Feb
14

Reading about Spikes on Reddit

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Recalling the four types of Magic: the Gathering players, Spike is classified as the competitive player. He plays to win and enjoys winning. To accomplish this, Spike will play whatever the best deck is. Spike will copy decks off the Internet. Spike will borrow other players’ decks. Of course, the main goal in playing competitive is to win, though it is not an easy feat. That is why there are reference sites and forums for discussions of deck strategies and related topics.

One of which that I have found recently is the /r/spikes thread on Reddit. I have been checking the website because of the plain simple and straightforward approach with the discussion as well as getting to know the latest news related to Magic TCG. The spikes thread acts like listing a compilation of the strategy articles around the web. More so, you can also find threads specific to a deck archetype and the comments are all relevant to the discussion. I get to learn a new thing or two on how they strategize on certain matchups as well as on specific card choices. It is from this sub-Reddit wherein I found the decklist strategy article for Sultai Control. I have also found out that the recent Pro Tour winner wrote the Part 1 of his PT experience here. Much respect to his recognition of Spikes that somewhat helped him achieve this success.

I have bookmarked the page already and maybe will be checking it daily for updates. You just needed the right one-stop page for your M:tG strategies and somehow I think I have found one.

Check out Spikes Competitive Magic here: https://www.reddit.com/r/spikes/




Categories : Magic The Gathering