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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Strictly Eternal 101 – Where Lumberjacks Roam

Howdy folks! It’s Joe again and we’re here for another edition of The History of the Lumberjack: The Mountain’s Mightiest Men! Or rather, a little Legacy. This week we’re looking at a very interesting deck created by “adrieng” off the Source, called “RG Stuff” or “RG Things”! This deck is pretty insanely cool, running cards like and . The Core of the Deck As you can see, this deck is crazy fun. Ramping into a Turn 2 or off a Lumberjack is real. For that matter, so is ramping into a 20/20 off / . However, another solid fun card is

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Change! You Can Change. (The Banned & Restricted Update)

Hello everyone! I hope you all had a safe, and enjoyable 4th of July celebration here in the USA (or just had an awesome Wednesday otherwise). What a week! The last time I wrote an article I talked about how we should define The Pro Tour, and before the next one occurs this August there will definitely be a change. So let’s just rip the band-aid off, and get to it. On Monday July 2nd Wizards of the Coast banned both , and from Legacy. There were no other changes. While some braced for this impact it still caused quite

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The Banning of the Ages

Hello folks! If you’re reading this then you may or may not be totally aware of what has happened today in the Legacy format. That’s right. Deathrite Shaman and Gitaxian Probe have been banned in Legacy. For quite a while I’ve been of the mind that these cards should be removed from the format. Deathrite Shaman has proven to be a real problem with reducing diversity in the format to the point that there is simply no downside to playing DRS in any deck that supports it, which as it turns out is quite a lot. Deathrite’s power has always

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