Legacy tournament Deck lists

These Legacy Magic: the Gathering Deck lists of the Wednesday, July 1 Legacy (T1.5) #mag Trial were updated by niknight.

1st Canadian Threshold Almi Legacy Deck
2nd UGr Dreadstill Smdster Legacy Deck
3rd Goyf Sligh Warninero Legacy Deck

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Canadian Threshold
1st - Almi
Main Deck Sideboard
3 Tropical Island
4 Wooded Foothills
4 Flooded Strand
1 Volcanic Island
1 Island
1 Forest
1 Mountain
4 Wasteland
4 Tarmogoyf
2 Trygon Predator
4 Nimble Mongoose
3 Fire/Ice
2 Engineered Explosives
3 Stifle
4 Sensei's Divining Top
4 Counterbalance
4 Daze
4 Force of Will
4 Brainstorm
3 Lightning Bolt
4 Pyroblast
3 Tormod's Crypt
2 Sower of Temptation
2 Krosan Grip
2 Mind Harness
2 Pyroclasm

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UGr Dreadstill
2nd - Smdster
Main Deck Sideboard
3 Wasteland
1 Trickbind
4 Stifle
3 Polluted Delta
3 Tropical Island
2 Volcanic Island
3 Mishra's Factory
3 Flooded Strand
4 Island
3 Phyrexian Dreadnought
4 Tarmogoyf
2 Trinket Mage
2 Engineered Explosives
3 Standstill
3 Sensei's Divining Top
4 Counterbalance
4 Brainstorm
2 Daze
4 Force of Will
3 Spell Snare
3 Pyroblast
2 Blue Elemental Blast
3 Firespout
3 Krosan Grip
2 Tormod's Crypt
2 Sower of Temptation

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Goyf Sligh
3rd - Warninero
Main Deck Sideboard
4 Bloodstained Mire
4 Wooded Foothills
3 Windswept Heath
3 Taiga
2 Plateau
3 Mountain
3 Wasteland
4 Wild Nacatl
4 Kird Ape
3 Grim Lavamancer
4 Tarmogoyf
4 Lightning Bolt
4 Chain Lightning
4 Rift Bolt
4 Magma Jet
4 Price of Progress
3 Fireblast
4 Pyrostatic Pillar
3 Sulfuric Vortex
3 Vexing Shusher
3 Krosan Grip
2 Ancient Grudge

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by Duodax on 2009-07-02 00:04 CET

Mega premium draws vs. me. Force, Daze, Bolt and Goyf 2/2 games.

by Shooter on 2009-07-02 00:59 CET

by Duodax on 2009-07-01 17:04 PDT
Mimi mimimim imimi mi. mi. mimim, imim, imim imi mimi 2/2 mimim.

by Bushviper on 2009-07-02 02:39 CET

<3 Shooter so much right now

by Christopholo on 2009-07-02 03:03 CET


by Spyx on 2009-07-02 03:56 CET

goyf sligh needs more pridemage

by Shatta on 2009-07-02 06:23 CET

Canadian Thresh wins on Canada Day, seems very fitting

by on 2009-07-02 09:53 CET

grande pablo como dominas el legacy crackkkkkkkkkk

by TugaChampion on 2009-07-02 10:06 CET

As long as Duodax doesn't top4 that's fine by me. We need to stay first in teams.

by Duodax on 2009-07-02 10:17 CET

Hihi u won´t cuz each Sealed Mini is at least +6 for me :)

by Warninero on 2009-07-02 10:21 CET

Congratulation Almi, y me debes una xD

by Almi on 2009-07-02 10:56 CET

Though of troubles of Round 2, i got to the final. Thanks to Warninero for his support and... Well, yes, against Duodax's Gobbos i was lucky. Mull 5 with volcanic, bolt, fow, trygon predator and f/i.

This shows the skill of the Spanish players at Legacy, with 7 in the Top50 Eternal Rating List (sharing rank with the 7 Germans), and with the only 2 spanish players doing top1 and top3. A pity for my mate Warninero, it would have been nice a spanish final.

Go Go Go!!

P.D. Radchenko, es el mazo de Joserra, sólo cambia un poco el banquillo.

by Eldariel on 2009-07-02 11:54 CET

I still find Counterbalance+Stifle/Waste excessively greedy and am willing to bet the deck would perform better if you replaced the clunky parts with leaner, meaner killing machines; seems it worked out for you still though. Good job.

by Dr_Nico on 2009-07-02 15:54 CET

counter top is a nono in canadian thresh, it's also very weird he cut a bolt and fire/ice for 2 trygon, I don't belive that's anywhere near optimal.

by Almi on 2009-07-02 16:21 CET

I dunno what "nono" means, but that 2 Trygon are very useful against Stax/Enchantress (not so common, ok) and overall against mirrors and Baseruptions (Cbalance). Furthermore, it costs 3, giving a CMC3 counter for Cbalance, and can cut Vindicate, Doran, Solitary Confinement, Rhox War Monk, Vendilion Clique, Trinisphere, Trinket Mage and more.

Btw, i dunno why it's called Canadian Treshold, but ITS NOT Canadian. It's the base, the "chasis" of Canadian (mana denial with Tresh dudes) with some added from my part.

by mishimakaz on 2009-07-02 17:51 CET

Goyf Sligh needs more Quasali Pridemage. Though it does mess with the mana base a lot.

by Dr_Nico on 2009-07-02 17:56 CET

You just mixed countertop with canadian thresh and I'm willing to bet it's not anywhere near as good as playing one of the two decks.

by mtgsoldier on 2009-07-02 19:15 CET

Canadian Trash*

thats the real name

by Eldariel on 2009-07-02 19:33 CET

mtgsoldier: No, it's either Thrash or Canadian Thresh; both mean the same thing (Canadian Thrash = excessive redundancy and an unnecessary long moniker; Thrash is already unique). However, this deck is neither - it's really UGr Countertop more than anything else.

by DaveK on 2009-07-02 19:49 CET

don't get too worked up eldariel, he simply pointed that the deck is rubbish; you seem not to get it

by Almi on 2009-07-02 20:51 CET

Ok, say that deck is shit, rubbish or whatever, it has proved it's a good deck, as irl as in ml. No more to say.

by pG on 2009-07-02 21:47 CET

by Shooter on 2009-07-01 18:59 MDT
by Duodax on 2009-07-01 17:04 PDT
Mimi mimimim imimi mi. mi. mimim, imim, imim imi mimi 2/2 mimim.


by OldBear on 2009-07-02 22:15 CET

Speaking of canadian trash

by Eldariel on 2009-07-02 22:20 CET

DaveK: I didn't get that mostly because it isn't. Suboptimal, mayhap, but one can't really call a hybrid of the two most powerful strategies in the format rubbish.

by Warninero on 2009-07-03 00:47 CET

goyf sligh dont need pridemage, this version is the beast version i play and Almi can say this if is good or not

by Bushviper on 2009-07-03 01:41 CET

Um Im pretty sure the US is leading the pack in the top 50 eternal area, myself included. It seems that good american players rarely get recognized because the sheer volume of american player on the site seems to disqualify us for some reason. However, there are pleanty of american players on this site that I would put up against any Portugeese, German, Spanish, Canadian, or Brazilian player in the league.

by Bushviper on 2009-07-03 01:41 CET

Double post.

by Shooter on 2009-07-03 05:31 CET

"However, there are pleanty of american players on this site that I would put up against any (ronnan and blahblah) Brazilian player in the league."

please do that :)

by Eldariel on 2009-07-03 09:16 CET

Warninero: Frankly speaking, you are wrong. Not playing Pridemage makes your chances of winning relevant match-ups worse, and is thus a mistake.

by Almi on 2009-07-03 13:29 CET

Pridemage sucks :/

That deck beats any deck of the format, maybe except Enchantress with high speed, and that's enough.

What maybe i suggest for SB is Tin Street Hooligan against Stax (not so common), Dreadnought (VERY common), Chalice and Trinisphere (common).

by Eldariel on 2009-07-04 12:52 CET

Almi: It loses to all countertop threshold builds. That's pretty big.

by Almi on 2009-07-08 19:53 CET

Which deck? Because if it's mine, i have to say i beated 2 baseruption in round 1 and round 2.

by TheOrb on 2009-12-23 21:53 CET

I haven't really ever played the Eternal formats, but thank gawd someone is running Fireblast. I honestly thought that people had forgotten about that card.

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