I've been playing since the Ice Age, literally, and I've seen the ebbs and flows of fun Standard formats and just awful ones. In the days of Cawblade, prior to the banning of Stoneforge Mystic and Jace, the Mind Sculptor, garnered more than 50% of the metagame. My first big tournament win was with Burning Psychatog, a simple Dimir control deck that splashed Anger for the Upheaval turn, and 6 of the top 8 also played the same deck. Does anyone remember Pickles from Time Spiral? Rebels in Masque? Siege Rhino meta? Thragtusk? And so on and so forth, for just about every Standard format. So when I hear is the Standard format is so unfun, I wonder, what is fun? The last great Standard, in my opinion, was Innistrad-Return to Ravnica. And since then we've had to deal with energy from Kaladesh, Teferi, all of Eldraine, and the Ikoria companions. And now, Mono-Green/Gruul/Temur and URx Dragons/control make up close to 50% of the meta powered by 3 main cards: Esika's Chariot, Goldspan Dragon, and Alrund's Epiphany. After those, there's also the multitude of Mono-White Aggro.
Despite being one of the last National events in the WOTF(Way of the Force) meta, Australia had some interesting results. Day 1 saw 55 players duke it out..
Hi guys, Daane here bring you another tournament report. This time it is for the 1st Store Championship in the Seattle area. As you probably know , we are at the start of the season, and this one was held on Saturday, June 30th. It was poised to be the last tournament in the OLD… Continue reading A Winning Store Championship Report From Seattle Washington
Written by Daaneskjold Hi fellow Destiny players, As some of you know, the Seattle Galactic Qualifier just took place. Overall, it was a blast, and another chance to roll dice, have fun, nab some cool swag and prove myself against some of the best players in the area. My main goal for the weekend, outside… Continue reading Tournament Report from the Galactic Qualifier At The Cascade Games Tabletop Weekend In Seattle WA
Written by Gilbert Nevils It’s been over a week since Worlds has wrapped up, and I’ve had some time to digest to my own thoughts on the event as a whole. I wasn’t sure exactly how I was gonna approach the write up per se, as personally I don’t think I’m the best or… Continue reading Buns and Guns – A Worlds 2018 Top 16 Tournament Report