A few words on Brandon Osborne (Control4Daze on MTGO):
Brandon began his Magic addiction on the blacktops at recess in 1994...eager for the opportunity to trade a freshly pulled dual land for a Force of Nature. Playing until 2001, Brandon had some success on the JSS with two of his favorite decks of all time, Counter Rebels and Fires (of Yavimaya). After a 14 year hiatus from the game, Brandon picked Read More »
A few words on Callum Smith (@WhiteFacesmtg):
Hailing from the land of tea and fish & chips, Callum Smith or better known as "WhiteFaces" is usually playing some kind of Brainstorm deck and especially enjoys control strategies. He has an EU Eternal Weekend T8 to his name and hopes to one day rival fellow Through The Looking Glass guests with more than one FNM win.
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A few words on Max Gilmore (@MXGonline):
Max Gilmore is a Legacy Jack-of-all-trades, but is probably best known for his eagerness to put Swords to Plowshares in the same deck as Delver of Secrets. Max is always on the lookout for the next broken thing, and works to keep himself at the forefront of Legacy innovation. His effort to stay ahead of the curve has rewarded him with high match-win percentages Read More »
A few words on Phillip Gallagher (@MangaraLock):
Phil Gallagher is a Death & Taxes (D&T) specialist, though he’s expanded his range quite a bit since he started streaming last year. He’s had a number of good finishes with D&T, including 59th at GP:Richmond and 48th at GP: Louisville. He enjoys making Legacy content, and has been involved with many cooperative projects ranging from podcasts to the Legacy Premier League. He pays Read More »
Special thanks to Patrick Schuster for his contributions to today's article.
Since the metagame has settled after the bannings of Deathrite Shaman and Gitaxian Probe, graveyard decks such as Dredge have started to become very strong in the Legacy metagame. A lot of this has to do with the newly found lack of mainboard graveyard hate with the loss of Deathrite Shaman. For this month, we brought on Dredge expert Patrick Read More »
Special thanks to Eric Landon for his contributions to today's article.
BR Reanimator is not only one of the most popular fast combo decks in today's metagame, but it is also known as one of the worst matchups for The EPIC Storm. For this month's edition of Through the Looking Glass, we brought on BR Reanimator specialist Eric Landon to share some of his wisdom of the matchup.
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Special thanks to Brian Braun-Duin for his contributions to today's article.
Grixis Control has been one of, if not the most popular deck in legacy for a while now. It's strong combination of discard spells and countermagic can be a challenge for The EPIC Storm to win through. This month we brought on platinum pro, Brian Braun-Duin, to share some of his thoughts and wisdom on what I would definitely consider Read More »
Special thanks to Ben Friedman for his contributions to today's article.
Death's Shadow has been an existing deck in legacy for quite some time now, however, it's popularity has spiked immensely since its showing at Pro Tour 25th Anniversary. For this month's edition of Through the Looking Glass, we brought on Ben Friedman to give us more insight on our matchup with what may be the best Delver deck right now.
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Special thanks to Eric Vergo for his contributions to today's article.
Since July's bannings of Deathrite Shaman and Gitaxian Probe, RUG Delver has returned as one of the most played decks in the format. With having a wide array of countermagic and mana denial, RUG Delver can be very challenging to play against, especially with the loss of Gitaxian Probe. On this month's Through the Looking Glass, we brought on Eric Read More »
Special thanks to Zac Turgeon for his contributions to today's article.
Before the bannings of Deathrite Shaman and Gitaxian Probe, Dragon Stompy was by far the most prominent prison strategy you would see in Legacy. With most fair decks having a very greedy manabase, Blood Moon was very, very good. However, I wouldn't expect to see Dragon Stompy diminish, as it is a very powerful deck. With the metagame not settling Read More »