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I should be there this time round! Back in the country, and ready to play!!!

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I will be there, with something new (for me at least). Hopefully the CFB legacy 3k doesn't steal too many people.

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@rat3de hit me up at some point, and I can bring you in something else...

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@stuart I stand by my response in that thread: for me, prizes are irrelevant

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@smmenen I still wanted to grab a hardback copy...

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I have no interest in playing old school, and have had no interest to date. There are plenty of people that enjoy it, and I am happy for them and their enjoyment.

My solution this year for EW is to bring my family with me and turn it into a family holiday. My son's interest in MTG is growing, so it is possible that in a couple of years there will be a child playing (and trolling) at EW. He's starting to learn to read now, so there is still plenty of time...

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Landstill is a fine deck choice. At the end of the day, I'd suggest playing a deck that suits your play style. Landstill is a control deck that grinds out games. It works relatively well with little power. Given that Eudo allow 15 proxies, I'd suggest that you try to find a deck that you enjoy playing, and go from there. Nowadays, there are very few events that do not allow some number of proxies.

As an aside, Eudo's meta is quite skewed. It is not too unusual for there to be no shops decks, no dredge decks and a field where 50% of players are playing Landstill...

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Hello!

I regularly play at Eudo. It is totally worth your time to put together a deck and play. The players and environment is quite welcoming.

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  • A month or two of notice
  • Prize pool is mostly irrelevant; personally, I care more about the size/duration, and travel distance for an event
  • I would love something that is not East-Coast. A cross-country trek every now-and-then is fine, but it is challenging to gain buy-in from my other half
  • Wait, you're telling me that this place called Austin is more than just a myth?

Judge away!

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Congrats on coming second Thomas!