MYOS tournament Deck lists
These MYOS Magic: the Gathering Deck lists of the Sunday, December 4 Make Your Own Standard (MYOS) #mag Trial were updated by DARKING.
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by tarat on 2011-12-04 20:13 CET
Thanks JFC for the list ;)
by jfc on 2011-12-04 20:15 CET
by Canabiest on 2011-12-04 20:51 CET
Not really Vampires but who is counting...
by cloysterd on 2011-12-04 20:52 CET
Gotta watch out for those green vampires.
by RiQuSP on 2011-12-04 21:32 CET
Lol, I would win so easily if I didn't drop =\
by Canabiest on 2011-12-04 21:42 CET
Well don't drop then, now I stole someones Master Slot ;)
by RiQuSP on 2011-12-04 21:46 CET
I already have an invite and wanted to do something else =B
by Canabiest on 2011-12-04 21:51 CET
I allready have one and had nothing better to do so I played till I lost. With the wacky deck you can see above.
by RiQuSP on 2011-12-04 21:55 CET
Good that I had something better to do..
by Canabiest on 2011-12-04 22:01 CET
Probably but there are worse ways to waste a sunday evening
by Duley on 2011-12-04 22:32 CET
by sc4rs on 2011-12-04 22:56 CET
Why are JTMS and Stoneforge not banned in block when they were banned in Standard?
by Burton911 on 2011-12-04 23:10 CET
In block swords and batterskull or in general strong equipements are not around, so SFM is fine.
by Canabiest on 2011-12-04 23:29 CET
Or cards that are banned in T2.
by DonDiggy on 2011-12-05 08:46 CET
Burton, banning SFM+Jace is not necessary in MYOS. In Standard, those two cards were absolutely broken. (There were almost no decks to consistently win vs Cawblade. As far as i remember, only UGx Mill and Vampires). But in MYOS, they're in competition with a much more powerful pool. We're talking about a pool containing the P3 of old extended (BB, TS, CC). About a pool having great Controlhate (GSS, Boseiju, Shusher, Thrun). And not at least about a pool being capable to blow out Turn 4 Emrakul. You just cant compare Standard to MYOS, its pointless.
by RiQuSP on 2011-12-05 11:42 CET
UB faeries went 2-0 and then dropped @ DonDiggy..
by Burton911 on 2011-12-05 12:07 CET
the reason why i would ban T2-banned cards is that cards that banned in Block Formats are banned in MYOS. It seems inconsequent to leave the T2-banned cards imo. I have not sayed that i think they are too strong for modern either.
by RiQuSP on 2011-12-05 12:38 CET
I don't get why you are complaining when you did not even play the last 2 MYOS trials. If you would play and you would get beaten by it constantly, I would be able to understand. But now youre just looking at lists and complaining without any reasonable arguements.
by Burton911 on 2011-12-05 13:14 CET
by RiQuSP on 2011-12-05 14:07 CET
It differs for every person what is fun for them to play. I love to play faeries and get a great amount of fun out of it, a lot of people don't.
by Jacois on 2011-12-05 14:17 CET
Only the Legacy banned list should apply. There's no reason why Thawing Glaciers, Lin Sivvi, or Rishadan Port need to be banned.
by tarat on 2011-12-05 18:14 CET
I played against Jund and UW deck that darkwizard played, and both decks were very good and games were close. It's not like you cant win with Stone-blade here.
by Canabiest on 2011-12-05 18:23 CET
As I said: Not seriously.
by kratosIII on 2011-12-05 19:08 CET
Tarat wins but against my jund in first game i didn´t win becouse one mistake :p
by Egren on 2011-12-05 21:31 CET
I agree with Jacois on that. Using Legacy's banlist would be better since that's practically the pool you're getting access to, or well, you get to pick what parts of that pool to include. It makes more sense than to use the blocks' banlists.
by DonDiggy on 2011-12-05 22:54 CET
Legacy bannings sound funny...It'd be 90% Affinity (Yay Artifact Lands!) and 10% Idiots who dont realize how broken Affinity was without bannings. Seriously, just keep the Block bannings and fine.
by darkwizard42 on 2011-12-06 06:40 CET
In addition to Block and Legacy bannings it seems only obvious that cards banned in Standard formats should be banned as well...Since you can "Make Your Own Standard" you can just create a banned deck from a format and win with it. Of course there could be a debate about the power creep but in the end the cards were banned for being part of the absolute dominant deck of that format.
by DonDiggy on 2011-12-06 07:31 CET
by RiQuSP on 2011-12-06 14:03 CET
It is not that strange that UW made top 8 with 3 decks/players. In total there were 9 UW decks, and only 3 UB faeries (my housemate and I were playing exact same list but he lost round 1 vs. RG wolf run). I didn't play vs. any of the UW decks unforunately and I think that I had a very good chance vs. them.
by RiQuSP on 2011-12-06 14:12 CET
Also, their combined record is:
by seedub on 2011-12-06 16:04 CET
The card pool might be greater but so are the restrictions on what sets you can put together. Zen + SOM giving you JTMS and SFM is giving you 2 of the most broken cards to ever see print in a deck with awesome synergy. You can't even begin to compare this format to legacy, which SFM and JTMS are both amazing in btw. Just look at the other 2 decks, if those can win a single game in this format then Caw-Blade is overpowered
by on 2011-12-10 01:43 CET
I don't understand it. Necropotence isn't banned and nobody plays it?
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