in the preliminary events and the deck seems to be having difficulty closing out finishes in the larger events. Even still, the nine finishes are a good trend to see for Sacrifice.

D-Tier

Decks in this tier will find the current meta hostile to their overall game plan. These decks can find success in the right environment, but the winner’s podium will be few and far between.

Dimir Control (Down)

Deck Overview: The best of Blue and Black control cards pair up to either combo out opponents with Day’s Undoing and Narset, Parter of Veils or use Torrential Gearhulk and Shark Typhoon to win the late game after keeping all opposing threats in check.

Why It’s Here: While Azorius goes up a tier, Dimir Control goes down one. It seems like the vast majority of control players are moving towards Azorius over Dimir. With only one qualifying finish in a preliminary, while the deck is powerful and has some strong matchups among top decks, it doesn’t seem like Dimir will be a long-term player if this trend continues.

Mono Black Midrange (Down)

Deck Overview: Removal, discard, and plenty of threats allow this midrange deck to drop Red and instead focus on some powerful sorceries likeInvoke Despair, Sign in Blood, as well as other Black-heavy spells to dominate the midgame and grind out wins.

Why It’s Here: Sadly, while this deck had a great debut last week, this week it was entirely missing from the qualifying finishes. While I would love to see how this deck does with more representation, right now players don’t seem attached to this new deck. Even so, there’s always Phyrexia: All Will be One to bring this deck back to the forefront.

Wrapping Up

There you have it, our weekly breakdown of all the top contenders in Pioneer and why they fall into their distinctive places in the overall metagame. While these tiers can change somewhat frequently, be sure to also check out our monthly overview of how decks performed on a month-to-month basis found here.

Best of luck at your upcoming events and be sure to stay safe out there!

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07 Jun 2022 - 28 Jan 2023
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rakdos midrange
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Mono Green Devotion
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izzet phoenix
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azorius control
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mono white humans
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other
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abzan greasefang
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mono red aggro
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gruul aggro
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Lotus Field Combo
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bant spirits
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rakdos sacrifice
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mono blue spirits
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angels
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4c fires
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5c enigmatic incarnation
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Boros Heroic
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izzet creativity
rakdos midrange
14.12% metagame
4995 matches
global 51.3% [49.9%-52.7%]
-
48.9%
882 matches
58.9%
594 matches
53.1%
401 matches
49.2%
449 matches
62.8%
234 matches
51.4%
282 matches
59.8%
169 matches
30.6%
265 matches
45.5%
176 matches
58.9%
168 matches
38.2%
110 matches
56.4%
165 matches
54.1%
135 matches
34.1%
185 matches
33.0%
109 matches
72.7%
55 matches
50.6%
81 matches
rakdos midrange
14.12% metagame
4995 matches
global 51.3% [49.9%-52.7%]
Mono Green Devotion
13.17% metagame
4834 matches
global 49.9% [48.5%-51.3%]
51.1%
882 matches
-
47.1%
594 matches
52.7%
334 matches
37.7%
443 matches
63.4%
202 matches
52.9%
274 matches
51.0%
151 matches
54.0%
265 matches
57.9%
178 matches
41.5%
171 matches
60.6%
127 matches
30.0%
150 matches
53.2%
126 matches
65.8%
199 matches
56.2%
73 matches
40.6%
64 matches
48.6%
74 matches
Mono Green Devotion
13.17% metagame
4834 matches
global 49.9% [48.5%-51.3%]
izzet phoenix
8.89% metagame
3362 matches
global 48.3% [46.6%-50%]
41.1%
594 matches
52.9%
594 matches
-
43.4%
249 matches
44.6%
289 matches
56.5%
154 matches
48.2%
141 matches
50.5%
109 matches
53.1%
160 matches
18.8%
101 matches
65.0%
123 matches
62.3%
69 matches
69.3%
101 matches
35.2%
71 matches
46.0%
137 matches
39.5%
76 matches
40.5%
37 matches
46.9%
49 matches
izzet phoenix
8.89% metagame
3362 matches
global 48.3% [46.6%-50%]
azorius control
6.92% metagame
2267 matches
global 53.5% [51.4%-55.6%]
46.9%
401 matches
47.3%
334 matches
56.6%
249 matches
-
42.6%
162 matches
65.2%
135 matches
52.6%
114 matches
47.5%
61 matches
61.4%
101 matches
46.3%
82 matches
62.9%
70 matches
50.0%
58 matches
55.1%
69 matches
76.3%
59 matches
69.0%
71 matches
78.1%
32 matches
56.3%
32 matches
52.5%
40 matches
azorius control
6.92% metagame
2267 matches
global 53.5% [51.4%-55.6%]
mono white humans
6.13% metagame
2550 matches
global 53.5% [51.6%-55.4%]
50.8%
449 matches
62.3%
443 matches
55.4%
289 matches
57.4%
162 matches
-
57.4%
108 matches
56.2%
121 matches
63.8%
58 matches
28.6%
126 matches
60.4%
91 matches
53.4%
73 matches
32.8%
58 matches
52.7%
74 matches
29.2%
72 matches
44.0%
91 matches
57.1%
63 matches
52.9%
17 matches
58.3%
36 matches
mono white humans
6.13% metagame
2550 matches
global 53.5% [51.6%-55.4%]
other
5.05% metagame
1546 matches
global 39.9% [37.5%-42.4%]
37.2%
234 matches
36.6%
202 matches
43.5%
154 matches
34.8%
135 matches
42.6%
108 matches
-
42.7%
96 matches
46.7%
45 matches
37.0%
81 matches
39.6%
53 matches
38.5%
52 matches
40.0%
25 matches
50.0%
36 matches
35.7%
28 matches
32.6%
46 matches
33.3%
36 matches
43.3%
30 matches
56.5%
23 matches
other
5.05% metagame
1546 matches
global 39.9% [37.5%-42.4%]
abzan greasefang
5.01% metagame
1737 matches
global 47.6% [45.3%-50%]
48.6%
282 matches
47.1%
274 matches
51.8%
141 matches
47.4%
114 matches
43.8%
121 matches
57.3%
96 matches
-
45.8%
48 matches
50.6%
89 matches
58.1%
74 matches
25.4%
63 matches
48.6%
37 matches
18.5%
54 matches
40.0%
30 matches
62.5%
64 matches
42.1%
38 matches
45.5%
22 matches
42.9%
28 matches
abzan greasefang
5.01% metagame
1737 matches
global 47.6% [45.3%-50%]
mono red aggro
3.87% metagame
1032 matches
global 47.2% [44.2%-50.2%]
40.2%
169 matches
49.0%
151 matches
49.5%
109 matches
52.5%
61 matches
36.2%
58 matches
53.3%
45 matches
54.2%
48 matches
-
41.9%
43 matches
66.7%
39 matches
57.1%
35 matches
31.0%
29 matches
62.1%
29 matches
23.8%
21 matches
34.5%
29 matches
35.0%
20 matches
56.3%
16 matches
78.6%
14 matches
mono red aggro
3.87% metagame
1032 matches
global 47.2% [44.2%-50.2%]
gruul aggro
3.79% metagame
1627 matches
global 53.0% [50.6%-55.4%]
69.4%
265 matches
46.0%
265 matches
46.9%
160 matches
38.6%
101 matches
71.4%
126 matches
63.0%
81 matches
49.4%
89 matches
58.1%
43 matches
-
47.8%
69 matches
56.3%
48 matches
38.5%
39 matches
56.4%
39 matches
35.9%
39 matches
55.3%
47 matches
27.7%
47 matches
45.5%
11 matches
30.8%
26 matches
gruul aggro
3.79% metagame
1627 matches
global 53.0% [50.6%-55.4%]
Lotus Field Combo
3.52% metagame
1197 matches
global 52.8% [50%-55.6%]
54.5%
176 matches
42.1%
178 matches
81.2%
101 matches
53.7%
82 matches
39.6%
91 matches
60.4%
53 matches
41.9%
74 matches
33.3%
39 matches
52.2%
69 matches
-
44.1%
34 matches
60.5%
38 matches
27.5%
40 matches
77.3%
22 matches
83.3%
42 matches
89.5%
19 matches
12.5%
8 matches
63.2%
19 matches
Lotus Field Combo
3.52% metagame
1197 matches
global 52.8% [50%-55.6%]
bant spirits
3.18% metagame
1103 matches
global 48.2% [45.3%-51.2%]
41.1%
168 matches
58.5%
171 matches
35.0%
123 matches
37.1%
70 matches
46.6%
73 matches
61.5%
52 matches
74.6%
63 matches
42.9%
35 matches
43.8%
48 matches
55.9%
34 matches
-
38.5%
26 matches
50.0%
28 matches
45.8%
24 matches
44.2%
43 matches
72.2%
18 matches
53.8%
13 matches
30.4%
23 matches
bant spirits
3.18% metagame
1103 matches
global 48.2% [45.3%-51.2%]
rakdos sacrifice
3.08% metagame
777 matches
global 52.0% [48.5%-55.5%]
61.8%
110 matches
39.4%
127 matches
37.7%
69 matches
50.0%
58 matches
67.2%
58 matches
60.0%
25 matches
51.4%
37 matches
69.0%
29 matches
61.5%
39 matches
39.5%
38 matches
61.5%
26 matches
-
52.9%
17 matches
56.3%
16 matches
16.7%
18 matches
26.7%
15 matches
88.9%
9 matches
42.9%
7 matches
rakdos sacrifice
3.08% metagame
777 matches
global 52.0% [48.5%-55.5%]
mono blue spirits
2.74% metagame
997 matches
global 51.6% [48.5%-54.6%]
43.6%
165 matches
70.0%
150 matches
30.7%
101 matches
44.9%
69 matches
47.3%
74 matches
50.0%
36 matches
81.5%
54 matches
37.9%
29 matches
43.6%
39 matches
72.5%
40 matches
50.0%
28 matches
47.1%
17 matches
-
33.3%
18 matches
59.4%
32 matches
75.0%
12 matches
34.8%
23 matches
69.2%
13 matches
mono blue spirits
2.74% metagame
997 matches
global 51.6% [48.5%-54.6%]
angels
2.26% metagame
797 matches
global 52.1% [48.6%-55.5%]
45.9%
135 matches
46.8%
126 matches
64.8%
71 matches
23.7%
59 matches
70.8%
72 matches
64.3%
28 matches
60.0%
30 matches
76.2%
21 matches
64.1%
39 matches
22.7%
22 matches
54.2%
24 matches
43.8%
16 matches
66.7%
18 matches
-
53.3%
30 matches
66.7%
18 matches
75.0%
4 matches
50.0%
10 matches
angels
2.26% metagame
797 matches
global 52.1% [48.6%-55.5%]
4c fires
2.20% metagame
1177 matches
global 48.4% [45.6%-51.3%]
65.9%
185 matches
34.2%
199 matches
54.0%
137 matches
31.0%
71 matches
56.0%
91 matches
67.4%
46 matches
37.5%
64 matches
65.5%
29 matches
44.7%
47 matches
16.7%
42 matches
55.8%
43 matches
83.3%
18 matches
40.6%
32 matches
46.7%
30 matches
-
29.2%
24 matches
72.7%
11 matches
47.1%
17 matches
4c fires
2.20% metagame
1177 matches
global 48.4% [45.6%-51.3%]
5c enigmatic incarnation
2.16% metagame
675 matches
global 53.5% [49.7%-57.2%]
67.0%
109 matches
43.8%
73 matches
60.5%
76 matches
21.9%
32 matches
42.9%
63 matches
66.7%
36 matches
57.9%
38 matches
65.0%
20 matches
72.3%
47 matches
10.5%
19 matches
27.8%
18 matches
73.3%
15 matches
25.0%
12 matches
33.3%
18 matches
70.8%
24 matches
-
0.0%
1 matches
40.0%
10 matches
5c enigmatic incarnation
2.16% metagame
675 matches
global 53.5% [49.7%-57.2%]
Boros Heroic
1.79% metagame
405 matches
global 48.9% [44.1%-53.7%]
27.3%
55 matches
59.4%
64 matches
59.5%
37 matches
43.8%
32 matches
47.1%
17 matches
56.7%
30 matches
54.5%
22 matches
43.8%
16 matches
54.5%
11 matches
87.5%
8 matches
46.2%
13 matches
11.1%
9 matches
65.2%
23 matches
25.0%
4 matches
27.3%
11 matches
100.0%
1 matches
-
50.0%
4 matches
Boros Heroic
1.79% metagame
405 matches
global 48.9% [44.1%-53.7%]
izzet creativity
1.34% metagame
507 matches
global 51.7% [47.3%-56%]
49.4%
81 matches
51.4%
74 matches
53.1%
49 matches
47.5%
40 matches
41.7%
36 matches
43.5%
23 matches
57.1%
28 matches
21.4%
14 matches
69.2%
26 matches
36.8%
19 matches
69.6%
23 matches
57.1%
7 matches
30.8%
13 matches
50.0%
10 matches
52.9%
17 matches
60.0%
10 matches
50.0%
4 matches
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izzet creativity
1.34% metagame
507 matches
global 51.7% [47.3%-56%]
vs
rakdos midrange
vs
Mono Green Devotion
vs
izzet phoenix
vs
azorius control
vs
mono white humans
vs
other
vs
abzan greasefang
vs
mono red aggro
vs
gruul aggro
vs
Lotus Field Combo
vs
bant spirits
vs
rakdos sacrifice
vs
mono blue spirits
vs
angels
vs
4c fires
vs
5c enigmatic incarnation
vs
Boros Heroic
vs
izzet creativity