With the central characters of Star Wars being the heroic Jedi, you can certainly expect plenty of people to show up at Worlds with a hero blue deck. At the top of the list of potentials is, in our opinion, Rey Aayla. The deck takes advantage of effeciently costed characters to allow it to also run Profitable Connections, which can give it a huge boost in early game. It’s definitely a deck you should be prepared to face, and we hope our article helps.
Today, we’re talking about Obi/Maz. It was one of the first decks to pop up in the Legacies format, and has been among the top decks ever since taking the Chicago regional in mid February. The most popular lists have taken a bit of a hit with the errata to Running Interference, making some wonder if it will remain among the top decks in the format. We think it will, and it is a deck you should be prepared to face at worlds.
Today we’ll be looking at HonestlySarcastic’s infamous BrOTK. This deck is one of the purest examples of a combo deck in Destiny, and has certainly proven lethal and effective. So let’s take a look at how to play and/or defeat the deck.
In this article, we highlight the deck sporting the coolest armor in the Star Wars universe: Boba/Phasma. It may not be a major player in the meta right now, but it is a good and a popular deck. It’s a deck that hits hard and fast, and though it may not be at the level of the very top decks, we believe that with the right cards included it can compete with the big boys. This article will highlight some of those cards, as well as the best strategies for taking the deck to its highest potential.
We’re continuing our series in preparation for Worlds with Thrawn Talzin. While the deck is not widely played, it definitely is worth considering as you pick what you’ll be playing. I myself was able to top 4 a regional, and in our internal testing it has proven strong. As usual, we’ll be addressing both how to play with the deck, and what to do should you find yourself up against it.