Game #237: Tishana, Voice of Thunder

Game #237: Tishana, Voice of Thunder or Kumena
Date: 2018-01-30
Location: Red Castle Games, Portland OR
Vs. Lazav; Etali; Trostani
Result:   Fun Loss

Due to Backlog, and temporal distance, these recaps will be brief.

Recap: From my notes, it looked like a lot of stuff happened. From my memory, I remember it was a fun game, with some crazy Fogs, and tons of tricks. Notes say I lost by 1 point due to a tapping mistake.

About the deck https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/thunderfish-of-ixalan/

Merfolk tribal, Block Constructed (with a few lands to help), either fish can be the boss.

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Game #236: Elenda, the Dusk Rose

Game #236: Elenda, the Dusk Rose (or Vona, Butcher of Magan)
Date: 2018-01-30
Location: Red Castle Games, Portland OR
Vs. Glissa; Etali; Talrand
Result:   Unfun Loss

Due to Backlog, and temporal distance, these recaps will be brief.

Recap: Glissa scooped to a ruination, Talrand had a long Doubling Cube turn. I played some Vampires, but everyone died to Paradox Engine

About the Deck https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/knight-of-vampires/

Vampire Tribal, Ixalan Block Constructed (with some land fixing help). Either Elenda or Vona can be the boss. Though when I build an Elenda deck, Vona will get this one.

Game #235: Admiral Beckett Brass

Game #235: Admiral Beckett Brass
Date: 2017-10-17
Location: Red Castle Games, Portland OR
Vs. Talrand; Edgar Markov; Gonti
Result:   Fun Loss

Due to Backlog, and temporal distance, these recaps will be brief.

Recap: Gonti did some crazy thing. I could never get Beckett to stick on the table, but Pirates are fun

About the Deck: https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/pirates-who-dont-do-anything/

Pirate Tribal, Ixalan Block Constructed (except for a few mana fixing lands)

Game #234: Gishath, Sun’s Avatar

Game #234: Gishath, Sun’s Avatar
Date: 2017-10-17
Location: Red Castle Games, Portland OR
Vs. Niv-Mizzet; yidris
Result:   Fun Loss

Due to Backlog, and temporal distance, these recaps will be brief.

Recap: I cast Gishath twice, and had a big board, but a Blasphemous Act did us in. It was a fun game.

About the Deck https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/dinocerous/

This is Dino-tribal and basically IxalanBlock Constructed (with a few color fixing land exceptions)

Game #111: Sek’Kuar the Deathkeeper

Game #111: Sek’Kuar the Deathkeeper
Date:2014-02-07
Location: Friend’s House in Baltimore
Vs. Kazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs
Result: neutral Loss

Sek'Kuar, Deathkeeper, Magic, ColdsnapvsKazuul, Tyrant of the Cliffs, Magic, Worldwake

Disappointed with the previous game, I pulled out another deck that I wasn’t too excited to play (but needed to get through). I started out with 5 (snow) Lands, Orcish Lumbjerack, sextant and a Balduvian Warlord. Kazuul ramped and eventually had a Furnace of Rath and a Moonveil Dragon (Which I was able to Kill via Stalking Yeti, thanks to the Furnace). I tried some tricks trying to force blocks because I had a venomous breath in hand, but instead just died to Ancient Hellkite pinging everything to death.

About the Deck (tappedout someday)
This deck is Ice Age Block Constructed (Ice Age-Alliances-Coldsnap) because I felt like it. All the lands are snow. There are some decent cards in it, but a lot of filler as well, and it doesn’t have fantastic Synergy. Sometimes I really want to play it, but not often. It was more of an experiment.