The Deck That Doesn’t Die - Yamata OTK Deck Profile

The Deck That Doesn’t Die - Yamata OTK Deck Profile

by Dylan Hunt Leave a comment

July 27, 2015

Important Note: This article was posted before the official errata of Ritual of Millenia. The errata greatly changes the card, making it no longer function properly in this deck. Although still a powerful deck, this is enough to cause me to rethink a lot of design choices made in its construction.


Hello everyone. Once again I’m Dylan Hunt, this time doing a profile on a deck that has been stirring up a lot of excitement in my local community. But before I get started telling you about the deck, I need to explain the deck that inspired it. If you want to go directly to the deck, feel free to skip the next section.
   

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ARG Winter State 2018 Summary

ARG Winter State 2018 Summary

by Dylan Hunt Leave a comment

We had an incredible 32 players at our ARG state event, easily making it one of the largest ARG state events held for Force of Will this season. There was an incredible variety of deck lists, so not only will I post a list of the top 8 Decks, I will also publish the deck lists of all 32 players. Without further delay, lets dig in!


Top 8 Swiss Decklists:

1st Place: Jean-luc Mckean

 

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Force of Will GP Montreal 2nd Place Tournament Report

Force of Will GP Montreal 2nd Place Tournament Report

by Binder POS Leave a comment

April 2, 2018

Hi everyone! My name is Dylan Hunt and I came in second place at GP Montreal with Toolbox Lumia. Going into the tournament I knew that Lumia can out value other control decks from a mixture of retriggering enter abilities and a large variety of cancel spells and hand refills, so I felt very confident in my deck choice.

 

I made a few last-minute changes to the deck that paid off in the tournament. The first was swapping one of the Magic Stone of Nature’s Beauty and 1 Blasting Waves into Magic Stone of Black Silence. This was purely to cast the flip side of Flourishing Hope as my only nontargeting removal and it worked extremely well. The second change was adding two final battle to the sideboard which immediately became a very consistent side in for me.

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