It's amazing how different the online metagame than in paper. There were 0 Eldrazi lists in the latest Vintage Challenge and in this tourney it was the most represented deck; winning it all too.
I guess White Eldrazi has made a huge shift in the amount of wastelands in the 75. Just 1.
Apologies for the lack of vault key tags. The tags weren't filled in until I made quick guesses as to the correct tags. An oversight on my part for sure on the thieves lists, but note that it there's a lot of variability in decklists.
I appreciate everyone pointing out the mistags and I'll recheck through the posted decklists as soon as I can stop using a cell phone for internet later this week.
@matori said in European Vintage League season 2 results:
@yugular said in European Vintage League season 2 results:
R1: vs Matori / Bug Leovold 2-0
it was @moatzu :)
Can you upload decklists to MTGGoldfish as well ?
I did it the last time but something went wrong :D I don't think I will do it this time. If anyone else wants to do the copypasteing feel free to do so. All the decklists are public and the tournament is visible in the challonge. So all the data is there.
@H. said in 23 April 2017 Proxy Vintage at Brash Brewing Co [9 Players]:
@thecravenone any word on where we will be playing at? And what the prize payout will look like? There should be two of us coming from Louisiana, maybe 3, for this Sunday.
I knew there was something I was supposed to do last night...
Posted! - we'll be at Brash again.
Prize payout is ~90% back in cash with some random cards on the "prize wall." That's usually something like
$25 + crowler + 4 cheap things or 2 expensive things off the "wall"
$25 + 2 cheap things or 1 expensive thing off the wall
3/4 $15 + 1 cheap thing off the wall
Great work, thanks for collating! Are the videos saved on Twitch for us to watch? If so, a link would be brilliant - will be interesting to see what has changed and what remains the same in this new meta :)
@McDonalds said in 9 April 2017 Proxy Vintage at Brash Brewing Co [13 players]:
You're going to a metal brewery
You clearly roll down the windows and crank up some SLAYER
Their jukebox lacks Iron Maiden, so I'll listen to that next time around.
@desolutionist said in MTGO March 2017 Power 9 Challenge:
I'm not sure if this is something you've been playing for a while, but I'm interested in your approach. (Specifically the Sylvan Caryatid)
How was the Caryatid? Could you envision a Vintage deck that plays more than one? Or is it just only viable as a singleton with GSZ?
I've been testing GSZ for about a month and a half. The list I played on the VSL had no general meta applicability as it was tuned for what I expected in the Pod.
The Caryatid is great. I like the extra acceleration to pump out Jace, GSZ, Leo, and the Titan and to have a residual board position after Gushing. I prefer that mana sources simply do their job and had no patience anymore for the hassle of Deathrite Shaman, where you have no idea whether it will generate mana due to the ubiquity of Misstep, Plow, Decay, surprise Dig Through Times, and opposing Shamans as well as the awkwardness that results when there are no lands in the graveyard.
If there is any deck that would run more than 1 Caryatid, it would be a Superfriends list with 4 CMC sweepers/Moat where you really benefit from the color fixing and significantly from the untargetable 0/3 blocker while setting up or defending walkers. I would definitely play a Sylvan Caryatid and Sylvan Library in Nahiri if I ran it again.
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