On this edition of Budget to Tiered, we’re walking through the first step of playing with Force of Will in Legacy: Burn to UR Delver.
You’re heading to GP Melbourne – congratulations!
First off, a moment for those who couldn’t get the weekend off / got called into work / had prior commitments planned that just don’t give the feels that a GP weekend provides. Unlike Dan Lanthier cheating on camera [twice?! Come on mate] there will be more Grand Prix experiences in the near future.
You may have heard of Queensland as home of the Great Barrier Reef – two thousand kilometres of what is undoubtedly natural beauty at its finest. You may have sunk a XXXX tinny and wondered where that precious taste of froth came from (I’ll give you a hint – Queensland). You may have even heard of our State of Origin team that went 8 series in a row – no dingo is taking that baby away from us. But now we’re just getting off topic.
In the last month, WotC made it very clear of the direction they want to take with Magic: the Gathering. MTG Arena is in open beta with the marketing and promotion of some kind of new sliced bread factory, proving the casual audience is where money is best spent. At least, that’s what I thought up until today.
Legacy is a fast format, full of complicated situations, barred by an expensive price tag. But what if I told you that it was affordable?
This may be the first time you are hearing this and I’m sorry you have to hear it from me, but cards on the Reserve List are E X P E N S I V E. Eternal players and collectors alike are divided on what the future of what Magic should look like but no matter what your stance, Mark Rosewater’s unyielding conviction proves that the RL is not going away any time soon. Continue reading “Lazy Sunday Legacy – Ballin’ on a Budget”