☀️☀️☀️ S-Tier Mono White Aggro | Mythic #355 | Innistrad Crimson Vow Standard [MTG Arena]

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Hero's Downfall: CGB resisted the mono-white's curse with all his strength. But after a lifetime of fighting monsters, he was doomed to become one himself.

Author — Ormar

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Hey CGB, Medvedev is actually a somewhat famous figure in Russian-speaking MTG communities. He makes a regular "MTG digest" in Russian where he condenses all the main events across all formats, brings up interesting articles about decks, mtg finance, MTG trivia etc. And he plays quite well, too!

Author — Arctic Seytaho

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Now your training is complete! Rule the Arena as a true Sith Lord! Nice update to low to the ground white. They have so many options and you have been on that blue control grind lately that it's nice to see something new.

Author — Aderonin One

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This deck remains the most color coordinated and imo aesthetically appealing. The dark teals and golds go so well together.

Author — Kabra

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Your statement about Mono-W being the best spot to be in if you're trying to run semi-budget decks is so accurate. I'm relatively new to Arena (been playing it since around May), and I haven't spent any money on the game, but I found Mono-W really easy to build. I started with this cheap double spell deck full of commons and uncommons, and as I crafted and collected better rares, I added them to the deck until I eventually shifted entirely away from double spelling and became a much more standard Mono-W deck. But yeah, it's just so easy to build a cheap Mono-W deck as you slowly collect the cards you want.

Author — Michael

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Once again, thanks for the daily uploads. Love the content!
Also I highly recommend thinking about abzan token control. You can still have enough snow for blood on the snow if you restrict your white cards to Kaya and maybe Edgar.

Author — Dylan Ponman

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Btw at 49:45, I would generally recommend playing the land post combat, since if they Fading Hope your Haven, you can replay it that same turn and swing with it the next turn instead of having to wait 2 turns before being able to swing with it

Edit: Cuz really the only reason you'd play the land pre-combat is to boast the Usher during combat if you expect them to trade with your Haven, but I just don't think the boast is worth the risk of not having a Haven open the next turn

Author — Michael

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As a black control player please encourage more people to play this archtype

Author — Twitch The Rat

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As a fan that has watched almost every day since the beta ended, I want to share some of my thoughts about the intro. I really am not a fan of the spoilers in the intro. It takes the suspense out of some of the games and sometimes makes me want to stop watching before the games even begin. I would much rather go back to what worked for so many years, which is to discuss the changes to the deck and matchups in the post game wrap. Either way I appreciate you CGB!

Author — The Gary Daniel

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You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the enemy

Author — Apex Furyan

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Thanks CGB! Currently taking a hiatus from the game but I still love your content. Keep doing what you do! Hope you have a good holiday season!

Author — Daran Hassinger

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Another entertaining video. Sometimes one has to just take what others inspire and make them work with only a few personal modifications. Because of this, I was able to hit mythic rank for the very first time since I tried arena beta. Thank you CGB.

Author — Paul Horton

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I'm fine, quite frankly, happy with the new direction. Sure, brews are cool, but I also want something that wins.

Playing variations and/or adding a twist to existing meta decks is what I'm interested in. Meta is there for reason, and unless we're about to suggest that our new deck beats the meta, we really aren't establishing that this is a deck that "works" in the current state of the game.

That being said, I wish MTGA had a queue that was for jank/brew decks only.

Author — Raccoonious 🦝

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Very strange to not include any Elite Spellbinders, arguably the best white three drop against control. The original list had 3 in the side board. If you only play bo1, surely you want 2 or 3 in the main deck.

Author — Hans Hans

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Hi CGB! I enjoyed the video and stayed to the end. The plan you're talking about, with checking out variations on decks and how they tune the deck for different situations, sounds really interesting to me! I'd love to see games like that with some analysis discussion, as that is something I am not good at and would love to learn more about.

Author — CanuckMonkey13

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Watching someone with CGB’s level of knowledge about this game play this deck is comparable to Steven Hawking going “Okay class, now remember A is for Ape, B is for Boat…”

Author — CiccioDiMezzanotte

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I’ve always enjoyed your content for either playing the best decks or buy creating ones that beat them.

You usually find a way just it’s tough in BO1 when the two best decks are polar opposites. Having to rely on matching making is a tough one (which is why I usually play bo3).

Keep up the great work. Been enjoy your videos even more so as am in isolation (first 5 days done, 5 more to go!)

Author — Dude of Valor

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I love these fast builds to rank up, thanks and keep up the good work.

Author — Fredrik Pettersson

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I totally agree! This isn’t the type of magic I like to play but for a person who doesn’t have much time to play it’s just efficient. And if I ever want to be able to afford the kinds of decks I like to play I need to win a lot

Author — ONC RN

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I honestly would love for you to go over the meta decks and their variants. I also wouldn’t mind hearing how it changes a deck and the different things that the cards offer the archetype they find a home in.

Author — grizzwald15