MTG Salvation Article Archives: Author: Finn
I know I have said so before, but I want to make sure it is understood: Wild Nacatl was the start of a sea change for Legacy.
Grand Prix: Columbus was a success measured by attendance.
Wizards has created an amazingly stable environment in Legacy despite the presence of a lot of seriously powerful cards.
Let me give you the skinny on the love/hate relationship I have with this program.
I can't believe combo is not more prevalent in Legacy.
The trout speaks up about one of the defining decks of Legacy, and gives some pretty sound advice on deck construction, cartoon cobra killers, and making combo players cry.
If you don't know who David Gearhart is, you don't follow Legacy.
Disagreeing with an Elgin usually feels like being a punching bag, only you look a lot worse when he is done with you.
Not long ago I spoke with Jarno Porkka, inventor of one of the most interesting and unique Magic decks ever created for any format.
At some point during my childhood I learned something very important about baseball.
I am honored and excited that I was asked to write this review.
Power cards give players design ideas and open up avenues of strategy.
Only a single Survival deck made top 128 in Lille (out of how many total we don't know) but that one made it all the way to the Semifinals.
This is it! For Legacy players, this is what many of us have complained about not having over in our corner of the great ocean of Magic players for a very, very long time - a major event.