Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Friday night schedule.

So the game-plan is to draft this Friday, gonna be three Mirrodin Beseiged, as it was for the launch party. Last time I merely drafted UW flying for a second place finish, making me pumped for Friday.

I ended up taking Hero of Bladehold as my first pick from the prize pile, but unsure if that was the right choice. I think in the current meta I'm looking to get into a heavy mono white deck, and really shine through with midrange powerhouses.

That or GW midrange with answers. I've always loved GW. Will report back once I get my Type 2 deck up and running.

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  1. lol I didn't understand any of that! But I am interested, I think I'll follow....

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  2. GW? Is this a game? What are you talking about.

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  3. Sure is! It's Magic the Gathering, probably one of the most popular Trading card games ou there, and definitely the most skill-intensive and professional ones. http://www.wizards.com/Magic/Multiverse/

    GW stands for Green/White.

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  4. never got into magic really, but have tons of friends who are.

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  5. my deck consists of Black, green and artifacts, super powerful, but I stopped playing (seriously) ages ago, (around 5th edition) I still love it when i get a chance to whip the old desk out and play my Lotus, always gets a great reaction!

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  6. Argh, don't know if I can read this, making me want to play again. last time I played was in the standard Odyssey block constructed, U,B psychatog for life son! You play MTGO?

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  7. OK. Magic the Gathering. I was one of the first to play this, some 25 years ago. Stopped playing though. Following!

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  8. yeah I've never really got into magic the gathering, but it sounds interesting. Following. Good luck! :D

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  9. Looking forward to hearing about your type 2 deck

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  10. I played MtG from Fallen Empires to Morningtide. I used to play FNM every week too, but I eventually quit that as well.

    While I enjoyed playing competitively, I also loved the storyline (I own every book) -- so this whole Mirrodin thing with the return of Phyrexia really has my interest reperked in MtG.

    Following!

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  11. Haha, I stopped for a short period last year and recently got back into it, and the only real issue is the money. Honestly it's the best card game out there. Info on my Type 2 deck is coming soon!

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  12. sounds like a solid start to the weekend

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