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The Top 8 Old School Decks from Cardmarket Series Paris

Event CoverageBy Elric (2020-02-24)

Mardu Good Stuff claims the trophy among thirteen players, defeating Four-Color Control in the finals. Let's take a closer look at these two and the rest of the decks that made it to the Top 8 at Cardmarket Series Paris in Old School — the most nostalgic and posh tournament format in the world.

Why You Too Should Play European Highlander

ConstructedBy Ratix (2020-01-06)

Before Commander caught on, players had already been enjoying a singleton format for years. It was named Highlander — originally for the catchphrase of the 1986 cult classic which stipulates that "There can be only one," but the format also seems to want to live forever.

A Very Nostalgic and Special Tournament Report

EntertainmentBy Elric (2019-10-15)

Here's a tale from an event unlike any other, impressions and observations about what an Old School tournament represents, the experience of community and nostalgia, featuring all-powerful cards such as Moxen, Black Lotus, Hypnotic Specter—and Fishliver Oil!

A First-Timers Look at Old School

ConstructedBy Rone (2019-08-13)

Trying a new format in Magic is one of the coolest experiences a player can have. From playing unknown cards to learning different mechanics, Rone looks at his experience at an Old School tournament. Let's break it down.

A Tribute to Juzam Djinn

EntertainmentBy Elric (2019-07-09)

Even if Juzam sees very little play outside of Old School, it remains one of the most influential cards printed in MTG history. Join Pietro as he explores the depths of this card, from its art to its flavor text to what made this one of the best creatures in Magic.

Premodern: Why Is It Becoming Popular and Where Is It Headed

ConstructedBy Elric (2018-09-25)

Premodern is an "old school" balanced format for nostalgic players but is not too expensive nor too limited when it comes to its card pool. Its future will depend on the players that it will attract, as well as the overall support it will get.

Myth & Magic: Goblins and Kobolds and Orcs, Oh My!

EntertainmentBy JohnnyCroat (2018-09-17)

Next up in the Myth & Magic series, we're going to deal with all those little (and not so little) red Bois, some of whom have made an indelible mark on the game and will likely see a resurgence once the upcoming Ravnica set rotates in. We're talking Goblins and Kobolds and Orcs, oh my!

Top 3 Decks for Legacy from Pro Tour 25

Event CoverageBy CabalTherapy (2018-08-15)

The team Pro Tour 25 in Minneapolis featured Legacy and many players had feared drastic changes to the format once the pros start working on decks. In the end, we experienced a rather average snap shot of the meta paired with some smaller surprises. In the following, I present my top three conclusions from the Pro Tour and how they will affect the near future of Legacy.

How to Beat MUD: A Vintage Tier 1 Deck for 15 Years

ConstructedBy Elric (2018-05-23)

Most archetypes in Vintage Magic have defining cards which have not changed over the years. MUD, however, has changed entirely, yet it remains as one of the decks to beat. Why is that so and how can this deck be beaten?

5 Dragons You Might Meet on the Battlefield

ConstructedBy Kumagoro (2018-03-23)

Dracarys! Despite their typical casting cost being midrange and beyond, Dragons always find a way to show up in decks of all kinds. Their current situation across the formats is not too shabby, and not just in red-based builds. Here’s a selection of the flying terrors all the cool kids are playing.

GP Madrid Aftermath: A Weekend Full of Magic

Event CoverageBy Rone (2018-03-19)

The Magic Grand Prix is the perfect excuse to spend a whole weekend enjoying our favorite hobby. Normally, the main event is what attracts most players’ attention – its coverage, Top 8 decklists, and of course, the GP winners. But there are many other things that one can have a go at aside from the competition.

A Lesson on When Not to Concede

EntertainmentBy Andifeated (2018-02-16)

There is a general consensus floating around that players should concede "unwinnable" games in order to save precious time. This article covers the benefits of playing "unwinnable" games out and how I've won a game with a mulligan to one card while my opponent had a full grip.

Amazing 2-Drops

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-10-09)

What costs two and is amazing?

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Cardmarket Decks

Legacy

3-4
CMSeries Paris 2020 - Legacy
11.02.2020
3-4
Super Magic Championship @ Milano (Italy)
14.04.2019
5-8
CMSeries Ghent 2019 - Legacy
16.04.2019
2nd
Star City Games Team Open Cincinnati
23.03.2019

Vintage

2nd
Lliga Catalana de Vintage - April Edition
06.04.2019
5-8
Knight Ware Unsanctioned Vinta @ Studio City
17.03.2019
3-4
Knight Ware Unsanctioned Vinta @ Studio City
17.03.2019
MTGO
MTGO Vintage Challenge
03.03.2019

Commander

5-8
ZAP Avril @ Palaiseau
21.04.2019
1st
Angelic Tournament Commander 8 @ Valence, France
24.02.2019
3-4
Master Zap @ Palaiseau (France)
06.01.2019
5-8
Master Zap @ Palaiseau (France)
06.01.2019

Highlander

1st
Highlander Masters Westfalen #1 Bielefeld
05.08.2018
8th
Highlander Masters Westfalen #1 Bielefeld
05.08.2018
4th
Highlander Spielraum Wien #2
26.05.2018
1st
Highlander URPIN CUP Banská Bystrica, SK
27.05.2018
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