VIC: Eternal Masters Highlander 2022 11/06/2022 | Deck Lists & Tournament Report

Eternal Masters Weekend 2022 Highlander Tournament report.

The day had come for the Masters 2022 highlander event. Another chance to showcase a deck I’ve been working on since December 2021. After missing the opportunity to do so at the Highlander Nationals events. Scrubbing out and missing top 8 both events going 4-2. 

The deck had been putting up solid results in weekly Melbourne events and I felt good going into the day knowing I have good matchups against Melbourne’s meta . My only worry being what spicey lists the interstater’s will bring to the table that will catch me off guard. I wasn’t going to let that stop me from proving myself and what had been my baby for the last 7 months, MoonShine. (https://www.moxfield.com/decks/TTHiXe9kRkqxryoqoV-lMw)

107 Players from all over Australia had signed up for the event which made this the biggest paper highlander event since the side event at GP Melbourne which had 102 players. Making it a 7 round event with a cut to top 8. The prize pool had high value but the title of winning would be priceless. 

Round 1Jund Midrange

Game 1

I keep a hand containing mana crypt and hope the raw power of being ahead on the curve will give a win. I was very wrong. My opponent proceeds to answer every threat I deploy. Their Wrenn and Six got to 7 loyalty and the value was too great. My mana crypt aiding him along the way ended up in a crushing defeat.

Sideboarding

Out 

  • Thalia, guardian of thraben
  • Relic of progenitus
  • Magus of the moon

In

  • Palace Jailer 
  • Rip Apart 
  • Council’s Judgement

Thalia got boarded out due to the fact that I felt that it wouldn’t hinder my opponent enough to be worth keeping in due to them running dorks. Looking back it may have helped keeping their walkers off of the field. Relic doesn’t do much in this match up due to the opponent’s not using the graveyard. Magus dies to any red based removal. Palace Jailer, Rip Apart and Council’s Judgement all come in to remove anything problematic on the board to win it back. 

Game 2

I kept a more reactive hand along with the mother of runes to protect my squad from the onslaught of removal my opponent had in their deck. Resulting in a game win. 

Game 3

A much closer grind feast between myself and my opponent. Lots of spells cast and lots of critters seeing their deaths but unfortunately resulting in my demise. 

Round 1 After Thoughts

The games I had in round one were back and forth fair magic as Richard Garfield intended. I thoroughly enjoyed the matches and felt I needed to mulligan better in the midrange matchups. Well Played Opponent. Now that I had gotten a game lost for the day I had told myself no more loses just win. 1-2 Lost

Round 2Abzan Midrange

Game 1

I Mulled to 5 into a strong crypt start of Archon of Emeria turn one into a drawing of a Blood Moon for turn 2. This completely shut my opponents mana down and they didn’t get to cast a spell. 

Sideboarding

Out 

  • Thalia, guardian of thraben
  • Relic of progenitus
  • Unlicensed Hearse

In

  • Palace Jailer 
  • Rip Apart 
  • Council’s Judgement

I didn’t get much information from game one against my opponent but they did play out abzan coloured lands. So I went with my gut and assumed they were on a mid-range pile. In with removal and out with cards that wouldn’t have a big enough impact for the game. 

Game 2

I kept a decent grind oriented hand hoping that the palace jailer in it would win me the long game with pure card advantage. Unfortunately the mixture of Grist with lingering soul tokens gave my opponent the monarchy. I soon saw the writing on the wall and moved onto a game 3. 

Game 3

I kept a more aggressive hand with a mixture of goblin rabblemaster and Urza’s Saga. 

Game went on with my opponent on the back foot due to the pressure I presented. A Siege Rhino almost had my opponent stabilise the board but ultimately a shadow spear tutored up off of urza’s saga allowed me to fight through Rhino the following turn. 

Round 2 After Thoughts

Yet another mid-range deck. Mid-range decks are one of the match up’s I am less familiar with piloting moonshine against and was grateful for the opportunity to do so. I was very pleased to have gotten a win out of the match and would board differently in the future.

Win 2-1

Round 3Flash Mogg Combo

Game 1

I start off the game with an early elite spellbinder seeing my opponents hand of Muddle the mixture, Profane Tutor and Phyerixan walker. I choose the walker hoping that would keep it off the board so I can keep the pressure up in following turns ending the game before my opponent can assemble their combo. This ended up paying off as I drew another quick threat and ended the game. 

Sideboarding

Out 

  • Sevinne’s reclamation
  • Shadowspear
  • Swords to ploughshares

In

  • Rest in Peace 
  • Red Elemental Blast
  • Pyroblast

A match up I have never played against outside of commander. I wasn’t sure what would be good against it. So I decided to just bring in the catch all of the red blast’s to catch the flash when it’s being cast and the rest in peace as a roadblock for my opponents combo. Sevinne’s reclamation and Shadow Spear out because I don’t plan on going into a long game. Swords out because I thought if my opponent resolved a big enough threat for it to be warrant removing my window of a win would be gone.

Game 2

I kept a hand with some disruption and fast threats. This ended the game very fast, not allowing my opponent to combo off. 

Round 3 After Thoughts

I was generally scared of this match up when we started the game because I am very unfamiliar with my opponents deck and didn’t know what to expect from it. I was very lucky to have had hands that applied pressure early enough so my opponent couldn’t sculpt their hand into a win. Win 2-0

Round 4Rug

Game 1

Game 1 was exactly what you expected from a rug deck. They presented large efficient threats that I was able to answer with my premium white removal spells of solitude and swords to ploughshares. Game was still close but the mixture of my removal and gaining life through batterskull ended with a win. 

Sideboarding

Out 

  • Sevinne’s reclamation
  • Magus of the Moon
  • Chain Lightning 
  • Chrome Mox

In

  • Palace Jailer
  • Red Elemental Blast
  • Pyroblast
  • Council’s Judgement 

I removed Sevinne’s Reclamation for this match up due to it being too clunky and requires other cards to be good. Magus of the Moon comes out because its soft to red based removal. Chain Lightning comes out because I don’t want to give my Rug opponent a free removal spell on my creatures. Chrome Mox comes out because these games tend to go long, it’s a bad draw off the top and the worst mana accelerator in my deck. I side-in everything that answers Murktide, Oko, Uro and any other large threat they may have. Plan is to mulligan to a hand that answers their threats and act as the control deck worry about winning later. 

Game 2

I get an early Blood Moon on board which limits my opponents options giving me the match win. 

Round 4 After Thoughts

Finally something I felt comfortable going against. This matchup is one of the reasons I built the deck. My opponent almost got me in game 1 but the life gain and removal I had at my disposal gave me the advantage. Win 2-0

Round 54C Ancestral Recall Control 

Game 1

I kept a hand with a curve of Esper Senitial into a three drop. Hoping the Sentinel would draw me cards along the way. My opponent missteps my Esper Sentinel, not the end of the world. They move to their first turn and cast Ancestral Recall drawing 3 cards. This is where I felt everything would go down hill. Due to bad draws from my opponent and my back to back three drops the game ended soon after.

Sideboarding

Out 

  • Unlicensed Hearse
  • Magus of the Moon

In

  • Red Elemental Blast
  • Pyroblast

I wasn’t sure how to sideboard in this match. I took out Magus due to being soft to red removal. Unlicensed Hearse out due to Kolaghan’s Command being too strong against it. Red blasts in it catch any powerful blue cards such as Ancestral Recall or gush. 

Game 2

Game 2 ended up going into a late game stall of my Thalia heretic cathar, Goblin Rabblemaster and Hazoret against my opponents Young Pyromancer. A Fury top deck cleared the way to victory. 

Round 5 After Thoughts

Going into this round I recognized my opponent as Robert Lark, the Highlander National Champion of 2022. I felt bad that he drew nothing but land’s game one even with an Acall which made it a non-game. Game 2 was really interesting and close. I was glad I got a match win from Robert. Felt like an achievement that I’d unlocked and if the day ended there I would have been happy. I look forward to potentially playing more magic against him in the future. Win 2-0 

Round 6RUG

Game 1

Game 1 in this match-up was extremely close but the new addition of the wandering emperor picked off a key creature from my opponent resulting in a game win. 

Sideboarding

Out 

  • Sevinne’s reclamation
  • Magus of the Moon
  • Chain Lightning 
  • Chrome Mox

In

  • Palace Jailer
  • Red Elemental Blast
  • Pyroblast
  • Council’s Judgement 

Same game plan as the Rug match up earlier. 

Game 2

This game became shockingly close. Becoming an interesting board state of my Hazoret against my opponents Territorial Kavu and Ragavan. I made the decision that I needed to get my opponents to a low enough life total that I can sit back and use Hazoret to finish them off with his discard ability. I eventually was able to remove the kavu but my opponent managed to cast my Archon of Emeria. I was down to 2 life, so I had to make a move. My opponent blocked Hazoret with the Archon. I popped my Relic of progenitus. I played that turn to try to find an out to the now lethal Ragavan and found a lightning helix. This turned the tide and won me the game. 

Round 6 After Thoughts

My opponent this round was none-other than Juzza, a Multi Highlander National Champion. 

I had played games against him before at Cancon this year and the match there was just as close as the games I had today. I really enjoyed getting my redemption match against him and hope to play against him in the future. Win 2-0 

Round 74c Heros

Game 1

I keep a hand with a chrome mox and a bunch of 3 drops with Sevinne’s reclamation.

My opponent gets an early Torens, Fist of the Angels onto the board and makes a bunch of tokens. My Sevinne’s let me hang into the game for a long time bringing back my 3 drops as chump blockers hoping I would hit a fury to win back the board. That never happened and after a gruelling 35min game I lost. 

Sideboarding

 Out 

  • Thalia, guardian of thraben
  • Relic of progenitus
  • Magus of the moon
  • Unlicensed Hearse

In

  • Palace Jailer 
  • Rip Apart 
  • Council’s Judgement
  • Kitchen Finks

Same sideboard plan as my earlier midrange opponents. Only difference is after pondering my first two rounds of the day I felt Kitchen Finks as a 2 for 1 was worth while bringing in over leaving in Unlicensed Hearse.

Game 2

I kept a hand with a mother of runes and an early stone forge. This along with the removal and other threats I drew ended the game swiftly. 

Game 3

Game 3 started with my opponent and I only having 9 min left on the clock. I knew that if we went to a draw it would be very unlikely for me to make the top 8. I keep a hand that has a chrome mox, Urza’s Saga and removal hoping the Saga alone will close out the game quick enough as to not go to time. This paid off and I ended up taking the last game. 

Round 7 After Thoughts

I had played a few matches against Gene Holland in the week’s leading up to the Eternal Masters weekend. I knew I had a slightly favoured match up but also to respect the explosive draws and value generation their deck has. Win 2-1

Swiss round thoughts

Most of the games I played during the swiss and the general meta I met in it was not what I was expecting for the event. It was almost a shock that I made it to the top 8 cut. 8 of my sideboard cards weren’t used. I expected to face off a lot more aggro oriented lists as well as the infamous Breach and Bots decks. I did well in the match ups I was well versed in like Rug but it was an uphill battle against all of the mid-range decks that I faced. I got to play against some highlander icons and would have called the day a success from there. But it was time for the last stretch in the top 8. The rest of my local team congratulated me and headed off to dinner. I went straight to work starting top 8 off facing Tom Dowling. 

Quarterfinals Tom Dowling (Rug)

Game 1

I get to be on the play due to placing higher in the swiss. I keep a hand that puts Blood Moon out onto the table on turn 2 and then follows it with a rabblemaster threat. I got the Moon out on turn two as planned but my threat got answered immediately by a red removal spell from Tom. The game turned into a draw go situation until I finally found another threat in Batterskull. Tom didn’t get cast many spells due to being locked out from Blood Moon and the 4/4 threat ended the game slowly. 

Sideboarding

Out 

  • Sevinne’s reclamation
  • Magus of the Moon
  • Chain Lightning 
  • Chrome Mox

In

  • Palace Jailer
  • Red Elemental Blast
  • Pyroblast
  • Council’s Judgement 

Same game plan as the Rug match ups from the swiss.

Game 2

I kept a crypt powered hand. The game grinded out until a stand still of my board of Hazoret, Batterskull and other white weenies facing off against Tom’s Massive ledger shredder and endurance. Their Uro and Murktide had already hit the bin from the looting and milling effects he had played earlier. These were exiled from the game with Relic of progenitus. I had a moon the field limiting what spells they could cast and I had answered his oko. I eventually found an answer for his ledger shredder and finished the match. 

Quarterfinals After Thoughts

Another Rug match up. I felt very confident with this match up and was lucky enough to have gotten amazing hands that lined up very well. I felt bad for Tom due to my mana crypt hardly flipping damage in our second game but sometimes luck will be on my side. Win 2-0

Semi-finals Rowan Millers (RW Medium) The Mirror? 

Game 1

I sat down thinking this is the last thing I was expecting today to see the Mirror match at the top 8. Rowan gets to be on the play due to his fantastic performance in the swiss topping it. 

Game went as expected. I was on the back foot due to going second and due to his decision to put a point into Jitte instead of Saga this proved to be a powerful Mirror Breaker. 

Sideboarding

Out 

  • Sevinne’s reclamation
  • Magus of the Moon
  • Blood Moon
  • Relic of progenitus 

In

  • Palace Jailer
  • Rip Apart
  • Fiery Confluence
  • Council’s Judgement

Sideboarding was hard for this match up due to it being my first time playing the mirror. 

I took out the moons and Relic due to them having little to no effect. Sevinne’s Reclamation got taken out because I knew they wouldn’t be able to board out all of the graveyard hate our decks had. I sidede in a bunch of removal and a Fiery Confluence in case they went wider on board than me or to finish off the game by dealing 6 to his life. 

Game 2

Jitte had come back to haunt me in this game. I was lucky enough to have put in enough damage that it came to a flip of Rowans Mana crypt if we would be going to a game 3. He rolls the dice, it lands on a 7 when he called even so into game 3 we go. 

Game 3

I keep a hand with Fable of the mirror breaker, Goblin Rabblemaster and Wasteland. Plan for this game was to keep him off of mana and use the value generation from Fable to pull ahead. This worked perfectly. Rowan managed to get an early rabblemaster of his own onto the board equipped with Shadow Spear. This gained him alot of life but the amount of damage that two goblin rabble masters produced was too much and ended the game. 

Semi-finals After Thoughts

This match was definitely a treat. I was very happy to see Rowan in the Semi-finals. I knew he had the upper hand due to his point spread being different to mine. I look forward to playing against him in the future and share thoughts on the archetypes performance in local events. Win 2-1

Finals Carissa Peacock (Winota)

Game 1

I did not know what to expect from Carissa Game 1. I kept a semi decent fair hand. Carissa curved out into a Winota with the aid of their mana dorks. Luckily I had the solitude to answer immediately. I thought i was out of the woods but with the aid of gaea’s cradle they powered out 2 more big creatures and my little creatures couldn’t keep up resulting in a game loss. 

Sideboarding

Out 

  • Thalia, guardian of thraben
  • Magus of the Moon
  • Unlicensed Hearse
  • Relic of progenitus 

In

  • Palace Jailer
  • Rip Apart
  • Fiery Confluence
  • Council’s Judgement

I replaced all of the graveyard hate, Magus and Thalia due to them having little impact on the board. I boarded in extra removal to deal with Carissa’s massive threats. 

Game 2

I kept a decent hand which had a blood moon in it. After resolving blood moon Carissa was locked out from their coloured mana and we moved onto game 3.

Game 3

I saw a turn two Blood Moon in my opening hand and hoped it would have the same effect as last game. Carissa plays mana dorks turn one. I played my land and passed. They play yet another mana dork.  I put my blood moon up on turn two as planned. Carrisa passed. I used Fiery Confluence to take out the mana dorks which resulted in a concession. 

Finals After Thoughts

This match would have definitely been a loss if it wasn’t for blood moon bailing me out of games 2 and 3. Carissa’s deck looked super sweet. I remember saying to my teammates in the car on the way that a Winota deck was floating around and it was very good. I was blessed to have seen it played first hand. Win 2-1

Tournament closing thoughts

I went into the day hoping to do well and get my deck on the radar for all of the highlander community to see. The meta I experienced was extremely diverse and not what I expected. Someone asked earlier in the week what everyone’s goals are for the masters event. My statement was “Having my brew recognised as a competitively viable deck and being recognised as a good player” I believe I had at least achieved one of those goals. This will definitely be a favourite memory for me and I can’t wait to participate in future highlander events. 

Dylan Kidd

Dylan started to play magic in 2013 where he immediately took a liking to playing unique non-meta decks that turn his opponents heads sideways. He was introduced to highlander in 2019 after moving to Australia from South Africa. He fell in love with the format due to it being the perfect canvas for an ardent brewer. He won the Highlander Enteral Masters event in 2022. His favourite magic card is smallpox. Outside of the game Dylan enjoys drinking beers and board games with his friends.

Player’s StandingPlayer’s NamePlayer’s Deck List Link
1stDylan KiddRW Midrange
2ndCarissa PeacockNaya Winota
3rd/4thRowan MillersRW Midrange
3rd/4thOliver OksRUG Midrange
5th-8thCalvin FehringJeskai Breach
5th-8thTom DowlingRUG Tempo
5th-8thMatthew GiudesRUG Tempo
5th-8thBrett GirvanMono Red

Final Standings After Swiss
1 Millers, Rowan 18 61 76 55
2 Oks, Oliver 18 60 85 53
3 Peacock, Carissa 18 54 66 53
4 Kidd, Dylan 18 53 76 51
5 Dowling, Tom 17 66 70 57
6 Giudes, Matthew 17 61 62 56
7 Fehring, Calvin 17 59 73 52
8 Girvan, Brett 17 57 70 54
9 Cutting, Russell 16 45 78 43
10 Hawkes, Bradley 15 64 61 61
11 Chmielewski, Nick 15 63 55 63
12 Bot, Thomas 15 61 61 56
13 Jones, Riley 15 60 64 55
14 Lark, Robert 15 60 66 56
15 Holland, Gene 15 56 64 53
16 Billinghurst, Michael 15 55 64 55
17 Macinante, Matthew 15 55 63 54
18 Basser, Nathan 15 53 64 55
19 Rashad, Brandon 15 52 66 51
20 nixon, Michael 15 52 63 49
21 Hart, Jacob 15 49 55 50
22 Swann, Mike 15 46 71 46
23 Cheung, Justin 13 59 56 58
24 Crawford, Brennan 13 56 56 57
25 lamburd , alana 13 55 61 52
26 Sims, Jake 13 51 64 50
27 Kusari, Cody 13 40 60 44
28 Bader, Alexander 12 71 50 64
29 Wilks, James 12 58 61 55
30 Wolfe, Beckett 12 57 61 52
31 Newman, Ben 12 57 52 57
32 Ding, Jack 12 57 58 55
33 Hall, Glenn 12 57 52 55
34 Dolphin, Tim 12 55 52 55
35 Nguyen, Antoine 12 55 52 55
36 Warby, Dougal 12 53 57 49
37 Goodwin, Jarrod 12 52 50 53
38 Mulcahy, Luke 12 52 50 51
39 Nando, Nando 12 51 53 53
40 Thomson, Tod 12 50 52 52
41 Kelderman, Torin 12 49 52 49
42 Pezzutto, Sophie 12 49 64 51
43 Allsop, Jared 12 48 50 46
44 of the Void, Brandon 12 46 52 47
45 Cheng, Timothy 12 43 56 45
46 Kikkawa, Dillon 12 43 54 44
47 Herbert, Bryce 12 39 56 38
48 Gibson, Liam 10 55 49 53
49 Vanderplight, Cody 10 48 48 47
50 Saunders, Lachlan 10 46 45 46
51 Raymond, Chris 10 36 43 39
52 King, Daniel 9 65 47 58
53 Armstrong, Trent 9 61 50 56
54 McGillivray, Connor 9 56 46 55
55 Childs, Jon 9 54 50 50
56 Mccoy, Ben 9 54 50 51
57 Peng, Alan 9 54 44 54
58 Cutting , Shane 9 54 46 51
59 caesar, james 9 54 50 48
60 Cormick, Ian 9 53 53 49
61 Leslie, Michael 9 50 53 48
62 Woods, Brayden 9 48 44 48
63 Stavropolous, Socrates 9 48 42 47
64 Dewitte, Matthew 9 48 52 50
65 Gonzalez, David 9 48 46 49
66 jiggens, jack 9 48 43 47
67 brown, sean 9 47 44 47
68 Hughes, Tim 9 46 47 47
69 Dowling, Jim 9 45 47 46
70 Purdey, Sean 9 44 41 46
71 Pace, Alex 9 40 46 41
72 raniga, jitesh 7 56 39 53
73 Evans, Brandon 7 56 36 57
74 Kolpin, Dean 7 52 35 50
75 Wearing-Smith, Gordon 7 50 37 49
76 D’Lima, Ryan 7 43 47 43
77 Youngs, Todd 7 40 43 41
78 Mitchell, Paul 6 62 45 56
79 wise, robert 6 57 38 55
80 Cheong, Kenneth 6 53 33 53
81 Whalen, Nathan 6 52 40 51
82 phillips, jacob 6 50 38 51
83 Goh, Tim 6 50 35 50
84 Loy, Sam 6 49 41 50
85 Fanany, David 6 48 33 51
86 Evans, Henry 6 48 37 49
87 Caragan, Joe Michael 6 48 41 48
88 Ha, Anthony 6 47 37 46
89 Ferguson, Alec 6 46 38 45
90 Foster, Hayden 6 45 33 47
91 Brown, Euan 6 43 33 44
92 Williams, Lukey 6 41 50 40
93 Miller, Angus 5 39 33 42
94 McCormack, Jake 3 64 40 57
95 Vizcay-Wilson, John 3 47 33 48
96 Mckay, Angus 3 45 33 45
97 Coulston, Liam 3 44 33 45
98 Richards, Steph 3 44 33 46
99 McDonnell, Zachary 3 43 33 44
100 Coad , Jay 2 42 33 45
101 P, Adrian 0 61 33 56
102 Morhall, Jacob 0 58 33 56
103 Edwards, Hayden 0 58 33 52
104 Hughes, Brett 0 57 33 53
105 Papak , Daniel 0 48 33 47
106 Saunders, Nathan 0 45 33 46
107 king, Graham 0 41 33 42

Top 8
Rowan Millers v Brett Girvan
Oliver Oks v Calvin Fehring
Carissa Peacock v Matthew Giudes
Dylan Kidd v Tom Dowling

Top 4
Rowan v Dylan
Carissa v Oliver

Finals Dylan v Carissa

Dylan Wins

Points and archetype break down
1st – Dylan Kidd – RW Medium
Mana Crypt, Karakas, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Urza’s Saga, Wasteland

2nd – Carissa Peacock – Naya Winota
Strip Mine, Deathrite Shaman, Green Sun’s Zenith, Karakas, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Wasteland

3rd/4th – Rowan Millers – RW Medium
Mana Crypt, Karakas, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Umezawa’s Jitte, Wasteland

3rd/4th – Oliver Oks – Rug Midrange
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Gush, Force of Will

5th-8th – Calvin Fehring – Jeskai breach
Underworld Breach, Snapcaster Mage, Intuition, Gifts Ungiven, Force of Will

5th-8th – Tom Dowling – Rug Tempo
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Deathrite, Force of Will, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

5th-8th – Matthew Giudes – Rug Tempo
Deathrite, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

5th-8th – Brett Girvan – Mono Red
Mox Ruby, Lutri, the Spellchaser, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Skullclamp

9th – Russel Cutting – Blue Bots
Mana Crypt, Mana Vault, Mishra’s Workshop, Tolarian Academy, Urza’s Saga

10th – Bradley Hawkes – Blue Moon
Lutri, the Spellchaser, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Mana Drain, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer

11th – Nick Chmielewski – Hot Wheels
Mox Ruby, Mox, Sapphire, Urza’s Saga

12th – Thomas Bot – Bots
Sol Ring, Mana Vault, Workshop, Tolarian Academy, Urza’s Saga

13th – Riley Jones – Mono Red
Lutri, the Spellchaser, Strip Mine, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Wasteland

14th – Robert Lark – 4c Control
Ancestral Recall, Force of Will , Gush

15th – Gene Holland – Heroes
Mox Ruby, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Wrenn and Six, Wasteland, Karakas

16th – Michael Billinghurst – Omnath Walks
Time Walk, Skullclamp, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath

17th – Matthew Macinante – Omnath Ephemerate
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Strip Mine, Green Sun’s Zenith, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

18th – Nathan Bassar – Mono R storm
Sol Ring, Underworld Breach, Mana Vault

19th – Brandon Rashad – Midrange Breach
Underworld Breach, Gifts Ungiven, Intuition, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

20th – Michael Nixon – Bug Midrange
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Deathrite, Force of Will , Green Sun’s Zenith, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wasteland

21st – Jacob Hart – Bug Midrange
Oko, Thief of Crowns, True-Name Nemesis, Deathrite, Green Sun’s Zenith, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath

22nd – Mike Swann – 4c RecSur
Demonic Tutor, Deathrite Shaman, Profane Tutor, Skullclamp, Survival of the Fittest

23rd – Justin Cheung – Rug Tempo
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Deathrite, Force of Will, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

24th – Brennan Crawford – Breach
Underworld Breach, Lurrus of the Dream-Den, Deathrite, Intuition

25th – Alana Lamburd – Hot Wheels
Mox Ruby, Mox Sapphire, Urza’s Saga

26th – Jake Sims – Lands
Strip Mine, Fastbond, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Urza’s Saga, Wasteland, Wrenn and Six

27th – Cody Kusari – Breach
Underworld Breach, Lurrus of the Dream-Den, Deathrite, Intuition

28th – Alexander Bader – Jund
Strip Mine, Crop Rotation, Deathrite Shaman, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Wasteland, Wrenn and Six

29th – James Wilks – Rug Tempo
Deathrite, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

30th – Beckett Wolfe – Junk
Strip Mine, Deathrite Shaman, Green Sun’s Zenith, Karakas, Skullclamp, Umezawa’s Jitte

31st – Ben Newman – Grixis Oracle
Thassa’s Oracle, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Profane Tutor, Tainted Pact

32nd – Jack Ding – Mono Red
Mana Crypt, Mox Ruby, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer

33rd – Glenn Hall – Goblins
Mana Crypt, Sol Ring, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer

34th – Tim Dolphin – RG Monsters
Sol Ring, Strip Mine, Mana Vault

35th – Antoine Nguyen – Rug Tempo
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Deathrite, Force of Will, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

36th – Dougal Warby – Blue Moon
Lutri, the Spellchaser, Force of Will, Gush, Mystic Sanctuary, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Snapcaster Mage

37th – Jarrod Goodwin – Dredge
Strip Mine, Crop Rotation, Deathrite, Survival of the Fittest, Wasteland

38th – Luke Mulchay – Mono White Lurrus
Mox Pearl, Lurrus of the Dream-Den, Skullclamp, Umezawa’s Jitte

39th – Nando Nando – Goblins
Mana Crypt, Lutri, the Spellchaser, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Skullclamp

40th – Tod Thomson – Mono Red
Mana Crypt, Mox Ruby, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer

41st – Torin Kelderman – Jund
Mox Emerald, Deathrite, Green Sun’s Zenith, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Wrenn and Six

42nd – Sophie Pezzutto – UW Aggro
Mana Crypt, Mox Pearl, Skullclamp, Umezawa’s Jitte

43rd – Jared Allsop – Rug Tempo
Deathrite, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

44th – Brandon of the Void – Grixis
Lutri, the Spellchaser, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Snapcaster Mage

45th – Timothy Cheng – Lands
Strip Mine, Crop Rotation, Fastbond, Green Sun’s Zenith, Intuition, Wasteland

46th – Dillon Kikkawa – BR Aggro
Mox Jet, Strip Mine, Skullclamp, Wasteland

47th – Bryce Herbert – Junk
Strip Mine, Deathrite Shaman, Green Sun’s Zenith, Karakas, Skullclamp, Umezawa’s Jitte

48th – Liam Gibson – Breach
Underworld Breach, Lurrus of the Dream-Den, Deathrite, Intuition

49th – Cody Vanderplight – Omnath Midrange
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Deathrite, Force of Will, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

50th – Lachlan Saunders – Breach
Underworld Breach, Lurrus of the Dream-Den, Deathrite, Intuition

51st – Chris Raymond – Jeskai Breach
Underworld Breach, Intuition, Gifts Ungiven, Force of Will, Sensei’s Diving Top

52nd – Daniel king – Jeskai Tempo
Did Through Time, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Mystic Sanctuary, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer

53rd – Trent Armstrong – Mono R
Lutri, the Spellchaser, Strip Mine, Karakas, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Wasteland

54th – Connor McGillivray – Rug Tempo
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Deathrite, Force of Will, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

55th – Jon Childs – Grixis Oracle
Thassa’s Oracle, Intuition, Snapcaster Mage, Tainted Pact

56th – Ben McCoy – Channel Mirror
Demonic Tutor, Channel, Personal Tutor, Sensei’s Divining Top

57th – Alan Peng – Jund
Strip Mine, Deathrite, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer Wasteland, Wrenn and Six

58th – Shane Cutting – Hot Wheels
Mox Ruby, Mox Sapphire, Time Twister

59th – James Caesar – RW Medium
Mana Crypt, Strip Mine, Umezawa’s Jitte, Wasteland

60th – Ian McCormick – Zoo Breach
Underworld Breach, Lurrus of the Dream-Den, Intuition, Wrenn and Six

61st – Michael Leslie – Flash
Flash, Mystical Tutor, Protean Hulk, Profane Tutor

62nd – Braydon Woods – Blue Moon
Treasure Cruise, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Mystic Sanctuary, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Snapcaster Mage

63rd – Socrates Stavropolous – Rug Tempo
Strip Mine, Force of Will, Gush, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Wasteland, Wrenn and Six

64th – Matthew Dewitte – Big Red
Mana Crypt, Mana Vault, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Umezawa’s Jitte, Urza’s Saga

65th – David Gonzalez – Bots
Sol Ring, Mana Vault, Mishra’s Workshop, Tolarian Academy, Urza’s Saga

66th – Jack Jiggens – Rug Tempo
Deathrite, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

67th – Sean Brown – Lurrus Bug Shadow
Lurrus of the Dream-Den, Strip Mine, Deathrite, Force of Will, Wasteland

68th – Tim Hughes – Elf Ramp
Mox Emerald, Crop Rotation, Green Sun’s Zenith, Natural Order, Wasteland

69th – Jim Dowling – Bant Control
Dig Through Time, Oko, Thief of Crowns, Mana Drain, Snapcaster Mage, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath

70th – Sean Purdey – 4c Control
Ancestral Recall, Force of Will , Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer

71st – Alex Pace – BR Aggro
Lutri, the Spellchaser, Strip Mine, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Skullclamp, Wasteland

72nd – Jitesh Raniga – UWr Control
Sol Ring, Balance, Personal Tutor, Sensei’s Divining Top, Urza’s Saga

73rd – Brandon Evans – Bant Yorion
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Balance, Crop Rotation, Green Sun’s Zenith

74th – Dean Kolpin – Omnath Midrange
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Force of Will, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

75th – Gordon Wearing-Smith – Enchantress
Mystical Tutor, Treasure Cruise, Balance, Enlightened Tutor, Green Sun’s Zenith

76th – Ryan D’Lima – Omnath Lands
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Fastbond, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Urza’s Saga, Wasteland, Wrenn and Six

77th – Todd Youngs – Breach
Underworld Breach, lurrus of the dream den, Deathrite, Intuition

78th – Paul Mitchell – Flash
Flash, Mystical Tutor, Protean Hulk, Profane Tutor

79th – Robert Wise – Rug Tempo
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Deathrite, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Force of Will, Wrenn and Six

80th – Kenneth Cheong – Mono White
Mox Pearl, Enlightened Tutor, Karakas, Skullclamp, Umezawa’s Jitte

81st – Nathan Whalen – Rug Tempo
Deathrite, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

82nd – Jacob Phillips – Time Vault Twin
Time Vault, Force of Will, Mana Drain, Snapcaster Mage

83rd – Tim Goh – Elves
Demonic Tutor, Enlightened Tutor, Deathrite, Green Sun’s Zenith, Natural Order

84th – Sam Loy – Omanth turns (feat alluren)
Time Walk, Skullclamp, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath

85th – David Fanany – Big Red
Mana Crypt, Mox Ruby, Umezawa’s Jitte

86th – Henry Evans – Kappa Artifacts
Sol Ring, Tinker, Tolarian Academy, Urza’s Saga

87th – Joe Michael Caragan – Bug Delver
Ancestral Recall, Deathrite, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath

88th – Anthony Ha – Junk
Deathrite, Green Sun’s Zenith, Karakas, Mind Twist, Skullclamp, Umezawa’s Jitte, Wasteland

89th – Alec Ferguson – 4c Control
Dig Through Time, Treasure Cruise, Force of Will, Mana Drain, Snapcaster Mage

90th – Hayden Foster – Mono Green Channel Eldrazi
Sol Ring, Channel, Deathrite Shaman, Mana Vault

91st – Euan Brown – Naya
Strip Mine, Crop Rotation, Green Sun’s Zenith, Karakas, Skullclamp, Umezawa’s Jitte, Wasteland

92nd – Lukey Williams – Rug Tempo
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Deathrite, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Force of Will, Wrenn and Six

93rd – Angus Miller – Rug Tempo
Deathrite, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

94th – Jake McCormack – GW Midrange
Mana Crypt, Strip Mine, Skullclamp, Wasteland

95th – John Vizcay-Wilson – BR Aggro
Mox Jet, Deathrite Shaman, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Skullclamp, Wasteland

96th – Angus Mckay – Mardu Lurrus
Lurrus of the Dream-Den, Deathrite Shaman, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Mind Twist, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Urza’s Saga

97th – Liam Coulston – Jund Lands
Strip Mine, Crop Rotation, Fastbond, Urza’s Saga, Wasteland, Wrenn and Six

98th – Steph Richards – Artifact Ramp
Mana Crypt, Sol Ring, Mana Vault

99th – Zachary McDonnell – Mardu
Mox Jet, Deathrite Shaman, Skullclamp, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Umezawa’s Jitte

100th – Jay Coad – Bant Control
Oko, Thief of Crowns, Enlightened Tutor, Mystic Sanctuary, Sensei’s Divining Top, Urza’s Saga, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath

101st – Adrian P – Jeskai Artifacts
Tinker, Mana Vault, Mishra’s Workshop, Sensei’s Diviing Top, Tolarian Academy, Urza’s Saga

102nd – Jacob Morhall – Rug Tempo
Oko, Thief of Crowns , Deathrite Shaman, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Force of Will, Wrenn and Six

103rd – Hayden Edwards – BG Yawgmoth Combo
Demonic Tutor, Deathrite Shaman, Green Sun’s Zenith, Profane Tutor, Skullclamp

104th – Brett Hughes – UR Prowess
Lutri, The Spellchaser, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Mystic Sanctuary, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer

105th – Daniel Papak – Reanimator
Vampiric Tutor, Imperial Seal, Force of Will, Oath of Druids

106th – Nathan Saunders – Omnath Midrange
Lutri, the Spellchaser, Oko, Thief of Crowns, Force of Will, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

107th – Graham King – Rug Tempo
Deathrite, Dreadhorde Arcanist, Force of Will, Gush, Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath, Wrenn and Six

Massive thank you to Graham King for pulling all this deck list data together. Thank you to Angus McKay for organising these photos.