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  1. Back when Eternal Masters was released, it seemed like Legacy got a little bump. It's still a hard format to enter because of price, but the reprints helped. Had some hopes that Iconic Masters would do the same, but after looking through the spoilers I don't see that many reprints that will help Legacy players. Am I missing reprints that are badly needed?
  2. Went for a change of deck for this month's legacy event ( should probably decide what to play at the GP fairly soon, also whether or not I'm definitely going to the GP) This time was Reanimator, with this list: 4 Dark Ritual 4 Entomb 4 Reanimate 4 Thoughtseize 4 Exhume 4 Animate Dead 4 Unmask 4 Faithless Looting 4 Lotus Petal 1 Chrome Mox 3 Griselbrand 4 Chancellor of the Annex 1 Sire of Insanity 1 Elesh Norn 1 Tidespout Tyrant 2 Badlands 1 Bayou 2 Swamp 4 Marsh Flats 4 Bloodstained Mire Sideboard (extremely sparingly used, I basically had no idea what I was doing with sideboarding things out) 2 Pithing Needles 2 Abrupt Decay 2 Stronghold Gambit 3 Reverent Silence 3 Collective Brutality 1 Iona, Shield of Emeria 1 Archetype of Endurance 1 Inkwell Leviathan Round 1 (vs Belcher) Possibly the shortest 3 game match I've ever played. Game 1 on the play, hand was reasonable, including a Chancellor to reveal to slow my opponent down, plus Entomb to put it in the yard and an Animate Dead .Unfortunately he had a Gitaxian Probe to burn the Chancellor trigger, then played Mox Opal, Lotus Petal x2, LED, Seething Song, Belcher and hit me for about 40 with the Belcher activation for the turn 1 kill. I sided in an Iona for a Griselbrand, turn 1 Unmask myself to discard a Griselbrand then Lotus Petal, Exhume the Griselbrand. My opponent's only play before conceding 2 turns later was another probe Game 3 went similarly, opponent reluctantly kept 6 after a mulligan, turn 1 Faithless Looting, Unmask him to take a Land Grant, turn 2 Reanimate a Griselbrand onto an empty board, Unmask again to take Burning Wish. Griselbrand wins handily vs absolute nothing to take it 2-1 Round 2 (vs Lands) The exact opposite of Round 1, finishing in a dishonourable 1-1 draw after going to turns (not typical for RB Reanimator). Game 1 my deck morphed into a weird prison deck as I managed to keep stocking the yard through Entomb and Faithless looting, eventually getting to have 3 Chancellors keeping the turn 2 Griselbrand company on the board. Glacial Chasm meant Griselbrand didn't actually do a single point of damage, but 12 points of cumulative upkeep life loss plus a fetch left him at 7 life, the Chasm had to go and then there was no answer to my flying force. Game 2, I again sided Iona in, this time for Elesh Norn. I had it in my opener plus 1 of the 2 Pithing Needles that had come in for a Thoughtseize and an Unmask, got her into the yard off Faithless looting, then Reanimate to cut off his green spells. Unmask took a Crop Rotation and left a hand of Misty Rainforest, Windswept Heath, Life from the Loam. His board was Rishadan Port, 2 Taiga, Mox Diamond. I played Needle naming WIndswept Heath and swung with Iona. Opponent played Tabernacle to tie down my mana. I drew something meaningless and swung for another 7 to put my opponent to 6. He then drew Gamble, I rolled a die to randomly pick the Misty Rainforest out of his hand. I was expecting to see a Wasteland come down so my only land would get killed and with it Iona, but instead Maze of Ith showed up to achieve a similar result. A few turns of bad draws later, he got the Dark Depths/Thespian Stage combo down and it was time to enter scoop phase. Game 3 was really bizarre. I was feeling good with an early Griselbrand in play, but Crop Rotation got a Maze of Ith after just one hit and Griselbrand was neutered. Opponent had a Port and a couple of Wastelands to keep my mana in check, then cast Crop rotation to take my graveyard with another Griselbrand and a Tidespout Tyrant before I drew another reanimation spell I could actually cast. During the midgame I drew 2 Unmasks and used them both to take copies of Sphere of Resistance. We reached a long stalemate after I played Pithing Needle on Thespian Stage to go with Griselbrand and Swamp vs his Bog, Maze, Port, Taiga, Mox Diamond but no threat whatsoever. I drew another land (which got Wastelanded, then a Lotus Petal, then another Needle to doubly lock out Stage. I had Dark Ritual, Animate Dead, Faithless Looting, but no creatures in the yard and my only land getting tapped every turn. Faithless Looting off the Petal didn't get the second creature I needed to overload the Maze. Opponent got a Dark Depths, tried to get the counters off the hard way but got down to 2 counters before the clock best us both. Round 3 (vs Manaless Dredge) Back to the usual quick games here. I almost punted Game 1 after a fast start with turn 1 fetch, Badlands, Looting, discard Griselbrand and a Ritual, opponent turn 1 discard Phantasmagorian, pass. Turn 2 I cast Animate Dead on Griselbrand, drew 7, played Petal, looting, discard Chancellor and Sire of Insanity, then Unmask to take away a Gitaxian Probe. Turn 2 my opponent again did nothing, then I made the potentially fatal error, casting Reanimate and choosing Sire instead of Chancellor, valuing the higher power with the aim to get the game over as quickly as possible. My opponent looked delighted to throw his hand into the yard, dredged a Stinkweed Imp but didn't find anything too meaningful, a Narcomoeba coming into play to hold of Griselbrand next turn. Despite the choice of Sire for his 6 power, my next attack still left him at 8 life, plus Narcomoeba became a a zombie as he had a Bridge from Below in his yard, so he got another couple of dredges to get out of his trouble but luckily found a Narcomoeba but nothing else of much use. 1/1 fliers that become 2/2 zombies can't hold off Griselbrand and Sire for long, but I drew Reanimate and corrected my error from earlier by getting Chancellor to join the fun and the scoop duly followed Game 2 I unknowingly played around the sideboard Mindbreak Trap he had in hand and managed to get turn 2 Elesh Norn into play through Faithless looting then Reanimate. My draw was otherwise not great but luckily Elesh Norn is pretty much game against Dredge and their potential army of 2/2 zombies and 1/1 Narcomoebas. Over the next 4 turns my opponent gamely activated some Phantasmagorians, did some dredging, a couple of times flipped over Narcomoeba to die then trigger Bridge to get a very short lived zombie but the praetor took the whole game on his own 2-0-1 going into the final round Round 4 (mirror) All about the die roll, which I won, had Chancellor and 2 Griselbrand in the opener with Unmask, Entomb, Exhume and a fetchland, revealed Chancellor to get what proved a crucial trigger. Turn 1 Unmask myself exiling 1 Griselbrand to discard the other. Opponent plays Badlands and passes. Turn 2 I drew Animate Dead and again nearly made a terrible mistake, I got very excited thinking I could get way ahead with Griselbrand, cast Exhume then thought I'd foolishly played into an Entomb from my opponent, then we both realised the Chancellor reveal trigger had saved me. Opponent took one more draw then scooped. Game 2 I sided in Iona for Sire, plus 2 Abrupt Decay for a Thoughtseize and an Exhume (it's one way to minimise my risk of mistakes). I kept a slightly sketchy hand with Lotus Petal as the only mana source, plus a Looting and a Ritual, Tidespout Tyrant as the only creature but also an Exhume and a discard effect (Unmask I think). My opponent led with a Badlands and passed. I went for the gamble, cast the Looting off the Petal and found a land and another black card (luck skill victory etc.), discarding the Tyrant and Ritual. I then Unmasked my opponent, who then cast Entomb in response to put Iona into his yard. Iona on black is effectively an autowin in the mirror so I took his Reanimate leaving him with Dark Ritual, Chancellor, Faerie Macabre, Chrome Mox and Thoughtseize. He used a Faerie Macabre to take Tidespout Tyrant and leave me with no creatures in the graveyard then cast Dark Ritual, Thoughtseize targeting himself, discarding Chancellor and then realised he no longer had any way to reanimate his angel. I immediately top-decked an Animate Dead and my choice of his Iona as the target got the scoop 3-0-1, 1st place despite a couple of misplays. Over the course of the night I definitely had more luck than my occasionally terrible play deserved but it was mostly a blast to play (the long almost draw-go game 3 with lands not included, although even that did just become funny as the rest of the room were standing around watching us both draw terribly) Can Reanimator do well often enough to be a good choice for a Legacy GP? Maybe, maybe not. Realistically I'm not exactly going there expecting to make top 8 or anything crazy anyway so it probably doesn't matter. It would be good to test it out a bit more against some of the Delver variants that are likely to make up a lot of the field, rather than being very thin on the ground locally, before I decide if I should run this in Birmingham or not
  3. Our primary venture at this point, Tales of Adventure's Eternal Extravaganza LEGACY Satellite Series ( http://eemagic.com ) allows us to run Legacy events locally, and have them count towards large, annual Eternal-MTG themed events! We try and do two tournaments (and thus streams) per month. They can be viewed live at http://twitch.tv/mirrodintech and are later uploaded to our YouTube page: Please keep an eye our for our latest streams!
  4. Announcing a brand now content series at the Institute: Faculty-Focus Friday Forum! This will represent weekly articles to be posted to our blog, authored by members of our Faculty, touching on a range of topics from Deck Techs, gameplay strategies, set critiques, and much more! To see for yourselves and participate in the discussion (Facebook account required to comment), go to: http://mirrodintech.com/blog
  5. Just about every format other than Legacy gets play at my LGS. They have trouble getting enough people to show up and can't get it consistently enough. Legacy is a tough sell for people who don't already play it because of the price of the cards. Have any of you tried to get a Legacy play group going? Either at your LGS or on your own? I've been tossing around the idea of getting a proxy group going on my own, since I don't think game stores can do that
  6. So, I finally managed to get some local paper Legacy action this week- only a small, 4 round tournament which is perfect fro a midweek evening. I couldn't decide what to play, so I took Burn and Death & Taxes along, but decided I didn't want to have to use my brain too much after a long day at work so went with the red option. Here's (roughly- I didn't take any notes or anything) how it went The deck: Fairly standard "Lavamancer plus lots of fetches" version of Burn 4 Goblin Guide, 4 Monastery Swiftspear, 2 Grim Lavamancer, 4 Eidolon of the Great Revel 4 Lightning Bolt, 4 Chain Lightning, 4 Rift Bolt, 4 Lava Spike, 4 Price of Progress, 4 Fireblast, 2 Sulfuric Vortex 8 Mountains, 1 Barbarian Ring, 4 Arid Mesa, 4 Wooded Foothills, 3 Bloodstained Mire Sideboard 4 Pyroblast, 2 Smash to Smithereens, 4 Searing Blaze, 3 Mindbreak Trap, 2 Ensnaring Bridge Round 1 vs Slivers This was quite a strange match- playing against a newish player trying Legacy for the first time with a RG Slivers brew focusing on creature pump effects and haste. Game 1 wasn't exactly the 5 minute affair I was hoping for when I chose to play Burn. My opponent had packed a lot of life gain effects in Elixir of Immortality and Staff of the Flame Magus, I mulled to five and kept a one-land hand, then proceeded to draw 3 copies of Price of Progress in the next 10 cards against a player with only basic lands. Fortunately her deck didn't really function as hoped either and I eventually managed to pick off all her Slivers with a combination of Lightning Bolt on the one copy of Predatory Sliver she drew and then topdecking a Grim Lavamancer. Once I'd ground her down to 5 life my hand was Price, Price, Price, with Barbarian Ring, 3 Mountains and a Swiftspear in play, plus a Rift Bolt on suspend against a flooded opponent with 4 Forests, 5 Mountains and a Striking Sliver. Thanks to the Lavamancer I had only 5 cards in my yard so had to target the Sliver with the Rift Bolt and cast a Price of Progress to effectively do nothing but shock myself to get the Swiftspear through and give me threshold to finish her off with 2 from the Barbarian Ring. Game 2 was much quicker, I had Goblin Guide in the opening 7, which I was keepable this time, and then drew another one on turn 1. She got a Staff down early but only one Mountain in the first 5 turns so it didn't slow me down much and after the 2 Guides did most of the work, Fireblast showed up to seal the 2-0 Round 2 vs Lands Lands is generally a good match up for Burn- game 1 especially is low on interaction and, unless they get a turn 3 or 4 Marit Lage, Burn is generally too quick. In this match, game 1 was actually quite slow, as he drew 2 copies of Maze of Ith and a Punishing Fire, so my creatures didn't get much done. He didn't find a Dark Depths despite a few turns of dredge Life from the Loam, cast Life from the Loam excitement and I drew enough burn spells to take a 1-0 lead. Game 2 i sided in the Ensnaring Bridges (mostly against an indestructible 20/20 flyer) and Searing Blazes as I knew he had Tireless Trackers in his sideboard. My opener had 2 lands, a Goblin Guide, a Swiftspear, a Lava Spike and both Bridges. He mulliganed to 5, kept a hand with Maze of Ith but not much else, topdecked lands turns 2 and 3 by which time my creatures and the Lava Spike had him down to 13 and he had Gambled for Drop of Honey, but had to discard it. I hadn't yet seen the third land to get a Bridge down but at end of his turn I cast Price of Progress with him having Maze, Wasteland, Grove of the Burnwillows as his only permanents, giving him a choice of going to 7 or Wastelanding himself. He took 6, I then drew a Mountain, dropped Bridge, he Gambled again looking for Krosan Grip then scooped when he realised he hadn't sided them in. Another 2-0 win Round 3 vs Mono Blue Painter This was unfortunately kind of a non-match. Game 1 my opponent kept a one lander, cast turn 1 Preordain, didn't find a land, turn 2 Ponder, again no land and the damage was done. Turn 3 or 4 he drew a second land and cast Painter's Servant (with Grindstone in hand), I Bolted it and then finished him off with a Fireblast. Game 2 went a similar way, I got ahead, he was stuck on 2 lands but had a Spellskite to slow me down. I got an Eidolon into play and he had to play a couple more cantrips into it to try and find lands then Blue Blasted the Eidolon, doing most of my work for me. At 1 life i thought I had him with a Fireblast, forgetting that Spellskite's ability doesn't have to cost life, he paid a blue to redirect but I drew Rift Bolt the next turn and he died with Painter and Grindstone in hand for 3-0, 6-0 Round 4 vs Death and Taxes So it was on to the battle for 4-0. Game 1 I mulled to 5 again, my opponent was on the play, dropped turn 1 Mother of Runes, which I Bolted, Turn 2 another Mother of Runes, I played Swiftspear and got a point of damage through while she couldn't activate her ability but then couldn't do much as turn 3 Karakas and Thalia arrived. I played an Eidolon but couldn't attack, and couldn't profitably block the Thalia as I only had two lands (one a Barbarian RIng) and he was tapping one with a Port every turn. A few turns later he played a Flickerwisp and I was done. Game 2 was close, I had sided in Searing Blazes and Smash to Smithereens, managed to kill the first Mother of Runes again, got him down to 9 life with Eidolon, Swiftspear and Goblin Guide but found myself up against the familiar combo of Thalia, Mother of Runes, Karakas and Port (plus 1 or 2 Plains), I had 4 lands in play so Thalia and Port activations meant my hand of Price, Price, and a Lava Spike I drew after casting the first Price had to be spread over 3 turns- got him to 1 with 4 damage from each Price of Progress, then he dropped Sanctum Prelate on 1, I drew a million lands and slowly got killed by Thalia and Ethersworn Canonist. On reflection, I should have thought of Prelate as his only out and, anticipated he was 99% o set it on 1, cast the Lava Spike a turn earlier, before the second Price of Progress. Overall a fun night, finished 3-1, which earned me 2nd place and 3 packs of Ixalan. The decks in the room were by no means a reflection of the top tier Legacy meta- I faced a grand total of one dual land (Taiga in the Lands deck) in any of my 4 matches and of the people I didn't play against I think only 2 decks would probably have had them, but quite a variety of 'real' but lower tier Legacy decks plus a few brews. Among the players I didn't face there was another Burn deck, Merfolk, BR Reanimator, Sneak and Show and a version of Mono Red Prison/Dragon Stompy. It was great to see a new, hopefully regular, Legacy night get off the ground with a good turnout, and more players who had planned to be there and who should add to the numbers in the future. The people who were playing Legacy for the first time all enjoyed it and commented on how welcome they were made to feel, and that can only be good for the game in general. Long live Legacy!
  7. Hello to all, Today, Sunday Oct 15, 2017 at 5pmET on http://twitch.tv/mirrodintech will debuting the famous local Vintage Power Cube. No proxies, some of the best cards in Magic, and no limit to the shenanigans. A mostly-accurate list (15-20 cards have been changed) is depicted below, but the core and power remain in place. Several Klug alters will also be premiering. We hope to do this again in the future, so please come show your support this first time! See you all soon, -The Dean
  8. Welcome from the Dean! From Miami, Florida, we wish to welcome you to the online hub of the Institute. We at the Institute dedicate ourselves to promoting Eternal Formats of the TCG (Trading Card Game) Magic; the Gathering. We accomplish this goal by hosting and streaming tournaments, creating casual and friendly environments, and encouraging original and unique deck design as well as fostering of creativity. Please be sure to visit our main social media site on TWITCH for our livestreams, as well as our main social media hub on TWITTER to stay up to date with the Institute! OUR PHILOSOPHY MODERN Though not a formal Eternal Format, we believe Modern is a starting point for many Magic players who wish to move beyond Standard and Limited events and begin to explore Magic's deeper history. Thus, we focus many of our efforts at this time into Modern in order to begin channeling our players towards earlier sets of Magic. LEGACY The very reason this channel exists. The format of Magic that best explores its complete history while not allowing cards whose power broke the game before it ever took off. This format we believe allows for maximal, unbridled creativity, and we wish to foster that spirit of Legacy not as an elite format, but of one with unparalleled opportunities for deck creation. VINTAGE Memory lane meets empty wallets. Like Legacy except with no bannings for power level, Vintage truly is Magic in its most complete form. Expect twitch streams/YouTube videos every ~2 weeks of Legacy and/or Modern tournaments, deck techs, card art alters, and more! We hope to see you at one of our online sites! http://MirrodinTech.com http://twitch.tv/mirrodintech https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChzTJbZUWaYZ0IZnx3F_2vw (we get a custom URL at 100 subs!) http://twitter.com/MirrodinTech http://Facebook.com/mirrodintech Christian Camargo Founder & Dean of the Mirrodin Institute of Technology
  9. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Today, we continue to dress up like experts and finish a Deck Tech on Drew’s deck, Aluren! Get ready to get ready to get ready. It’s another episode of Legacy Weapon! (more…) View the full article
  10. I'm building a Legacy Jeskai Eldrazi deck. The problem I have is with two play sets of cards: Cavern of Souls and Chalice of the Void. I should have picked up Cavern when MM17 dropped but didn't, and Chalice has been going up. My playgroup is having a "bring whatever" tournament next month and i want to play this deck. But without Cavern I'm curious what kind of lands I should put in it's place. For Chalice I plan to add either more removal like Dismember or maybe counter spells. Any help would be appreciated!
  11. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Today, we pretend we are more expert than usual, and do a Deck Tech on Drew’s deck, Aluren! Get ready to get prepared, eat some Oreos (Oreos are always the right answer). It’s another episode of Legacy Weapon! (more…) View the full article
  12. Watched this video last night, but I have to admit I'm a little confused. Why would Top being banned hurt decks like Eldrazi or ones that use Ancient Tomb? Those were only great match-ups versus Miracles?
  13. A friend of mine asked me what budget Legacy deck I would suggest she start building. For Legacy the first that came to mind was Burn but looking for more suggestions
  14. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Today, we look back at our Kaladesh predictions, review what has been happening with Aether Revolt cards, and give out lukewarm takes (like hot takes, but slower) on Amonkhet. Most importantly, chill, kick back, and remember that preparation is the best Legacy Weapon! (more…) View the full article
  15. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Today, we OH GOSH TOP WAS BANNED! We will discuss quickly why it was banned, whether it should have been, and what to expect going forward Most importantly, chill, kick back, and remember that preparation is the best Legacy Weapon! (more…) View the full article
  16. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Jamie and Drew are still on the road back from GP Louisville! In this thrilling conclusion to the road trip saga, our heroes recount their exploits from the GP main event, and they share their newfound wisdom about how to get the most out of your GP experience. Get ready to get prepared, it’s another episode of Legacy Weapon! And seriously, prepare for some silliness. 5 hours of driving made us get a bit loopy. (more…) View the full article
  17. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Jamie and Drew are on the road back from GP Louisville! (Seriously, we recorded this episode on the highway, and we apologize for the road noise.) In part one of a two-part series, they talk about event logistics, how to prepare for a GP, how not to prepare (looking at Drew here), and also some actual Magic. Get ready to get prepared, it’s another episode of Legacy Weapon! (more…) View the full article
  18. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Drew is on a Holiday Sabbatical, so we have replaced him. Lazy, lazy Drew. Special guest Andrew Rudiger is here to get us back to our proper Andrew to Jamie ratio. In preparation for GRAND PRIX LOUISVILLE! we have him here to talk competitive rules enforcement, how to play a tight game, how to deal with judges, and general GP advice. Get ready to get prepared, it’s another episode of Legacy Weapon! (more…) View the full article
  19. Will you be buying Eternal Masters? Why or why not?
  20. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Special guest Kate Donnelly is back to talk more Posts. Today we’ll go into more depth about the deck, how to play it, and we’ll look at keep/mulligan decisions. Get ready to get prepared, it’s another episode of Legacy Weapon! Kate is back! Kate is still cool. Maybe even cooler. Kate talks about how she picked the deck, and why you might also. We do that thing where we look at sample hands and argue about whether you can keep them. Kate is much better at this game than Jamie and Drew are. Grand Prix? Grand Prix! MUD Post by Kate Donnelly Creatures (14) 1 Kozilek, Butcher of Truth 4 Metalworker 2 Myr Battlesphere 3 Sundering Titan 4 Wurmcoil Engine Artifacts (22) 2 Bottled Cloister 4 Chalice of the Void 4 Grim Monolith 2 Lightning Greaves 3 Pithing Needle 2 Staff of Domination 1 Trading Post 4 Trinisphere Planeswalker (2) 2 Ugin, the Spirit Dragon Lands (22) 4 Ancient Tomb 3 Cavern of Souls 2 City of Traitors 4 Cloudpost 1 Eye of Ugin 4 Glimmerpost 4 Vesuva Sideboard (15) 2 All is Dust 1 Emrakul, the Aeons Torn 2 Grafdigger’s Cage 1 Oblivion Stone 1 Pithing Needle 1 Platinum Angel 1 Platinum Emperion 2 Spine of Ish Sah 4 Thorn of Amethyst 75 Cards Total Extra Credit Reading: Kate also writes about Legacy. Here she is on Hipsters of the Coast writing about Miracles and Death and Taxes. Go check out the forum! All the cool kids are there. Well, maybe not all of them. But this way you can say you did it before it was cool. The free, weekly, prize supported MTGO Legacy League is still going strong! A new small, but growing mtg online community…not Legacy focused but still a friend of the show. www.kitchentablemtg.com/forum A content website covering MTG, and also Hearthstone that we are very proud to be a part of. www.cardconfidants.com The BEST place to go for magic podcasts, new, old, big and small. The place we started and are happy to be a part of. www.mtgcast.com Kate tweets! Find her at @beautecoulisses. What are these links doing here? No one knows. Probably nothing. Move along. Sponsor! HEEYYYY YOU GUUUUUYS! No banned card of the day today. Try again next time! I don’t really know what an RSS is, but I hear you should feed it. Subscribe to help! http://www.legacyweapon.com/feed/podcast I don’t really know what a Patreon is either, but I think this one looks hungry. https://www.patreon.com/jamie7keller?ty=h View the full article
  21. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Today, we have an extra special guest, Kate Drew-didn’t-get-her-last-name Donnelly! Kate is a 12-Post specialist, and she will be teaching us all about that deck and the joys of metal working. And glass blowing! Get ready to get prepared, it’s another episode of Legacy Weapon! Meet Kate! Kate is cool. Lots of Posts! Twelve of them, to be exact. Or maybe there are a bunch of locusts? Jamie’s confused. Kate will explain. Wait, there are totally 13 Posts! Everything we knew is a lie! Lots of mana! Lots of cards you thought were only for Commander! This deck is sweet. Let’s talk sideboarding. Oh good, more Commander staples! MUD Post by Kate Donnelly Creatures (14) 1 Kozilek, Butcher of Truth 4 Metalworker 2 Myr Battlesphere 3 Sundering Titan 4 Wurmcoil Engine Artifacts (22) 2 Bottled Cloister 4 Chalice of the Void 4 Grim Monolith 2 Lightning Greaves 3 Pithing Needle 2 Staff of Domination 1 Trading Post 4 Trinisphere Planeswalker (2) 2 Ugin, the Spirit Dragon Lands (22) 4 Ancient Tomb 3 Cavern of Souls 2 City of Traitors 4 Cloudpost 1 Eye of Ugin 4 Glimmerpost 4 Vesuva Sideboard (15) 2 All is Dust 1 Emrakul, the Aeons Torn 2 Grafdigger’s Cage 1 Oblivion Stone 1 Pithing Needle 1 Platinum Angel 1 Platinum Emperion 2 Spine of Ish Sah 4 Thorn of Amethyst 75 Cards Total Extra Credit Reading: Kate also writes about Legacy. Here she is on Hipsters of the Coast writing about U/B Reanimator. Go check out the forum! All the cool kids are there. Well, maybe not all of them. But this way you can say you did it before it was cool. The free, weekly, prize supported MTGO Legacy League is still going strong! A new small, but growing mtg online community…not Legacy focused but still a friend of the show. www.kitchentablemtg.com/forum A content website covering MTG, and also Hearthstone that we are very proud to be a part of. www.cardconfidants.com The BEST place to go for magic podcasts, new, old, big and small. The place we started and are happy to be a part of. www.mtgcast.com Kate tweets! Find her at @beautecoulisses. What are these links doing here? No one knows. Probably nothing. Move along. Sponsor! Putting the “rock” in mana rocks! Card of the Day! Blue cards that cheat artifacts into play can’t be bad, right? I don’t really know what an RSS is, but I hear you should feed it. Subscribe to help! http://www.legacyweapon.com/feed/podcast I don’t really know what a Patreon is either, but I think this one looks hungry. https://www.patreon.com/jamie7keller?ty=h View the full article
  22. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Today, we analyse opening turns and how to figure out what your opponent is playing. Mostly Jamie just makes himself look bad! Most importantly, chill, kick back, and remember that preparation is the best Legacy Weapon! (more…) View the full article
  23. I thought it was a hoax at first, but it's legit. Maybe I can grab a Karakas
  24. I've been collecting the pieces for a Legacy Eldrazi deck. Since I have most of the cards already, it makes sense that I finish it and have a deck that I could play some Legacy from time to time. There are a few lists out there that I've had my eye on, but I wanted to get opinions on which they prefer. There are a few blue/red lists that I'm a few Scalding Tarns away from having it just about done.
  25. There are no teachers here in Legacy Weapon, just slightly more talkative students. Today, Patrick Euglow of the Leaving a Legacy podcast returns! He will help us dig deeper into Eldrazi! Most importantly, chill, kick back, and remember that preparation is the best Legacy Weapon! (more…) View the full article
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