GerryT and two friends played Grixis Control to a combined 24-5 record in the Legacy portion of the Season Three Invitational, and as far as he's concerned he's found the best deck to play in all of Legacy!
While Anthony had high hopes for the Season Three Invitational and took some big risks in order to try and capitalize on the state of the Legacy format, there are lessons to be learned even when things don't quite go your way - and those lessons can thankfully be shared.
Powerful combo decks utilizing two different combos that attack from separate angles will always give GerryT that warm fuzzy feeling, but it's especially potent when the thing joining them is a tutor that otherwise optimizes the first combo anyway.
While Adrian Sullivan won't be at the Season Three Invitational this weekend, he's highly invested in seeing how Legacy plays out at that event - join him as looks at where the format stands after the last few major tournaments to see where it might be going at the #SCGINVI!
Ross Merriam takes a look at his weekend playing Standard at the WMCQ as well as some Legacy on the side as he prepares for the Season Three Invitational this weekend!
While we're used to seeing Counterbalance only in the U/W Miracles deck, there's no reason it can't be used in other shells as well - as today's deck showcases quite neatly.
Doomsday is computationally the most difficult deck to play in all of Magic - there are just too many permutations and computations and you rarely Doomsday exactly the same way twice. So when a pilot achieves a good result with it, you should pay attention...
Legacy is always an interesting place to brew, so when GerryT saw this Eureka deck he knew it was up to something interesting and he just had to explore...
Magic Origins has greatly shifted around Standard and it's even having a strong impact on Modern as well - but does it carry any weight in Legacy as well? Gerry examines Jace, Vryn's Prodigy to potentially play for the Legacy portion of the Season Three Invitational too!
Sometimes the best thing to think about is what you should be doing at a Magic event, not what the generic "someone" should be doing. With that in mind, Anthony Lowry looks at his preparations for the Season Three Invitational!
Gerard has a few big events to plan for, including this weekend's Eternal offerings and the Season Three Invitational one week from today. He shares his thoughts - and his decklists - for all three formats as he figures out his preferences and metagame expectations for each.
With the Season Three Invitational soon to be upon us, Jim Davis takes a look at the Legacy deck he's been brewing up over the past few months in search of the perfect weapon for that event.
Looking forward to the Season Three Invitational, Carsten Kotter takes the opportunity to look backwards to #SCGDC and see just how much you can get out of the metagame data in order to better understand the current state of the Legacy format.
Ross Merriam begins his Season Three Invitational preparation by examining the current Legacy metagame, breaking down the top decks from #SCGDC this past weekend to understand the format's positioning and pick the right deck.
"So close, and yet so far." No one really likes coming in ninth place at a major tournament, but Brian Braun-Duin looks straight on at the reasons he found himself at the Edge of the Top Eight at #SCGDC.
While Ari will not be able to make it to all of the unusual events we're seeing throughout the month of August, he has some words of advice for anyone playing Team Sealed, Legacy, or Vintage in coming weeks.
Shaheen Soorani likes healthy formats, and those usually have at least some room for true control decks to thrive. But Standard, Modern and Legacy really grind his gears right now, and he's here to share why.
Todd Anderson and CVM prepare for #SCGDC this weekend by battling with two of Legacy's sweeter decks in a complicated dance of Brainstorms and beatdown tempo. Check it out!
Join Brad Nelson and Tom "The Boss" Ross as they battle Legacy to prepare for #SCGDC this weekend! The Boss has his trusty Infect deck, while Brad is giving the powerful 4-Color Delver deck a try for the first time!
Legacy is an incredibly complicated format to play, but some of the most critical decisions we have to make are almost invisible if we don't know to look for them - and know to remain vigilant across a multi-round event.