3/13/2014 7:35:15 PM
I'd play grips over decay. Ease of cast, and miracles might be packing blood moon. You never know.Posted in: Control
3/13/2014 6:34:52 PM
Yeah. It is really much emptier in the market area.Posted in: Market Street Café
3/13/2014 5:48:34 PM
Posted in: ControlQuote from WyvernSlayerQuote from Froze OverBojuka Bog VS Dredge is a nice thing to have.
Krosan Grip can be good vs sneak and show.
Bobs are always nice to have.
I'm tempted to say that crop rotation could help in all these matches if you can get some especially to surprise the dradge player with bog at instant speed. but I have not played 12 post for miracles.
I'm trying like heck to get my hands on some Crop Rotations by Sunday. I'd run them over the E-Tutors, since my previous artifact toolbox was severely truncated with the inclusion of Punishing Fire.
I've played 12-post a couple times, and Chalice of the Void was enormous. Stopped their Crop Rotations, Brainstorms, Tops, Maps... heck, they can't even Repeal it. Their only real hope is to get to 11 mana and Ulamog the damn thing.
No stores have crops near you? If I had known sooner, I'd have probably just sent you some.
I'd play needle or revoker against miracles, it prevents topping in response to ports -> Entreat = You lose.
Bog + Crop is really good against dredge.
12 Post is generally a good matchup, watch out for needles on wasteland, and possibly EE.
3/12/2014 10:07:51 PM
Posted in: Legacy (Type 1.5)Quote from boot2theheadhi all, I am looking for a budget deck i want to make. I am not sure what i want to make but i don't want to make a mono blue deck or burn,in less it is an different way of burn. I have some idea's but don't have a lot of money to spend and waste money on. I am not looking for a deck that i know will win the top deck but can be fun to play but has a chance to win.
What's your budget? Have you checked out spooky's articles on budget legacy?
3/12/2014 5:30:26 PM
Prophecy is cheap. Nothing really good in it. I bought 34 Chinese packs for a buck each a little while back. I'm still waiting to draft it, just never have time.Posted in: Market Street Café
3/12/2014 3:45:55 PM
Kamigawa block should be fairly cheap... Everything else has chase cards due to modern.Posted in: Market Street Café
3/12/2014 1:56:22 PM
Posted in: Market Street Café
Jitte and TNN are best friends. Would make sense.
3/12/2014 12:01:23 PM
Posted in: Legacy (Type 1.5)Quote from gibbousmI've been to this thread multiple times but still haven't figured out what exactly I want to play.
I prefer Aggro and Midrange strategies and winning through creature combat over several turns but wouldn't mind a combo finish so long as the deck's goal isn't simply to assemble the combo. I like synergistic strategies over raw power but still would like the cards to be individually good, the more threats in the deck the better. I love tons of spot and mass removal but don't really like discard and counterspells. Budget wise, I'd rather have a less expensive deck simply because I don't know how often I'd get to play it, but one that I could bring to tournaments big and small. As of now I don't have many legacy staples apart from some random commons and uncommons.
Maverick, Goblins or Death and Taxes would be my suggestions. Might also like Nic Fit.
3/11/2014 12:18:40 PM
I'm almost done with painter already. This ight be the fastest I've made a deck.Posted in: Market Street Café
3/10/2014 4:58:25 PM
Try this for cutting down costs:Posted in: Magic General
As far as packaging goes, you should be able to buy small bubble mailers (6"x 4") for very cheap, you can buy bulk online, or even places like walmart has 10 packs for $5.
You shouldn't need any more than a regular card sleeve + the card, put into to a plastic hard toploader, then taped closed, and dropped inside the envelope. I've never had a packaged damaged and I've mailed easily over 300+ transactions this way. I package everything this way, from $5-10 cards to ABU dual lands.
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