The idea I started with was that green was going to be the control color. I gave each color 50 cards, and this is what I think green should look like at this point.
Of course, people will try to build control decks early on, which is actually a bit problematic, because building a control deck requires you to know what you have to answer. You can’t really do that before the format has taken some form. Another key question is what you can use as your win condition. Still, lets see what we can do.
Due to GP Paris, I’ve been neglecting writing these, so here’s some ideas on how to maybe build a control deck.
Spoiler Warning! Underdark Without Nightvision is a based on my experiences on playing Out of the Abyss campaign as a human ranger (deep stalker) and will include a host of spoilers. Thread carefully!
It took us four sessions (and then some) to get into the ages old question in a roleplaying game: Who is our party leader?
I usually do not post about Magic the Gathering. Mainly because Aki posts about it. A Lot. And I rarely have anything interesting or worthwhile to say. This week however was a bit different. I had a small vacation (since my son was with his grandparents and my wife was working). So what could I do? Turns out – nothing much but play through various different types of MtG. So this will be my random rambling about different formats.
Control is a relative term. We’re not going full UW No Wincons in the main deck Control here. Just decks that will rarely or ever take the beatdown role in.
The spoilers have started in force, so we can go ahead and plan and perhaps brew some more.