This podcast by @CyrusCG and @9thonbreakers is amazing http://topdownlegacy.libsyn.com/episode-9-how-to-prepare-for-a-big-event

I worked hard last year to become a better player and I tried several things that are recommended in this podcast and there are things here that I wish I had done too.

I know some look at Vintage casually and some take it very seriously. I play this game for many reasons and being competitive is part of it. Knowing how to prepare for events was very foreign to me.

  • @vaughnbros said in SMIP: 2020 B&R Roundup:

    This is getting off topic though. My main point is that through Restricting everything you reduce the need to keep purchasing play sets of expensive new cards. At most you need to get 1.

    Other discussion aside, I have long loved this idea and would love a singleton vintage format.

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  • @griselbrother

    My main point is the stuff like Rest In Peace and Shroud enchantment are nice effects, but they aren’t threats. Reducing your threat density hurts the strategy.

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    @chronatog said in How do you beat W&6 with fair hatebears?:

    @griselbrother said in How do you beat W&6 with fair hatebears?:

    I remember you played that green enchantment that gives your creatures shroud at some point (I forgot its name) - perhaps that's something to look into again?

    Dense Foliage?

    Hmm, no it wasn't that one. I don't remember the name sorry, but Stormanimagus likely does, as he was the one playing it.

    @vaughnbros said in How do you beat W&6 with fair hatebears?:

    @griselbrother

    The power of hate bears and hate walkers is that they aren’t just a lock piece. They also threaten to kill your opponent (or bury them in CA for the walkers).

    Uhm, Yeah. Sorry, I'm not really sure what your point is?

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  • @griselbrother

    The power of hate bears and hate walkers is that they aren’t just a lock piece. They also threaten to kill your opponent (or bury them in CA for the walkers).

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