- Michael Nyberg
published on 4/7/2010
When it comes to the two popular lists, both decks play the same core cards. But Nassif's GP Chicago winning list is a more control heavy, blue-based, 4-color deck whereas Gonzales is more Bant.
Legacy Champs 2008: 3rd Place
- Matt Elias
published on 8/20/2008
I’m going to get the important (and unlikely) piece out of the way first: I took down 3rd place in the 2008 Legacy Champs at GenCon this weekend playing 2-Land Belcher. This is the story of events that led up to that surprising result.
Winning a Mox in a Legacy
published on 7/23/2008
Before the event, I come up with some Tops and Counterbalances and tweak my deck to this final version, which all the sudden doesn’t seem so laughable.
UGr Threshold Primer
- David Caplan
published on 2/29/2008
Threshold is what most people believe to be the best deck in the Legacy format, yet there is no universally accepted list. By being as specific as I can be, and by going very in-depth into the deck, I hope this becomes it.
The Blueprint: Beagles Eat Like Hound Dogs
- Joshua Claytor
published on 5/24/2007
Legacy is a format that allows you to do some absurd things. Everyone already knows about Hulk Flash, and how quick games could be over. Charbelcher aslo gives you a chance to win on turn one....
Legacy Metagame Part 2: Threshold Variants
- Jon Jansen
published on 2/13/2007
In the current metagame there are two different versions of thresh that have proven themselves over time. They are: Blue/Green/White (U/G/W) and Blue/Green/Red (U/G/R) Threshold.
Legacy Metagame Part 1: Vial Goblins
- Jon Jansen
published on 12/21/2006
Here's the big bad three that currently rule with an iron fist in Legacy: Vial Goblins, Solidarity and Threshold. Let's look over the common decklist used in the first of these three and see what the general strategy is....
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