In episode 21 of #EverydayEternal, Matt and Sam are joined by Julian Knab (@itsJulian23 on Twitter) to discuss predictions for this weekend’s Bazaar of Moxen. We expect Miracles and Team America to be the strongest contenders, with Jund as a possible spoiler deck. In our continuing discussion on Team America, we do a deck deconstruction and discuss the core of the deck and how to deal with it. This is part 2 of this week’s DOUBLE EP release! Check out part 1 here.
In episode 20 of #EverydayEternal, Matt, Sam, and Jacob spend some time analyzing the final match of SCG Seattle, featuring our previous guest, Greg Mitchell on Team America vs. David Bauman on Death and Taxes. We also delve into the spoilers for the soon to be released new set, Journey into Nyx. This is part 1 of this week’s DOUBLE EP release! Check out part 2 here.
In episode 19 of #EverydayEternal, Sean (nedleeds) makes his triumphant return and joins Matt Pavlic (sdematt) in hosting two special guests. SCG Seattle winner Greg Mitchell gives us a tournament report, and then SCG Legacy writer Carsten Kotter joins in the discussion.
Kevin Cron and Steve Menendian analyze Vintage tactics: cantrips. Also, Old School Magic, Titus Chalk’s So Do You Wear a Cape?, and Magic card prices.
In episode 18 of #EverydayEternal, Sam (@thecravenone), Jacob (@mtgkoby), and Matt (sdematt) discuss discard as an element of Legacy Magic. The focus is on one mana targeted discard, but we also delve into some of the more popular non-targeted options as well.
For episode 19, Geoff Moes (@ThallidTosser on Twitter), Nat Moes (@GrandpaBelcher), and Josh Chapple (@joshchapple) recount their exploits at and after the most recent Team Serious Open in Columbus Ohio. As a preview, our combined record was 6-9.
In episode 17 of #EverydayEternal, Grand Prix Paris semifinalist Philipp Schönegger and Bazaar of Moxen 2013 champion Julian Knab (@itsJulian23) chat with Matt and Jacob (@mtgkoby) about their experiences at Grand Prix Paris.
We jump around a bit, but the main focus for today is the specific choices made in Philipp’s Miracles decklist. Julian and Phillip also regale us of several stories of interesting and tight play from throughout the weekend. Philipp ensures us he’ll be playing in the next prerelease.
After downtime last month, the #EverydayEternal crew is back with lots of format news.
Additionally, a friend of the podcast has provided us with some of the much-talked-about Chinese counterfeits to take a look at. While we’ve already talked about what we think of them in general, we spend a bit of time explaining why we think, at least this print run, shouldn’t be of any concern to the average player.
Note: This podcast was recorded before the Brainstorm scandal at GP: Paris broke out. Pending the results of that investigation, I’m sure we’ll have something to say about it later.
Kevin Cron and Steve Menendian investigate Born of the Gods for Vintage. Also, how will counterfeits impact Vintage?
I know you’ve all missed us, so here we are once again. For episode 18, Geoff Moes (@ThallidTosser on Twitter), Nat Moes (@GrandpaBelcher), and Josh Chapple (@joshchapple) reconvene to talk about the January Team Serious Open, the impact of counterfeits on Vintage, and the great taste of Melt Bar & Grilled.
Harkening back to our fourth episode, we open with a brief discussion with Michael (Minileets on The Source) about his experience over the last several months with building a Legacy community from the ground up.
Matt gives us his short SCG Invitational report, and then it’s on to the year in review!
All three casters have tournament reports including Grand Prix: Washington DC, The Vancouver Legacy Classic, and StarCityGames Providence Legacy Open. We do a bit more analysis on True-Name Nemesis, including the impact on Legacy, and where we see the metagame going from here. We close out with a bit of listener feedback.
In episode 14 of #EverydayEternal, Matt Pavlic (sdematt) and and Sam Craven (@TheCravenOne) are joined by another tournament topping guest, Bob Huang (@silyaznfoo), who recently Top 16’ed both Grand Prix: DC and StarCityGames Providence Legacy Open.
All three casters have tournament reports including Grand Prix: DC, The Vancouver Legacy Classic, and StarCityGames Providence. We do a bit more analysis on True-Name Nemesis, including the impact on Legacy and where we see the metagame going from here. We close out with a bit of listener feedback.