MYOS tournament Deck lists
These MYOS Magic: the Gathering Deck lists of the Friday, May 29 MYOS #mag Trial were updated by Eldariel.
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by Eldariel on 2009-05-29 20:23 CET
Too. Much. Lorwyn...
by Conkisstador on 2009-05-29 20:59 CET
Ponza =df: A red-based land destruction tempo deck that wins by putting an efficient threat on the board and then negating the opponent's resources to combat that threat.
by Raves on 2009-05-29 21:01 CET
Well I can definitely see the 1st deck why you would need Lorwyn that's just nuts.
by SchwipSchwap on 2009-05-29 21:06 CET
Conkisstador: thank you for the feedback.
by Eldariel on 2009-05-29 21:42 CET
Conki: The deck isn't really RDW since the whole "accelerated fattos"-part isn't RDW; RDW is controlling and cards like Seething Song and Chrome Mox just don't fit that plan. I thought I saw Molten Rain and Stone Rain there hence the name, but now that I look at it more closely, it's obviously Big Red.
by mrwegle on 2009-05-29 22:03 CET
My deck is preety good. It has cards to finish game very quickly and can win game even after Cop :red +loxodon hierarch.
by dv8r on 2009-05-29 22:45 CET
mrwegle: I honestly don't understand why you have mirrodin over ravnica
by Eldariel on 2009-05-29 23:04 CET
I'd definitely consider multicolor with Ravnica. But what I'd really try is Tempest with Price of Progress for SB and the Pup-suite, plus Wasteland. Also opens up the whole "Dragon Stompy"-style with accelerated lands, Trinisphere & Chalice of the Void.
by ChristPunchr on 2009-05-29 23:24 CET
People that are calling the fourth place deck Red Deck Wins should probably look in archives from the 2000-2001(if I recall extended season). RDW used mana disruption and a few extremely efficient creatures+utility burn, like lava dart and firebolt.
by Eldariel on 2009-05-29 23:46 CET
Christ: I wrote the article series on this format quite a while ago, and included Dragon Stompy, the only Stompy-deck really buildable in this format.
by Spyx on 2009-05-29 23:59 CET
Slippery Boggle ftw
by Bushviper on 2009-05-30 00:10 CET
I is nice to see the best deck in the format win. I played the same and met some unfortunent draws in rd 3, oh well, thats magic. However, Painters Grind is really just unfair in this format. There is not a deck that comes close to being that good. I really dont know why more people dont play it. A 2 card, instant win combo is just to good in such a restrictive format (And I play the deck). Just my 2 cents.
by Eldariel on 2009-05-30 00:45 CET
Meh, it's pretty easy to hate. Red decks with decent amounts of 3-mana burn are almost unwinnable, and anything with SB Needles+Disenchant-effects is hard.
by dv8r on 2009-05-30 01:01 CET
how does stone ever beat a deck with incinerates
by clayparson on 2009-05-30 01:54 CET
why doesn't second deck play brainstorm?
by MikeL123 on 2009-05-30 02:02 CET
I don't understand why every deck has to be named after some other deck from 5-10 years ago that's only related by color and whether it's a control or aggressive deck. I think the worst offender is Rock. BG decks these days have NOTHING to do with "The Rock", which was named after a 90's WWF wrestler and his on-tv lackeys. The deck was The Rock and His Minions, then shortened to The Rock when it moved from a sort-of fatty based deck to a more Deed-based deck. But seriously... come up with your own name for your deck. It just might stick, and in any case it'll sure as heck be more creative than naming it after something it's only marginally related to.
by CalebD on 2009-05-30 03:38 CET
Mike: because it's convenient. Note that the Fish deck in vintage was originally called "Fish" because it was mostly merfolk. The merfolk were dropped for more efficient critters, but the name stuck, even to the point that a merfolk deck sporting null rods, wastelands, dazes and fows is ironically called "merfolk"-a separate deck from "fish."
by ChristPunchr on 2009-05-30 03:56 CET
Decks like RDW, Sligh, WW, MUC and much to my chagrin: Rock are archetypal examples of specific strategies. If a deck has the same strategy as such, then dubbing it accordingly makes fucking sense.
by LordLink on 2009-05-30 04:21 CET
Another MYOS, another deck pulled straight out of legacy.
by mrwegle on 2009-05-30 04:57 CET
dv8r: I honestly don't what is good in ravnica? Ravnica has (as for me) only one good card- Confidant and mirodin give me exellent sb card (Flamebreak) and card that can win ANY control match-Jinxed Choker.
by caesarthehun on 2009-05-30 04:59 CET
mmmmm i think i burnt a few jinxed chokers in my day
by Qamiqaze420 on 2009-05-30 05:46 CET
i like caith's deck. intuition + demigods = fun wincon.
by Eldariel on 2009-05-30 07:33 CET
Wegle: Yeah, Lavamancer is good. People die. Burn-spells fall to grave. He'll have fuel, and a helluva good time breaking your opponent's face.
by MikeL123 on 2009-05-30 13:04 CET
AHHH, I hate myself. You're right about the millions. I even watched wrestling back then. ARGH.
by DS_McWerp on 2009-05-30 15:58 CET
hence, red deck wins?
by Raves on 2009-05-30 17:46 CET
I wanted to build a Survival of the Fittest/Recurring Nightmare deck possibly even run a Flowstone Hellion kill combo... but I didn't have time to put it together.
by ChristPunchr on 2009-05-31 01:40 CET
Quote from prior post: "...and much to my chagrin:...".
by Lunari_ on 2009-05-31 10:25 CET
by dv8r on 2009-05-30 03:01 CET
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