PlanetWalls tries out a questionable ramp list in a Classic DE, running Veteran Explorer, Heartless Summoning, discard, and Massacre Wurm. Will it work, will it suck, or will it end up somewhere in between?
PlanetWalls pilots a surprisingly traditional-looking deck for this season’s invitational. But don’t be fooled!: This is still an episode of Playing the Unplayable.
PlanetWalls has compiled all his videos from the 2013 Winter Classic League Qualifier #2 and his successful DE showing, in which he performed well with rogue Orcish Lumberjack variants. (Also, be sure to read about how to qualify for the Classic Quarter Invitational inside; let’s fire some DEs this weekend!)
In this installment of Playing the Unplayable, PlanetWalls experiments with a Blue-Red Control list against the Classic competition. Will Hammer Mages and Magi of the Moon be a good supplement to a Frosty blue shell, or will they underwhelm in the Classic metagame?
In this new series, PlanetWalls explores affordable and enjoyable games that are easy to pick up and play between MTGO matches, or when Magic Online is temporarily down for maintenance and updates. The first game he explores is Spelunky HD, available for PC (over Steam), PSN, and XBLA.
PlanetWalls pilots the almost-playable Zur the Enchanter into the first qualifier tournament of the next Classic League season. Will Zur zap PW’s opponents with his eye beams, or will he instead make PlanetWalls feel as stupid as both of them look?
PlanetWalls pilots (another) rogue list against the Classic opposition. This time he’s bringing a fun but disruptive UWgb Wizards Aggro-Control list into the tournament to fight the evil Oath, Stax, and Affinity lists.