With Grand Prix Toronto fast approaching, Scott continues his trek to acquire crucial byes. Would his Spirit Jund deck deliver?
Scotty takes Spirit Jund for a spin online — hello Lingering Souls! — after a weekend full of Grand Prix Trials.
After making some more tweaks, Scott brings his Jund deck to a Grand Prix Trial with hopes of securing three byes for GP Toronto.
Mr. ScottyMac introduced some new Jund sideboard tech from GP Lyon before battling against Eggs, KikiPod, Jund and Merfolk.
It took some time for John to pick which Modern deck to wield at Pro Tour Return to Ravnica. But once that decision was made, things went smoothly.
Taking some cues from Pro Tour Return to Ravnica has helped Scott refine his Modern Jund list. (Hello, Deathrite Shaman!)
Standard has had recent two-card combos (Deceiver Exarch-Splinter Twin), but engine-based combos are almost extinct. Could Return to Ravnica reverse that trend?
After weeks of preparation, Josh Milliken hit Seattle to pit his RUG Delver deck against the world’s best players at Pro Tour Return to Ravnica.
A combo deck took down the Modern Pro Tour in dominating fashion, but Mr. ScottyMac is sticking with Jund. That’s not to say there aren’t some changes.
After several weeks fine-tuning his RUG Delver list, Mr. ScottyMac jumps into a new Modern format with Jund.