Deck of the Week: Two Heads Are Better Than One


Last Wednesday saw Atlantic Games run its first ever Two-Headed Giant draft event. We decided to draft three Aether Revolt and three Kaladesh boosters, alternating which set’s booster was opened in our pairs. Each of the four pairs sat around the table together and selected two cards from each pack with each pick.

Once all six packs had been drafted, two decks of 40 cards were build from the pool and games were played.

Our winners on the night were Chris Cooper and Kris Wheeler, running a Blue-Black and Red-White deck respectively. Despite facing a deck that had managed to draft the Saheeli Cat combo(!) they managed to go 2-0 to take first place.

Congratulations guys!

Blue-Black Artifacts by Christopher Cooper

  • 1 Augmenting Automaton
  • 1 Merchant’s Dockhand
  • 1 Hope of Ghirapur
  • 1 Eager Cadet
  • 1 Aether Poisoner
  • 1 Prakhata Pillar Bug
  • 1 Workshop Assistant
  • 1 Foundry Screecher
  • 1 Defiant Salvager
  • 1 Iron-League Steed
  • 1 Filigree Crawler
  • 1 Foundry Assembler
  • 1 Herald of Anguish
  • 1 Universal Solvent
  • 1 Servo Schematic
  • 1 Die Young
  • 1 Underhanded Designs
  • 1 Metalspinner’s Puzzleknot
  • 1 Cogworker’s Puzzleknot
  • 1 Prophetic Prism
  • 2 Tezzeret’s Touch
  • 1 Fortuitous Find
  • 1 Daring Demolition
  • 1 Efficient Construction
  • 1 Spire of Indrustry
  • 7 Swamp
  • 7 Island

 

Red-White Vehicles by Kristopher Wheeler

  • 1 Thriving Grubs
  • 1 Gearshift Ace
  • 1 Trusty Companion
  • 1 Embral Gear-Smasher
  • 1 Herald of the Fair
  • 1 Deadeye Harpooner
  • 1 Glint-Sleeve Artisan
  • 1 Fairgrounds Warden
  • 1 Built to Last
  • 1 Sky Skiff
  • 1 Decommision
  • 1 Siege Modification
  • 1 Revoke Privileges
  • 1 Skywhaler’s Shot
  • 1 Mobile Garrison
  • 1 Ovalchase Dragster
  • 2 Untethered Express
  • 2 Chandra’s Revolution
  • 1 Start Your Engines
  • 1 Deft Dismissal
  • 1 Consulate Crackdown
  • 1 Aerial Modification
  • 8 Plains
  • 8 Swamp

Thanks to all who took part in this event, it was great fun to play in and is something we hope to do more of in the future on a Wednesday evening.

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About Christopher Cooper

Christopher has been playing Magic for over 15 years and has been writing about it for nearly 10. He has played nearly all formats available to him in this time, from Vintage to Draft to Commander-Planechase-Archenemy. He has a young daughter who also plays Magic, and a wife who doesn't. Christopher lives in Gloucester.

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