Magic: the Gathering
Modern: Jund Midrange and Adapting to Changes
Today, we'll talk about Jund, which constantly changed since Modern's inception and is still present today!
The "Past" Jund
Pierson Laughlinused to get second place at the Grand Prix Phoenix 2018. I chose it because it was one of the first relevant lists after Bloodbraid Elf was unbanned, which, I think, is one of the most characteristic cards of the archetype. At that time, Jund worked with a series of powerful card which had individual impact, combined with disruptions to undermine the opponent's resources, the intention is to take all players to minimal resources, thus making them both depend on their own "topdeck", and that's where individual impactful cards wins the game.
The "Present" Jund
strategic advantage, plus card advantage in the case of the albino monkey and card selection with Darcy's ability, and all for just one mana! You can see more about these cards in this article from our friend Pedro. It's too big an advantage to be denied, and so on. The only creature not left out was Tarmogoyf which got even better today, as the current deck is set up to hit delirium quickly, which consequently makes the player quickly have several card types in the graveyard, allowing our Goyf to grow larger quickly.
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