MTGA Events deck guides and writeups

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ARTISAN_UR-Wizards
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29 Dec by MTGArtisansCorner

This is an ARTISAN (uncommon/common only) deck I put together, because I wanted to flesh out some draft signature cards in Magic: The Gathering. In the set Zendikar Rising we have the card Umara Mystic, that cares about Wizards, Instants and Sorceries. I wanted to do something with my cardboard a...

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ARTISAN_UB-Rogues
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17 Dec by MTGArtisansCorner

This is an ARTISAN (uncommon/common only) deck I put together, because I wanted to flesh out some underutilized cards in Magic: The Gathering. In the set Zendikar Rising we have the card Soaring Thought-Thief with “flash”, “flying” and “mill” and I wanted to do something with my cardboard at home...

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ARTISAN_WB-Clerics
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17 Dec by MTGArtisansCorner

This is an ARTISAN (uncommon/common only) deck I put together, because I wanted to flesh out some underutilized cards in Magic: The Gathering. In the set Zendikar Rising the card Cleric of Life's Bond cares about Clerics and gaining life and I wanted to do something with my cardboard at home. Thu...

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Zombie's Vicious Cycle - Hist. Artisan
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30 Jul by TailTorcher

This deck was based on the deck Zombie's Vicious Cycle - Hist. Artisan by thisismatticus

 

This is a draft of an artisan zombies deck I am probably going to try out in the artisan...

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Zombie's Vicious Cycle - Hist. Artisan
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22 May by thisismatticus

Gempalm Polluter

This is a draft of an artisan zombies deck I am probably going to try out in the artisan FNM event this Friday.  In  preliminary playtesting, I have found this works fairly well.  The main goal is to fill the battlefield with cheap...

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Lucky Legionnaire - Historic Artisan
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23 Dec by Arcticus

 

NAYA LUCKY LEGIONNAIRE

 

Tenth District Legionnaire Season of Growth Lucky Clover

 

Here is a deck I have put together for the Historic Artisan event that is running until ...

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Dimir Control {Pauper} 15 Wins
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01 Jun by imgrandmastercee

I played through 15 wins using the following deck list. It plays like a standard control deck. The W/L records beside the decks are after I finished my 15 wins. Hopefully this helps some people complete their 15 too.

Goal: Control the board until you kill them with Ill-Got...

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Prism
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07 May by alifromcairo01

Deckbuilding Guide: Prismatic Format – 250 card Singleton

By AlifromCairo

Let us establish the format rules.  250 card singleton deck, with at least 20 cards of each color.  Multicolored cards count toward each of the cards colors.  For example, Knight of Autumn count...

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GRN/RNA Block Orzhov Tokens
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26 Jan by Vagrant

Ah, joy of joys, my favorite format ever is back in play! I actually whetted my first real tourneys playing OG Ravnica block constructed - and now we've come full circle! So onto the decklist!

I've always been an Orzhov man. Something about unrestrained capitalism and ghost wage-slavery re...

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Nezahal's Sun Control Bo1
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29 Dec by Flinkrock

Just got Platinum (29/1-19) with this deck just 8 hours before season reset (time bug confirmed, its now 33 hours left of season 1 day later). Started the race a bit to late so Diamond is out of the question now, but I'm pleased :).

So, the goal is to make a versatile deck that stand a cha...

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Light's Shadow
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17 Dec by Wulfscar

This deck is my "go to" deck. I have always been a huge fan of White/Black Lifelink decks and this is one of my favorites - albeit not quite completed due to RNG for card pulls. It is still probably one of my best decks.

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Does UW Control work in Singleton?
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21 Jun by andreliverod

UW Control is very strong in standard, adapting it to Singletons means playing as much value cards as possible and getting in as much control and removal spells as possible, then lastly sprinkle our wincons on top of it. So we have the recipe, but how does it hold up against the playing field?