Guilds of Ravnica Brews, pt. 6 – Monoblack Aggro

We already had quite enough 1-drops to make this work (at least a bit), so maybe…

Diregraf GhoulGrasping ScoundrelVicious Conquistador

The problem is more with the 2-drops, but Guilds does give this deck some long game… and Dead Weight. Granted, it’s no Fatal Push, but cheap removal is extremely important in a deck like this, especially since you have no usable discard.

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Guilds of Ravnica Brews, pt. 4 – Midrange Elves

There hasn’t been a set with a bunch of elves in it, but they have sort of snuck up on me by just being around on several sets. Ixalan has none and we are losing some from Kaladesh, but the losses are not major and there’s some very interesting ones on Ravnica. Some I didn’t even think of as elves.

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Watching Yourself Play

Last weekend I played at GP Stockholm. I was picked up for the feature on the second round. As you may know, most of the early round features are not based on the same criteria as the latter rounds, where they focus on famous players and those in the running for Top 8. In my case (and I asked Tobi Henke about this), I was picked, and I quote “[they] had access to certain decklists”. It was my fault then.

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Pauper EDH Deck Time – Crackling Drake

One of the weird archetypes I like is Burn. Okay, Burn in itself isn’t strange, but I’ve liked those red-based decks that rely on just casting spells that work well with the creatures. I’m not explaining this very well, but think Thermo-Alchemist. That’s something.

Now, what’s the difference between Crackling Drake and Enigmatic Drake? Not much, actually, but at least we can use flashback, delve and the brand new jump-start (which is clearly the reason for some parts of the text on the card).

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The Most Obscure Movies I’ve Seen

I watch a lot of movies. So, today I’ll share the ones with the least number of votes on IMDb. I lTeft out shorts and documentaries, because it’s quite common that not many people have voted on them, because people don’t necessarily think to.

Maybe I should have taken out the Finnish movies as well, since the potential audience for them is quite marginal compared to many other movies, because of the low population, but than again, they are also the more interesting cases.

Anyhow, here’s the ten.

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