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Listening to diverse music genres, mostly melodic death metal, but also a lot of gothic rock.
No-longer married, web (different techs) programmer, and an avid player of MTG (loving the EDH format).
Loving redheads and also very long haired brunettes.
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The first and second place decklists from the second Romanian WMCQ in 2013.
First place : Andrei Baku
Second Place : Adrian Smaranda
The rest of the top8 decklists can be found here : http://www.gamesstop.ro/concursuri/2013-04-20_409
The first and second place decklists from th efirst Romanian WMCQ in 2013.
First place : Florin Buzgan
Second Place : Toma Iosifescu
The rest of the top8 decklists can be found here : http://www.gamesstop.ro/concursuri/2013-04-06_405
The WMCQ’s are organized as follows :
6th April: Gamesstop Bucharest
20th April: Gamesstop Bucharest
1st June: Le&Le Games Targu Mures
Type: Swiss + Top8 (Top4 if attendance is 9-16).
Each player will receive a Vengevine promo card.
Each top8 player will receive a custom playmat:
Other information as entry fee, qualified players, prize pools will follow shortly.
On February 23rd GameSStop will organize the second PTQ held in Romania.
As it should be expected, we already seen interest also from the comunities in Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, hence this message/post is exclusively in English.
Players who have won a Pro Tour Dragon’s Maze Qualifier may not compete in further Pro Tour Dragon’s Maze Qualifiers (including Magic Online Pro Tour Dragon’s Maze Qualifiers).
Players with a 2012-2013 Pro Tour Players Club Platinum level may not compete in Pro Tour Qualifiers (effective after May 14, 2012).
All other players may participate in Pro Tour Dragon’s Maze Qualifiers.
Bilbao GP was an adventure that i cannot forget.
I knew that the city had a Guggenheim Museum, so i booked a flight that would arrive Thursday morning so that i can visit the city.
Unfortunately, things would go a different way.
Long story short: (more…)
I recently discovered the awesomeness of this deck. So i wanted to give it a try. It is a blast in 1v1 as the opponent does not know what to expect. It is a fun deck to play in 1v1, but it is quite miserably in multiplayer. Sometimes if you are under the radar you might get some good final hits or end the misery of some players, thus snatching some kill player points.
1. You can win by pure creature attacks, as Lin Sivvi bring lots of creatures pretty fast.
Playing this deck is pretty straight forward, and the idea is to use put up an attacking force fast (using lin sivvi). Most deck will try to develop their mana during those turns and that’s why the deck has that many artifact/enchantment removal spells.