Pre July 2010 Extended tournament Deck lists

These Pre July 2010 Extended Magic: the Gathering Deck lists of the Friday, January 8 Extended (T1.X) #mag Trial were updated by DARKING.

1st BRG Living End Truth- Pre July 2010 Extended Deck
2nd BG Cloud Rock mishimakaz Pre July 2010 Extended Deck
3rd BG Cloud Rock Kromos Pre July 2010 Extended Deck

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BRG Living End
1st - Truth-
Main Deck Sideboard
3 Fire-Lit Thicket
2 Forest
3 Graven Cairns
2 Swamp
9 Mountain
4 Deadshot Minotaur
4 Igneous Pouncer
4 Monstrous Carabid
3 Valley Rannet
4 Street Wraith
1 Jungle Weaver
2 Ingot Chewer
3 Shriekmaw
1 Spitebellows
4 Fulminator Mage
4 Violent Outburst
3 Demonic Dread
4 Living End
2 Ingot Chewer
1 Shriekmaw
2 Ravenous Trap
2 Spitebellows
4 Thoughtseize
1 Mournwhelk
1 Faerie Macabre
2 Viridian Shaman

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BG Cloud Rock
2nd - mishimakaz
Main Deck Sideboard
1 Godless Shrine
4 Treetop Village
2 Twilight Mire
4 Verdant Catacombs
3 Overgrown Tomb
2 Oran-Rief, the Vastwood
1 Golgari Rot Farm
4 Swamp
3 Forest
4 Eternal Witness
4 Tarmogoyf
4 Sakura-Tribe Elder
4 Kitchen Finks
4 Thoughtseize
2 Slaughter Pact
3 Putrefy
3 Death Cloud
2 Duress
3 Garruk Wildspeaker
2 Crime/Punishment
1 Damnation
1 Duress
1 Crime/Punishment
2 Damnation
2 Ghost Quarter
2 Primal Command
3 Extirpate
2 Cranial Extraction
2 Pithing Needle

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BG Cloud Rock
3rd - Kromos
Main Deck Sideboard
1 Godless Shrine
4 Verdant Catacombs
2 Twilight Mire
3 Overgrown Tomb
2 Oran-Rief, the Vastwood
1 Golgari Rot Farm
4 Swamp
3 Forest
4 Treetop Village
4 Tarmogoyf
4 Sakura-Tribe Elder
4 Kitchen Finks
4 Eternal Witness
2 Crime/Punishment
3 Garruk Wildspeaker
4 Thoughtseize
2 Slaughter Pact
3 Putrefy
3 Death Cloud
1 Damnation
2 Duress
2 Damnation
4 Extirpate
2 Ghost Quarter
2 Primal Command
2 Pithing Needle
2 Cranial Extraction
1 Duress

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Comments:
by cmc on 2010-01-08 22:58 CET

living end u jajajjaja


by mishimakaz on 2010-01-08 23:01 CET

I actually won the finals against Truth.
Then I gave him the win because he needed the team points.


by six on 2010-01-08 23:03 CET

kromos would have won this


by ik on 2010-01-08 23:04 CET

Still had all theeessse


by Ryk on 2010-01-08 23:05 CET

LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL


by Krastino on 2010-01-08 23:05 CET

Kromos decided to drop...he doesn't want to win all the trials in which he plays lol


by FlyingFreak on 2010-01-08 23:07 CET

I lost for the 4th time in a row against Kromos :-/

1x Finals, 2x Semis, 1x Quarters ... it's frustrating! :p


by bilo on 2010-01-08 23:10 CET

lol very nice deck truth!


by DARKING on 2010-01-08 23:21 CET

Metagame breakdown, by DARKING

The trial had 48 players

5 BG Cloud Rock (10.41%)
5 Domain Zoo (10.41%)
5 Scapeshift Combo (10.41%)
3 GW Aggro (6.25%)
2 BGR Living End (4.16%)
2 UB Faeries (4.16%)
2 MonoW Martyr (4.16%)
2 Hive Mind (4.16%)
2 WB Martyr (4.16%)
2 Red Deck Wins (4.16%)
2 Bant (4.16%)
2 Affinity (4.16%)
2 WW (4.16%)
1 4c Control (2.08%)
1 Dark Depths (2.08%)
1 UR Gargadon (2.08%)
1 Tarmorack (2.08%)
1 Doran (2.08%)
1 MonoB Control (2.08%)
1 WB Control (2.08%)
1 WUB Control (2.08%)
1 MonoU Control (2.08%)
1 Saito Zoo (2.08%)
1 MonoB Vampires Control (2.08%)
1 WBR Aggro (2.08%)


by six on 2010-01-08 23:24 CET

UR GARGAGETTHERE.DEC!!!!!!!!!!


by Shooter on 2010-01-09 00:53 CET

living end u jajaja


by Ludz on 2010-01-09 01:15 CET

Truth, what makes Living End better than Hypergenesis?


by jebus911 on 2010-01-09 01:17 CET

Where did the living end deck come from? Its got 2 in the trial, so its not just a random deck i assume


by el_cuervito on 2010-01-09 01:21 CET

JAJAJAJAJAJAJAJJAJAJAJA
GJ BROOo! <3


by Shooter on 2010-01-09 03:07 CET

mtgo


by prometheus on 2010-01-09 03:41 CET

@ ludz
It's all about the vulnerability to graveyard hate.


by Eldariel on 2010-01-09 04:49 CET

As I understand, Living End's prime advantage is that it can support various cards and "gameplan" other than Living End; you can be Spitebellowsing, Shriekmawing and Fulminatoring things left and right while blocking to buy time, and all this advances your gameplan. Hypergenesis pretty much sits there until it goes off.


by Mengu09 on 2010-01-09 07:06 CET

kromos said me...

i gotta go sleep tomorrow school...then let someone players win a trial LOOOOL

i lost as usually vs prokonobi :) my negative mu xd

great deck the first!!


by Kromos on 2010-01-09 14:00 CET

yes i've to sleep for school :P


by Shagrath on 2010-01-09 16:30 CET

What makes Living end better than Hypergenesis is that Hyper doesnt have a backup plan , and Living end has that,


by Truth- on 2010-01-09 17:45 CET

This decklist is very bad. Do not play it. I mean .... VERY bad


by Shagrath on 2010-01-09 20:20 CET

by Kromos on 2010-01-09 14:00 GMT

yes i've to sleep for scool :P

U can sleep AT school.


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