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The Cutting Room Floor: Manaless Unplugged, Vol. I

“The Cutting Room Floor: Manaless Unplugged, Vol. I”

“And… this deck is dead.”

This was a comment I had read in regards to my tournament report from the January NELC. After reading and letting that sink in for a little while I asked myself, “Is this deck really dead? Is it time to hang up the boots?” Well, that’s kind of a hard realization to come to. You see, when you’ve played a deck for as long as someone like me or Bryant Cook has, they become part of you. Each one of you reading this right now probably at some point or another put a lot of hard work and energy into a deck that you not only felt comfortable playing, but comfortable competing with on a larger scale. I picked this deck up at a time when my Magic career (and future) was uncertain, and I succeeded greatly with it. Continue reading The Cutting Room Floor: Manaless Unplugged, Vol. I

The Cutting Room Floor: He-Brand and the Masters of the Dredgeverse.

The Cutting Room Floor: ‘He-Brand and the Masters of the Dredgeverse.’

Good versus Evil.

Heaven versus Hell.

Dredge versus Everything.

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The Cutting Room Floor: Manaless Dredge In Legacy

The Cutting Room Floor: Manaless Dredge In Legacy

By Michael “Hollywood” Keller

In the lush and adventurous world of Legacy, one can discover so many unorthodox and intriguing deck choices that help create the basis for some incredibly fun, yet potent strategies. As the years pass us by, we are becoming more and more aware of this ideology as more and more cards become printed that light the fuse beneath what at one time could have been considered forgotten or antiquated options – effectively plugging once obsolete technology into war-ready machines. The same is true for Magic’s mechanics, notably one of the most loved and hated mechanics of all time: the Dredge mechanic. Continue reading The Cutting Room Floor: Manaless Dredge In Legacy