Arena Standard (BO1) Metagame Tier List and Rankings: September 2021

Arena Standard (BO1) Metagame Tier List and Rankings - Innistrad: Midnight Hunt

Introduction

Discover the best Magic: The Gathering Arena Standard decks and archetypes that the players are using to climb the ranked ladder and win tournaments. Explore the MTG Arena (BO1) Standard metagame as we regularly rank the top decks in a tier list, as well as our comprehensive analysis and review.

  • Click here to view the separate analysis and tier list for Traditional (BO3) Standard.
  • Click on the deck archetype name to find a brief description, links to the full deck guide with a more detailed overview and to find the latest decklists representing it.
  • Each deck will be ranked in numerical order as well as tier order. The higher something is within the tier, the better it is than other decks.
  • Below the tier list you will also find a curated decklist for each archetype as well as a full explanation and reasonings behind these rankings and tiers.

Methodology

When constructing the tier list, we take into account a variety of factors and sources:

  • Field representation, win rate and matchups: How prolific a deck is on the Mythic ladder and how it stacks up against the other popular decks in the metagame.
  • Third-party applications: that track matches and publishes the data directly from ladder play. Currently, we have access to Untapped.gg, MTGA Assistant, MTG Arena Pro and MTG Arena Tool.
  • Tournaments: Important results shaped professional players. MTGmeta.io and MTG Data aggregates these results to analyze their performance.
  • Game Mode: As a general rule, best-of-one (BO1) prefers linear strategies and the metagame is different from Traditional best-of-three (BO3). Read more about the differences here. Generally speaking, the tournaments results are in BO3 only, have a much smaller sample size and its environment is very different from an open MTG Arena ladder experience.
  • Opinion: Our own ladder experience and in consultation with players.
  • Others: If a deck doesn’t appear below, either the play rate of it is too low for it to make a tangible impact or it falls below the tier 3 threshold which we sometimes will highlight as Honorable Mentions below. It doesn’t mean it’s a bad deck either, as this will just be focused on the most popular decks in the current metagame.

Legend

  • Tier 1: The best of the best. The most consistent decks that sport the highest win rates and generally, the highest play rates.
  • Tier 2: Very solid decks that are slightly lacking in some capacity, whether it’s consistency or power compared to the Tier One archetypes. These can still be strong choices for ladder or for tournaments if you are highly skilled with the archetype or play them during the right metas.
  • Tier 3: Either these decks are poorly positioned or have a lot of power/consistency issues. These are decks that see play, but are generally worse choices than your other options.
  • Tier 4: Off-meta or decks that are not in the rankings, but we have coverage on.

Tier List and Rankings

September 30, 2021

It’s been almost two weeks with Innistrad out and the meta is finally starting to stabilize. It’s been a bit more static then the Bo3 meta as Bo1 players have already functionally had a few months to practice the format, but there are new decks constantly being seen and established decks changing in their ranking.

September 19, 2021

It’s day 3 of a brand new Standard and a lot has obviously changed from the days of Ikoria or Eldraine. However, if you were a fan of Standard 2022, you probably wouldn’t be surprised to see that a lot of what’s seeing play in the Best of One queues is the same as what you saw in the 2022 queues!

This is still a preliminary tier list so there’s a lot of time for things to change and plenty of decks that will likely be added in the future, but if you want a base line to work off of, here’s where you can start.


Standard Metagame Matrix

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rate
vs
mono-green aggro
vs
izzet dragons ️
vs
izzet turns
vs
mono-white aggro
vs
temur aggro
vs
grixis turns
vs
dimir control
vs
azorius control
vs
gruul werewolves
vs
mono-black control
vs
selesnya ramp
vs
izzet tempo
vs
jund midrange
vs
bant ramp
vs
azorius tempo
vs
sultai midrange
mono-green aggro
21.30% metagame
4500 matches
global 55.4% [53.9%-56.8%]
-
61.4%
678 matches
59.3%
728 matches
40.4%
705 matches
52.8%
309 matches
52.2%
232 matches
61.2%
152 matches
60.7%
145 matches
67.8%
115 matches
56.7%
97 matches
45.8%
72 matches
60.0%
75 matches
60.8%
74 matches
59.6%
57 matches
38.0%
92 matches
42.3%
52 matches
mono-green aggro
21.30% metagame
4500 matches
global 55.4% [53.9%-56.8%]
izzet dragons ️
12.26% metagame
2725 matches
global 48.1% [46.2%-50%]
38.6%
678 matches
-
47.0%
338 matches
53.0%
383 matches
49.2%
181 matches
49.5%
93 matches
49.3%
73 matches
42.7%
75 matches
44.2%
77 matches
63.2%
38 matches
48.8%
41 matches
42.3%
26 matches
38.2%
55 matches
54.5%
33 matches
57.1%
28 matches
51.6%
31 matches
izzet dragons ️
12.26% metagame
2725 matches
global 48.1% [46.2%-50%]
izzet turns
11.09% metagame
2588 matches
global 51.5% [49.6%-53.4%]
40.7%
728 matches
53.0%
338 matches
-
44.9%
334 matches
40.7%
150 matches
66.0%
103 matches
72.9%
85 matches
64.9%
74 matches
40.7%
54 matches
83.1%
59 matches
64.5%
31 matches
55.6%
45 matches
45.7%
35 matches
63.3%
49 matches
44.7%
38 matches
58.3%
36 matches
izzet turns
11.09% metagame
2588 matches
global 51.5% [49.6%-53.4%]
mono-white aggro
10.35% metagame
2578 matches
global 55.7% [53.8%-57.6%]
59.6%
705 matches
47.0%
383 matches
55.1%
334 matches
-
50.8%
195 matches
44.9%
107 matches
66.2%
68 matches
55.6%
63 matches
56.8%
37 matches
55.0%
40 matches
50.0%
34 matches
51.9%
27 matches
46.5%
43 matches
76.9%
26 matches
65.4%
52 matches
55.6%
27 matches
mono-white aggro
10.35% metagame
2578 matches
global 55.7% [53.8%-57.6%]
temur aggro
4.91% metagame
1255 matches
global 53.8% [51%-56.5%]
47.2%
309 matches
50.8%
181 matches
59.3%
150 matches
49.2%
195 matches
-
50.0%
40 matches
73.7%
38 matches
84.6%
26 matches
57.1%
14 matches
46.2%
13 matches
46.2%
13 matches
61.1%
18 matches
27.3%
22 matches
80.0%
15 matches
25.0%
12 matches
64.3%
14 matches
temur aggro
4.91% metagame
1255 matches
global 53.8% [51%-56.5%]
grixis turns
3.48% metagame
841 matches
global 50.3% [46.9%-53.7%]
47.8%
232 matches
50.5%
93 matches
34.0%
103 matches
55.1%
107 matches
50.0%
40 matches
-
70.4%
27 matches
44.4%
27 matches
45.5%
11 matches
55.6%
18 matches
37.5%
8 matches
66.7%
9 matches
62.5%
8 matches
100.0%
2 matches
51.6%
31 matches
71.4%
7 matches
grixis turns
3.48% metagame
841 matches
global 50.3% [46.9%-53.7%]
dimir control
3.14% metagame
670 matches
global 38.8% [35.2%-42.5%]
38.8%
152 matches
50.7%
73 matches
27.1%
85 matches
33.8%
68 matches
26.3%
38 matches
29.6%
27 matches
-
36.4%
11 matches
29.4%
17 matches
20.0%
5 matches
42.9%
14 matches
42.9%
7 matches
42.9%
7 matches
60.0%
5 matches
50.0%
6 matches
50.0%
8 matches
dimir control
3.14% metagame
670 matches
global 38.8% [35.2%-42.5%]
azorius control
2.73% metagame
627 matches
global 43.9% [40%-47.8%]
39.3%
145 matches
57.3%
75 matches
35.1%
74 matches
44.4%
63 matches
15.4%
26 matches
55.6%
27 matches
63.6%
11 matches
-
30.8%
13 matches
61.5%
13 matches
71.4%
7 matches
53.8%
13 matches
0.0%
8 matches
50.0%
16 matches
44.4%
9 matches
54.5%
11 matches
azorius control
2.73% metagame
627 matches
global 43.9% [40%-47.8%]
gruul werewolves
2.13% metagame
524 matches
global 49.0% [44.8%-53.3%]
32.2%
115 matches
55.8%
77 matches
59.3%
54 matches
43.2%
37 matches
42.9%
14 matches
54.5%
11 matches
70.6%
17 matches
69.2%
13 matches
-
35.7%
14 matches
47.1%
17 matches
66.7%
6 matches
75.0%
4 matches
45.5%
11 matches
66.7%
3 matches
28.6%
7 matches
gruul werewolves
2.13% metagame
524 matches
global 49.0% [44.8%-53.3%]
mono-black control
1.58% metagame
430 matches
global 44.2% [39.6%-48.9%]
43.3%
97 matches
36.8%
38 matches
16.9%
59 matches
45.0%
40 matches
53.8%
13 matches
44.4%
18 matches
80.0%
5 matches
38.5%
13 matches
64.3%
14 matches
-
66.7%
12 matches
66.7%
6 matches
33.3%
3 matches
66.7%
3 matches
0.0%
3 matches
66.7%
6 matches
mono-black control
1.58% metagame
430 matches
global 44.2% [39.6%-48.9%]
selesnya ramp
1.44% metagame
377 matches
global 50.9% [45.9%-55.9%]
54.2%
72 matches
51.2%
41 matches
35.5%
31 matches
50.0%
34 matches
53.8%
13 matches
62.5%
8 matches
57.1%
14 matches
28.6%
7 matches
52.9%
17 matches
33.3%
12 matches
-
11.1%
9 matches
20.0%
5 matches
50.0%
6 matches
100.0%
1 matches
25.0%
4 matches
selesnya ramp
1.44% metagame
377 matches
global 50.9% [45.9%-55.9%]
izzet tempo
1.36% metagame
331 matches
global 49.8% [44.5%-55.2%]
40.0%
75 matches
57.7%
26 matches
44.4%
45 matches
48.1%
27 matches
38.9%
18 matches
33.3%
9 matches
57.1%
7 matches
46.2%
13 matches
33.3%
6 matches
33.3%
6 matches
88.9%
9 matches
-
-
75.0%
4 matches
25.0%
4 matches
33.3%
6 matches
izzet tempo
1.36% metagame
331 matches
global 49.8% [44.5%-55.2%]
jund midrange
1.30% metagame
330 matches
global 55.8% [50.4%-61%]
39.2%
74 matches
61.8%
55 matches
54.3%
35 matches
53.5%
43 matches
72.7%
22 matches
37.5%
8 matches
57.1%
7 matches
100.0%
8 matches
25.0%
4 matches
66.7%
3 matches
80.0%
5 matches
-
-
25.0%
4 matches
100.0%
1 matches
0.0%
3 matches
jund midrange
1.30% metagame
330 matches
global 55.8% [50.4%-61%]
bant ramp
1.25% metagame
309 matches
global 41.7% [36.4%-47.3%]
40.4%
57 matches
45.5%
33 matches
36.7%
49 matches
23.1%
26 matches
20.0%
15 matches
0.0%
2 matches
40.0%
5 matches
50.0%
16 matches
54.5%
11 matches
33.3%
3 matches
50.0%
6 matches
25.0%
4 matches
75.0%
4 matches
-
0.0%
2 matches
25.0%
4 matches
bant ramp
1.25% metagame
309 matches
global 41.7% [36.4%-47.3%]
azorius tempo
1.18% metagame
331 matches
global 54.1% [48.7%-59.4%]
62.0%
92 matches
42.9%
28 matches
55.3%
38 matches
34.6%
52 matches
75.0%
12 matches
48.4%
31 matches
50.0%
6 matches
55.6%
9 matches
33.3%
3 matches
100.0%
3 matches
0.0%
1 matches
75.0%
4 matches
0.0%
1 matches
100.0%
2 matches
-
50.0%
4 matches
azorius tempo
1.18% metagame
331 matches
global 54.1% [48.7%-59.4%]
sultai midrange
1.05% metagame
277 matches
global 48.7% [42.9%-54.6%]
57.7%
52 matches
48.4%
31 matches
41.7%
36 matches
44.4%
27 matches
35.7%
14 matches
28.6%
7 matches
50.0%
8 matches
45.5%
11 matches
71.4%
7 matches
33.3%
6 matches
75.0%
4 matches
66.7%
6 matches
100.0%
3 matches
75.0%
4 matches
50.0%
4 matches
-
sultai midrange
1.05% metagame
277 matches
global 48.7% [42.9%-54.6%]
vs
mono-green aggro
vs
izzet dragons ️
vs
izzet turns
vs
mono-white aggro
vs
temur aggro
vs
grixis turns
vs
dimir control
vs
azorius control
vs
gruul werewolves
vs
mono-black control
vs
selesnya ramp
vs
izzet tempo
vs
jund midrange
vs
bant ramp
vs
azorius tempo
vs
sultai midrange

TIER ONE DECK ARCHETYPES

1. MONO WHITE AGGRO

  • Deck Guide
  • Win Rate: 60.2% (110,000 matches)
  • Change: 2 -> 1
Bo1 Monowhite Aggro
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Aggro
best of 1
3 mythic
19 rare
16 uncommon
22 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Instants (2)
2
Kabira Takedown
$0.98
Lands (22)
4
Faceless Haven
$35.96
60 Cards
$200.94
Sideboard
3
Legion Angel
$2.97
3 Cards
$2.97

Mono White continues it’s trend as the best deck with the highest win rate in the format and the best starts. Bo1 is a format that revolves around creature decks (whether you’re playing one or not) and this one is the fastest with solid interaction to boot.

2. MONO GREEN AGGRO

  • Deck Guide
  • Win Rate: 59.8% (70,000 matches)
  • Change: 1 -> 2
Bo1 Monogreen Aggro
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Aggro
best of 1
4 mythic
26 rare
6 uncommon
24 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Planeswalkers (4)
4
Wrenn and Seven
$199.96
Creatures (18)
Sorceries (4)
4
Blizzard Brawl
$1.00
Artifacts (4)
Enchantments (4)
4
Ranger Class
$67.96
Lands (26)
2
Faceless Haven
$17.98
60 Cards
$425.2

Although it got very little from Innistrad, Monogreen is still alive and well. The deck leverages the Best of One environment well by just bombarding the opponent with large creatures and not having to worry about going into Game 2 with a bad sideboard. What the deck slightly lost in speed it more than makes up for in power level and brutal efficiency.

3. MONO BLACK CONTROL

  • Win Rate: 58.4% (15,000 matches)
  • Change: Unranked -> 3
Bo1 Monoblack Control
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Control
best of 1
10 mythic
15 rare
11 uncommon
24 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Planeswalkers (6)
2
Professor Onyx
$35.98
Creatures (16)
4
Eyetwitch
$1.00
4
Shambling Ghast
$3.16
3
Sedgemoor Witch
$22.47
Instants (7)
3
Deadly Dispute
$5.97
2
Infernal Grasp
$3.98
1
Soul Shatter
$3.99
1
Hagra Mauling
$3.49
Sorceries (6)
Enchantments (2)
Lands (23)
15
Snow-Covered Swamp
$29.85
2
Field of Ruin
$0.50
4
Faceless Haven
$35.96
60 Cards
$420.08
7 Cards
$7.23

The evolution of Orzhov Midrange. Created by Grzegorz Kowalski, Monoblack decided to drop White and just streamline the plan of value creatures into Planeswalkers and Blood on the Snow. In a creature dominated metagame, playing these sorts of strategies seems like a great foil.

4. ORZHOV MIDRANGE

  • Deck Guide
  • Win Rate: 57.4% (17,000 matches)
  • Change: 4 -> 4
Bo1 Orzhov Midrange
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Midrange
best of 1
4 mythic
21 rare
10 uncommon
25 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Planeswalkers (4)
Instants (7)
4
Vanishing Verse
$15.96
3
Deadly Dispute
$5.97
Sorceries (4)
Lands (26)
4
Faceless Haven
$35.96
60 Cards
$200.06
7 Cards
$10.01

Just a derivation of Monoblack, Orzhov has a slightly worse mana base but access to powerful cards like Elite Spellbinder and Vanishing Verse that seem worth the tradeoff. It’ll be interesting to see if one completely overtakes the other, but currently they’re played at nearly equal rates and ahve nearly equal win rates.

5. BANT PARTY

  • Deck Guide
  • Win Rate: 58.0% (7,800 matches)
  • Change: 6 -> 5
Bo1 Bant Party
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Tribal
best of 1
2 mythic
46 rare
4 uncommon
8 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Instants (4)
Enchantments (4)
60 Cards
$210.98

One of the best decks of 2022 continues to perform reasonably well in the Bo1 qeuues. It’s become less popular than monocolored options due to more inconsistency in the mana, but it’s the most punishing deck in the format if it does it’s thing uninterrupted.

TIER TWO DECK ARCHETYPES

6. RAKDOS MIDRANGE

  • Win Rate: 57.9% (27,000 matches)
  • Change: Unranked -> 6
Bo1 Rakdos Control
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Control
best of 1
7 mythic
17 rare
12 uncommon
24 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Planeswalkers (2)
Instants (4)
4
Deadly Dispute
$7.96
Sorceries (4)
Lands (24)
4
Faceless Haven
$35.96
4
Sulfurous Mire
$5.16
60 Cards
$421.88
7 Cards
$10.01

The final derivation of the Blood on the Snow shell for this list. Rakdos is a blend of the midrange deck that was struggling to gain a foothold in Bo1 and mostly just changed its mana base to support Blood on the Snow. I didn’t expect that this is the direction Rakdos wanted to take, but it seems to be working for the deck as the win rate has skyrocketed since that change.

7. ORZHOV ANGELS

  • Win Rate: 57.2% (27,000 matches)
  • Change: 8 -> 7
Bo1 Orzhov Angels
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Tribal
best of 1
Cards
$

In a somewhat similar vein to Orzhov Midrange, Angels looks to play large creatures and removal spells to stymie the creature decks rather than Planeswalkers and Wraths. This plan is very solid against the creature decks, likely moreso than the Control decks, but really struggles against the control decks which makes the matchups very polarizing.

8. TEMUR RAMP

  • Deck Guide
  • Win Rate: 55.9% (4,400 matches)
  • Change: Unranked -> 8
Bo1 Temur Ramp
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Control
best of 1
10 mythic
20 rare
15 uncommon
15 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Creatures (14)
Instants (11)
4
Dragon’s Fire
$1.00
3
Divide by Zero
$0.75
4
Magma Opus
$15.96
Sorceries (7)
3
Field Trip
$0.75
Enchantments (4)
Lands (24)
3
Forest
$0.75
3
Island
$0.75
2
Mountain
$1.18
1
Frostboil Snarl
$6.49
4
Rockfall Vale
$33.96
60 Cards
$259.74
7 Cards
$7.71

There’s plenty of Ramp shells to try out in Bo1, but currently Temur seems to be the most popular. Although I expected it to look very different from the 2022 version (and there are iterations that certainly do), the highest win rate version is currently what seems to be my old version which focused on getting to 7-8 mana for the biggest bombs in the format.

9. IZZET DRAGONS

Bo1 Izzet Dragons
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Control
best of 1
10 mythic
16 rare
6 uncommon
28 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Creatures (8)
4
Smoldering Egg
$19.96
4
Goldspan Dragon
$219.96
Instants (19)
4
Consider
$9.16
4
Frost Bite
$1.00
2
Negate
$3.58
1
Into the Roil
$0.25
2
Dragon’s Fire
$0.50
2
Burning Hands
$1.58
4
Memory Deluge
$37.96
Sorceries (10)
60 Cards
$506.42

I thought that a new metagame and Smoldering Egg may be enough for Izzet to finally grow it’s wings, but it still seems to be just a fine strategy, nothing special. The deck still suffers from too many awkward starts to contend with the hyper efficient nature of Bo1, but it will be a great counter to the various other Control decks of the format.

10. GRUUL AGGRO

  • Deck Guide
  • Win Rate: 55.8% (5,900 matches)
  • Change: Unranked -> 1
Bo1 Gruul Aggro
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Aggro
best of 1
10 mythic
31 rare
6 uncommon
13 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Planeswalkers (2)
Creatures (18)
2
Kazandu Mammoth
$1.18
4
Goldspan Dragon
$219.96
Instants (4)
4
Play with Fire
$1.40
Sorceries (6)
Artifacts (4)
Enchantments (4)
4
Ranger Class
$67.96
Lands (22)
5
Forest
$1.25
4
Mountain
$2.36
4
Rockfall Vale
$33.96
60 Cards
$555

There are a few different iterations of Gruul, but I’ll keep it to the classic Aggro for the purpose of the article. I thought Gruul was going to be one of the best options, but it seems to be overtaken by it’s monocolored counterparts. My best guess is that the mana base makes for too many awkward games and having access to Faceless Haven is really important for aggro to contend with Control. Nevertheless, it’s still a solid strategy with some of the best cards in the format.

TIER THREE DECK ARCHETYPES

11. AZORIUS CONTROL

  • Win Rate: 55.3% (25,000 matches)
  • Change: Unranked -> 11
Bo1 Azorius Control
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Control
best of 1
Cards
$

Coming from (I believe) CovertGoBlue, Azorius looks to bore the opponent to death with only a few sparse win cons and a whole lot of Control elements in the meantime. This deck is definitely funny and reasonably solid, but currently isn’t as strong as the more proactive control decks of the format.

12. MONO RED GOBLINS

  • Win Rate: 53.9% (8,000 matches)
  • Change: Unranked -> 12
Bo1 Monored Goblins
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Tribal
best of 1
0 mythic
4 rare
19 uncommon
37 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Instants (8)
4
Frost Bite
$1.00
Artifacts (3)
Lands (21)
60 Cards
$55.92

I was surprised to see Goblins back on the map, but a reasonably efficient aggro deck with some tribal payoffs can only be so bad. Goblins suffers from lack of card quality as it’s other aggro counterparts simply have access to strogner cards and better synergies, but this is a decent deck regardless.

13. DIMIR CONTROL

  • Win Rate: 51.2% (32,000 matches)
  • Change: 9 -> 13
Bo1 Dimir Control
by DoggertQBones
Standard
Control
best of 1
6 mythic
25 rare
13 uncommon
16 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Planeswalkers (3)
1
Professor Onyx
$17.99
2
Mordenkainen
$11.98
Creatures (2)
Instants (24)
2
Negate
$3.58
4
Flunk
$1.00
1
Power Word Kill
$0.59
4
Siphon Insight
$5.96
4
Saw It Coming
$5.96
2
Poison the Cup
$0.50
1
Baleful Mastery
$3.49
4
Memory Deluge
$37.96
Sorceries (5)
3
Crippling Fear
$5.37
Enchantments (1)
Lands (25)
5
Island
$1.25
9
Swamp
$2.25
4
Shipwreck Marsh
$35.96
60 Cards
$289.3

Similar to Izzet, even a new set isn’t enough to make Dimir Control a great choice it seems. I think there is a good build of Dimir that will make it a better option, but it’s hard to say if it’s ever going to be a great option.

Thank you for reading! Have a great day!

DoggertQBones

Robert "DoggertQBones" Lee is the content manager of MTGAZone and a high ranked Arena player. He has one GP Top 8 and pioneered popular archetypes like UB 8 Shark, UB Yorion, and GW Company in Historic. Beyond Magic, his passions are writing and coaching! Join our community on Twitch and Discord.

6 Responses

  1. Ugh says:

    While the BO1 and BO3 tier lists are always a bit different, it appears that’s especially true right now with tier 1 and tier 2 a near complete flip-flop between the two articles. Can you talk a little bit about what makes some of these decks so much better for BO1, and others so much better for BO3? Is it simply that midrange decks have better sideboard plans available, or is there more to it than that? Thanks!

    • Terence says:

      Aggro decks fare much better in BO1 in general – because they are linear and with hand smoothing, the chances of getting a good hand are slightly better. This is why their weightings are a bit different in this regard. This is why you’ll also see some decks in BO1 (e.g. Mono Black Auras, Tibalt’s Trickery, etc) and not in BO3 because as you said, sideboarding makes them very weak.

    • DoggertQBones says:

      You pretty much hit the nail on the head, Ugh. Sideboards can heavily shift matchups especially in the aggro v midrange dynamic.

  2. Hannes77 says:

    Will there also be an updated metagame tier list for Historic BO1 and BO3 soon? 🙂 Last time there wasn’t one. :-/ I always highly appreciate the lists! 🙂

  3. Gratum says:

    Hello, I already have a made Mono Red Aggro deck but I’m wondering if it’s worth to craft the Winota deck. Highly appreciate the lists! Thank you.