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At the GP it\'s possible you could go the whole tournament without facing Mono Red but at FNM if you can\'t beat a particular person your chances of winning the tournament plummet. A cutthroat player should come equipped with “Circle of Protection: Andrew” “Sword of Fred and Anthony” and “Slayer of Oliver.”Part of my initial preparation for the MOCS was researching my competition. I learned what Jun\'ya Iyanaga\'s favorite movie is I learned who Ricky Sidher took to his senior prom and I learned that Bing Luke isn\'t a Pink Floyd fan. While that stuff wasn\'t particularly helpful what was important was getting a feel for people\'s deck preferences.
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I guessed that two or three of us would play control no matter what two or three of us would play suicidal aggro no matter what two or three of us would gravitate towards midrange and as always there were a few loose cannons whose decisions I couldn\'t predict. Leading up to the tournament I knew how valuable it would be to know what even a single MOCS competitor would be playing.
Consequently I tried to be as secretive as I could. As the MOCS was even more important to me than the main event I considered using decoy decks in the World Championships and saving my best for the MOCS. However I quickly rejected that idea because of a second key element of the event: the results from the World Championships can influence the MOCS metagame. For each format the Worlds rounds preceded the MOCS rounds and I knew that they had the potential to change everything. What if I planned to play ? Fresh in their minds my opponents would add extra sideboard hate for .
Worse yet what if a team of players successfully broke out a deck that was very good against Tempered Steel? Some of my opponents would be likely to copy the breakout deck and again I would have to reconsider my deck choice. I decided that my best course of action would be to learn the formats on the whole as best I could and gravitate towards solid decks that were difficult to hate out. I would play my first choice deck in the main event and have six rounds of tournament practice to fine tune it. Hopefully I\'d be able to scout the MOCS players over the course of the day to get a better guess of what the metagame might be. I would have strong backup decks in case something went wrong for me in the main event or if I found any attackable trends. With this in mind I eventually settled on Wolf Run Ramp for Standard with Mono Red as a backup and Big Zoo for Modern with Affinity Jund Rock and Domain Zoo as backups.
My preparation led me to Plan A decklists that I was happy with. It also put me in a good position to incorporate new information from the Worlds rounds which proved to be key. Day 1: Standard The deck I played in the Worlds rounds was a W/G/r Wolf Run Ramp deck that featured . The only person who played a similar deck was fellow MOCS competitor Bing Luke (Prolepsis. We had gotten the idea from our mutual friend Jarvis Yu but taken our decklists in slightly different directions after that. In particular it\'s quite difficult to win any game against W/G Tokens when you don\'t draw . It\'s also generally useful against any decks with creatures like Mono Red and the mirror match and provides insurance against some less- popular strategies like .
While I wouldn\'t describe it as a “Birthing Pod deck” I came to really appreciate having the Pods as a side theme. After some bad experiences with . However Wolf Run conveniently plays a chain of value creatures anyway—Solemn .
The Pods are remarkably powerful in some matchups and generally provide more options and room to play around. The biggest selling point is the ability to find Elesh Norn in the late game which is simply an amazing card for the format. It completely dominates the game against any opponent without a . I went 3- 3 in the Worlds rounds which was a little worse than I had been hoping for. Nevertheless batting .
World Championships is respectable and I still finished the day with enthusiasm about the deck. I lost one very close match to . Aside from that there was one clear place where I went wrong. I faced Mono Red three times over the course of the day and only came out with a 1- 2 record. The fact is that Mono Red is an easy matchup for Wolf Run if you put in just a little effort during deck and sideboard construction. My mistake was that I underestimated how popular Red would be and consequently took chances with that matchup that I didn\'t need to. Bing pulled off a gentleman\'s 4- 2 with the Ramp Pod deck making a positive record between the two of us.
After scouting that four or five of the MOCS players had chosen (and done well with) Mono Red in the main event we held a strategy conference and decided to play the same deck for the MOCS but this time gear it very strongly for the Mono Red matchup. Here\'s what I settled on myself: Creatures (2. Planeswalkers (2)Lands (2. The MOCS (Day 1) Bing and I felt very comfortable going in as sure enough there were five aggressive red decks and a .
However there were two players that we were particularly scared to face. SEVERUS (Jun\'ya Iyanaga) also finished 6- 0 with his unbelievably powerful Wolf Run Ramp list which I was afraid could simply outclass Bing and I in the pseudo- mirror.
Wouldn\'t you know it the very first round comes reiderrabbit vs. This was particularly bad for me as Mr. Cuneo\'s rogue decklist had not yet been published on the coverage page and I had no replays to watch so I was completely in the dark. Luckily for me though my opponent had mana trouble in both games which I unmercifully rubbed in with my . Dominating the game with . After drawing my card I decided that I wanted to do two things on my turn: cast a .
Briefly shifting to autopilot I attacked with the existing Solemn and then sacrificed it to the . Under normal circumstances this is the technically correct sequence.