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WePlay! Artifact Mighty Triad: Agility group stage sports both qualified players and players that were invited from the previous event. Let’s make some predictions!
Group D participants and decklists
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LuckBox vs. VinKelsier
LuckBox is bringing an interesting Red-Black deck that has only two copies of Time of Triumph and a single copy of Spring the Trap. Seems like he is relying on a strong midgame carried by powerful heroes and buffs from the various Red tools like Legion Standard Bearer (x3) and Tresdin's Standards (x2). He also sports relatively cheap item list with Blink Dagger (x3) bring the most expensive one.
As the second deck composition, LuckBox chose a Mono-Blue lineup with Crystal Maiden instead of the standard Skywrath Mage. The deck also has Lost in Time and Incarnation of Selemene, one copy of each. LuckBox is counting on the control to sustain him till mana turn ten at which point he can finish the game with Bolt of Damocles (3x).
VinKelsier’s uses a Mono-Red deck, a composition that had both good and bad results yesterday. This variant doesn’t have a single copy of Smash Their Defenses!, only two ToTs, and only one Spring the Trap. The deck could create interesting plays with the combination of Double Edge and Enough Magic! (x3) to force damage on towers.
The other deck is essentially a Mono-Blue with Rix that has Stars Align and Thunderhide Alpha to finish the game. VinKelsier uses the Rix bread and butter item package with Revtel Signet Ring (x2) and Bracers of Sacrifice (x2) to take full advantage of the hero's passive.
Both players use standard archetype decks with special flavors. I’m favoring LuckBox’s roster because he uses more reliable tools and means to finish the game. This matchup might be decided by which player is better at piloting Mono-Blue.
LuckBox (2) > VinKelsier (1)
MaggoGx vs. Baize
MaggoGx made an interesting choice with Red-Green ramp, using Abaddon as the second Green hero. He also kept one copy of Jasper Daggers although Abaddon’s signature has a Purge effect. With eight mana this deck acquires many powerful tools making the ramp cards essential for an early victory.
The second deck has 4 Red heroes with Phantom Assassin as splash. MaggoGx equipped Gank (x3) and Pick Off (x2) to take advantage of PA and focused on the rest on the Red tools. Enough Magic! and Tidehunter’s Signature should give MaggoGx lots of control to survive till mana turn eight. There are also two copies of Red Mist Pillager that can force a reaction out of the opponent or snowball the game out of control.
Baize brings Mono-Red with various early game tools hoping to take control over the board during the deployment phase.
His other Black-Red gold ramp deck sports Vesture of the Tyrant (x2) and Horn of the Alpha (x1), both very good at stalling and/or finishing the game.
MaggoGx’s decks look more reliable since they don’t need high-value RNG rolls to take control of the.
MaggoGx (2) > Baize (0)
Predictions for the rest of the group
LuckBox (2) > MaggoGx (1)
VinKelsier (2) > Baize (0)
VinKelsier (2) > MaggoGx (1)
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