LRRDraft #56 - Vintage Goblins

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LRRDraft #56 - Vintage Goblins

Postby Graham » 03 Jul 2014, 20:56

Graham and James try their young hands at Vintage Masters and discover that Goblins have always been powerful.
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Re: LRRDraft #56 - Vintage Goblins

Postby Volafortis » 03 Jul 2014, 22:27

Gah, watching this made me mini-rage as a cube player at the indecisiveness on Ankh of Mishra :P.

For reals though, that card is insane in anything aggressive, I've first picked it in cube many times to great effect.
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Re: LRRDraft #56 - Vintage Goblins

Postby lazylantern » 04 Jul 2014, 15:48

Is this what got you raging?
Me it was the commando that would have killed the trapper... then if the Griffin had died the trapper would have come back instead of the tusker.
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Re: LRRDraft #56 - Vintage Goblins

Postby orcishartillery » 22 Jul 2014, 20:05

Nice Goblin deck! Although the double white spells seemed like a stretch to me.

In Round 3, after your opponent cast Lightning Dragon, did you consider using Aftershock to destroy a land to prevent your opponent from paying the upkeep cost?

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