Welcome back to our Frozen themed series of T2 deck building strategy! Today’s article comes from perhaps the most well-known song of the movie, Let it Go!
Many years ago when I played MTG a favorite quote from one of my favorite players went something like this “There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers”. The quote comes from a guy named David Price who was given titles such as “The People’s Champion” and “The King of Beatdown”. But what does it mean?
Peter is one of my favorite people from the Bible. I feel like I can relate to him a lot as a Christian. His life illustrates the “paradox of grace”: how we are far worse than we ever dare to believe, yet far more loved than we ever hoped to imagine!
As some of you know I am SwiftxRedemption on the forums and just started playing a couple months ago. From the day I started, I have been searching for tournaments that were within driving distance. The moment I found out about the TLG event in Knoxville there was no doubt in my mind that I would be attending.
When a new set of Redemption cards is released, I like to see if I can find clever or potentially powerful combos with older Redemption cards. The constant release of new cards and the shifting of the Redemption “meta” as it adapts to trends in popular deckbuilding tends to leave a lot of once-useful cards in binders collecting dust.
This article is probably going to be one of my shorter ones, not really because I don’t have the time or energy to do a longer write-up, but more because I don’t necessarily remember the full story. After all, it was 11 years ago that the story takes place. That’s right, this edition of BaBM will take you way back: to a time before AUtO, Thaddeus, and The Garden Tomb; before the Dominant Cap and Rescue Rule; and probably, for most of you reading this, a time before you even knew there was such a thing as Redemption.
In Part 1 of this article we looked at Dominants, Lost Souls and Sites from a T2 perspective. (If you haven’t already, check out Part 1 here.) In Part 2 we will now focus on Artifacts, character/enhancement ratios and a quick word on Fortresses.
This devotion using The Redemption Bible focuses on Mary, the “mother” of Jesus (humanly speaking – in actuality he preexisted her as he is God!). Mary was a sinful human being like all people (Romans 3:23), but she also was very Christ-like at times. Let’s see how!
As a blast from the past, today we’d like to direct you to an old article that was posted on the Cactus Game Design message boards. Take a walk with us through the development of the Judges support angels as they were printed in the 2011 RoA tin.
Back to the Drawing Board
When we last left the chumps, they had been overwhelmed by some of the offenses they faced at the T2 Only. But while the overall performance at the T2 Only was somewhat of a disappointment I did learn some valuable lessons there.