July 8, 2020 posted by

With the last PTQ of the season upon me I was craving a win. We have cards that want to be aggressive like Ordeal of Heliod and Dauntless Onslaught , but then cards that want to have the game drag out like Horizon Scholar and Shipbreaker Kraken. Disclaimer of Liability; Certain Risks Sponsors, and any of their respective parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, directors, officers, professional advisors, employees and agencies will not be responsible for: While another PTQ season comes to a close a new one is just around the corner. I need to be better. So, if we want to play in all of the Monthlies, we have to grind 70 QPs per month.

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Magic Online Pro Tour Born of the Gods Qualifiers

Of course I would never have known of this type of deck unless I had spent so much time drafting every possible thing out seasno. But I’m surprised that “splashing Daxos is obvious”. That gives us another removal spell, a solid finisher, and an evasive creature respectively.

It’s exactly what my deck was trying to do: Part of this is because these people are just smart, sure. The two that stand out the most are far and away the Whip of Erebos and the Shipbreaker Kraken on power level. Minors will not be able to register or play unless we receive a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.


I would say these are harder than your average PTQ.

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I had zero destroy enchantment spells in the entire pool, ouch. One thing I know for sure though: Players must have a signed waiver and consent form to compete in the Pro Tour Born of the Gods Challenge.

This UW deck however is lacking a number of things.

The Gathering set or expansion available in Magic Online at the time of the event. While I was eliminated from the tournament the two buddies I had played round three and four made it to the Top 8. Ob Nixilis Duel Decks: Along with the usual Christmas activities and a much needed vacation to Orlando and its plethora of amusement parks.

Relics From the Vault: I have no data on how large sexled first two tournaments were, but I assume they were huge. Having access to double Burnished Hart and an Unknown Shores would give me the red I needed with only one mountain and still have a reasonable shot of getting it. Minors must have a parent or guardian’s signature on these forms.

Grand Prix Atlanta If, in the sole judgment of Wizards of the Coast and its representatives, a therros error, tournament or rules bug, or other issue has significantly compromised the integrity of the event, Wizards of the Coast retains the right to modify the tournament structure as needed to maintain as fair and competitive an experience as possible for all players. Bring these forms with you to registration. In doing so I had found which decks where generally the best and which archetypes struggled against each other.

That makes it about the same size as a small Grand Prix, and the Top 8 will likely consist of one and seven s.

There were days within four to five hours I had played six to seven sealed events. I would probably cut the Steam Augury for it since it’s a card I would also most likely cast in the later stages of a game.


This is the End: the Last PTQ of the Season

They treat it as a job and although I’m fully aware not everyone can do the same I try my best to act the same way. In either of the above cases, the booster pack prizes will not pass down to the next player.

The PTQ Finals themselves are pretty large tournaments. All set for the finishing blow when a top decked Griptide is just enough to seal my fate out of the event. Standard Format Weekly Super Sellers: The first thing I always check, just to see if I can get any initial direction, is my rares. But, at least you get two invites for all your troubles.

As such, it is difficult to find large scale hteros that appeal to me outside of pre-release and release events.

Would it make any sense for me to attend the PTQ anyway? UB does seem obvious for that pool, since everything else is clearly unplayable. As you can see in the initial look there are a whole lot of white and blue cards.

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