Top MTG And FAB Decks From SCG CON Indianapolis

Check out the decklists from each major event at SCG CON Indianapolis

Iyslander, Stormbind illustrated by Alexander Mokhov

SCG CON Indianapolis is in the books. Check out the winners from all the events and decklists from the Modern $10K and $5K.

The Calling

Michael Hamilton won the Flesh and Blood Calling with Iyslander, Stormbind, tallying his third Calling title to go with his Worlds and US Nationals trophies.

Michael Hamilton

Hamilton continues to prove he is the best player in Flesh and Blood, winning his third Calling with Iyslander, following the latest Banned & Suspended announcement nerfing the Elemental Wizard. Hamilton defeated Charles Dunn, on Oldhim, Grandfather of Eternity, in the finals to repeat as Calling Indianapolis champion with a win last year with Bravo, Star of the Show.

Hamilton’s winning Iyslander deck can be seen below.

Despite the banning of Winter’s Wail and suspension of Hypothermia and Amulet of Ice, the Top 8 of the Calling still had seven Ice heroes. The elimination rounds featured five copies of Oldhim, two copies of Iyslander, and a single copy of Briar, Warden of Thorns in the hands of Tariq Patel, a former US national champion and current Canadian national champion.

The Ice heroes dominated the end of the tournament, but Iyslander and Oldhim combined for just over 20 percent of the Day 2 field. Briar was the most-played hero on Day 2, at 27 copies of the 105 players to reach the second day of competition. Fai, Rising Rebellion, and Lexi, Livewire, were the next most played heroes on Day 2 at 13 and nine copies, respectively.

Top 8 decklists can be found on the Flesh and Blood decklist page.

Phyrexia: All Will Be One Limited $20K

Brian Zilles won the Phyrexia: All Will Be One Limited $20K, emerging on top of the field after eight rounds of Sealed and three Drafts.

Brian Zilles

Zilles won the Top 8 single-elimination draft, featuring players like Sam Black and Grand Prix Miami 2015 winner Daniel Cecchetti. Zilles took home $3,000 and an invite to the Regional Championship at DreamHack Dallas in June.

Modern $10K

Casey Ryback won the Modern $10K on Sunday with Living End.

Casey Ryback

Ryback defeated AJ Cozzo on Izzet Midrange in the finals and both players qualified for the Regional Championship at DreamHack Dallas in June.

View the Top 16 decklists from the Modern $10K.

Modern $5K

Owen Schang won the Modern $5K on Saturday with Five-Color Indomitable Creativity.

Owen Schang

Schang collected the $1,500 first-place prize and the qualification for the Regional Championship at DreamHack Dallas in June.

View the Top 16 decklists from the Modern $5K.

SCG CON returns with more Magic: The Gathering and Flesh and Blood action in Charlotte on March 3-5. Enjoy the fan appreciation events that include a $10 entry-fee Modern $10K and a $20 entry-fee Modern $20K. SCG CON will also bring special guests Sheldon Menery and The Professor to Charlotte. Come meet and play Commander with these two legends of the game!

Flesh and Blood players have plenty to enjoy with Armory events on Friday, a Battle Hardened on Saturday, and a Professional Tournament Invitational on Sunday. Register for SCG CON Charlotte events today.