Makihito Mihara, Hall of Famer

Posted in Daily Deck on August 12, 2014

By Adam Prosak

From Friday Night Magic to the Pro Tour, Adam Prosak loves all types of tournament Magic. Currently, Adam is working in R&D as a developer.

Over the course of his career, Makihito Mihara has had many impressive finishes. Mihara has made the Top 8 of the Pro Tour five times, in addition to five appearances on the Japanese national team. He was the captain of the Japanese national team that won the World Team Championship in 2011, but his crowning achievement was his World Championship title in 2006.

Makihito Mihara's Standard deck of choice was a Dragonstorm combo deck. Harnessing the power of Seething Song, Rite of Flame, and Lotus Bloom, Mihara could get to nine mana to cast a Dragonstorm with a storm count of four. Then, four Bogardan Hellkites would enter the battlefield, dealing 20 damage to the opponent. Hunted Dragon provided a backup in case more than 20 damage was needed or one of the Bogardan Hellkites were stuck in Mihara's hand.

Makihito Mihara's Dragonstorm

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