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 have Flesh Reaver and Carnophage or even Thoughtseize and Herald of Torment, so I guess we have to settle for not killing ourselves that fast. Sigh.
Sixteen black one-drops. Don’t mind if I do.
Show must go on.
Well, this has been evolving for years, but I’m finally going to write about it.
She won’t do much in Standard, but there’s a lot she can do in other formats.
I was at GP Warsaw last weekend and saw this weird situation, where there was a woman (**gasp**) playing in the match next to ours.
Now, women in GPs aren’t unheard of. They are still – in terms Magic players will understand – Mythic Rares, but they are around. Based on the attitudes of the guy playing with the aforementioned woman, I do really get why many women want to stay out.
A clear and concise title.
A draft costs you 1500 gems. You gain more gems by winning enough matches.
You can keep playing until you’ve either won 5 matches or lost two. To win your gems back (and some packs, but you can’t use packs to draft, so that’s not part of going infinite), you need to win 3, so it would seem that you need a win percentage of 60% to go infinite, but it’s not that simple.
“What?”, you might be asking right now. Obviously, right now, I don’t really know what will be good when the set comes out, but what I can do is speculate. I mean, we do know the rest of the shocks are coming up, so that’s a start. It’ll give us the crucial Godless Shrine. Actually, the shocks are going to enable a lot of decks. There are already GR-decks without Stomping Grounds.
You’re using platforms of different kinds. I mean, you are reading this and this block is a platform of sorts. So, what are they?