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March 2010 "Edison" Format

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+mmf    23266

Here is a fun deck I played during this format. This was one of my favorite formats because I was going X-1 at regionals with Blue Eyes
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Sykotic    8118
Blackwings so underrated because they were mostly used by noobs. I did absolutely great against quickdraw all format.

And yeah frog monarchs were also a thing this format.
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+canasian    4176

Best format always down for games

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darkruler    518

You could also add Salvo DAD to the list, although not as good as quickdraw, it was still a fun deck to play, and I'd say it was also a competitive deck.

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+mmf    23266

You could also add Salvo DAD to the list, although not as good as quickdraw

we have some prominent scholars who disagree

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darkruler    518

You could also add Salvo DAD to the list, although not as good as quickdraw

we have some prominent scholars who disagree

lol who was that had the quote sayin Salvo dad would beat quickdraw to jeff, followed by the quote sayin congrats to jeff for winning edison?

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»Jeff Jones    13405


You could also add Salvo DAD to the list, although not as good as quickdraw

we have some prominent scholars who disagree

I still love this. I laugh every time
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+mmf    23266

 

You could also add Salvo DAD to the list, although not as good as quickdraw

we have some prominent scholars who disagree

lol who was that had the quote sayin Salvo dad would beat quickdraw to jeff, followed by the quote sayin congrats to jeff for winning edison?

Inari

 

the same scholar who believed that tengu plants underperformed at big tournaments and chaos plants were better (paraphrased) and battled matt peddle at some ycs with hilarious results

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itswhatever    3286

 

 

You could also add Salvo DAD to the list, although not as good as quickdraw

we have some prominent scholars who disagree

lol who was that had the quote sayin Salvo dad would beat quickdraw to jeff, followed by the quote sayin congrats to jeff for winning edison?

Inari

 

the same scholar who believed that tengu plants underperformed at big tournaments and chaos plants were better (paraphrased) and battled matt peddle at some ycs with hilarious results

Links?

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»Barron    8053

 

 

 

You could also add Salvo DAD to the list, although not as good as quickdraw

we have some prominent scholars who disagree

lol who was that had the quote sayin Salvo dad would beat quickdraw to jeff, followed by the quote sayin congrats to jeff for winning edison?

Inari

 

the same scholar who believed that tengu plants underperformed at big tournaments and chaos plants were better (paraphrased) and battled matt peddle at some ycs with hilarious results

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idr where that thread was but someone posted the quote in this thread. my eyes hurt trying to find it but if you have time, go for it http://duelistgroundz.com/index.php?showtopic=114247&page=1

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Dawgy    2045

I would like to play this format again after I get back to my house either today or tomorrow. This format, goat format, and TGU plant format are where all of my favorite memories in this game come from.

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