Paris Dragonstorm

Posted in Feature on February 8, 2011

By Wizards of the Coast

Makihito Mihara's Paris Dragonstorm

The 2006 Magic: The Gathering World Championships were held in Paris, France. The winner? Japan's Makihito Mihara, who took the top slot against native son Gabriel Nassif in the Finals. Mihara's innovative Dragonstorm list used Time Spiral charge lands to power Gigadrowse, giving the pro an almost unbeatable advantage against control decks of the era. The Pro Tour is returning to Paris! Tune in to here this weekend for the Pro Tour and all the other festivities as Magic Weekend kicks of the 2011 season in Paris!

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