Cook’s Kitchen – Initial Return to Ravnica Analysis
Week one of Return to Ravnica is over.
For me this means studying the Cincinnati results intensely. Well, because I’ll be attending SCG: Providence this upcoming weekend. For some of the rest of you the results from Cincinnati may not mean as much, but either way, preparing for the new formats is important. Let’s skip the continuing introduction and just dive right into the details. Continue reading Cook’s Kitchen – Initial Return to Ravnica Analysis
Legacy is the kind of format that shifts in the meta from time to time but the decks primarily stay the same. Sure, a certain deck will get a new card like Dredge getting Faithless Looting and such. But overall the decks remain relatively the same or at least have the same idea behind them. I have always been the type of player to love casting creatures and just attacking, but I needed to have interactions as well. I could never play Goblins because I would not enjoy it. I like decks like Maverick because you play awesome creatures but still have a lot of tricks. Well very recently I was browsing The Source and came upon a deck in the pimp thread. The guy posting, Chimera87, had a list that I immediately fell in love with. I messaged Chimera87 to ask some questions and with the answers in hand and some more discussion my deck was built. Continue reading Tales of the Squire – The New Legacy Deck
by Ryan McKinney
It has been a long time since the great Waterhead Dragon has flapped his lucky wings to Jupiter Games as part of his tales. However our EDH/Commander week was too tempting to stay away from. Recently I’ve been busy with other adventures in Legacy and Standard preparing for large tournaments. I feel that EDH has always provided me a way to unwind and remember just how fun magic can be no matter how tired I am of Magic at the time. I currently only own two decks Merieke Ri Berit and Olivia Voldaren; both decks are certainly fun, but my “Butters’s Bottom Bitch” award definitely goes to Merieke. The deck has proven itself to be very powerful and is fully capable of emerging victorious even if multiple players gang up on the deck. Continue reading Journeys of the Waterhead Dragon Commander Feature: Merieke Ri Berit