Immortal Magic

Discussion in 'Casual Decks/Variants/Etc' started by Killer Joe, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. Killer Joe Active Member

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    "Your best Cards. Your best Deck. Your best Game EVER!"

    Immortal Magic is a multiplayer format that allows you to play at your very best
    • 75 card decks
    • No B&R list
    • Extra card draw starting on turn 7
    • Last man standing RULES!
    ....spread the word......
  2. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    Um... have games ever gotten to turn 7? :)
  3. Killer Joe Active Member

    with 75 card decks and in a multiplayer format in nigh impossible to combo out. The Power 9 (10) are only so effective not tomention the amount of beatdown one would have to endure from playing those kinds of cards. In this format games are more fun and better playing experiences.
  4. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    I wasn't thinking the P9, but rather the combos arising from cards that were placed on the Restricted list and mechanics such as Storm.

    Have you played or seen some games in this format?
  5. Killer Joe Active Member

    The league I run (The Multiplayer Magic League) is this format. We have a few more rules though:
    No Silver Bordered cards
    No Vanguard Characters Cards (this is assumed in any game I would think)
    No use of proxy cards (again, I would think this is assumed)
    No cards with refrence to "ante"

    You'd be surpised at how many cards and/or abilities that ROCK in dueling have little effect on the metagame in multiplayer.
  6. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    You should resume writing the reports up :)

    Has anyone tried to take a Vintage deck that might abuse one of the mechanics in single-dual and tried to play it in this format? Or do you guys just come up with your own decks?
  7. Killer Joe Active Member

    Most decks are "original" but I still use "modified" tournament decks. Mooseman would say that my decks "focused" whereas the other members put together decks that are fun for them to play.
    Reports? I never seem to have the itch anymore, I could try for the April game.
  8. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    So it might be interesting to see how a Storm deck plays in this kind of format...

    Mooseman plays? Maybe he should put out a report... :)
  9. Killer Joe Active Member

    I have yet to see an effective "Storm" mechanic played in this format of the several times I've seen it.

    I won this month's game against Mooseman and two other players with a modified version of "Stupid Green" using Survival of the Fittest, Squee-Goblin Naboob, Spike Feeder & Weaver with mana accelerators Wall of Roots and Llanowar Elves.
  10. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    But was the Storm deck based off of the "Vintage deck" or just someone's creation? Although now that I think about it, I think it was the mill card and that'd probably hard to do with 75 card decks AND multiplayer...
  11. Killer Joe Active Member

  12. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    How many cards actually show up that are on the B/R list in your games?
  13. Killer Joe Active Member

    I run four Demonic Tutors in most of my decks with black, 4 Strip Mines this past game, a player ran Tinker in his deck recently, Ponder, Gifts Ungiven, Recall, Tolarian Academy, all have been played and not necessarily dominated the game(s). I have never seen the likes of Type I BANNED cards show up, most are too risky for the owner of those cards to play in multiplayer games.
  14. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    Hm. So it sounds like no one's really using a whole bunch of cards from the lists anyways, just cards they want to play that they couldn't otherwise, since they're on the B/R list.
  15. Killer Joe Active Member

    and THAT, my webslinging friend, is the main concept!

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