Origins Saturday Draft Analysis

Epic Box


In this article I explain my process for building my limited deck from Origins Saturday 6/18/16. I went 3-0-2 with this deck which I believe made me the 3 seed in top 8. (I then won the first round of top 8 and lost in top 4.)


In this event, I did not like my first 60-card limited pool, so I mulliganed down to a 56-card limited pool. Unfortunately, I was too focused on the event and didn’t think to take a picture of my pre-mulligan pool.

I mulliganed my first limited pool because it wasn’t strong in any particular faction, and it didn’t have enough amazing faction-independent cards. My only regret was losing Lightning Storm which I believe is the best limited card in Epic.

After the mulligan, this was my card pool:

Origins Saturday Pool

First Pass

You are only allowed to mulligan once (down to 56-cards). If you don’t like your second pool, you are stuck with it. When I first go over my list, I look for
strong faction-independent cards (solid arrow:FactionIndependentArrow),
strong faction-dependent cards (dashed arrow: FactionDependentArrow),
strategy-dependent cards like Revolt (line:StrategyDependentLine), and
effectively unplayable cards (line through: StrikeThrough).
All cards without a mark are viable, but not incredible.

(In an actual event, it is better not to mark up the sheet aside from your actual picks.)



My only faction-dependent cards in Wild are fairly weak; I don’t have a lot of them, and the ones I do have aren’t the greatest (Hunting Raptors, Jungle Queen, and, to a lesser extent, Fire Shaman). Due to this, all of the other viable (unmarked cards) are weaker because I don’t need them for Loyalty/Ally effects.

This means that I will probably only take the most incredible, faction-independent cards out of Wild and ignore the rest.


Sage has 7 incredibly powerful faction-dependent cards. In order to reliably use these to their fullest, I would have to include a significant number of other Sage cards. Thankfully, my Sage pool is also packed with strong faction-independent cards as well.

This means that I will probably go heavy Sage in this deck.


I have a few demon/wide/token strategy-dependent cards in Evil. I could go this route, but the strategy doesn’t feel deep enough in this pool. In general, the wide strategy usually isn’t as strong either, and the rest of my cards so far don’t support the wide strategy enough.

If my Good cards heavily support a wide strategy, that is still a possibility, but, since my Sage pool is so strong and deep, it is unlikely I will go wide.


Not a lot of faction-dependent cards in Good and only some support for a wide strategy. In addition, the wide strategy support doesn’t actually synergize with the Evil wide strategy support.

Once again, I will probably just cherry pick the best faction-independent cards from this faction.


My Sage pool is by far my deepest and strongest faction. It offers me a lot of high-tempo cards which are incredible in limited/draft environments.

Second Pass

In the second pass, I weed out all of the cards that almost certainly won’t be in the deck, and I pick the cards that almost certainly will be in the deck.

  • Full strike-through for not in deck
  • Dashed strike-through for almost certainly not in deck
  • Star for in deck
  • Dashed star for almost certainly in deck
  • Arrow for probably in deck
  • Unmarked for possibly in deck


I immediately cut all non-Sage cards that rely on Loyalty or Ally triggers. (Reaper has an ally trigger, but it doesn’t need it to be worthwhile). At the same time, I set aside the most powerful faction-independent cards from my off-faction and the strong cards from my dominant faction (Sage).

At this point, I have 17 cards I will run, 6 cards I will almost certainly run, and 15 more cards I might run, 38 total. (I also have 4 more cards I could squeeze in if needed.)

Distribution Passes

To further cut down my cards I analyze my distribution of draw effects, slow effects, removal effects, 0-cost effects, and burn effects. (In my next article I will also break down the importance of establishment cards and reestablishment cards.)

Italicized cards are cards I have decided I will definitely run. Cards that were italicized in a previous section are put at the top of each sub-section (Solid Star cards for example). At the end of each section I explain my reasoning for the newly italicized cards.

Struck-through cards are removed cards. Cards that were struck-through in a previous section are put at the bottom of each sub-section. At the end of each section I explain my reasoning for the newly struck-through cards.


Adequate card draw is one of the most important aspects of a solid Epic deck. In limited, I ideally want about half my deck to have draw/recall capabilities. It is a lot less detrimental to rely on -or- draw 2 cards in limited, as opposed to constructed.

1-Cost Champions that Draw a Card (1 guaranteed, 3 possible, 4 total)
Blue Dragon
Memory Spirit

1-Cost Draw 2 and… Cards (1 guaranteed, 0 possible, 1 total)

-Or- Draw 2 Cards (2 guaranteed, 10 possible, 12 total)
Amnesia, Hasty Retreat
Lightning Strike
Mighty Blow
Deadly Raid
Lying in Wait
Final Task
Divine Judgement
Forced Exile

Recycle (1 guaranteed, 1 possible, 2 total)
Blind Faith

Recall (1 guaranteed, 0 possible, 1 total)

Miscellaneous (1 guaranteed, 1 possible, 2 total)


No Draw/Recall (11 guaranteed, 6 possible, 17 total)
Kong, Lurking Giant, Elara the Lycomancer, Helion the Dominator, Ice Drake, Steel Golem, Temporal Enforcer, Time Bender, Turn, Drain Essence, Reaper

Flame Strike
Hands from Below
Brave Squire
Gold Dragon

I only have 7 guaranteed draw/recall cards so far and 11 no draw cards. This means I don’t want to include more than 4 of the 6 possible no draw cards. At this point no new cards are for sure going into or getting removed from the deck.


Slow vs Fast Effects

Fast effects are insanely important for Epic. In general, I want my decks to stay around or below 1/3 slow cards.

Fast (11 guaranteed, 14 possible, 25 total)
Lash, Lurking Giant, Amnesia, Hasty Retreat, Helion the Dominator, Ice Drake, Muse, Temporal Enforcer, Time Bender, Drain Essence, Ceasefire

Flame Strike
Lightning Strike
Mighty Blow
Lying in Wait
Memory Spirit
Final Task
Hands from Below
Blind Faith
Brave Squire
Forced Exile

Your Turn Fast (1 guaranteed, 4 possible, 5 total)

Deadly Raid
Divine Judgement

Slow (5 guaranteed, 3 possible, 8 total)
Kong, Elara the Lyocmancer, Juggernaut, Steel Golem, Reaper

Blue Dragon
Gold Dragon

Even if I took all of my possible slow cards (and Turn), I would still have under 1/3 slow cards in my deck. So, no new italicized or struck-through cards from this section.


Removal Effects

I don’t have an approximate removal effects number that I use. I generally just try to pack as much removal into my decks as possible.

Targeted Removal (9 guaranteed, 4 possible, 13 total)
Hasty Retreat, Helion the Dominator, Temporal Enforcer, Time Bender, Drain Essence, Turn, Kong, Elara the Lycomancer, Reaper

Flame Strike
Lying in Wait
Forced Exile

Small Removal (2 guaranteed, 4 possible, 6 total)

Lightning Strike
Hands from Below
Blue Dragon

Board Clears (3 guaranteed, 0 possible, 3 total)

Divine Judgement

Miscellaneous (1 guaranteed, 1 possible, 2 total)
Memory Spirit

Blind Faith

Non-Removal (7 guaranteed, 7 possible, 14 total)
Lurking Giant, Amnesia, Ice Drake, Muse, Ceasefire, Juggernaut, Steel Golem

Mighty Blow
Final Task
Brave Squire
Deadly Raid
Gold Dragon

Board Clears are incredibly important in limited because it is easy to fall behind, so I put in all 3.

I didn’t have much small removal in my deck, so I put in Blue Dragon. Blue Dragon is also excellent because it draws a card, it is Sage, and it benefits from a heavy Sage investment.

I put in Memory Spirit at this point because I’m in Sage, and it is an excellent card that helps with all of the distribution categories so far.

After adding these 5 cards, I am up to 22 guaranteed cards.


0-Cost Effects

I haven’t decided on an approximate number of 0-cost cards for limited yet, at least 3 and probably no more than 10. 0-cost cards shouldn’t be over-included, especially if you do not have much card draw, but they can also be the small edge that wins you a game. So, it’s hard to gauge.

0-Cost (7 guaranteed, 4 struck-through, 0 possible, 11 total)
Lash, Amnesia, Hasty Retreat, Muse

Lightning Strike
Hands from Below
Blind Faith
Brave Squire

1-Cost (18 guaranteed, 9 possible, 27 total)

I added Blind Faith and Brave Squire because I value them both highly, and I had room for them. Lightning Strike was included because there are plenty of targets for it in limited, generally.

I did not include Hands from Below because the zombies don’t fit well into my deck and Lightning Strike fills a similar role.

I skipped Rage because I have Lash already, I don’t need Wild cards, and I have decent draw.

I cut Ankylosaurus because my deck’s strength largely comes from powerful 1-cost champions. I felt like Ankylosaurus wouldn’t offer enough.

This puts me to 25 guaranteed cards, 4 struck-through cards, and 10 possible cards.

Burn Effects

Burn is a category that I have been undervaluing in Epic. While it did determine one of the cards I chose, it probably should have determined at least 1 more.

Burn (4 guaranteed, 1 struck-through, 1 possible, 6 total)
Blue Dragon, Helion the Dominator, Plague
Flame Strike

Miscellaneous (1 guaranteed, 0 possible, 1 total)
Memory Spirit

Non-Burn (21 guaranteed, 3 struck-through, 7 possible, 31 total)

I added Pyromancer here because it had been working well for me at Origins. I should have also added Flame Strike, but I undervalued it. After all of my distribution passes, I am at 26 guaranteed cards. 4 more cards need to be finalized and 4 cut.

Final Pass

By this point I have decided on a dominant faction (or two for some pools), picked the most consistently powerful cards, and made sure my distributions for key aspects was largely solid. Now, I just have to make the final cuts based on deck cohesion and personal preference.

Updated Distribution Numbers

Remaining Cards

Flame Strike
Mighty Blow
Deadly Raid
Lying in Wait
Final Task
Forced Exile
Gold Dragon

I probably should have included Flame Strike because it is incredible, but I did not.

I really wanted to include Mighty Blow, but I ended up cutting it. I really like it in theory because it is 10 damage with 1 card, if played on an unblocked attacker. Unfortunately, it hasn’t really showed up much for me in my experience. In addition, this deck has very few tokens and minimal breakthough restricting the viable targets for this card.

Deadly Raid is Sage which is great for this deck. In addition, I have Steel Golem which is the best card to use Deadly Raid with in my opinion. So, I included it.

Lying in Wait is solid Sage removal that can also draw 2 if needed. I love solid Sage removal/draw 2 cards for this deck. Fairly easy include (even though it made it to the Final Pass).

Final Task could be strong since I have Kong, Juggernaut, Pyromancer, Brave Squire etc., but it is Evil which makes me less inclined to use it in this deck. Final Task also seems a bit weaker in limited because the body usually breaks. I picked other cards over this one.

I highly value fast removal and Necrovirus is solid fast removal. The tokens don’t benefit me significantly, but I can eventually activate it with my few Evil 1-cost cards for extra chump blockers that allow me to be more aggressive.

Forced Exile is more removal, but it is a Good card which doesn’t benefit me. I picked other cards over this card.

Gold Dragon is nice for that 6/8 airborne blitz body. The righteous is an added bonus. I am a fan of having at least a few blitz champions because they can severely punish an opponent for spending their gold first on your turn. This was very close to being cut.

So, below is my deck list that I went 3-0-2 with on Saturday 6/18/16 at Origins:

Origins Saturday Deck

Deck Strategy

This deck, like most decks, prefers to draw first instead of play first. Kong, Elara, Temporal Enforcer, Reaper, and to a lesser extent Time Bender, Turn, and all of my targeted removal like having targets when they come into play. These are high value plays that put your opponent on the back foot when they are already 1 card behind.

Once you have an advantage, you want to beat down your opponent with that advantage without over extending. With this deck, you basically always want to hold your gold until your opponent spends theirs. If that means trying to end your turn without spending your gold, great. This deck is packing a large number of fast high-tempo cards that make it incredibly difficult for your opponent to come back from behind.

Juggernaut, Steel Golem, and to a lesser extent Blue Dragon are the only cards in this deck you generally want to play to an open board when your opponent still has their gold. (I call these establishment cards.)

Games Overview

I only remember 2 of the matches particularly well.

First Match

In the first match, I believe it ended in a draw because I rushed my final turn after time was called.

Second Match

I believe the second match I was able to execute my strategy effectively, but I do not remember specifics.

Third Match

The third match I played was very interesting. This is probably the match with the most turns where neither player spent their gold. Both of us had high tempo decks that could severely punish our opponent for spending their gold first. Due to this, in at least two of the games, we both spent the first few turn just drawing and passing to the next player. This match ended in a draw because neither of us had enough/drew enough of our establishment cards to get things moving in our favor. I would say we played at a fairly decent pace though without too much time in the tank thinking.

Two of the cards that were quite strong in this match up were my Juggernaut and his Dark Knight. Juggernaut in general is an incredible card because it is hard to deal with effectively, and it draws a card. Dark Knight was deceptively strong because I couldn’t stop it from getting in the first turn without spending my gold. If I didn’t have my Blue Dragon to kill it on my turn, I could have been in trouble. Overall these games were memorable and a lot of fun: the games were close, interesting, and unusual and my opponent was cool too. Shout out to Auggie on good games: 1, 1, 1.


Fourth Match

I believe this was another match where I was largely able to play my strategy.

Fifth Match

The Win and In match. This match was interesting because apparently I could unintentionally draw and most likely make it to top 8. I thought this might be the case but didn’t feel like doing the math. My opponent seemed to know this, and he had to win to make it to top 8.

I don’t remember many of the specifics of this match, but I remember drawing perfectly and largely preventing my opponent from gaining any headway. (Steel Golem off the top after my opponent Inheritance of the Meeked on my turn.) I believe I may have reestablished my board presence with a Kong, and then never let go. Whichever specific reestablishment or establishment card(s) I used, I constantly had the perfect answers in hand that let me just attack, pass, and respond to everything. Ambush in a blocker: return it to hand with Temporal Enforcer or Time Bender. Break my champion on my opponent’s turn: ambush in Lurking Giant to put him right back into the same position.

After the game, we started talking about some concepts such as auto play (I consistently just attack, pass, and react when ahead) and how to break free from the situation I put him in with my high tempo plays. At the time, I didn’t have any great answers, but I am going to be discussing them in my next article about limited in general.

As a quick note, I would say that 1-cost reestablishment cards like Kong, Sea Titan, Reaper, Medusa, Elara, Temporal Enforcer, Angel of Death, etc. are some of the most important limited cards. Without these, your opponent can continuously 1 for 1 trade with you once they get ahead.

High-impact 0-cost cards are also incredibly important. Hasty Retreat is one of the best because it can remove a 1-cost champion for free and allow you to spend your gold on something else, or you can spend your gold and have Hasty Retreat as a safety net. I also think I like Fumble for similar reasons. Lightning Strike can be pretty strong as well, or potentially worthless.

Overall, I am a big fan of limited, and I look forward to going over it generally soon. I am also excited to discuss my Thursday limited deck because it broke form the usual Sage/Wild tempo deck mold.

Post Origins Epic Schedule

Epic Box

Origins 2016 is over, and I have a lot more to say about Epic now. I participated in all 4 tournaments:

Thursday (sealed) top 4
Friday (constructed: Sage Untargetable Tempo) 10th place
Saturday (sealed) top 4
Sunday (constructed: Combative Humans) 2nd place

The 9 unique constructed deck lists from the top 8 and top 4 on Friday/Sunday can also be found at Epic Foundry. Combative Humans was the only new deck in the Sunday top 4, hence 9 unique decks instead of 12. Lessons Leaned is Derek Arnold’s modified list for his deck.

Recording Play Mat

My overall record for sealed (not including the Intentional Draw) was 6-1-2. I am significantly more confident in my sealed ability than my constructed ability. Due to this, I am going to be going over my sealed experiences first.

Epic Sealed Articles

I am going to be writing at least 3 articles on sealed, and these are, most likely, going to be written in this order:

  1. Saturday Sealed Pool (deck explanation and analysis of play, top 4)

Origins Saturday Pool

2. Overall Sealed Analysis (my deck building and sealed play general thoughts)

3. Thursday Sealed Pool (deck explanation and analysis of play, I took this list in an unexpected direction, top 4)

Origins Thursday Pool

Epic Constructed Articles

I have significantly less experience playing in constructed tournaments, so I am less confident in my constructed abilities as a whole. My overall record was 5-2-1 I think (only 3 or 4 games on Sunday). I am going to start by going over my decks. Then I will discuss my thoughts on the meta in general. I will also thoroughly analyze Derek Arnold’s Lessons Learned deck that won the Friday event.

The order of these might change.

  1. Combative Humans (My Sunday Constructed deck 2nd place)

Combative Humans Origins

2. Untargetable Sage Tempo (Friday Constructed deck 10th place)

Untargetable Tempo Origins

3. Overall Thoughts on the Meta

4. Derek Arnold’s incredible 4-color Lessons Learned deck (Derek Arnold qualified with this deck on Friday. I watched his last two matches, and it was fascinating. This deck completely subverted a few of my ideas about how to play Epic. I am really looking forward to analyzing this deck. Derek Arnold also has his own blog, Epic Insights. I am very much looking forward to reading what he has to say about this deck.)

Derek Arnold Lesson Learned Origins

(Derek Arnold’s Lessons Learned rework pictured below.)

Derek Arnold Lesson Learned Post Origins

Epic Puzzle: Turn 1 Drinker

Epic Box


I recently posted an absurd Epic recycling scenario in my Epic Recycle Interactions article. This then led to a reader posting another crazy scenario which was awesome. So, based on vjjft’s recommendation, I am going to be posting more puzzle challenges on the blog going forward. Depending on participation, I might put up a Sea Hydra play mat as a reward.

Sea Hydra Play Mat

The Challenge

drinker_of_bloodOn the first turn of a 2-player standard game, you must put Drinker of Blood into play. Assuming your opponent plays nothing:

  1. What is the max amount of damage you can do in one turn?
  2. What is the max amount of health you can gain in one turn?
  3. What is the biggest health difference that can be achieved in one turn?


Since this is the first turn of the game, you start with 5 cards in hand and neither player has any cards in their discard piles. It is unlikely that all 3 questions will have the same solution.

Comment below with just the numbers you reached. I’ll wait to say my numbers until Saturday night, 6/25/16. In one week, on 6/30/16, everyone should post their comment with their answers.



Greylag (2 winning solutions), Ydnad (1 winning solution)

– Ydnad’s 71 damage submitted on June 29, 6:18pm was the first submission of the highest damage, result confirmed

– Greylag’s 43(45) health submitted on June 30, 5:01pm(July 1, 11:56am) was the highest health gain, result confirmed

– Greylag’s 98 difference submitted on June 30, 4:55pm was the greatest difference, result confirmed (you forgot to attack with the second pegasus in the difference calculation you posted, hence 98 not 94)

– No solution was posted for Josiah Fiscus’s 77 damage solution, but it was posted on June 27, 1:18pm

– Vjjft’s solutions involved a misuse of Faithful Pegasus, but even deducting that damage, the damage solution was only 6 below the winning solution

The next puzzle will be posted on Monday 7/18. The plan is to post it at 7pm CDT, but I am open to a time adjustment. There will be a few changes to the format that I will discuss at that time. Overall winner of that puzzle will receive the Sea Hydra play mat. (article updated with this information)

**Update** Derek Best Answers

My spam filter caught Derek’s answers, and I didn’t see them until today. They were submitted after the deadline (not including the spam delay) so Greylag and Ydnad are still technically the winners, but…

– Derek’s 83 damage submitted on July 1, 6:05pm was the highest damage submitted, result confirmed

– Derek’s 55 health submitted on July 1, 6:05pm was the highest health gain submitted, result confirmed

– Derke’s 119 difference submitted on July 1, 6:05pm was the greatest difference submitted, result confirmed

New Dawn put Derek over the edge without actually breaking any of the puzzle rules. I will have to specifically mention whether or not I’ll allow that in the next puzzle if applicable. (I probably will allow it.)

Origins Sunday 6/19/16 After

Well, I made it past top 4 today. Not only that, but I did it with my favorite deck Combative Humans (modified slightly). In the end Hampus Eriksson claimed the last Origins qualifier after 2 great games.

Even though I didn’t qualify at Origins, it was still an excellent time. There were a lot of great people and a lot of great games of Epic. I learned a lot from the 4 qualifiers, and I have a bunch of new Epic articles I plan on writing (in addition to the ones I planned before Origins). In addition, I finally bought my Gen Con badge and signed up for the Thursday Limited Qualifier.

Overall, the Epic Qualifiers were an excellent experience with an excellent game and excellent players.


Ben Wienburg pictured below.


Hampus Eriksson pictured below.


Congratulations Hampus Eriksson on qualifying for Worlds. It was a pleasure playing against you in the finals. Especially since I can now say I’ve dropped double Markus, Watch Captain with loyalty to a Psionic Assault (and still lost).



Origins Saturday 6/18/16 After

Knocked out in the top 4, again, but the games were great. I also think I played and drafted well, so I’m not too frustrated with the loss. This also means that I get to play in the constructed tournament tomorrow, and I am looking forward to that. I need as much practice in the format as possible.


Below is the decklist I mulliganed into. I’ll post my chosen cards after Origins and explain why I picked what. I do not have the decklist I started with unfortunately. This list was excellent for me though. I went 3-0-2 (3 wins, 2 draws, no IDs) so I didn’t lose a match with it. If I wouldn’t have rushed I might have won my first draw, but I learned a valuable lesson about playing your final turn carefully since the time limit no longer matters.


Auggie pictured below. A lot of passing priority while holding gold in this game, but it was fascinating. Dark Knight was surprisingly strong in this scenario, sort of like a 0-cost Juggernaut. Juggernaut is incredible.


John Tatian strikes a well-earned victory pose after qualifying for Worlds, pictured below.


While I am looking forward to another day of Epic, it unfortunately means I won’t have much chance to cover the rest of Origins. Good luck to everyone who is competing tomorrow.

Origins Saturday 6/18/16

Today is the last Origins Epic Limited format qualifier (more will be at Gen Con and elsewhere). This is my better format, and I only dropped matches to the eventual winner, who is no longer eligible to play in qualifier events. So, we’ll see what happens today (I did have multiple close 2-1 matches yesterday though). Good luck to everyone competing today.



(As a heads up, I did go to Marquette, but I was not in ROTC.)

Origins 6/17/16 After

Another excellent day at Origins. I only placed 10th in the constructed Epic tournament (3-2-0), but seeing what everyone brought was fascinating. I brought an untargetable Sage Tempo deck designed to counter/outpace blitzing, airborne Wild fliers + burn; I’ll be posting, analyzing, and updating it after Origins.

Other decks that were played were discard/burn, life gain/burn, at least one Human Token Swarm type deck, Dinosaurs, and control decks. Derek Arnold’s 4-color control deck was outstanding, and it further evolved my understanding of the game. I am going to analyze it in much greater detail after Origins, but it appears to be a difficult deck to play well, the games go long, and it ended with multiple draws in the swiss rounds. All of the top 8 decklists can be found at the Facebook page or on WWG’s Deck Foundry.

My note keeping failed me again, last name Randolph pictured below. I will hopefully update tomorrow.


Hayden Brass pictured below.


Ryan Aker pictured below.


Jared Wood pictured below.


Brad Minnigh pictured below


Kyle Coons pictured below.


Top 8 from left to right Gabe Costa-Gioni, Cory Henderson, Nathaniel Mansfield, Chris Weidinger, Hayden Brass, Auggie, Kyle Coons, and Derek Arnold. *Names Updated*


Derek Arnold winner of the Epic constructed tournament and Worlds Qualifier pictured below. He brought an excellent deck and played it excellently.


Tomorrow is the final Origins limited Epic tournament. Good luck to everyone participating.

Special shout-out to Cory Henderson for taking multiple pictures for me today and yesterday.


Origins 6/16/16 Photos

First day of Origins was pretty great. Met multiple people who read this blog, introduced some new people to it, and played a lot of Epic. A lot of great people at the event, and I took pictures with a few.

For the tournament, I made it to top 8 with the below list of cards. I am not posting what I chose yet because I want to let people see what they would have picked in the same situation. (Mulligan to 56 is an acceptable answer too.) My record was 3-1-1 (the draw was an ID, Intentional Draw to assure top 8 and give us some time to get some food).


John Tatian (Pictured Below)


Tim Stanoch (Pictured Below)


Max Jacob (Pictured below) The rivalry begins.


Corey Henderson (Pictured Below)


Rich Shay (Pictured Below)


The 2 finalists for the 6/16/16 tournament. Will update tomorrow with the winner. (I was knocked out in the top 4.)


Tomorrow is the first constructed qualifier. It will be very interesting to see what decks are run. I didn’t get a hold of the other limited pools and decks (and I forgot to record the dark draft decks), but I’ll see what I can do about getting the constructed decks on here. At the very least, I can give a run down of the decks I come up against.

For everyone at the Epic event today, thanks for the games. I look forward to playing against at least some of you in the next few days.