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  1. Storm Earth and Fire

    Magic: the Gathering Club

    I went 4-1 at the prerelease I went to, playing Selesnya. My pool had 2 Selesnya Guildgates, 1 Azorius Guildgate, 1 Hallowed Fountain, and 2 Transguild Promenade, along with a Selesnya and Azorius Keyrune, so I had my colors super fixed. I opened an Isperia to act as bomb #2. The meat of my deck...
  2. Storm Earth and Fire

    Magic: the Gathering Club

    Probably going with Selesnya at the prerelease. Haven't really been brewing new deck ideas, so I'll just see what I can add to G/W humans. Fencing Ace might be worth a shot now that we have Rancor again. Vraska looks amazing. Got the gears turning in my head over a new Junkwalkers deck (W/B/G...
  3. Storm Earth and Fire

    Magic: the Gathering Club

    You pose a good point. But then that got me thinking, since Magosi bounces itself, why not just play it twice in one turn to accelerate the process? Cards like Ley Druid let you untap it as soon as you've put a counter on.
  4. Storm Earth and Fire

    Magic: the Gathering Club

    Magosi is great because Wizards tried their hardest to make it not work, and it really doesn't except through convoluted processes. Along with all that, you need some way to play extra lands, otherwise you won't really go anywhere. Exploration is way out of your budget. Walking Atlas, perhaps...
  5. Storm Earth and Fire

    Magic: the Gathering Club

    Just note that Vintage and Legacy are both rather expensive formats to get into. (I talked a bit about my own forays into Legacy in my opening post) That is, if you want to build a deck that can actually beat someone. If you just want to mess around without having a thousand dollar collection...
  6. Storm Earth and Fire

    Magic: the Gathering Club

    Form of the Dragon was made before the revision, though. Mind you, I don't really care, because I don't think I've fully gotten over the revision myself.
  7. Storm Earth and Fire

    Magic: the Gathering Club

    Nice to see others playing Magic. I've been playing since Fifth Dawn's release, about eight years ago now. Sporting a R/G beast precon from Onslaught. I've come a long way, after Zendikar's release I began giving tournaments a shot. Casually, I don't have a lot of kitchen table decks left...
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