I'm Justin and I'm a Grixis Player...

Welcome to the Vorthos cave.

There are two main things I love about magic. The strategy and the Lore. I also love the color pie but that's a different story.

The first part is because I learned to play from a very serious Spike. He made me very conscious of slow mana, below the curve creatures and janky, convoluted interactions. Play to win...we hit a few PTQs but mostly Game Days and FNMs. It was good times.

I play primarily casually now. As a result I mostly find myself building multiplayer decks that have some kind of combo built into them that generates oppressively incremental advantage. I love infinite combo decks but usually end up not putting them together for very long because they often win once or twice then I lose every time after that.

This is where the Vorthos comes in.

My story is one of a competitor left to their own devices. Strengths were found in persistence and a lack of mercy. Hence how I play this game;

There are two decks that I play that make my metas kneel;


Krunchy Kobolds

Commander / EDH MindAblaze

SCORE: 10 | 16 COMMENTS | 1711 VIEWS | IN 2 FOLDERS


And


The Mad King of Tristram

Commander / EDH MindAblaze

SCORE: 52 | 111 COMMENTS | 11610 VIEWS | IN 16 FOLDERS


The Dragon and the Lich;

at its finest. They both excel at making the opponent die on their terms. Prossh by feeding the body, and Nekusar by feeding the mind. Their Rakdosity is matched only by the facility of their intention. They make what they want to happen happen. Whether through redundancy or perseverance Rakdos causes pain to others whilst doing what not only suits their needs, but bumps their jollies at the same time...

I take a hedonistic pleasure in taking someone else’s vision, and interpreting the story implicit within. I just need the right muse...

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Said on MTG tattoo...

#1

Invoke Prejudice is...edgy.

May 21, 2020 3:59 p.m.

Said on Flayer of the ......

#2
May 15, 2020 7:13 p.m.

Said on Modern-Legal Tutors...

#3

There’s also Infernal Tutor, but hellbent is kind of a big downside.

May 11, 2020 10:25 p.m.

Decks

The Mad King of Tristram

Commander / EDH MindAblaze

SCORE: 52 | 111 COMMENTS | 11610 VIEWS | IN 16 FOLDERS

Mayael's Wild Pair-ty

Commander / EDH MindAblaze

SCORE: 63 | 243 COMMENTS | 21490 VIEWS | IN 36 FOLDERS

Krunchy Kobolds

Commander / EDH MindAblaze

SCORE: 10 | 16 COMMENTS | 1711 VIEWS | IN 2 FOLDERS

Centre for Disease Control

Commander / EDH MindAblaze

SCORE: 72 | 117 COMMENTS | 18387 VIEWS | IN 32 FOLDERS

Marauding Titans

Modern* MindAblaze

SCORE: 25 | 26 COMMENTS | 4784 VIEWS | IN 6 FOLDERS

Robust Harvest

Modern* MindAblaze

SCORE: 43 | 121 COMMENTS | 8581 VIEWS | IN 3 FOLDERS

Cubes

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Commander Cube v2.0

MindAblaze — 1 year ago

SCORE 2 | COMMENTS 3 | VIEWS 1083

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Justus' Commander Endeavour

MindAblaze — 2 years ago

SCORE 0 | COMMENTS 0 | VIEWS 364

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JM's Casual Cube

MindAblaze — 2 years ago

SCORE 5 | COMMENTS 3 | VIEWS 2758

Finished Decks 43
Prototype Decks 28
Drafts 3
Playing since Conflux
Cube Drafts 26
Points 1560
Avg. deck rating 14.90
T/O Rank 43
Helper Rank 10
Favorite formats Commander / EDH, Modern
Suppressed formats Standard, Legacy, Pre-release, MTGO, Unformat, Heirloom, Vintage, Planechase, Vanguard, Modern, Pauper, Noble, Casual, Hero, Block Constructed, Limited, Duel Commander, Tiny Leaders, Highlander, Magic Duels, Penny Dreadful, Frontier, Leviathan, 1v1 Commander, Pauper EDH, Canadian Highlander, Brawl, Arena, Oathbreaker, Oldschool 93/94, Pioneer
Good Card Suggestions 462
Venues ThunderGround Comics & Collectibles
Cards Added/Fixed 1
Last activity 1 week
Joined 7 years