For the Life of every Plane, I will keep watch.
For the sake of the Multiverse, I will keep watch.
For Justice and Peace, I will keep watch.
If it means people will live in Freedom, yeah I'll keep watch.
~Oath of the Gatewatch
Hi, My name is Wallace, this is my first article write up about Magic the Gathering, the idea that brought me to write about this is from a conversation I had with my friends when they told me that Eye of Ugin and Eldrazi Temple price went up to 15USD. What? Are you crazy? But it’s really 15USD (According to last week’s price). After that my teammate found a deck list and we are going to check it out.
I have always been a big fan of Grixis decks. Grixis holds, in my opinion, three of the best colours in Magic: The Gathering. Black for the removal and hand disruption, blue for the counter magic and card draw and red for its huge damaging spells and its creatures with haste/menace. I missed the best times for Grixis plays which was during the Innistrad era; Nicol Bolas, Planeswalker, Nephalia Drownyard, and many more awesome cards that fuels the plane of Grixis. I restarted late into Return To Ravnica Block and into Theros. Grixis during this time was not all that powerful. There was always the problem with the land colours (you get colour screwed, a term we use in MTG if you cannot get your colours right, a lot) and the most prominent problem will be the lack of Life Gain. Grixis is well know for exploiting the player's life for its own benefit. Hence its greatest downfall is killing its' player with the myriad of life loss to fuel the power of the deck. During the RTR Block, I managed, with a help of a veteran player Liang Woi Lun, to create a Grixis Walker Control deck utilizing an awesome card, Corrupt, to stay alive and act as a finisher. Please see the deck list below:
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Hey guys, the Trials events for upcoming S.E.A. (Singapore) are up! We will have 3 trials with 3 different formats:
Sealed - Will be run along side Oath of the Gatewatch release party! (23 January 2016) (event page)
Standard (30 January 2016) (event page)
Modern (21 February 2016) (event page)
Winner of each trials will get ONE bye to S.E.A. event at Singapore! For more information regarding venue and prize structure kindly visit our event pages above.
Thank you, hope to see you at our trials soon!
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Hey guys~ The next set Oath of the Gatewatch is coming!
This time we will have Two-Headed Giant format as well as the usual 1v1 format!
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It has been awhile since I played a PPTQ. After my previous competitive event, the RPTQ at Bangkok, I put my focus back at Standard. I have roughly 2 weeks to prepare for the PPTQ at HQ Seri Petaling. Like I always do, I look at all the available Midrange decks out there, and I found 3 decks: Abzan, Mardu Dragons and Jund (Caleb Curward from CFB posted videos of his games playing this deck on Youtube).