they choose the card, so the first triggers are all just going to hit counterspells, removal with no target, etc until those cards are gone.
To clarify, the player that is randomly chosen is the one that chooses the card. 50% of the time, that's going to be you choosing good cards from your graveyard. The other 50% of the time, it's going to be your opponent choosing bad cards.
Need details so I can book my flights
It's an entire 80 days out and you want details!? What are you, some kinda planner!? /s
12 players competed in Vintage at Rudz today. Check out the results!"
- Sam C - Jund
- Nick P - Grixis Painter
- Tim E - UG Merfolk (Decklist missing)
- Aaron B - Dredge
- Keith S - Two Card Monte
- Stephen R - Grixis Walkers
- Stephen B - Jeskai Mentor
- Chad M - Mono Blue Antiquities War
- Ben W - Ravager Shops
- Ben K - BUG Fish
- Ashby G - Merfolk
- Karttik P - Oath
Force of Negation on Cindervintes while Elvish Sprit Guide is in play. This format is great.
Deluge on 8 to kill a Goyf
Date: August 3, 2019
Location: Rudyard's British Pub 2010 Waugh Dr
Houston, Texas, 77006 [MAP]
Registration Time: 11:30 AM
Event Begins: 12:00 PM
Entry Fee: $0
Payout: 100% of entry fees to first place!
Proxy limit: Unlimited proxy
Proxy rules: Don't make us need to make a proxy rule!
Decklists are required. We do not perform deck checks but we want lists so we can post them. Have bad handwriting? Use the decklist generator here! Please don't put anything on your decklist that you don't want to be seen publicly as your decklist may be scanned and uploaded in full.
You may also email your decklist as plain text to sam at lonestarlhurgoyfs dot com the day of the tournament.
It would be greatly appreciated if your decklist was filled out and ready before our scheduled start time of 12 PM
Another point toward affordable old school is the cards you already have for other formats. After accounting for things I already owned, I just bought all the things I need for my new OS deck for $110 - and that's including upgrading some things to more aesthetically pleasing versions. And of that $110, $40 was cards I was already planning on buying for non-OS reasons.
FWIW, this is a thing I really like about Middle School. If you play Legacy (and to a lesser extent, Vintage), you have the majority, by cost, of at least one and probably several decks.
Despite the energy and organization that have defined the format in the past few years, Austin does not have a centralized Old School scene. With that, I’ve found that local players have many misconceptions about Old School. The biggest one, invariably, is the cost of building a deck. As we’ve just announced our second non-proxy event of the year – the Summer of 94 – we wanted to help prospective and skeptical players come and join us for a day of fun and old cardboard. To do that, I’m writing this article to help new players put a deck together without buying Power, Duals, etc.
- Bryan Hockey - GW Enchantress
- Michael O'Mally - Jund Aggro
- Ben Kendrick - Pandeburst
- Robert Wyatt - Sexy Rector
- Tim Everett - Stiflestill
- Nick Olin - Red Deck Wins
- Patrick Vincent - Rebirth
- Brian Tweedy - Turbolands (No decklist)
- David London - GU Enchantress
- Jacob Baltz - UW Control (No decklist)
- Tri Nguyen - Trix
- Stu Ziarnik - Urza's Saga Special Delivery Preconstructed Deck
- Sam Craven - 4C Madness
- Curt Christianson - UR Stiflenought
- Joseph Amaya - Landstill Tokens
- Nathan Golia - UB Psychatog
Our participation trophies:
Charity event at the