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Collect All Four World Championship Decks


Relive the excitement of the 2000 World Championships with these four commemorative decks.



Jon Finkel, World Champion—Jon Finkel's explosive, monoblue deck used artifacts such as Grim Monolith, Metalworker, and Voltaic Key to generate huge amounts of mana. The mana, in turn, put large creatures into play to finish off stunned opponents.


Janosch Kuhn, Quarterfinalist—Janosch Kuhn's red-green deck uses Birds of Paradise and Llanowar Elves to build mana early in the game. Kuhn then delivered the finishing punch with mana-denial cards, such as Stone Rain and Plow Under.


Tom van de Logt, Quarterfinalist—Tom van de Logt's "Replenish" deck used cards like Attunement and Frantic Search to put powerful enchantments into the graveyard. Then he used Replenish to put all of the enchantments back into play at once and pound his opponents.


Nicolas Labarre, Quarterfinalist—Nicolas Labarre's combo deck, called "Chimera", used searching cards to fetch Fecundity, Saproling Cluster, and Ashnod's Altar so he could generate unlimited mana. With this mana Labarre used Blaze or Whetstone to plow right over his opponents.

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Collect All Four World Championship Decks


Relive the excitement of the 2000 World Championships with these four commemorative decks.



Jon Finkel, World Champion—Jon Finkel's explosive, monoblue deck used artifacts such as Grim Monolith, Metalworker, and Voltaic Key to generate huge amounts of mana. The mana, in turn, put large creatures into play to finish off stunned opponents.


Janosch Kuhn, Quarterfinalist—Janosch Kuhn's red-green deck uses Birds of Paradise and Llanowar Elves to build mana early in the game. Kuhn then delivered the finishing punch with mana-denial cards, such as Stone Rain and Plow Under.


Tom van de Logt, Quarterfinalist—Tom van de Logt's "Replenish" deck used cards like Attunement and Frantic Search to put powerful enchantments into the graveyard. Then he used Replenish to put all of the enchantments back into play at once and pound his opponents.


Nicolas Labarre, Quarterfinalist—Nicolas Labarre's combo deck, called "Chimera", used searching cards to fetch Fecundity, Saproling Cluster, and Ashnod's Altar so he could generate unlimited mana. With this mana Labarre used Blaze or Whetstone to plow right over his opponents.

 

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  1. what? Posted on October 20th, 2018 by swampdoctor2222

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