Pre Shards Standards tournament Deck lists
These Pre Shards Standards Magic: the Gathering Deck lists of the Tuesday, March 9 Standard (T2) #mag Trial were updated by DARKING.
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by Mizukage on 2010-03-10 06:11 CET
by on 2010-03-10 06:52 CET
by chuly on 2010-03-10 06:53 CET
by ShoGunZ on 2010-03-10 06:54 CET
seriuosly jund is getting kinda old ppl common any1 have any brains to play sumthing else?? anyhow gratz to 1st place..
by wizmo on 2010-03-10 07:36 CET
nice job florasten
by mishimakaz on 2010-03-10 07:38 CET
Why is there only 2 Tectonic Edge in the Goblins deck?
by lebreu on 2010-03-10 08:09 CET
Congrats Ekop for 2nd.
by tchiseen on 2010-03-10 08:50 CET
Where's the meta breakdown! Curious to see how many bant/naya decks were run.
by Mitchmachine on 2010-03-10 10:58 CET
count them up
by warwizard87 on 2010-03-10 11:41 CET
the reason there is so many jund decks is ummmm becouse it wins?
by Ekop on 2010-03-10 12:38 CET
by Eldariel on 2010-03-10 13:03 CET
It also loses, Warwizard. The reason it ends up on top of the standings is because there are enough of it to ride its statistical position to victory consistently.
by TugaChampion on 2010-03-10 13:14 CET
I have to agree with eldariel to a certain extent. it's way more consistent then AIR. But it's pretty skill unintensive and very random.
by mchosa on 2010-03-10 14:38 CET
by Ryk on 2010-03-10 15:17 CET
LOL gobbos in t2 ...
by doublegg on 2010-03-10 15:40 CET
And what about the guy that made top 8 in five starcity tournaments and won 4 of them with jund?:) Probably just luck.
by warwizard87 on 2010-03-10 15:58 CET
it has to be better then air cuz i love me some air thoughi was betterwith air then most people just becouse i am never afraid of mully to oblivion lol but jund is obv a busted deck in t2. it allows more skilled players to play a deck thats decision trees are for the most part intuitive. skill + intiuitive deck = wins. its not like they are playing a deck that completly goes on auto piolet every game every time. like dredge.
by brimstone on 2010-03-10 17:31 CET
Dredge is one of the hardest decks in 1.x to play...
by gypsy on 2010-03-10 18:28 CET
by doublegg on 2010-03-10 10:40 EST
by toor on 2010-03-10 18:48 CET
He won one of them with Jund. And 3 of them with UB Faeries. I believe the 5th was a legacy top 8.
by Eldariel on 2010-03-10 19:35 CET
warwizard: Let's see some name-player win anything relevant with Jund and we'll talk. As it stands, it seems to me like anyone, regardless of skill level (well, as long as you aren't actually on the FNM-level), can pick up Jund, make sufficiently correct decisions and win or lose randomly.
by mishimakaz on 2010-03-10 19:38 CET
"im pretty sure there is no such person"
by doublegg on 2010-03-10 20:56 CET
My bad, I dunno why, but I thought that all of those wins/top8s were this year (in standard, with jund). My apologies. But still, he top8ed 5 SCG tournaments :)
by Banda7 on 2010-03-10 21:48 CET
Gameday is Gameday...
by BALLA_STATUS on 2010-03-10 22:22 CET
bbe into <insert spell here> "o cool i win" sounds like a fun format
by Benobi on 2010-03-10 23:04 CET
Well, there's also the issue of Baneslayer and Jace the Mindsculptor being way overpriced; Wizards really shot the format in the foot with those, because it essentially costs an additional $200 if you want to NOT play Jund and still do well... and that extra $200 investment is still likely to lose to Jund. >_<
by SwordSkill on 2010-03-11 14:51 CET
Actually I agree. It's ether following the path of the overcosted Baneslayer, or making a cheap deck like whitch you have chances to win cause it's Tier 1 and also you don't have to spend a fortune on a deck that's gonna be legal only on extended in a while.
by chakal-PT on 2010-03-11 19:03 CET
I get tired of playing with Jund a long time ago too... But if people wants to keep playing with it till his last days on T2... Well, why complaining? Just deal with it!
by on 2010-03-12 12:48 CET
Always will be deck like Jund...
by SJM on 2010-03-13 00:19 CET
Cascade is the worst mechanic ever. It adds additional randomness and luck to an already random and luck based game, pushing it beyond the point where skill matters more than luck.
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