TOP 8 DECKLISTS

Posted in Event Coverage on February 19, 2017

By Ray “blisterguy” Walkinshaw

First we made 966 players fight it out to see who could make Day 2 and 285 players managed that. But then we made those 285 keep going, and after 15 long, brutal rounds of Modern combat, we were down to just 8 players. Between those 8 were 7 different deck archetypes, which you'd think would cover the breadth of the Modern Metagame, but it's really only brushing the surface. Apparently you can play almost anything you like in this format, as long as what you're doing is powerful, difficult to interact with, and fast enough to keep up with everyone else.

Lee Shi Tian's Dredge – Top 8, Grand Prix Brisbane 2017

Oliver Oks' Lantern Control – Top 8, Grand Prix Brisbane 2017

Chris Grimshaw's Affinity – Top 8, Grand Prix Brisbane 2017

Zen Takahashi's Dredge – Top 8, Grand Prix Brisbane 2017

Tetsu Kawaguchi's White-Red Nahiri Control – Top 8, Grand Prix Brisbane 2017

Timothy Cheng's Living End – Top 8, Grand Prix Brisbane 2017

Sean Hume's Black-Green Tron – Top 8, Grand Prix Brisbane 2017

James Larsen-Scott's Abzan – Top 8, Grand Prix Brisbane 2017

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