What is “Standard” format?
Standard is a dynamic format where you build decks and play using cards in your collection from recently released Magic sets. Evolving gameplay and fresh strategies make it one of the most fun and popular ways to play Magic.
What’s in Standard?
According to Wizards, “Each year, four Magic sets are released and added to Standard. Once per year, when the fall set releases, the four oldest sets in Standard rotate out”
How do I build a standard deck?
Your deck must be at least 60 cards.
Up to fifteen cards may be included in your sideboard, if you use one.
Include no more than four copies of any individual card in your main deck and sideboard combined (except basic lands).
There’s no maximum deck size, as long as you can shuffle your deck in your hands unassisted.
When is the next standard rotation?
Here is what’s in standard today.
Adventures in the Forgotten Realms
Innistrad: Midnight Hunt
Innistrad: Crimson Vow
Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty
Streets of New Capenna
(Some cards in Standard have alternate versions or were also printed in older sets, and it’s okay to use those cards in your deck!)
Find a cool shop running standard F.N.M. here!