Quote from WorstBandNameEverLegacy tomorrow, 4-6-2013, in Fords, NJ at 2 pm. We have had 15+ people the past 2 or 3 weeks.
Quote from WorstBandNameEverWe had 15 players this Saturday at our local legacy event. A few new players to the shop and some regulars could not make it there.
Quote from Timothy, MimeslayerAlso, anyone who thinks that a deck is good enough to win a tournament and then chooses not to play it are being kinda dumb. If I am going to a modern grand prix and I think that infect is the best bet for me to win, I will play it. Who cares if they ban it after I won with it? Also, it isn't like infect is expensive to build.
Quote from CrumpetThe reason why infect and griselbrand decks don't win gp's is that they are easily disrupted glass cannons.
As for the cards listed above, 1, they are cards and not decks.
2: Kitty: Zoo still VERY playable.
BBE: Jund still tier 1
GSZ: still tier 1
Cloudpost: Became Tron, still tier 1-1.5
Truth is, if a deck's good, it could end up being nerfed.
Why? For the sake of fairness and equality.
Quote from CrumpetWhy shouldn't you?
Quote from PorkWhy don't you start giving away your collection? I'm sure we could all use a few of your rares. I just don't understand how people think it is okay to steal another persons property... If this was anyone they would be very upset and be trying to do what ever they can to get there hands back on there collection. Just because Eli had a pretty amazing collections get stolen doesn't mean we should all act like it was his fault and be like "Distribute the Wealth!". If you want to have an amazing collection like he has/did then shovel out some money and buy it yourself. Stop expecting free handouts. Like honestly, what has this world come to?
Quote from Sanara@ktkenshinx:
Remember that, for the turn four rule, there are two guidelines: 1) It must be consistent (how much consistent is acording to wizards) and 2) It must be top tier.
Are GV reanimator and infect top tier decks?
Quote from HomelandZecurity
Modern is by no means perfect, and I too disagree with some of WoTc's bans. Still, I think for the most part they've stuck to their guns and are working toward building the format they said they would from the get-go. If you want to play combo in Modern, than you are certainly at a risk, and that's a shame for many players. Still, if you want to invest in the format so you can play it in the future, it's pretty easy to identify which cards and decks are safe and which aren't. That was my point.
Quote from bocephusI guess we just will agree to disagree. Because I really can not understand your side of the argument. 3 cards at instant speed, who cares what the cards are, is drooled about by most Magic players. Yet you wish to discount it. It simply amazes me.