Vintage Cube Archetypes #2. Green Ramp
Hello everyone. Today I’m bringing you guys part 2 in my Vintage Cube overview. Today we are looking at the green ramp archetype.
If you missed part 1 of this series you can find it here:
The green ramp deck is one of the most fun decks to play in Vintage Cube. Slamming fatties and making massive amounts of mana is very fun for a lot of people. So without further ado lets take a look at it.
Vintage Cube: Archetypes #1. Splinter Twin.
How’s it going everyone? Today I am going to be bringing you guys the first article in a series breaking down Vintage cube.
We are going to dig deep into what I believe is the greatest format in MTG. We are going to start this series by looking at the many different types of deck you can draft in this cube.
Here is my games record spreadsheet:
This spreadsheet will make it a lot easier for you to keep track of the games you have played and it will automatically work out a lot of your win rates.
This article will explain how to use the spreadsheet and show you what parts to edit and what parts to leave alone.
Death’s Shadow Analysis
Death’s Shadow Aggro is a very powerful deck that is also a blast to play.
Death’s Shadow has great game against everything in Modern and as a result it is one of the most popular decks in the Modern format.
This article will break down the numbers that I have collected after 305 games played with Death’s Shadow Aggro. Continue reading
DEATH’S SHADOW AGGRO OVERVIEW
Welcome to my guide on the basics of the Modern Deck Death’s Shadow Jund (DSJ), commonly referred to as Death’s Shadow Aggro (DSA).
Note: For the purpose of this guide I will often call the deck Death’s Shadow Aggro or DSA for short.
This guide is aimed at people who have little to no experience with Death’s Shadow Aggro and are looking to get a grounding of the basic functions of how Death’s Shadow Aggro functions.
What is Pauper?
Pauper is a popular constructed format that officially, is only played on Magic: The Gathering Online (MTGO). That said Paper Pauper communities exist around the world and there are frequent Paper Pauper events and tournaments.
Pauper is an eternal format. The cards do not rotate out of the format and it uses cards from every set and product released on MTGO.
What makes Pauper very different from other eternal formats is that the only cards that are legal are cards that have been printed at the common rarity. No mythics, no rares, no uncommons are permitted to be used in Pauper.