I'm back playing Shadowfist, but not maintaining Web pages. I recommend Stefan Vincent's page very highly. You could also do much worse than The Hub for a good deck builder. The Chimpshack is my card database of choice. There's a copy of the pages that used to live here elsewhere, which really flatters me -- it's not so often that pages that dated are popular enough to stick around.
My opinion on the current state of the game is pretty dated. I think Z-Man did an awesome job on card design, but I'm not familiar with post-Z-Man sets. I think that the game was damaged by several rulings and errata made at the beginning of the Z-Man era; in particular, I think the new end of turn ruling was a mistake and I think Pocket Demon should have been left alone. On the other hand, it's still a fun, playable game.
For the curious, my Old School Shadowfist Ten Commandments are as follows. This format was used for a tournament at Kublacon with good results.
If you want my old pages, they're available in two formats:
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