Pre Shards Standards tournament Deck lists

These Pre Shards Standards Magic: the Gathering Deck lists of the Wednesday, February 10 Standard (T2) #mag Trial were updated by brimstone.

1st Jund Djinn Pre Shards Standards Deck
2nd UW Control Ludz Pre Shards Standards Deck
3rd Mystic Bant Caith Pre Shards Standards Deck

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Jund
1st - Djinn
Main Deck Sideboard
2 Mountain
2 Forest
4 Swamp
4 Verdant Catacombs
4 Savage Lands
4 Rootbound Crag
2 Oran-Rief, the Vastwood
3 Dragonskull Summit
4 Sprouting Thrinax
3 Putrid Leech
4 Bloodbraid Elf
3 Great Sable Stag
2 Garruk Wildspeaker
2 Chandra Nalaar
2 Bituminous Blast
4 Blightning
3 Maelstrom Pulse
4 Lightning Bolt
2 Terminate
2 Explore
1 Broodmate Dragon
1 Chandra Nalaar
2 Terminate
4 Goblin Ruinblaster
3 Malakir Bloodwitch
4 Mind Rot

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UW Control
2nd - Ludz
Main Deck Sideboard
1 Elspeth, Knight-Errant
1 Negate
2 Mind Control
4 Everflowing Chalice
3 Jace, the Mind Sculptor
4 Fieldmist Borderpost
2 Martial Coup
2 Cancel
2 Mind Spring
4 Path to Exile
4 Essence Scatter
4 Knight of the White Orchid
2 Iona, Shield of Emeria
4 Baneslayer Angel
1 Sejiri Refuge
4 Celestial Colonnade
4 Glacial Fortress
6 Plains
6 Island
2 Telemin Performance
3 Negate
4 Luminarch Ascension
4 Kor Firewalker
2 Day of Judgment

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Mystic Bant
3rd - Caith
Main Deck Sideboard
4 Noble Hierarch
3 Island
2 Glacial Fortress
2 Sunpetal Grove
3 Forest
4 Seaside Citadel
3 Plains
3 Stirring Wildwood
4 Misty Rainforest
1 Birds of Paradise
3 Stoneforge Mystic
3 Qasali Pridemage
3 Borderland Ranger
4 Rhox War Monk
4 Baneslayer Angel
1 Sigil of Distinction
1 Basilisk Collar
4 Path to Exile
1 Behemoth Sledge
3 Jace, the Mind Sculptor
4 Elspeth, Knight-Errant
2 Mold Shambler
4 Kor Firewalker
3 Martial Coup
4 Acidic Slime
2 Mind Control

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Comments:
by Djinn on 2010-02-11 00:50 CET

Team SushiGushi ftw :)


by maogonzalez on 2010-02-11 00:51 CET

I only see Jace, the Mind Sculptor as the most used WWK card. Wheres AP?


by Lynolf on 2010-02-11 01:21 CET

Time to start preparing my anti-Jund decks. :/


by Tuffy on 2010-02-11 02:24 CET

Almost everyone is playing sub-par decks....therefore the better sub-par decks will win. Jund obv would roll this ML meta...Djinn knew that.


by LordLink on 2010-02-11 04:10 CET

When everyones experimenting with new decks the tried and true decks have a huge advantage. Post-San Diego we should have a clearer meta.

I can never understand Iona in white-based control decks. Why does everyone feel the need to spend 9 mana on their win conditions? Just use a Sphinx or something...


by TheGODehT on 2010-02-11 05:24 CET

Top 3 needs moar scute mob.


by MountainGoat on 2010-02-11 05:31 CET

djinns bad, god draws


by DARKING on 2010-02-11 06:40 CET

Metagame breakdown, by DARKING

The trial had 92 players

12 Jund (13.04%)
10 Grixis Control (10.86%)
4 UW Control (4.34%)
4 Naya (4.34%)
4 RG Valakut Ramp (4.34%)
4 MonoB Vampires (4.34%)
4 Bant (4.34%)
3 Boros Bushwacker (3.26%)
3 GWB Rock (3.26%)
3 UWR Control (3.26%)
2 Dark Bant Trap (2.17%)
2 Owl (2.17%)
2 Esper Control (2.17%)
2 Mystic WWg (2.17%)
2 GW Aggro (2.17%)
1 Mystic Bant (1.08%)
1 UR Control (1.08%)
1 5c Cascade Control (1.08%)
1 MonoR Control (1.08%)
1 Owl-Turbo Fog (1.08%)
1 Eldrazi Green (1.08%)
1 BR Vampires (1.08%)
1 UG Polymorph (1.08%)
1 4c Control (1.08%)
1 BRW Control (1.08%)
1 UW Allies (1.08%)
1 The BazaaR (1.08%)
1 Bant Control (1.08%)
1 RGW Allies (1.08%)
1 MonoR Goblins (1.08%)
1 UW Enchantments Control (1.08%)
1 WW Allies (1.08%)
1 4c Allies (1.08%)
1 Red Deck Wins (1.08%)
1 RG Land Destruction (1.08%)
1 UBR Polymorph (1.08%)
1 BR Aggro (1.08%)
1 GW Allies (1.08%)
1 UR Polymorph (1.08%)
1 4c Pyromancer Ascension (1.08%)
1 RG Aggro (1.08%)
1 MonoW Control (1.08%)
1 Mystic WW (1.08%)
1 RG Warp World (1.08%)
1 GR Elves (1.08%)
1 4c Aggro (1.08%)


by Tuffy on 2010-02-11 07:16 CET

Funny thing is, I lost 4th round to a gwx deck because I couldnt hit a red source g1 or 2. I was playing Grixis and variance kicked in....happens I guess.


by cmc on 2010-02-11 07:36 CET

<%Ehri> dont complain :/


by Sebas_ on 2010-02-11 07:52 CET

lol


by Maxximus87 on 2010-02-11 09:29 CET

I agree with TheGODehT.


by meoni on 2010-02-11 09:53 CET

no day of judgment in UW control ...LOL


by Lat[GRC] on 2010-02-11 10:34 CET

Jace is broken . . . Inwell Leviathan FTW !


by Ludz on 2010-02-11 11:04 CET

Just threw the deck together before trial. I actually don't like DoJ that much in the current meta.

Also, Jace wasn't as good as I thought it would be. Maybe it has something to do with me having bad protection for her. I'd add 4 Wall of Denial.

About Iona, I think one is good, since it gives you inevitability. I was experimenting with 2, since I wasn't sure how good Chalice was.

Really want something more vs Jund, even though Firewalker was great (if you remember to trigger it :( )

The manland was sick, killing of Planeswalkers and players every match!

Anyway, UW is a great deck atm, since it has good matchups overall and can be tuned to beat what you want to beat.


by TugaChampion on 2010-02-11 12:13 CET

by Mao1919 on 2010-02-11 00:51 GMT

I only see Jace, the Mind Sculptor as the most used WWK card. Wheres AP?

AP isn't just good enough that's why it's not making many top8s even though several people are trying it.


by Lynolf on 2010-02-11 12:39 CET

My deck is not GW Aggro, its GW Midrange...

And Jace is a "he", not a "she". -__-"


by meoni on 2010-02-11 14:06 CET

jace wins alone .. the best card of WWK..


by Steveman on 2010-02-11 16:46 CET

So how broken is the new Jace in T2?


by Berzerker on 2010-02-11 16:48 CET

I am surprised, with 10 grixis control decks in the tourney that the RDW didn't do better. It has like a 70% win rate against Grixis.


by Eldariel on 2010-02-11 18:04 CET

I am amused that with 10 Grixis Controls in the tournament, one of them got to the first page. I still don't see why anyone would play that over UWR.


by TurinT on 2010-02-11 18:08 CET

Grixis Control has now (mini) Walls.


by Djinn on 2010-02-11 18:10 CET

3 colors is plainly weaker than 2 colors control, be it Kaesh UR or Ludz UW


by Tuffy on 2010-02-11 19:00 CET

Actually turtles are bad in Grixis. Grixis wins vs uwr, has a good Jund matchup, and if your playin Time Warp like you should be in the deck, then its pretty damn quick. Oh yeah, it beats vamps fyi. Even LSV advocates Grixis....because its just better than uwr....


by Tuffy on 2010-02-11 19:02 CET

The Grixis deck on the first page........Is a pile


by Bantos86 on 2010-02-11 21:54 CET

@Tuffy: Turtles have been kickass in Grixis for me.

@Djinn: Both have strengths and weaknesses. For example, Grixis, being 3 colors, has a harder time getting the mana it needs, where UR doesn't have such a hard time. UR can run more counterspells than Grixis. UR has a harder time dealing with larger threats once they do hit the battlefield. Especially flying ones. Taking Kaesh's list specifically, if a Baneslayer hits, his options are double-Bolt, or bounce and hope to counter when they play it again. Grixis would just Terminate it.


by Djinn on 2010-02-11 22:48 CET

Not to count chandras on sb, obv


by SwordSkill on 2010-02-12 15:07 CET

Jund is ALIVE!!!!!


by Huskie on 2010-02-13 15:34 CET

Jund ju jun jun jund


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