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Cook’s Kitchen – A Sideboarding Guide for The EPIC Storm

Cook’s Kitchen – A Sideboarding Guide for The EPIC Storm

Too often I find myself stopping to watch someone else playing The EPIC Storm (T.E.S) at an event. I stand behind them, figure out the game state, watch their line of play, and then compare it to what I would do… they draw for their turn and it’s Xantid Swarm against RUG Delver or BUG Delver. At this point I usually have little faith left in the pilot and walk away. But to be completely fair, sideboards were initially built for the individual and an expectation of what the field of decks would look like. Continue reading

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Cook’s Kitchen – Bryant Cook, the Planeswalker

Cook’s Kitchen – Bryant Cook, the Planeswalker

A year ago in Atlanta, Dan Walton, Carl Dillahay and myself attended the Star City Games invitational. During the event Carl lost a round and Dan made a joke about how if Carl was a Planeswalker, how his first ability would be “Plus one: Flip target table.” I asked Dan what my Planeswalker would be, he created my favorite currently non-existing Magic: the Gathering card. Continue reading

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Friday Night Alchemy: Hiding Behind Pillows and Stuffing

Friday Night Alchemy: Hiding Behind Pillows and Stuffing

I didn’t come up with this week’s list. Travis Woo did. If you like the wacky, the different, and the fun, check out his articles and stream on Twitch. He came up with this deck and deemed it “Pillow Fort,” and I stole it. I did. I’m pretty over it. Continue reading

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Cook’s Kitchen – SCG Invitational: Atlanta

Cook’s Kitchen – SCG Invitational: Atlanta

Well, neither Chipper Jones nor Ludacris were at the gate when Dan Walton, Nick Patnode and I arrived in Atlanta late Thursday night. I say late because it was ten minutes after the last rail-train had left the airport, our only option was a $90 taxi ride to our hotel. After giving the gentleman from the taxi service too much money, we settled in to our hotel. Continue reading