Welcome back to the biggest ticket in preconstructed Magic, the Championships! We had an exciting second round of Tinsman Division action which left more than a few of our predictors holding ripped-up ticket stubs, but what’s a competition without the occasional upset? We’ve had some twists and turns on the ride thus far, and with plenty of action ahead nearly anything can happen. Congratulations are certainly due to Future Sight’s Fate Blaster, the divisional winner.
Last week saw the introduction to the Tinsman Division, one of the competition’s most storied. It was from here that the winner of the very first competition came, when Eldrazi Arisen overcame tremendous odds by beating a Duel Deck, a Planechase Deck, and a Duels of the Planeswalkers deck before claiming victory from its setmate Invading Spawn in the final. In subsequent seasons it has seen success elude it, though it did claim Rosewater Conference honours in the 2010/2011 season as Doom Inevitable completed a similarly unlikely run before falling in the Finals to Elspeth.
Welcome back to the season’s most exciting Magic: the Gathering event, the 2005-07 Preconstructed Championships! We’re now halfway through the Rosewater Conference’s other Division, the Tinsman, and we’ve had some fantastic matchups. Sadly for most, the overriding principle here is the Highlander ultimatum: there can be only one. Of the eight decks that draw into the Tinsman, four of them have been cut their walking papers, with a further three to follow this coming Saturday. It’s a harsh business, but to lessen the severity is to lessen the glory.
We’re already two weeks in to the 2005-07 Preconstructed Championships, and what a battle it’s been! With Endless March eagerly waiting for an opponent to determine the future of the Rosewater Conference, we next turn to the Conference’s other Division, the Tinsman! This week and next the eight competitors will be battling it out for the chance to go all the way- Conference champions destined for the finals. But we’re getting well ahead of ourselves, for first we must see who’s going to advance past the opening round! With a mortality rate of 50%, the decks lining up at the gates today are going to need every weapon in their arsenals, every trick in their books… and maybe even just a little luck to go with it!
Magic players and sports fans of all ages, welcome back to our Prediction League update for the 2005-07 Preconstructed Championships! It’s been a week of highs and lows, but above all we at last have a champion for the Nagle Division. Of the eight decks to start in the Nagle, it was down to a field of four that had only one thing in common: they had eliminated another theme deck to get there. But as is so often said, there can be only one, and so one and only one deck had to emerge from the fray.
In last week’s exciting opening-round coverage of the Nagle Division, we found eight decks taking the field to compete for their shot at glory. The battles were hard-fought and hard-won, and by the end of the day only a quartet of contenders were still standing to advance. Today, three of them will have their hopes and dreams destroyed, but one of them… one of them will wrap itself in the Nagle banner and ready itself for the semifinals of the Rosewater Conference.
Welcome back to our ongoing coverage of the 2005-07 Preconstructed Championships! We’ve had a spirited opening week, with some surprising results- and even a touch of controversy! Eight decks took to the field, and already we’ve seen four sent home in defeat.
Today we begin our coverage of the 2005-07 Preconstructed Deck Championships, and the crowd is bigger than ever! These games have become an Ertai’s Lament institution, and something we look forward to during the year. This season we’re looking at the precon decks from the 2005-07 sets: Ravnica block, Time Spiral Block, Coldsnap, and 9th Edition, and they’ll be making for some spectacular precon action!
The opening round of exciting 2005-07 Precon Playoff action is coming up this weekend, and it’s time to get your predictions in. Up for grabs are the first four games of the Nagle Division, which are as follows: Read more
Greetings players and sports fans of all ages, and welcome to another installment of the greatest competitive spectacle in all of preconstructed Magic! That’s right, it’s that time of year again and we’re ready to crown a new champion. As has become custom, in the Autumn we’ll be looking at the most current season, while in Spring (as now) we go back through the game’s history. There were thirty-one precon decks released for the 2005-07 season, and in the weeks ahead they will enter the arena. Read more