Quote from minxingI really like the Idea of UB Control, also Mill, I often play with friends, but they are kind of competitive, so I would like a good control and if possible milling deck. Is that possible in Legacy?
Quote from ValanarchSkyshroud Elite and Skyshroud War Beast would boost aggro and encourage monocolor.
Phyrexian Dreadnought would allow for a Modern Stiflenought deck (I tried with the Hunted creatures and Eater of Days, but they were either too expensive or weren't worth the effort).
Memory Lapse and Counterspell would both be good editions to the format.
I would love getting Unexpectadly Absent.
From the Ashes and Back to Basics would also help punish greedy manabases.
Quote from holynorthHey all -
My friend is looking to get into legacy with me for an upcoming tournament about three weeks out. I bought my legacy deck recently as singles, so we have very few extra legacy singles for him to use.
He wants to play UWR Delver eventually, but that would be around 1.7-1.8k for us to get.
Are there any decks that share some similar staples that he can get for this tournament and slowly work his way to Delver? Ideally, around 550 USD is best (ebay prices), but potentially we could spend a little more. We know merfolk shares forces and wastelands, but we were told that it isn't a very strong deck right now. Are there any other decks that will help lead to UWR delver or is this the best it's going to get?
Quote from dotmatrixI kinda agree, being ok with Entomb over Strix is a bit nanners.
Quote from TheJackel1415Hi
I have been playing magic for about 12 years now with a break during happening after Champions of Kamigawa was released I started playing again a couple months ago. I have a standard deck that I enjoy and in Modern I have messed around a bit but have settled on playing Merfolk. Legacy caught my eye because it seems much more open as a format and honestly seems more fun than modern (due to the format being defined already) and standard (due to rotation). I would really like to take a dip in the format and am torn between making my modern Merfolk into a viable legacy version or trying to make MUD because it looks like a blast to play or building goblins because my favorite deck I have played in magic was onslaught block goblins. So which deck should I play/build?
Quote from Cwilburn
What would be your recommendation? Right now I am using extra basics and shocks for the duals until I get replacements. I really appreciate the help and look forward to being a member of the legacy community.
Quote from pocketsinsideoutBat hickey : I've been trying your build with the three drop cut online and I'm enjoying cosi (got him to a 9/9 vs pod!) however I'm still finding remand underwhelming. I might try and swap out for mana leak. I'm still unsure if this build is any better than the other builds I have on the go.
Quote from BeatNo, if you would go back and read what i said you would see i said that a precon with goyf in it would make the precon the price of goyf.
Quote from BeatPeople are willing to buy goyfs now, people would be even more willing to buy them if the price dropped even slightly. Further, in a precon, stores arent just going to cut prices to move product if the product is going to move anyway, why buy only goyfs when you can buy a precon with goyf in it for the same price? The inclusion of goyf in a precon is going to make the precon the price of goyf and make it hard to find.