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Staxless Stax

Staxless Stax has been developed by Ray Robillard around the end of 2005. His reasoning is that Smokestack is too slow for the mana cost and based his disruption on Tangle Wire, mana denial and Crucible of Worlds.

He wrote and article about in in July 2006: Staxless Stax...the next evolution of Workshop decks?

Since then, the Tangle Wire have been replaced, one Bazaar of Baghdad has been added, Coalition Relic took over Darksteel Ingot and the sideboard has changed according to the metagame.

security upgrade

Another year, another security upgrade...

Added search options to the reports

The database is now searchable by player or by decktype.
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VM with red

I played Vengeur Masqué with red on 21/10/07 (Lorwyn legal) to a 4th place at a 39 players event (5-2-1).

Security upgrade

I just upgraded to drupal 5.3, for security reasons.

Reports embedded in the layout

Today I changed the way the reports are seen: they are no more a text page 80 cols, but are embedded in the CMS.
I hope visitors will enjoy it.

Software upgrade

I upgraded the CMS (Drupal) from 4.7 to 5.1. I also chose a new theme.

Ravnica reviewed

Check out the first type one Ravnica review: Vintage: Spotlight on Ravnica by Lunar at MtG Salvation (15 sep 2005).

More reports

Over ten reports added, all from
Currently synched since beginning of 2005.

FCG: The right changes??

Food Chain Goblins, a deck that has migrated from a different format. For those of you who don't know, the origins of Food Chain Goblins(FCG) was from GobVantage. GobVantage was the first deck to ever use the Recruiter/Ringleader combo to gain mass amounts of card advantage. the deck did place well too. If you go to you may read an entire article on FCG. But now down to what I was here to talk about.

FCG has been around and has changed quite a bit. It starts off with the creatures you run. The number of each Goblin you run is crucial to the deck. If you run less of a broken goblin and more of a less broken goblin, your deck will have some serious issues. Also, your deck should always, and I mean ALWAYS, run 4 Foodchains. that is the decks name right?? Another thing you must know about FCG is the curve. Which would you rather have, a one drop that takes care a of a card or a three drop that does the same thing? the one drop has a one time use ability while the three drop can keep going?(Mogg Fanatic vs. Goblin Sharpshooter). I would choose the one drop simply because it drops earlier and faster to be able to deal with the threat quicker instead of trying to find an answer.

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