Jonas brings you a tournament report from his WMCQ
/ PTQ weekend, including two different Standard decklists and a sideboarding
guide. In addition, he covers some of the promising Dragon’s Maze cards that
could be used to update the deck.
No sooner have the first batch of WMCQs unfolded across the Magic world
than the next set of events is already around the corner. With Standard
being the topic of choice across the competitive scene, I am eager to
analyze some of the available information from various qualifiers.
Today, we're going to take a look at Standard and the results of the
most recent WMCQ here in Prague. Specifically, we're going to take a closer
look at one of the highest finishing lists, something really spicy that must
have cheered up every rogue deck player who saw the results of this tournament!
What should one play in the current Standard format? Bernhard brings you
an analysis of how the Standard metagame has evolved since the Pro Tour and how you should choose
your deck for the upcoming WMCQs and PTQs.
Today, we have two topics
on our agenda. The first European team GP in a long while has taken place in
Utrecht a couple days ago, and I’d like to share my view of this unique
tournament. And second, Standard is approaching its seasonal peak of
importance, with the next PTQ season being in this format and the WMCQs also
featuring Standard decks.
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