Historically, my favorite archetype in constructed has been disruptive aggro or – the less politically correct – suicide black. The idea is that you don’t care about your life, as long as the opponent is losing more. Sadly, we don’t … Continue reading →
I’m going to be playing next weekend in the GP Utrecht. I don’t have any clue on what I’m going to be playing, and I’m leaving for Netherlands on Sunday, so I don’t have a lot of time to decide … Continue reading →
I’m going to GP Manchester next month. The format is Theros Block Constructed. Problems are pretty obvious: I don’t know the full block yet, because Journey Into Nyx spoilers began just today. Has that ever stopped me?
Building a deck is all about context. Sure, some cards will be weak in any context, but even well thought-out decks will fail if the other decks in the metagame aren’t considered in the process. Even within a format certain … Continue reading →
Back in maybe ’95 or so, me and a couple of my friends took part in one of my first tournaments (see Gaming Stories in the top of the page to see my actual first tournament) in small municipality some … Continue reading →
A continuation on my earlier lists.
ChannelFireball asked some of their favorite writers to write about the defining moments in their personal history with Magic. Obviously, I wasn’t in the group asked, and neither am I going to Vegas (this whole thing being a part of … Continue reading →
Not my first Grand Prix (fourth, actually), but I thought I’d share what happened this time around just in case you’re thinking about going to one.
Not necessarily very good ones, but ideas, still.
Grand Prix Manchester is in two weeks and I’m watching the Pro Tour Journey Into Nyx stream as I’m writing this. These are both Theros Block Constructed events and I’m going to the former. The latter is basically preparation. The … Continue reading →