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After nine rounds of swiss, only eight remain. These are the Top 8 decks from the Vintage Championships! Decklist Stats Sample Hand.
Vintage is a format with not only a banned list, but also a restricted list. The banned list includes cards with things like ante and dexterity requirements that are no longer a part of Magic. The restricted list, on the other hand, means you can only play 1 copy of a restricted card in your entire deck.
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As usual, Nick Coss and all of tireless staff at Card Titan did an outstanding job organizing and running the events at Eternal Weekend, and should be commended for growing and supporting the community. The number of players for Vintage Champs called for 10 rounds of Swiss on Friday, followed by the Top 8 playoff on Sunday. After the rubble cleared from the battle, 5 Workshop Aggro decks and 3 Oath of Druids decks were left standing.
Here you will find content to help you from the kitchen table to your first GP, and everything in between. Funnily enough, due to the high concentration of artifacts in the format, Kaladesh and Aether Revolt have brought a number of cards to the table, something which a majority of sets these days fail to do. Whilst other decks exist, you typically need to be aware that these 4 decks exist.
Here are full rosters for the teams competing in Team Modern Super League, which starts on May 28 and runs for 13 weeks with Modern Horizons kicking in starting in week 3. The next Super League will be a Team Modern season, beginning a few weeks before Modern Horizons comes out and then extending through the summer. There will be 8 teams and each show will feature one bestof-7 match.
The below decks may be moved around between the tiers as new cards, trends, discoveries and interactions make certain strategies more or less competitive than they were previously. Please add to this page but do not modify existing decklists without making note of the changes. These are the cream of the crop, these strategies are the ones that are consistently winning tournaments and have no significant weaknesses or matchups that can't be won. This deck wins by playing and activating Oath of Druids, often taking advantage of Forbidden Orchard to ensure that the opponent has at least one creature in play.