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Beyond Dominia: Casual and Beginner's Advice Mill: Post your favorite MTGNews quotes

By dubya on Thursday, October 11, 2001 - 10:28 am:


Nightwind would be a good sb card against keeper because it flies over moat and its untargetable by abyss.

By JP 'Polluted' Meyer, the Archivist (Jpmeyer) on Thursday, October 11, 2001 - 01:13 pm:

Well, nothing at MTGnews can beat the venerable "Why don't your play 4 Mox Sapphire?" at Phyrexia, but I'll give it a shot.


hmm, i havnt seen zoo in type 1 before, in type 2 its more like a zoo, hippos, mongeese, birds...


and don't say tha fleshreaver.dec is mine!!! Nowadays peeps get hanged for plaugarism (izat how you spell it) cuz of this recent primer thingy.

fleshreaver.dec belongs to JP "polluted" Meyer


What? Since Berserk got unrestricted this deck can frequently second turn kill.





Umm this deck you call stacker2 is what normal people call red tubbies. Its tubbies not stacker2.

By Zherbus (Zherbus) on Friday, October 12, 2001 - 10:56 am:

I dont know how to use that little quote thing but:

Black and white are in NO means worse than mono black in T1, and can be better.

By AtariWannabee on Saturday, October 13, 2001 - 03:13 pm:


I dunno about rakso, but IMO Keeper is the best deck, and BBS is second.

All decktypes are pretty brainless, I think. Even Keeper, which is probably the deck that requires the most thought. Even though you have to think about stuff, it's not that hard when the deck is a pile of 40 or so broken cards plus land. Actually, Parfait might require more thought than's close


That's called jumping to conclusions. Actually I HAVE played both, and they both have a basically narrow-minded approach to the game. If a person can correctly claim that their deck requires a lot of thought, that means it's not consistent and it won't become a succesful T1 deck. That's why no T1 deck (which implies being succesful) will ever require much thought.


Fine, regardless of how you came to your conclusion, it was wrong. And assuming that when someone disagrees with you on a deck that then they haven't played it is not called gauging peoples' comments. Besides, it's only possible to figure out someone's experience and skill level if you have more experience or higher skill level than them...


You sure are modest, rakso. You actually think you have more experience and skill than everyone on these boards...

By upror on Saturday, October 13, 2001 - 09:35 pm:

lol at that last one

By Magimaster on Sunday, October 14, 2001 - 01:14 am:

Hey one of those quotes is mine!!

it's the one about fleshreaver.dec

oh well, no biggie.

By Zherbus (Zherbus) on Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 09:51 am:

[QUOTE][i]Originally posted by darkdessertion [/i]
[B]me and a friend played in a teams tournament and won with him playing IBC W/B/U and me playing elfball. It was great. We played against a sligh/blue control team and a elfball/ww team. Those were the only difficult teams there. You can play Type 2 competitivly in Type 1, it just matters on your skill. The fun in Magic lies in the skill it takes to play, build a deck, and win. [/B][/QUOTE]

By Liquefactive Necrosis on Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 02:16 pm:

OK y'all, I am fairly inept when it comes to computer software-related stuff. How do you "quote" somebody and make it appear in the fashion of dubya, JP, and Atariwannabee?

By JP 'Polluted' Meyer, the Archivist (Jpmeyer) on Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 02:54 pm: has the formatting codes.

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