Daily NhanSense: Every day, I will blog about something that comes to mind. My goal is to practice writing about my hobbies, my interests, my opinions and so forth.
Day 8’s Topic: Card games.
I love card games. For about a year and a half or so, I have been playing a lot of Magic: The Gathering.
It’s the world’s most popular card game for a reason, as numerous players across the globe play Magic.
As of last week, Magic’s Standard format has since rotated to make room for the new Khans of Tarkir set. Basically, each Standard block restricts the type of cards you can use for an extended period of time.
You may only use certain sets of cards allowed for this time period for the decks you build to compete in tournaments. It may sound strange, but it’s a means of letting cards get their time to shine while hopefully mixing up the format for each Standard rotation.
Of course, this newest Standard rotation meant I had to retire the deck I was using for so long, which was my Green White Hexproof deck.
I am a bit saddened at this fact because I really did enjoy this deck. It won me A LOT of cards as prizes, placing well or winning first at my local tournaments on many nights.
But alas, every good thing has to come to an end at some point. At the very least, I can still play a Modern version of this, so not all is lost.
Below is the deck build I used.