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  1. You can see the top 8 decks here: Of the 8 decks, 6 of them were basically mono-white aggro with red splashes, using the same core of small white aggressive creatures to close out games as quickly as possible. I think this is positive for the format. The deck is extremely fast, but there are a ton of viable answers in the format right now and I doubt it'll warp the format in any way. Unfortunately the best answers for R/W Aggro are in Red and White - such as Deafening Clarion, so that's a bit of a problem, but black has Ritual of Soot and green should be able to stabilize on the board with bigger creatures. I think it's fine, even if it looks disproportional with 6-out-of-8 decks making top 8 at the pro tour. It also just so happens to be pretty close to the deck I built in paper when the format first rotated, so I'm tooting my own horn over that. (My deck:
  2. The past several booster boxes that I have opened smell so bad...What the hell? The cards smell like they are being run through horrid smelling chemicals as a part of their "new" process. Is it a definitive way to tell a "real" card from a "proxy" or did they just do it, to kill us off slowly? Whatever the case might be, I still have a great time opening packs ( opening a box of Guilds now), but I could definitely do without that horrible smell. Any thoughts?
  3. Hello all... My granddaughter always tells me: "Share, share, that's fair"..So, here's my "Share" for the day. The first booster box that I ever bought: Revised Highest price ever paid for a single card: $4.50 for a signed Alpha "Living Wall" (Bought back in 1994) Started my wall collection First starter deck purchased: Ice Age (Less than $5.00 back in the day) Most money ever paid for a single pack: $12 for a Beta booster Best trade ever made: Beta 2 BOP ,1 Beta Savannah & 1 Beta Armageddon for a 1 Beta Black lotus , 1 Alpha Wall of Water & 1 Beta Wall of Stone Favorite Card: "Beta" Icy (Best picture out of all the remakes) % of my collection that is still Near Mint condition: 90%( Most of the Alpha, Beta, and Revised) As I collected more in the beginning and started playing more heavily between 3rd and Ice age Total cards still owned: A lot.. If I were to guess, I'd say around 25,000 ish? Here are just a couple pictures:
  4. Hey everyone! In this video, JJ goes over Enter the Wizard, a Blue and Red Standard budget brew that pumps out more wizards than you can shake a wand at! Want an infinite combo in standard? Then this is your deck!
  5. If you are a "Guest" and looking here just to see what was in here for you to see, then it's a welcome from a new member. If you are actually a member that isn't signed in, then let me know that you were here so that I can gauge "How many members browse the site without signing in". To all the "actual" Guests: tell me what it is that you are actually looking for in a "Mtg" site... You might actually join in order to post... To anyone, Guest or member: What is it, that you would actually like to see more of on this site? Deck suggestions (aside from the normal decks that everyone is playing), perhaps advise on how to play against specific decks? Maybe just more postings about Mtg related events and such? Whatever the case, I am curious to know. Thanks for stopping by
  6. Ok... I see that a few people on here do some trading, and that's good. I haven't traded in a while (in literally in about 10 years), typically I will just sell some cards on EBay, and then buy whatever I want.. I also have plenty of store credit at the local gaming store, although they usually don't have whatever it is that I need. I have decided that I want to expand my "Wall Collection", so I would like to know how it is that I go about trading here.... I only want walls from their original edition (meaning if it came out in alpha and then was reprinted in 4th, I only want the Alpha edition). Secondly, I want walls in their "foil" form, when foils began. Thirdly, If a wall only came out in foil by like DCI, FNM, or Deck masters, that is something that I would be interested in as long as I didn't already have it. Lastly, but most important I only want walls in Near Mint/ Mint condition. So, let me know what I need to do. Thanks
  7. Check this deck out! It's a jankified G/B Constrictor list by adding Panharmonicon to the mix. Constrictor looks to get extra value out of counter placement by adding extra counters, and Panharmonicon doubles the triggers, so we get even MORE counters.
  8. Hey everyone! In this deck tech, we go over Tish is Taking Turns, a Blue/White standard deck that is on the cheaper side of standard right now. This deck sits back and holds your opponents off until, out of nowhere, you are taking turn after turn and bashing in for the win.
  9. Hello everyone, it's me again...Just trying to keep it lite. Seriously though, I haven't played in a tourney in about 6-8 years although I still buy boxes once in a while. Last couple of booster boxes I bought were HoD. I am possibly looking to get back into playing as I basically just collect now a days. I have more interest in standard play, although I would more than likely make a deck for commander as well. I need to know what editions are currently tournament legal and what the majority of players are doing. I prefer to play either mono red (Burn), Red/Black(Burn & Land D), mono blue (counter) or Green/White(Life/quick creatures). I typically don't play what anyone else is playing i.e.I once made a Wall Deck with rolling stones and played it in a tourney. I will probably buy 2 or 3 booster boxes, so I need to know what editions are my best bet for pulling what I need and for trading as well. Any help that you can give me, Id appreciate. Thank you in advance.
  10. Hey everyone! I’ve been playing magic for about three years and I am all about playing around the “jank cards” thaat magic has to offer. I am starting up a YouTube channel that is based around chest that I wanna find interesting and under play cards that can make an impact in standard. My goal isn’t to win but to have fun while winning or losing. Just to give you an example right now I am playing a red white deck with Latliss and anointed procession to see how many dragons we can swarm on the table. It looks something like this: I would love for y’all to come by and check out the channel but also leave me some comments about some decks or strategies that you would want to see played. Look forward to hearing from you all! You can find me by searching for JBuzzCuzz on YouTube. Thanks!
  11. Hey everyone! If you’re like me you don’t have a ton of money just laying around to build a deck. You probably don’t have a ton of time to play either cuz you gotta hustle up if you wanna afford some extra spice for your ramen noodles so you need a deck that is quick and cheap. This deck has let me go 3-0 in brewers challenges and has never got me below 50% in quick play. If you wanna see the deck tech you can find it here: Don’t have time to watch? Totally get that. The struggle is real. Find the decklist here: Hope you enjoy it everyone! If you do pick it up let me know and share some of your stories in the comments below. Thanks! (This has been my favorite game so far)
  12. Hey everyone! In this video, we talk about how far we have made it with our Pack to Power project and then we crack open a few packs and give one away! It's fun on a bun!
  13. Hey everyone! We're back up and running! In this video, we go over Don't Hex Me Bro, a standard Green and Black build that uses mostly hexproof creatures and hand disruption to bring out an army that our opponents can't really do anything about. This deck is insanely fun and on the cheaper side of standard right now!
  14. Hey everyone! In this video, we pick a winner for last weeks comment contest, add a few packs to our Patreon Build-a-Pack box, and crack open a Core 2019 booster box! Can we beat the cost of the box?
  15. Hey everyone! In this video, we go over Standard Elves, a budget mono green standard deck that bursts out of the gate and has some heavy hitters swinging in by as early as turn three. And it's low cost makes it one of the cheaper decks in standard right now.
  16. Hey everyone! In this video, we crack open some more BBD booster packs and get a big hit for our Patreon Build-a-Pack Box! What did we pull? Only one way to find out!
  17. Hey everyone! In this video, we go over our newest standard deck, Charlie's Angels! This fun deck can dominate early in the game and keep your opponent on their heels while we drop angel after angel, each with their own benefit when they enter. Coming in at Just under $207, this deck is on the high end of the cheaper decks, so it offers a lot of power for the price!
  18. Hey everyone! In today's video, we play some MTG Arena with our B/R Pirates deck and go up against a U/G Merfolk deck and against a B/R Aggro deck. Come join the fun!
  19. Hey everyone! In this Deck Tech FLASH! we go over The GOONIES, which is a black/green standard build and is a revamped version of the Dora and Friends deck we featured a few weeks back. This deck is no longer a budget deck, but is also brings in an element that Dora was missing and is a bit more competitive. And don't forget to check out our latest contest video where you could win a FREE entry into the prerelease event of your choice!
  20. Hey everyone! In this weeks video, we bring you another Deck Tech FLASH! for you to enjoy. We go over Dora and Friends, a budget mono green standard deck that really packs a punch! Come check it out! And don't forget to subscribe and SHARE!!!!
  21. Well, WOTC hit a Home Run this time! These are pre-made Standard decks that you can buy for $30 MSRP and actually contain a lot of good cards and good value. Chandra, herself, is almost as much as the whole deck. I don't play Standard, but this would be great for people wanting an easy way to get into it...
  22. Hey everyone! Today, we go over Golem Brigate, a Standard Esper build that stalls out your opponents early game and comes crashing in with a golem token army in the mid-game!
  23. Hey everyone! We are trying something new today! This is our first ever Deck Tech FLASH! where we go over a fun to play deck and we do it in half the time! In this Deck Tech FLASH! we look at Elder Dino Squad, a standard Naya build. This deck ramps us into elder dinosaurs quickly and boy, is it fun! Be sure to let us know what you think about the new Deck Tech FLASH! series!
  24. Long time, no post. Well here we go with another Prerelease video filmed from my forehead, and my favourite thumbnail I've ever made (which is saying a lot because I think my thumbnails are fucking gold!). Ok I'll stop stroking my ego. Here I quickly talk about my opinions of the RIX prerelease, the standard bannings, and the odd chase card in RIX. Enjoy and let me know how you feel about RIX and the state of standard!