Quote from Torpf »They should just pay for a bunch of pros to spend a weekend retreat to some house and break the format. That would be the best way to test cards for bannings/unbannings.
Quote from Spsiegel1987 »
I'm also incredibly worried, he said they were not intending to nuke the deck. Sigh. This means we still have a chance of a broken deck reoccurring with a new solution if one banned land isn't enough.
If eldrazi is still somehow oppressive after April that's going to be a big problem
Quote from GoST- »According the the @magicprotour twitter, it's 2 UW eldrazi and 1 RG eldrazi
Quote from GraveTitan15 »I often found myself struggling to brew any deck with blue and/or red because after a while I would just tell myself "I can't beat twin with this... Might as well just add it to the deck". It pigeon holes the two most popular colors in the format into one deck type.
Quote from Kovo »In fact, more often than not, when brewing, people would bring up twin to see if a deck archetype was viable. If it wasn't, then that deck archetype would die pretty much on the spot. Removing the question "What about twin?" means more decks can bubble to the surface. Buy your ghost quarters and tech edges asap, those are bound to increase in price very soon.
Quote from welcome_addiction »
I never mentioned that Control was brought down because of Twin's MU, in fact Twin was a relatively GOOD MU for control. I said however that one didn't really have any serious reason to innovate, brew, and play control, because he could play Twin.
Quote from dumpsterac1d »Here's the playlist of the coverage for the event, it'd be neat to see more coverage of the deck and how it plays, of course, pierakor's videos are great, but I'm always interested in seeing more matchups.