I’ve another elongated deck for now, and that is Next Level Blue. Produced by Patrick Chapin for the past year’s Extended PTQ season, it had been the Blue to play with deck which was not termed Chase-Rare Control. This year, it is the underdog in comparison to Wizards, but it has been making rounds around the PTQ circuit as well as showed up at the Top 8 of Grand Prix – Los Angeles. Let us take a peek at how it’s doing.
To know Next Level Blue, we must understand MTG Singles tips. Next Level Blue (“NLU”) is a Blue-based controller deck with a focus on utilizing Tarmogoyf because its triumph condition. an inventory list for NLU resembles that:
Next Level Blue Land – 24 1 Academy Ruins 3 Breeding Pool two Flooded Grove 4 Flooded Strand 1 Hallowed Fountain 7 Island 1 Miren, the Moaning Well 4 Polluted Delta 1 Steam Vents
Creature – 8 Tarmogoyf 4 Vendilion Clique
Spell – 28 4 Ancestral Vision 4 Cryptic Control 3 Engineered Explosives two Firespout 4 Mana Leak 2 Repeal 4 Spell Snare 2 Umezawa’s Jitte 3 Vedalken Shackles
Sideboard – 15 3 Arashi, the Sky Asunder 4 Ethersworn Canonist 4 Toilet Finks 3 Historical Grudge 1 Firespout Alright, let’s jump to this.
Lands: Our manabase is extremely flexible, utilizing a total of eight fetchlands to acquire entry to Green, Red and White when necessary with these kinds of cards such as Engineered Explosives, Firespout Rude Awakening from the maindeck and essentially its entire sideboard. Miren, the Moaning Well enables us to acquire life at the cost of our opponents’ animals that are removed via Vedalken Shackles. Academy Ruins lets us recur Engineered Explosives a card that is recently taken up to become among the greatest rares out Mirrodin block not termed Arcbound Ravager thanks to Pernicious Deed’s spinning. Aside from that, the manabase is rather self explanatory.