Looking into 2012, the Pro Tour will definitely be a lot different. Terry Soh takes the time to reflect on past World Championships and on how he’s grown with the Pro Tour. He also talks about his Modern deck, which he used to take 45th.
Terry Soh is inspired by his brother Joe’s brew, a U/G deck that uses fast mana and powerful endgame to overtake Caw-Blade. With the power of Dismember, U/G has everything it needs to out tempo opponents.
Monday, October 4th – How do we gain marginal utility when building and choosing our decks, sideboarding, and mulliganing? Terry Soh goes over these fundamental principles in his latest feature article!
Monday, September 13th – Who doesn’t like to fly over with Demigod of Revenge, burn with Punishing Fire, and blow up lands with Goblin Ruinblaster and Fulminator Mage? Terry Soh explains how his deck works!
Wednesday, December 23rd – With Standard currently lacking proven Control options, Terry Soh brings us an exciting strategy based on an old favorite: Solar Flare. The deck has a proven track record in a $5000 Standard Open tournament, but will it cut it against the existing metagame powerhouses? Read on to find out!
Tuesday, December 8th – While Andre Coimbra grabbed the gameâ€™s attention at Worlds with Naya Lightsaber, Terry Soh managed a fine Top 8 finish with a Naya deck that was a little offbeat in its angles of attack. Today, Terry shares his thoughts on the deck, card choices, and sideboarding plans, in perfect time for this weekendâ€™s SCG 10K St. Louis.
Terry is offically in love with the Red/Blue/Green draft strategy in Ravnica Block… so much so that he’s not played a sanctioned Limited match without forcing everyone’s favorite archetype. Today, he runs through some sample drafts – those he faced while making his most recent Grand Prix Top 8 – and mentions some interesting cards that have raised or lowered in value.
If you’re looking for Ravnica Block Limited or Constructed strategy, then scroll up to Quentin’s article or check our extensive back catalog. If, however, you’d prefer a piece that’s light on the tech but heavy on the good times, then Terry Soh’s Invitational report is the article for you!
Terry came close. Very close. Going into his last pod, he needed a result of 1-1-1 or better to slide into the Top 8. Sadly, the wheels fell off his wagon… Even so, he believes he’s cracked the RGD draft format, and he’s positive there’s only one archetype worth drafting if you’re serious about success. He drafted the same colors in every single pod at the Pro Tour… can it work for you?
Terry Soh’s Invitational card, Rakdos Augermage, has recently been revealed on MagictheGathering.com. Previous Invitational cards have sometimes been stellar – take Meddling Mage, for example – while others have been received with a little less enthusiasm. So, what does Terry himself think of the R&D spin on his creation? What strategic impications does it have on the upcoming Standard? And just how did Terry come up with his original submission? The answers are a simple click away…
Terry Soh breaks down the current Standard metagame into easy-to-digest chunks, dealing with all the top archetyps at once. He outlines the strengths and weaknesses of the current contenders, and provides some interesting sideboarding options. Couple this with preliminary thoughts on the Team Standard format, and you have a strong article for beginners and experts alike!
Terry entered Grand Prix Manila with a clear gameplan in mind. Beguiled by the power of the Blue cards, he drafted the color exclusively. In today’s article, he outlines his strategies for a number of Blue-based color combinations, and brings us tips and tricks for success when drafting RRG.