Bryant Cook providing an update on The EPIC Storm (v5.6) after Star City Games: Baltimore, MD. Read More »
Bryant Cook providing an update on his Modern list after Star City Games: Syracuse. Read More »
Bryant Cook providing an update on his list after Grand Prix: Richmond. Read More »
Bryant Cook providing an update on his list after his SCG: Open Series win. Read More »
Confidence is important.
It sounds a bit silly, right? But I'm a firm believer in that it's a critical part of the game that doesn't get enough conversation. While the majority of this article will loosely be storm-based, I think there's something everyone can take away from this. The main point would be, be confident in your decisions.
I'm not saying to be cocky, arrogant, or too proud to admit your choices Read More »
Bryant Cook providing an update on v4.2 Read More »
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Over the last few weeks I've played in three large Legacy events, this has caused me to question some slots in the deck. Below you can find my thoughts on these questionable slots and possible directions to where The EPIC Storm should be going.
Eternal Weekend - Deck List (v3.3)
4 Infernal Tutor
3 Burning Wish
1 Empty the Warrens
1 Ad Nauseam
4 Gitaxian Read More »
Hey everyone! Here to provide some insight on some of the deck changes over the last few months. If you follow my spreadsheet you'll know that I test different things quite frequently, always trying to find the best list for the metagame. Since I track deck versions and all of the information is public, I receive a lot of messages and emails asking about things I am trying.
I don't answer Read More »
I am always trying to find a way to innovate and make The EPIC Storm a better deck, it never ends. I mentioned at the end of my Grand Prix: Louisville article that I felt the deck needed to move the Bayou from the main deck to the sideboard for increased mana stability. I had two mulligans due to the Bayou not being the fourth copy of Bloodstained Mire, other Read More »