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Recent News - last updated May 16, 2002 Submit News
US Nationals 05-16-2002 01:58 PM
US Nationals, often referred to as to as the toughest tournament on the Magic calendar, is over, and we've got a new champion: Eugene Harvey! This is Harvey's second consecutive year on the US team at Worlds. Could Harvey be making Nationals "his" tournament?

Eighth Edition and You 05-16-2002 07:54 AM
Wizards of the Coast is now allowing the public to make some choices for Eighth Edition. That's right, kiddies, we get to vote on what makes it into Eighth Edition! Well, sort of. Wizards is allowing the public to vote on certain card and art choices. Check it out here.

Koen: Beyond Dominia Champion 05-16-2002 07:48 AM
In what seemed like a tournament with no end in sight, the Beyond Dominia Tournament of Champions 5 has finally concluded. When the dust had settled, Koen had defeated Smmenen to claim the crown. Yes, it was Type One, but who would have expected Call of the Herd to be one of the difference makers?

Feature Articles - last updated June 29, 2003 Submit an Article
Type 1 Tech: Yet Another 1st Place Finish for ABM
- by David Kwon
    C&J Collectables in Newark, California, hosts a type 1 tournament every Thursday night at 6:30. Recently, we have been getting very good turnouts of 20+ people attending, with perhaps about 1/2 of the field having some kind of power, and about 1/3 of the field being fully powered. The number of people in attendance, the strength of the players there, and the variety of decks represented all makes this an excellent place for type 1.

Type 1 Tech: A Tournament Report from Newark, CA
- by David Kwon
    For the second week in a row, Dave makes it to the final match with a deck of his own design. The card choices may be controversial, but so far the play results have been holding their own. If you're at all interested in competitive Type 1, his deck and report are worth a look.

A Woman's Touch: Enchantress
- by Dawn Lorne
    The Tome is fast becoming THE place for post-rotation Extended. Dawn discusses Enchantress in the new environment. Isn't it great to have Gaea's Cradle be useful in Extended again?

The New Extended: Part One
- by Ted Slone
    Ted takes a look at a number of the more popular post-rotation Extended decks, covering everything from The Rock to Suicide Oath. A great article for finding a starting point for the new format.
Deck of the Moment
Peter Jesuale, Star Spangled Slaughter

Maindeck:
2 Adarkar Wastes
3 Battlefield Forge
1 City of Brass
4 Coastal Tower
3 Island
6 Mountain
3 Plains
3 Shivan Reef
1 Skycloud Expanse

4 Flametongue Kavu
4 Goblin Legionnaires
4 Lightning Angel
4 Meddling Mage

3 Fact or Fiction
4 Fire/Ice
1 Goblin Trenches
3 Prophetic Bolt
4 Repulse
4 Urza's Rage

Sideboard:
1 Aegis of Honor
2 Counterspell
2 Disenchant
4 Gainsay
1 Hibernation
2 Obliterate
3 Tsabo's Web

 

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The Sideboard 12-11-2001 06:52 PM
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