lördag 30 augusti 2014

Bantam-Geddon at Eternal Central

I've got some sweet pictures and new decks-to-beat from the tournament at Playoteket in Scania. I'll post them soon, but first, I'd like to give a quick shout out to Jason Jaco from Chicago. Old School Magic have grown quite a bit during the last year, and groups of veteran players have begun to explore the origins of Magic again in different areas scattered across the globe. Yesterday, the first Old School article by Jaco was posted at Eternal Central. The "Chicago house rules" allows unrestricted Strip Mine, and the article is a sweet deck tech about UWG Ehrnamgeddon with 4-off Strips. Check it out!

http://www.eternalcentral.com/9394bantamgeddon/
Introducing & Explaining Bantam-Geddon
As a side note, it took me about a week before I got annoyed by the ad banners I put up. During that time, I got about $5 from them, but in order to make ads generate any money, apparently you have to make them really intrusive. I removed them again, as I felt ads aren't in the spirit of the blog. If you want to give extra support to the format or this blog, you can do it by e.g. giving out random prizes to nice players at tournaments, or writing some short reports to post here or at Eternal Central instead ;) Also, here's a sweet deck with Shivan Dragons and Spirit Links:

Played by Macensi at BSK 2013. Bonus points for playing Flashfires in the sideboard :D

6 kommentarer:

  1. put a paypal donate button on the page. Less intrusive, more money

    SvaraRadera
  2. mg: Is the R/W deck Macensi's from BSK last year?

    /axelsson

    SvaraRadera
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    1. That is very possible! It is from BSK 2013, but I'm actually not sure who played it (hence the lack of cred to the player in the post). I recently found a folder with nameless BSK 2013 pictures, and I felt I needed to share this deck :)

      Radera
  3. I am 100% Sure it is mine :) Feldons in the side...

    SvaraRadera
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    1. Sweet deck! I added credit to you in the image text.

      Radera
  4. Really enjoyable article MG! Keep up the good work :-)

    SvaraRadera