Author: Tom Kellock

Tom has played Magic since Alara block. He became quickly enamoured with Legacy after being strangled by a Pox and 43 Lands deck in 2011 while piloting Affinity. This experience also started a love of Prison strategies in a manner typical of Stockholm Syndrome sufferers. He now only really plays Legacy, with Top8's in Europe at BoM and here in the UK.

London Legacy Monthly – July

Welcome back for July’s London Legacy Monthly tournament report! This month, after a few shaky early weeks of signups we suddenly and out of the blue, hit capacity! 50 players signed up, 49 of whom made it to the pub to sling some cards. To add to the excitement we announced the new website, LondonLegacyMonthly.com […]

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The current state of the London Metagame

Over the weekend of the 24th and 25th of June both Axion and Lonon Legacy Monthly held Legacy events. Axion had 37 players while LLM had 38. Below I will give you the run down of all the decks played in each event, the Top 8s for both events and the combined metagame accounting for […]

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Legacy League with Stax

Decks built around have been rather a fringe player in Legacy and Vintage for a while as the game has gotten more and more efficient. However, this hasn’t stopped people like me consistently trying to make it work! The deck I ran through the league was built originally by Charlie-in-the-Mox who has been jamming something […]

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Inspiration

This article is about the pieces of Magic content, that over the years, have inspired us. It could be for any reason. Nostalgia, great writing, important theory or perhaps it taught us something integral about the game or ourselves. Most of these are about how to approach Magic itself, not just discussions of specific decks or […]

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London Legacy Monthly – March

It was a beautiful spring day in central London at the Clerkenwell Craft Beer Pub for the third London Legacy Monthly. This time Callum had a brain fart and we had 33 registered players! I acted the martyr and dropped so there would be no byes until the later rounds and we had the magic number […]

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