Legacy tournament Deck lists
These Legacy Magic: the Gathering Deck lists of the Saturday, August 22 Legacy (T1.5) #mag Trial were updated by Eldariel.
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by OldBear on 2009-08-22 20:43 CET
Is 4 tutor and 4 petal legal in 1.5?
by ssilver on 2009-08-22 20:48 CET
Yes of course, there is no restricted list in Legacy, this isn't Vintage we're talking about... :/
by Almi on 2009-08-22 22:27 CET
Nice, my favourite deck winning a Legacy trial. How many countertop decks found Lunari in the trial?
by Lunari_ on 2009-08-22 23:54 CET
by Lynolf on 2009-08-23 00:14 CET
Is Morphling really that good? Isn't there any other creature in Legacy better for a mono-blue control deck? Tell me, seriously, because I don't know. :P
by coat3021 on 2009-08-23 00:23 CET
In our match, Morphling seemed really poor, against aggro decks it's way too slow, and tapping out is not usually the way forward, and in control, Goyf seems a better threat, even if it means splashing green.
by Ludz on 2009-08-23 00:47 CET
Meluko seems better than Morphling, same with Oona?
by rentintin3 on 2009-08-23 01:47 CET
I like vedillion qlique
by ChristPunchr on 2009-08-23 03:23 CET
Morphling is the best. Meloku negates land drops, lacks any form of protection. Mono blue strives to make a land drop every turn so it can handle countering multiple spells and be able to FoF eot. Oona is fucking terrible too, though she at least doesn't provide negative tempo. The best card aside from Morphling is call of the skybreaker because it provides five times the oomph for the land you discard compared to the lower cost and notably lower impact effect of Oona.
by derflippi on 2009-08-23 10:10 CET
Morphling wins because of style-points.
by cmc on 2009-08-23 10:40 CET
Meloku wins because it's the [Flores]CLOUDED MIRROR OF VICTORY[/Flores]
by nougaro on 2009-08-23 14:20 CET
It seems everybody predicted merfolk to show up and as a consequence they all played zoo/gob etc...
by sandoiche on 2009-08-23 21:22 CET
Teferi and/or vendilion
by Signatus on 2009-08-23 22:29 CET
so, that zoo deck is simply powerless against ANT?
by Eldariel on 2009-08-23 22:56 CET
It prays to burn the opponent out when they go for Ad Nauseam, or low enough to stop them from winning with Ad Nauseam. Fireblast is especially excellent for that.
by ykpon on 2009-08-24 01:37 CET
MUC finisher should be something unkillabale or recureable. Vendilion, Teferi, Meloku and Oona all suck. Even Inkwell Leviathan and Isleback Spawn are better than them. While having shround and evasion at the same time, Morphling and Rainbow Efreet were the best MUC creatures for a long time and are still ok after m10. And Call of the Skybreaker is probably the best MUC finisher available novadays, though you still need at least one creature in addition to it.
by Eldariel on 2009-08-24 03:26 CET
I hate Call the Skybreaker to be honest; finisher has two functions in MUC. First is to obviously win the game, but second and classically much more important (the reason Morphling is favored over Zephid, for example) is that it stems the flow of creatures. Costing 7 mana is very antisynergistic with this goal, which is why I hate Call the Skybreaker.
by Spyx on 2009-08-24 04:14 CET
Yeah eternal dragon is a pretty good win condition too. Btw that ANT list (and most ant lists for that matter) scoops to gaddock teeq game 1.
by Lunari_ on 2009-08-24 10:04 CET
Unless you combo out before it resolves. The deck does goldfish pretty fast.
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