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  1. Which cards are you waiting for Standard rotation to pick up for your Frontier decks? I'll state the obvious and say Gideon, Ally of Zendikar is on my list, what's on yours?
  2. Good evening my fellow Planeswalkers! Tosh from GenericBadMagic here again with another decklist. This list won me my first FNM in the Frontier format and to this day is my only tournament win going unbeaten all night. I can't remember the sideboard but it doesn't matter so much as the deck was so consistent there was nearly no changing of cards between games. In all a strong set of 60 cards incoming with no non-basic lands in sight! So without further ado here it is: 19x plains 3 x Expedition Envoy 4 x Kytheon, Hero of Akros 4 x Town Gossipmonger 4 x Knight of the White Orchid 4 x Thalia's Lieutenant 4 x Metallic Mimic 3 x Lone Rangers 3 x Archangel of Tithes 4 x Always Watching 4 x Declaration in Stone 4 x Gideon, Ally of Zendikar The aim of this deck was to play one drop, two drop, a one and a two drop and build from there with Always Watching to provide a strong Anthem for your creatures. Metallic Mimic gives your creatures a real boost on entry and Thalia's Lieutenant was a real powerhouse when playing 2 or even 3 humans per turn. In terms of playstyle it was rare for me to not swing all in at every combat and just overwhelm the opponent. As always please offer your feedback and criticisms, how else do we improve? Have a good one! Tosh (from GenericBadMagic) (Decklist credit must be shared with Alan Bruce, as we co-operated to improve what was already a decent list of his own) ps. Head over to my Twitter @GenericBadMtg to check out my new Header image, it's super sweet.
  3. This is a deck brewed live on our podcast, Mox Team Zirconia. This deck has only been through one preliminary round of testing. Give it a tune! What would you change or add? We want to hear your suggestions in the comments below. Please make sure to subscribe to our podcast, “Mox Team Zirconia” on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you prefer to get your podcasts! Or from the website! http://moxteamzirconia.libsyn.com/ Here is the link to the list on tappedout.net http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/fronti... 3x Ajani Unyielding 2x Canopy Vista 1x Cultivator of Blades 1x Decimator of the Provinces 3x Dwynen's Elite 2x Dwynen, Gilt-Leaf Daen 4x Elvish Mystic 3x Elvish Visionary 7x Forest 4x Fortified Village 2x Gideon, Ally of Zendikar 4x Narnam Renegade 3x Nissa, Voice of Zendikar 4x Oath of Ajani 2x Plains 3x Rishkar, Peema Renegade 2x Scattered Groves 2x Sunblade Elf 3x Sylvan Messenger 1x Westvale Abbey 4x Windswept Heath Sideboard: 2x Declaration in Stone 2x Dromoka's Command 2x Gideon, Ally of Zendikar 2x Natural State 2x Nissa, Vital Force 2x Stasis Snare 3x Sylvan Advocate Music by Kevin Macleod via http://incompetech.com
  4. Now that it's banned in Standard, is it worth picking up Smugglers Copter for Frontier decks? Seeing it pop up in some Ensoul Artifact decks already, similar to the one @MTGZuby posted
  5. frontier

    Seems like lately Frontier is losing steam and people are comparing it more and more to Tiny Leaders. I know people still play Tiny Leaders but it's a fringe format and the player base is tiny. (ha!) Keep hearing people say they've built Frontier decks but never get to play them due to lack of interest.
  6. frontier

    There's been some talk about a new format called Frontier. It includes all cards post M15 and is an unofficial format. Is this something Wizards should explore? Is this a format your local store or play group are already trying? At the very least, they need a new name for it imho
  7. Welp, my playgroup is all the rage suddenly for frontier. Where is a good place to start or any suggestions on a budget deck I can start with? I started playing during Khan's of tarkir so I have a some cards already. Thanks
  8. frontier

    One of the funnest decks in Frontier looks like the Elf decks I've seen floating around. Hell, even the cost of the decks aren't that crazy considering you probably already have a good portion of these cards if you'e been collecting in the last few years. Anyone try an Elf build that they enjoyed or that they want to try?
  9. Reason to play or not to play Frontier. Your choice. I'm going with reasons to play Frontier: 5.) Participate in the format from it's start, help develop and potentially have input on how it develops. More importantly, help get the new Frontier forum over on that shitty Kitchen Table MTG site going. 4.) New formats can breed creativity, new decks and brews that may not be competitive in Modern or Standard may be playable in Frontier. 3.) Something new to try, can help with burnout on other formats and keep things fresh with your playgroup or at local stores 2.) It's cheaper than Modern or Legacy. 1.) Those cards you put away and dismissed as bulk that were playable in Standard? You can play with them again! If you've been collecting a few years chances are you already have a head start on a competitive deck. If not, then prices for those cards you have that rotated out of Standard and aren't Modern playable may rise in price, giving you the option to sell them and buy into Frontier. /devils advocate off