The London Mulligan – Legacy Edition!

Hello everyone! I know it’s been a bit since I’ve written an article, but such is the life of a student. The biggest development for Legacy over the past few weeks was the introduction of a new mulligan rule. The new rule, called the London Mulligan as it will be tested at the Mythic Championship in London, changes mulliganing in a big way. Unlike the Vancouver mulligan, where you draw one less card for each successive mulligan, the London mulligan allows you to redraw a full seven! That’s right, seven! When you are done mulliganing, you return X cards from

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Blade-Town

Hello, my name is David King and I am a new Legacy content writer here at Strictly Average. I have played Magic off and on since 1995, and really got back into the game with Return to Ravnica. After boring of Standard, I found Legacy and have not looked back. For my first article, I decided to focus on a deck I have played almost exclusively in Legacy, U/W Stoneblade. Stoneblade is really a fair deck by Legacy standards. Its main win condition is to stick an unfair piece of equipment, such as or , attach to a creature like

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Strictly Eternal 101 – Building a Vine Up and Down

Howdy folks! It’s Joe again with another edition of Jack and the Beanstalk: Jack Strikes Back! Or rather, a little Legacy content to whet your proverbial whistle. Unfortunately this week we do not have any video content for you guys. Things have been nutty for me as of late, so I just have not had any real time to record the video and get it done. Video stuff is super time consuming, so hopefully we can get back to this for future articles. That being said, this week we are taking a look at the concept of building and tuning an

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Strictly Eternal 101 – So Wait, You Wanted to Play Magic?

Howdy folks! It’s Joe again and we’re here with a look into Solitaire: The Early Years Before Things Got Weird. Or rather, a little Legacy! This week we’re diving into a deck that has been a long-time deck in the Legacy format, but is only just now getting back into the swing of things with and gone, due to the fact that is also seeing less play. This deck does one of my favorite things in all of Magic in that it draws cards. And I mean lots and lots of cards. It does this under the pretense that your opponent likely isn’t

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