That moment when the list you thought you were putting together more or less as a silly thought experiment might just be Good
Medical adjacent Show more
Two weeks out of the hospital after *major* surgery is enough recovery time to go to a prerelease ... right??
A Brazilian Magic blogger shares stories of sexual harassment in the global Magic community.
This is why Lady Planeswalkers is so important: it's the first place I ever really felt safe playing Magic.
Wizards is doing a player survey. Tell them how you like to play Magic.
Concerned about the increased focus on digital Magic? Tell them. Unhappy with how they're handling and scheduling pro events? Tell them that too. Wondering why nobody's talking about Brawl anymore? Say so.
I don't understand how this deck is 3-0, what is happening (other than an extraordinarily unlikely pile of clutch rips)
With Magic being ported to D&D, I suddenly realized I wanted to port an older D&D mechanic into Magic. Show more
Focus Breaker - 3
Whenever a player is dealt damage, counter target spell that player controls unless that player pays X, where X is half of the damage dealt rounded down.
This deck is *complete and utter garbage* and I'm currently 4-0 with it.
It's running Junktroller, for crying out loud, and that card just won me a game against a Mill deck, as we fought over if I could get one card onto my library before my draw step. (Opponent would have won, but conceded instead ... oops.)
(Not pictured: Seven gates)
Welp, my Rakdos sealed deck won a match despite itself ... was holding back Dagger Caster and topdecked a Blade Brand while I was staring down two Knight-Arbiters at 3 life, kinda the definition of the "lucky out". Game two I was also staring down an 8/10 Incubation Druid but I'd resolved Judith and already traded my Debtors' Transport, and it turns out 2 2/1 flyers were enough of a clock.
Should probably run a different deck in the next match though.
Formats: Limited, EDH, Brawl, Standard, very sometimes Legacy
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