In the last episode of Simon Says, I discussed the Day 1 Draft Viewer of Pro Tour Born of the Gods. Today, it’s time to look at the Draft Viewer for Day 2, before I join another Born of the Gods draft.
Pro Tour Born of the Gods is in the books. For this episode of Simon Says, I take a look at the Day 1 Draft Viewer to analyze what we can learn from the first four picks of the competitors. After that, it’s time to draft!
Theros has three 10-card cycles of multicolor cards. These gold cards pose some of the most interesting decisions during the early picks of a draft. Born of the Gods is about to shake up the draft format, and, just like Theros, includes three multicolor cycles. Are you a risk-taker or a mono-colored conservative?
Born of the Gods is on the horizon, and many cards and mechanics have already been previewed. In this episode, I present my initial thoughts regarding tribute and inspired and what they could mean for limited play. Contains spoilers!
For the first episode of 2014, Simon Says covers the topic of playing an additional color for only a few cards, also known as “splashing” a color. Check out the opening discussion for my analysis and example decks featuring splashes. After that, it’s back to Theros drafts!
Winter holidays are in full swing, and so are the 2013 Holiday Cube drafts on MTGO. A traditional feature by now, Simon Says brings you a powered Holiday Cube draft to enjoy between all the festivities. Best wishes, see you next year!
I have a confession to make: I have been drafting a lot of black in Theros limited. Looking at my MTGO collection, it was clear that I needed to diversify my limited game. Join me as I step out of my comfort zone of control and dive into the low-curve aggro archetypes of Theros.