Unpowered Vintage Eldrazi (aka JacoDrazi) - A Double Tourney Report
JACO last edited by JACO
Free on Eternal Central - tales of Sandwich Punch, Vintage group dinners, dominating the dojo with JacoDrazi, and lessons learned:
I recap my tournament performance at NYSE4 and KnightWare LA Vintage. This serves as a useful introduction to the new (longer) treatise I have released on Building and Playing Vintage Eldrazi. Check it out, maybe share it with a friend, and let me know your thoughts below. Thanks for reading.
ConBurnMadMan last edited by
A bunch of pages into the book and all I can say is "awesome"! This deck(JacoDrazi) has opened up the world of vintage to me. I'm not a huge proxy fan so I've always kind of steered clear of vintage minus unpowered hatebears. This deck is on a different level, I like the play style and am a big fan of tribal decks. Thanks for sharing this with the community
10k last edited by
My sentiment exactly!
Arianeira last edited by
This is awesome because viable budget decks are very good for paper vintage. Has been a long time since the sligh and suicide black days.
JACO last edited by
@Arianeira I agree. This is by far the cheapest competitive Vintage deck. With card costs spiraling beyond the wildest dreams of WotC, JacoDrazi provides a cheap entry point to non-proxy events, which is much needed. Dredge is now a $2600+ deck (for regular "anti-hate" Dredge package), while Pitch Dredge (Force of Will and Dark Depths transormational sideboard) is closer to $4000+. By contrast, JacoDrazi is about $1000 unproxied (or even as low as <$350 with 15 proxies, as one reader recently pointed out to me).