Pre July 2010 Extended tournament Deck lists

These Pre July 2010 Extended Magic: the Gathering Deck lists of the Tuesday, December 29 Extended (T1.X) #mag Trial were updated by DARKING.

1st Scapeshift Combo Ethren Pre July 2010 Extended Deck
2nd Tezzerator bertu Pre July 2010 Extended Deck
3rd Mono Red Burn darkwin Pre July 2010 Extended Deck

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Scapeshift Combo
1st - Ethren
Main Deck Sideboard
2 Flooded Grove
2 Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle
4 Stomping Ground
1 Breeding Pool
4 Steam Vents
2 Misty Rainforest
1 Mountain
3 Island
4 Forest
4 Sakura-Tribe Elder
4 Coiling Oracle
4 Wood Elves
1 Gigadrowse
4 Peer Through Depths
4 Remand
4 Cryptic Command
4 Scapeshift
4 Ponder
4 Search for Tomorrow
1 Gigadrowse
2 Negate
2 Electrolyze
3 Ravenous Trap
4 Firespout
1 Boseiju, Who Shelters All
1 Lightning Bolt
1 Sudden Shock

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Tezzerator
2nd - bertu
Main Deck Sideboard
1 Academy Ruins
3 Arid Mesa
1 Ghost Quarter
2 Hallowed Fountain
3 Island
3 Misty Rainforest
1 Mystic Gate
1 Plains
3 Snow-Covered Island
1 Snow-Covered Plains
1 Steam Vents
1 Tolaria West
1 Ancient Den
1 Seat of the Synod
2 Trinket Mage
1 Chalice of the Void
2 Chrome Mox
3 Cryptic Command
1 Day of Judgment
3 Engineered Explosives
2 Mana Leak
1 Muddle the Mixture
3 Path to Exile
3 Spell Snare
1 Sword of the Meek
2 Tezzeret the Seeker
2 Thopter Foundry
1 Tormod's Crypt
1 Vedalken Shackles
1 Wrath of God
1 AEther Spellbomb
2 Gifts Ungiven
1 Crucible of Worlds
4 Thirst for Knowledge
1 Path to Exile
1 Tormod's Crypt
1 Crucible of Worlds
3 Baneslayer Angel
2 Glen Elendra Archmage
3 Meddling Mage
2 Negate
1 Pithing Needle
1 Relic of Progenitus

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Mono Red Burn
3rd - darkwin
Main Deck Sideboard
4 Rift Bolt
3 Magma Jet
4 Lightning Bolt
4 Lava Spike
4 Flames of the Blood Hand
4 Shrapnel Blast
2 Blood Moon
2 Spark Elemental
4 Keldon Marauders
2 Hellspark Elemental
3 Goblin Guide
3 Mogg Fanatic
9 Mountain
3 Teetering Peaks
2 Darksteel Citadel
4 Great Furnace
3 Blinkmoth Nexus
4 Relic of Progenitus
1 Blood Moon
1 Volcanic Fallout
4 Smash to Smithereens
2 Ghost Quarter
3 Everlasting Torment

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Comments:
by DARKING on 2009-12-30 03:41 CET

Metagame breakdown, by DARKING

The trial had 63 players

7 Red Deck Wins (11.11%)
5 All-In Red (7.93%)
4 Tezzerator (6.34%)
4 Hive Mind (6.34%)
4 GB Cloud Rock (6.34%)
3 Scapeshift Combo (4.76%)
3 Thopter Combo (4.76%)
3 Bant (4.76%)
3 Classic Zoo (4.76%)
2 UW Control (3.17%)
2 Domain Zoo (3.17%)
2 Dredge (3.17%)
2 WB Martyr (3.17%)
1 UB Faeries (1.58%)
1 UW Tron Control (1.58%)
1 UW Lark (1.58%)
1 MonoR Goblins (1.58%)
1 MonoU Control (1.58%)
1 Rubin Zoo (1.58%)
1 WW splash black (1.58%)
1 RW Lark/Land Destruction (1.58%)
1 Saito Zoo (1.58%)
1 Dragonstorm (1.58%)
1 Affinity (1.58%)
1 WUB Control (1.58%)
1 MonoW 8-Post Control (1.58%)
1 UB Mill (1.58%)
1 GWU Control (1.58%)
1 UR Magnivore (1.58%)
1 Dark Depths (1.58%)
1 Hypergenesis (1.58%)
1 Tooth and Nail (1.58%)

The vengeance of the fancy pie chart: http://img85.imageshack.us/img85/4043/chart2.png


by ryuzaki on 2009-12-30 04:07 CET

wow, this is a surprise....NOT!!


by BeeTrain on 2009-12-30 04:08 CET

T_T i got steamrolled by scapeshift


by Shooter on 2009-12-30 04:46 CET

what's classic zoo?


by DARKING on 2009-12-30 04:57 CET

Classic Zoo is Zoo without the modern shenanigans, like Baneslayers, Bant Charms, Knight of Reliquary, Punishing Fire, and instead opt for a more classic approach - efficent one drops (namely nacalt/kird apes/stepe lynx) and two drops, burn (including helix) and ranger of eos.


by TheWatery on 2009-12-30 06:54 CET

Ehh... built a terrible sideboard and lost to hive mind. Better luck next time I hope.


by Zapgaze on 2009-12-30 08:02 CET

3-0 drop...awesome sauce:P


by Mengu09 on 2009-12-30 08:52 CET

woooow darkwin!!!!!!! at what time did u go bed??? 5 a.m.XD


by Lunari_ on 2009-12-30 09:59 CET

I've got to say that I like Ethren's list ;)


by Lynolf on 2009-12-30 10:45 CET

One thing that's interesting in Scapeshift Combo: it wins with red mana (mountains), yet has no red spells mainboard! I still don't think that deck is such a big deal. But I also can't explain why it keeps winning trials and masters...


by magicrichi on 2009-12-30 11:35 CET

darking,i diden´t played monored.I played black burn


by Ethren on 2009-12-30 12:18 CET

Lunari Copy/Paste hahahaha:P


by Krastino on 2009-12-30 13:14 CET

Yeah Ethren, but there are things I don't like about ur/his deck: u lose to a turn1 Blood Moon. You have almost no way to bounce it; and the same is for a turn1 Demigod or Deus. You miserably lose to a Dredge deck pre sb and also post sb ( 3 traps are not enough). I suggest running Echoing Truth somewhere to improve these 2 MUs :)


by Lunari_ on 2009-12-30 14:12 CET

I suggest being in the winners bracket to avoid facing those decks


by Shyft- on 2009-12-30 14:48 CET

I suggest noting that better versions of the deck play Repeal =P


by Krastino on 2009-12-30 14:51 CET

Sure, Repeal is soooooo good vs Demigod, Bridge zombie tokens, multiple threats, Gaddock Teeg...


by Shagrath on 2009-12-30 15:01 CET

Extended is so boring atm.... Tez, Scapeshift.... allways on top, i sincerely hope that wwk brings some cards to refresh the Extended metagame.

by Lynolf on 2009-12-30 10:45 GMT

One thing that's interesting in Scapeshift Combo: it wins with red mana (mountains), yet has no red spells mainboard! I still don't think that deck is such a big deal. But I also can't explain why it keeps winning trials and masters...

Maybe u should think a bit about why do you say that Scapeshift isnt a good deck....If Scapeshift keeps winning trials and masters ( it wins PE's in modo as well) at least it deserves some credit. Gaddok Teeg and Meddling mage are good creatures against it but Scapeshift has plenty of ways to deal with those threats.)


by Ryk on 2009-12-30 17:04 CET

This sb of version scapeshift decks , sux a lot ... =/


by headclown on 2009-12-30 20:28 CET

into the roil takes care of Teeg, Mage, Blood Moon, and more.


by Weedmonkey on 2009-12-31 01:28 CET

The reason Scapeshift keeps winning is because the metagame hasn't shifted to accomodate it. People are still playing the same decks and the same strategies. It's not like the deck is unbeatable - it is only a one-trick pony after all.

It's time that everyone got their asses into gear and started thinking outside the square. Magic-League's got a rep for being one step ahead of the metagame - prove it! :)


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