Decklists: 9th-32nd

Posted in Event Coverage on March 12, 2017

By Tobi Henke

While the Top 8 was neatly split between Four-Color Copy Cat and Mardu Ballista/Vehicles one didn't need to look much further to find some variety among the Standard archetypes which did well at Grand Prix Barcelona.

Marc Tobiasch's Temur Marvel, 9th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Hugo Diniz's Four-Color Copy Cat, 10th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Matti Kuisma's Temur Marvel, 11th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017



Arnau Aris's Mardu Ballista/Vehicles, 12th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Raul Avila's Mardu Ballista, 13th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Mike Hofmann's Black-Green Energy, 14th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Juan Carlos Adebo Diaz's Mardu Ballista, 15th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Paulo Pinto's Mardu Ballista/Vehicles, 16th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Daniel Roberts's Temur Marvel, 17th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Alvaro Nicosia's Mardu Ballista, 18th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Sideboard (15)
1 Archangel Avacyn 3 Oath of Chandra 2 Oath of Liliana 2 Anguished Unmaking 2 Chandra, Torch of Defiance 2 Nahiri, the Harbinger 2 Authority of the Consul 1 Ob Nixilis, Reignited

Jon Hopkins' Black-Green Energy, 19th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Toru Inoue's Black-Red Eldrazi, 20th at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Adrian Ramiro Cano's Black-Green Delirium, 21st at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Aurelio Ballestero's Mardu Ballista, 22nd at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017

Alberto Mena's Four-Color Copy Cat, 23rd at Grand Prix Barcelona 2017