Carlos returns to head-to-head Legacy deck testing in the post-Griselbrand world with the sweet UW Land Tax Miracles deck against the ever present RUG Delver tempo deck. Check out his breakdown of key interactions and sideboarding strategies.
Affinity took down the Modern GP this weekend, and spewing artifacts onto the battlefield also is a cheap way to forge a Legacy deck.
How bad does it feel to lose to a Bonfire of the Damned cast for its miracle cost? How good does it feel to crush somebody with fortuitous Angel tokens? It’s a perfect time to see if Avacyn Restored’s hyped Miracle mechanic created fireworks — or just fizzled.
Heather recaps a Legacy tournament full of surprises at Grand Prix Atlanta, where the temperatures were scorching. It seems the best way to cool off was a good zombie brew.
Continuing his Legacy breakdown from last week’s pillars of the metagame, Carlos looks at key card types and interactions that you need to considering building and playing around.
Rudy Briksza warded off plenty of Griselbrands en route to a Top 8 finish at the recent SGC Legacy Open in Indianapolis. His Esper Stoneblade deck made plenty of powerful plays with pesky germ tokens carrying Batterskulls and one well-timed Cabal Therapy.
For this installment of Legacy by the Books, Carlos takes a step back from individual matches to survey the format and try to carve out a manageable metagame analysis.
Keith takes a last minute audible and rides it to money town.
While the Legacy format settles from the introduction of Avacyn Restored, Carlos focuses on a match-up likely to be unaffected. It’s time for some blue on blue action.
Keith Feinman took a unique Legacy deck to the Semi Finals showing that Legacy is not a cut and dry format.