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May 4, 2014Posted in: Limited (Sealed, Draft)
I played every removal and blue stall card I had, also I had the inspire two drop dimir tutor to get the phenax or midas.
Aug 14, 2013I would build delver. You have cloud of fairy and spell studder sprite as well as counters and I've found success in nijitzu card drawers and spire golem ...Posted in: Paper Pauper and Peasant
I would look up mtgo pauper dailies and check out what lists are winning.
Cards like brainstorm and other good blue Commons that are a little costly are a good bet to keep their value over the long run.
May 7, 2013I'm currently testing out the same deck, kinda... but I want to know thoughts on including planeswalkers. The ones I have are 3 Lilliana of the Veil, 2 Domri Rade, and 2 Garruk, Relentless.Posted in: Standard Archives
I think domri is a good card to have because he has to be answered, there are a ton of creatures in the deck... and my regen creatures make good fighters. Lilliana i think is just a choice of mine to be more premium but It does not fit, just looking for a few words from the community on her in this deck before I give up. Garruk... probably strictly worse than falconrath so think I answered my own question there.
Mar 5, 2013I recently got a blue screen of death, and am now borrowing a laptop. It would be awesome to draft again on cockatice but I am having difficulty scouring the net for an alternative download to the client.Posted in: Third Party Products
If someone can shoot me a link to where I can find it, that would be greatly appreciated.
Feb 24, 2013Now that I remember correctly... the person I split with in Round 4 of the first event was splashing red for wolfrun in his bant... and I got blown out horribly in the one game we played, did not want to play another.Posted in: Standard Archives
Feb 24, 20133 Avacyn's PilgrimPosted in: Standard Archives
4 Boros Reckoner
4 Huntmaster of the Fells
4 Restoration Angel
2 Aurelia, the Warleader
2 Thundermaw Hellkite
3 Bonfire of the Damned
2 Garruk Relentless
2 Oblivion Ring
1 Searing Spear
1 Boros Charm
4 Temple Garden
4 Sunpetal Grove
4 Stomping Ground
3 Rootbound Crag
2 Sacred Foundry
2 Clifftop Retreat
2 Kessig Wolf Run
2 Slayer's Stronghold
2 Cavern of Souls
3 Centaur Healers
2 Blind Obedience
1 Rest in Peace
1 Garruk, Primal Hunter
1 Ray of Revelation
1 Pithing Needle
1 Selesnya Charm
1 Angel of Serenity
1 Zealous Conscripts
This is my Naya Midrange deck I have been tuning over a few weeks. I first was thinking Silverblade palladin, hellriders, flintof boar, and strangleroot geist and the more Agro approach was going to be fitting, but its hard to say no to the powerhouse cards that these colors have to offer. I decided to cut the two drops, go with farseek as well as cut domri rade and go with garruk relentless.
Our LGS ran two gamedays, 12pm and 4pm. Each had 12 participants where about 4 people left and so the same 8 ppl were playing in both. That might account for me going 11-1 for the day, but the meta was very difficult to say the least.
2-0 R/B Rakdos agro: Right before the tournament i said to a little homie, "you wanna use a hellrider for your B/R deck?" We got paired up round 1, and it was a blowout
2-0 G/B mid/jank: This dude abused corpsejack menace and primordial hydra as well as maindecked 4 deathrites, but my shining star was bonfire and s/b selensya's charm.
2-0 B/W Immortal Servitude: He had 1 and 2 drops with champion/doomed traveler and aristocrat/blood artist/ skirtsdag highpriest combos.. pretty good opponent and these games were tough. I used nevermore and named blood artist game 2, was clutch.
..split into top4 against a Bant control deck, we played one match and i lost horribly.
2-1 G/R Agro bloodrush deck. Very smart opponent had me guessing the whole way, and wins were paper thin from losses with this super swingy matchup. He admits my deck is the hardest for his matchup but still he gave me the biggest sweat out of all.
2-1 Naya Midrange. Another friend ran a simmilar deck, so it was a mirror match in the finals. Game 1 i farseeked on the draw and was able to play a huntmaster before him... both of us unaware of the rulings he palyed another and I passed my next turn.. luckily for me the ruling came in my favor and his hunts died (psstt... dont play a huntsmaster if your opponent has a huntsmaster already out and you have no play durring their turn.) Our notable differences in deck build are his using Domri Rade instead of my Garruk Relentless and he was running loxodon smiters and more boros charms main. It was great to win the mat, and plus 30 store credit
Second Gameday, 4pm.
0-2 G/R Agro Bloodrush, same opponent exacted revenge from previous semi's.
2-0 B/U Immortal Servitude deck. This deck ran blue for the alchemy's and such, fun player and great match but my shining star would have to be boros reckoner and miracle bonfire.
2-0 Naya Midrage. Again, a rematch from finals and this one I took down. Out game 1 took 25 minutes on its own, intense battle and great zem moments of thought.
Split into top 4 but this time it was a sweat... our tie breaks depended on one match and it eneded up going to time (Band mid vs 4c Bo Borg) so the person i was tie breaking with ened up in with me.
2-1 G/R Agro Bloodrush. After getting stomped game 1 I got him to mulligan to 4 game two then took down game 3 in a crazy exact-o fashion.
2-1 Esper Control. This list was fine tuned and crazy good, I was sweating it for sure. I had the nut hands every game, fortunately they all looked like this: 5 drop, boros reckoner, farseek, pilgrim, two lands one being a shock. So the question was farseek turn two or boros reckoner turn two, I took the option to beat face with the 3/3 and it ended up being the right line. The points in the game where he stabalized he was low enough life total that my top the the deck was in range of killing him, first a bonfire to get dissipated, then after his Angel of Serenity exiled my only creature a Thundermaw Hellkite came crashing in for the win.
It was a hell of a day, I had a lot of fun hanging out too... but most of all I walked away with two gameday mats!
so im gonna give a shout out to all the homies at COSMICS !!
Feb 6, 2013My experience using madcap skills tells me it is a strong card early where your opponents has to have an answer but it is also very strong later in the game once you weed out a removal spell or two and are able to slap it on a flier to get a decent clock going. But I have learned this card to be vulnerable to red removals, black common removal, and a couple of blue tap/bounce spell.Posted in: Limited Archives
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