Aether Revolt PreRelease First Place Deck

Aether Revolt PreRelease Deck Tech First Place
Deck As you may know, Papa Mage got first place
at our PreRelease Many of you asked, so we will show you his
deck now. Welcome Young Mage I’m The Rhino. Young Mage is devoted to reaching and teaching
young mages of all ages. Subscribe now to show your support. And don’t forget to tap that bell down below
to get notifications of all the cool stuff coming soon. Before I show you the deck, let me first tell
you a little bit about how I go about building sealed decks. The most important thing is to know the cards. You don’t want to be spending a lot of time
reading cards and trying to figure out what they do. I know a lot of you probably don’t have
even a couple of hours to do this before a PreRelease, that’s why we created the PreRelease
Guide. It’s no substitute for having a working
knowledge of all the cards, but it’s better than nothing. When you open your packs, I know you are going
to be tempted to look at those sweet rares you got. If you want to get your deck built fast don’t
worry about it. You want to sort your cards by color and rarity
first. I put all of the common closest to me, then
uncommons and then the rares and mythics. Once you’ve opened all of your packs you
should get a feel really quick which colors will be your best choices. If you don’t have any good bombs in a particular
color, that color may not be right for you. The bombs are often the rares, but sometimes
you have some great uncommon or even common cards that can win you the game. When selecting cards, go for flying creatures
as much as possible. You will need a fairly large creature base. Attempting to create a combo or control deck
for sealed isn’t a good idea. In sealed play, creatures win the game. Flying creatures dominate the game. This isn’t true 100% of the time, but it
is probably 98% of the time. You will want a two color deck. I did make a mono colored deck once since
I had a lot of cards in that single color. It wasn’t pretty. I have done three colors before as well, but
if the set doesn’t have a lot of buddy lands or other ways to fix your mana, 3 color is
dangerous. And finally, build a 40 card deck… exactly
40 cards. 17 lands, 17 creatures and 6 spells. You can go up and down a bit on the creatures
and spells, but stick to 17 lands. So now on to my deck: Tell me what you think in the comments below. What do you think of his deck? We have some fun things coming up soon so keep a lookout for our videos. Make sure you click like on each of my videos, it helps out a lot. Don’t forget to subscribe, if you haven’t already. And there are a few things here and here that may interest you. I have more videos coming out soon.
And until then, Rhino out.

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20 thoughts on “Aether Revolt PreRelease First Place Deck

  1. i assume you had a great pool papa mage! colorless rares and a white mythic. congratz on your 1st place finish and i counted 35 'umm's 😛

  2. Great video! It's really useful to see how to make a good sealed deck. Well done on winning and for getting 500 subs 🙂 I counted about 25 umms.

  3. That's a well constructed deck. I appreciate how Papa Mage explained his process for deck building at a pre-release. With more tutoring from a wise player like Papa Mage, it won't be long before Rhino gets a tournament win of his own.

  4. Hey Papa mage! This is a really well build deck. You got lucky with the pulls there. I was just wondering if it would be a good idea to add 2 more removals and remove the gearhulk and walking balista, just to deal with some pesky big creatures.

  5. how many times did Papa mage say "umm" in the black lotus story? I wana say 39 "umm" 's were said in that video from what i counted.

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