This series will be a continuation of what I wrote while at Jupiter Games a few years back.
Game one on the play against Omnitell:
Hand: Gitaxian Probe, Ponder, Underground Sea, Dark Ritual, Duress, Bloodstained Mire and Infernal Tutor.
Would I keep this hand? Yes.
How to play: I would start off with Gitaxian Probe. My next decision would be based off of if I was under pressure of dying on the next turn, if their Read More »
Words are running from me as the conclusion to this adventure comes near. Following this article, only one should follow; bringing with it the news of my victory or failure. With a single practice night coming next Thursday and our final tournament on Saturday night, I can feel my heartbeat racing.
We’re ending this soon.
With this shorter article, I welcome you to a realm of irony. First of all, as Read More »
The weekend begins with being let out of work early Thursday afternoon, my car already packed, I hit 81S for roughly four hours. I drive by Philadelphia and then Baltimore before arriving in Sharon Springs, DC after about six hours worth of driving. I get to Georgia avenue and my GPS says that I’m only 4 miles away from my destination, after 35 minutes, I’m there.
One of my good friends Read More »
Jordon Robbins vs. Jon Ha with Miracles at Ready to Play Trading Cards in Columbia, SC Read More »
Bryant Cook vs. Zach Koch with Infect at StarCityGames: Washington, DC Read More »
Bryant Cook vs. Jonathon Morawski with Grixis Delver at StarCityGames: Washington, DC Read More »
Bryant Cook vs. Dylan Donegan with Grixis Delver at StarCityGames: Washington, DC Read More »
Bryant Cook with Nick Miller in the Sideboard at StarCityGames: Washington, DC Read More »
Ah, tournament nights.
Those with electric sparkles in the air, with a pressure so strong it pushes everyone to their limits, aggravated by the strong winds outside? A shiver of survival where the tension is so dense it's palpable? You don't have to be in the hundreds for such a feeling. 6 players, a stormy night and an eerie house is all you need.
Preparing for the tournament, no cards showed up Read More »
There an old saying that “you gotta dance with the one that brung ya”. For me, the deck that “brung” me to Legacy was The Epic Storm. I was drawn to Legacy watching SCG Opens, back when Legacy coverage was more frequent. After seeing Tendrils of Agony resolve a few times, I knew I was going to end up playing Storm one way or another.
At that point, I had never Read More »