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With a tide of Legacy
metagame information becoming available recently after GP Providence, and the
almost weekly Legacy Open events, it is quite easy to track metagame changes
and deck building choices from week to week. One of the most important debates
to spring up in the wake of this information is the argument over the inclusion
of Force of Will in Blue Control decks…
Ondřej Stráský brings you a report
from one of the biggest Legacy events Europe has to offer. Find out how Ondřej
prepared for the tournament and learn more about the deck he piloted to a top 32
finish in Annecy.
I've had the chance to get a few New Phyrexia
drafts under my belt. I'm still getting the feel of the new format and a few
cards have changed in my evaluation since I started drafting the set. This is
by no means a comprehensive list, but I wanted to share my over/under on the
Now that the recent GP in
Providence and the latest Open Series have happened Legacy has become one of
the hot topics in Magic lately and I have decided to jump on the discussion
bandwagon and give my two cents on the format and what I think it means to the
I’d like to talk about the
block deck I’ve been testing for the Pro Tour but can’t, and I don’t feel I’m
familiar enough with the draft format to give solid advice. I thought therefore
that I’d go with something that raised a reasonable amount of interest last
time I included it in an article – pauper!
kicking into high gear, with paper PTQs in full swing alongside a smattering of
National Qualifiers. Last weekend marked my debut in the current PTQ season, I'll
analyze my deck choice, keep account of my evolution throughout the tournament and
provide a report of how the format is looking.
Richard Bland takes us through a NPH/MBS/SoM 8-4 draft queue on Magic Online. He shares some comprehensive thoughts about both the picks and the games, and talks us through each step of the way! If you're looking to improve your Limited game, this is the article series for you!
Can a spell be added on to the stack in the middle of the stack resolving?
For example; i play a creature, and in response my opponent plays an instant that lets him draw a card (let's say he draws a counter), does the stack go Straight to the next item and my creature resolves or can he add the counter to the stack after his [draw-a-card-instant] resolves?
I have a question concerning the lack of announcement of the type of mana in your mana pool when you pass the priority.
CompRules says :
106.4a If a player passes priority (see rule 116) while there is mana in his or her mana pool, that player announces what mana is there. If any mana remains in a player’s mana pool after he or she spends mana to pay a cost, that player announces what mana is still there.
Robert Jurkovic tells the
story of how he finally managed to add that elusive GP top 8 to his resume at the
New Phyrexia Limited GP in Prague.