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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 12 Mar 2015, 11:14

Thanks for your diligent research :)

ZeSword wrote:* Worlds 1994 : all top4 available (they were on those gold-bordered decks)
I have these, but the 2nd-4th place decks all include Chaos Orb, which is not forged.

ZeSword wrote:* Worlds 1995 : a fourth deck from the top8 available (Andrea Redi, Pre-Sligh, the deck was on the archives from wizards)

* Worlds 1997 : a fifth deck from the top8 available (John Chinnock, Aggro Necro, the deck was on the dojo, with some decks that "performed well" in standard even though they didn't make it to the top8 because of poor results in extended)
Awesome, thanks!
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 12 Mar 2015, 11:21

ZeSword wrote:PS: I'm also trying to recollect old decklists from Pro Tours / Grand Prix, so if you have any information about those events, thank you in advance !

* Pro Tour Paris 1997 (the Blood Drain decks from Henning Rimkus & Sturla Bingen are not the actual lists, just wild guesses I made from the forums)
I only have Darwin Kastle's and Mike Long's decks from this Pro Tour. Thanks for the full disclosure on Rimkus & Bingen :)

I see you have some of the old Pro Tour top 8 decks I'm missing, which is great! :)

ZeSword wrote:* Grand Prix Vienna 1999 (4 decklists missing)

* Grand Prix Philadelphia 2000 (4 decklists missing)
I haven't tried gathering the Grand Prix decklists.
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby ZeSword » 12 Mar 2015, 12:12

My initial thought was to replace "legendary decks" in their history. That's why I'm trying to recollect decklists from Grand Prix as well, because we all know Trix and Jar.dec, and they were played at these GP's.

Plus it was fun to see a Counter Sliver deck arriving 2nd, defeating those neat combo decks !

For the Pro Tours I think I did my best to recollect all I could, too, but there are a lot less PT's than GP's so it's faster.

For the worlds, I'm sure there are videos available, or old magazines where we could have at least a hint of what the other guys played, but then I don't know how to search for it, though I'm sure there's a guy out there who kept every magazine and who's waiting to help ! :)
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 23 Mar 2015, 10:09

ZeSword uncovered decklists for 2 previously unforged World Championship decks:

1997: [5-8] John Chinnock - Beatdown Necro.
1995: [5-8] Andrea Redi - Pre-Sligh.

Also, I have added all forgeable sideboards to decks that previously lacked them.
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 19 May 2015, 08:06

47 (of 48) of the decks from the 2014 Magic Online Championships are forgeable:

2014 Magic Online Championship (47/48): [1] Magnus Lantto - Atarka Devotion, Elf Company, Pyromancer Control; [2] Jasper De Jong - Green-White Devotion, Melira and Company, Mentor Control; [3] Aleksa Telarov - Jund Megamorph, Burn, Delver; [4] Antonio Del Moral León - Abzan Midrange, Omni-Oath, Splinter Twin; [5] Maxime Martin - Frobots Workshop, Green-White Devotion, Urzatron; [6] Olle Råde - Atarka Devotion, Elf Company*, Pyromancer Control; [7] Shintaro Ishimura - Doomsday, Jund Megamorph, White-Blue Tron; [8] Lars Dam - Bant Megamorph, Frobots Workshop, Grixis Delver; [9] Daryl Ayers - Abzan Aggro, Delver, Jund; [10] Timothy Divelbliss - Delver, Green-White Devotion, Zoo; [11] Nathaniel Smith - Abzan Aggro, Burn, Martello Shops; [12] Martin Dang - Bant Megamorph, Frobots Workshop*, Grixis Delver*; [13] Marius Schwarze - Burn, Frobots Workshop; [14] Lucas Duchow - Abzan Aggro, Delver, Infect; [15] Sebastian Pozzo - Abzan Aggro, Affinity, Mentor Control; [16] Lukas Dusek - Esper Tokens, Mentor Control, Red Aggro.

* Deck not included because it is identical to another included deck.
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 08 Jun 2015, 09:40

The last missing 2014 Magic Online Championshið is made forgeable by the new version, 1.5.40:

2014 Magic Online Championship: [13] Marius Schwarze's Esper Dragons

Also, 1 sideboard is made forgeable:

2014 Magic Online Championship: [3] Aleksa Telarov Jund Megamorph
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 04 Sep 2015, 12:57

All the decks from the 2015 World Championship are forgeable:

2015 World Championship (48/48): [1] Seth Manfield - Abzan Control, Hexproof Auras; [2] Owen Turtenwald - Abzan Control, Affinity; [3] Paul Rietzl - Affinity, Hangarback Abzan; [4] Samuel Black - Affinity*, White Devotion; [5] Magnus Lantto - Atarka Red, Living End; [6] Martin Müller - Esper Dragons, Living End*; [7] Shaun Mclaren - Blue-Red Pyromancer, Jeskai; [8] Thiago Saporito - Abzan, Esper Dragons; [9] Ondrej Stráský - Esper Dragons*, Merfolk; [10] Yuuya Watanabe - Jeskai, White-Blue Control; [11] Paulo Vitor Damo Da Rosa - Esper Dragons*, Grixis Twin; [12] Jacob Wilson - Affinity*, Jeskai; [13] Joel Larsson - Esper Dragons*, Living End*; [14] Alexander Hayne - Affinity*, Jeskai*; [15] Martin Dang - Atarka Red, Living End*; [16] Steve Rubin - Abzan Control*, Hexproof Auras; [17] Kentaro Yamamoto - Red-Green Dragons, Temur Twin; [18] Mike Sigrist - Affinity*, Jeskai*; [19] Eric Froehlich - Jeskai, White-Black Tokens; [20] Lee Shi Tian - Hangarback Abzan, Red-White Burn; [21] Brad Nelson - Abzan Control*, Jund; [22] Antonio Del Moral León - Blue-Red Twin, Hangarback Abzan; [23] Shahar Shenhar - Jeskai*, White-Black Tokens*; [24] Ari Lax - Abzan Control, Hexproof Auras.

* Not included in the attachment because the deck is identical to another included deck.
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 15 Dec 2015, 15:45

All top 8 decks from the 2015 World Magic Cup are forgeable:

2015 World Magic Cup (24/24): [1 - Italy] Andrea Mengucci - Esper Dragons, William Pizzi - Temur Megamorph, Marco Cammilluzzi - Atarka Red; [2 - Thailand] Suttipong Popitukgul - Esper Dragons, Veerapat Sirilertvorakul - Atarka Red, Chom Pasidparchya - Abzan Midrange; [3 - France] Arnaud Soumet - Esper Dragons, Pierre Dagen - Mardu Midrange, Hichem Tedjditi - Atarka Red; [4 - Austria] Valentin Mackl - Bant Megamorph, Sebastian Fiala-Ibitz - Mardu Midrange, Nikolaus Eigner - Esper Dragons; [5 - Denmark] Christoffer Larsen - Black-White Tokens, Martin Müller - Four-Color Rally, Martin Dang - Atarka Red; [6 - Guatemala] Jose Andrés - Esper Control, Wilfredo Bojorquez - Black-Red Dragons, Christopher Virula - Red-Green Landfall; [7 - Scotland] Grant Hislop - Abzan Aggro, Stephen Murray - Jeskai, Martin Clement - Black-Red Dragons; [8 - Japan] Yuuya Watanabe - Esper Dragons, Soyo You - Atarka Red, Kenji Tsumura - Abzan Rally
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 19 May 2016, 13:26

All of the decks from the 2015 Magic Online Championship are forgeable:

2015 Magic Online Championship: [1] Niels Noorlander - 4-Color Rite, Infect, Sneak and Show; [2] Alexander Ivanov - Death's Shadow Aggro, Punishing Knight, Red-Green Goggle Ramp; [3] Jonathan Anghelescu - Naya Company, Naya Control, Omni Tell; [4] Gerry Thompson - Green-White Tokens, Jeskai Harbinger, Shardless Sultai; [5] Mitchell Manders - 4-Color Rites*, Naya Zoo, Sneak and Show*; [6] Peter Yeh - Grixis Control, Grixis Delver, Infect; [7] Joe Spanier - 4-Color Rite, Lantern Control, Miracles; [8] Sam Black - Ad Nauseam Tendrils, Black-Green Aurora, Temur Traverse; [9] Magnus Lantto - Bant Eldrazi, Dredgevine, Lands; [10] Oliver Tiu - Bant Eldrazi*, Colorless Eldrazi, Dredgevine*; [11] Bernardo Santos - Green-White Tokens, Infect, Scapeshift; [12] Daniel Gräfensteiner - 4-Color Rite, Ad Nauseam, Colorless Eldrazi; [13] Mike Sigrist - Green-White Tokens, Jund, Shardless Sultai*.

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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 05 Sep 2016, 11:11

All the decks from the 2016 World Championship are forgeable:

2015 World Championship: [1] Brian Braun-Duin - Bant Humans, Bant Eldrazi; [2] Marcio Carvalho - Bant Company, Abzan; [3] Oliver Tiu - Turbo Emrakul, Titanshift; [4] Shota Yasooka - Bant Company, Abzan Company; [5] Lukas Blohon - Jund Delirium, Scapeshift; [6] Luis Scott-Vargas - Temur Emerge, Abzan; [7] Jiachen Tao - Black-Green Delirium, White-Black Tokens; [8] Seth Manfield - Bant Spirits, Abzan; [9] Thiago Saporito - Bant Company, Abzan*; [10] Steve Rubin - Blue-Green Crush, Bant Eldrazi; [11] Mike Sigrist - Temur Emerge*, Abzan*; [12] Reid Duke - Turbo Emrakul, Jund; [13] Brad Nelson - Bant Humans, Jund; [14] Joel Larsson - Bant Humans*, Living End; [15] Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa - Temur Emerge*, Abzan*; [16] Yuuya Watanabe - Bant Humans, Goryo's Vengeance; [17] Owen Turtenwald - Bant Company, Infect; [18] Ondrej Stráský - Turbo Emrakul*, Titanshift*; [19] Samuel Pardee - Temur Emerge*, Abzan; [20] Andrea Mengucci - Bant Company, Abzan*; [21] Niels Noorlander - Bant Company, Affinity; [22] Kazuyuki Takimura - Jund Delirium, Dredge; [23] Ryoichi Tamada - Bant Company, Thing Ascension; [24] Martin Müller - Bant Humans*, Living End*

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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby friarsol » 05 Sep 2016, 14:56

Is it possible that the names can include the formats when tournaments contain multiple formats played? It'd be nice to more quickly be able to grab just all of the standard decks, or all of the modern decks when sorting outside of Forge.
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 05 Sep 2016, 15:12

friarsol wrote:Is it possible that the names can include the formats when tournaments contain multiple formats played? It'd be nice to more quickly be able to grab just all of the standard decks, or all of the modern decks when sorting outside of Forge.
Like any good programmer will tell you, anything is possible...

I would personally much prefer adding metadata to the .dck file rather than adding information to the name (of the deck? of the file?). In a perfect world we could have the format, relevant date, event, deck builder, player, etc. as part of the metadata of the file and be able to sort/filter/play random decks conforming to a selected filter.

This would provide the functionality you're looking for (without learning grep - even windows explorer supports searching the contents of a file), although perhaps not in the precise way you'd prefer.

I'm not averse to changing the way I do things to help out other people, and if lots of people (or even just 3 or 4) prefer adding the format to the file name I can do that, but I think my idea is more robust, extensible, and just plain better.
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby friarsol » 05 Sep 2016, 22:57

We do have a tags and comment metadata field? I'm not sure those fields are used inside Forge, but you can at least have some additional data with them?

Maybe adding the format as a tag could be sufficient. I wonder if there'd be a good way to add the Format so it would be meaningful over time. (Perhaps by including the date of the most recent B/R list for that format)
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 06 Sep 2016, 09:33

Here are the 2016 World Championship decks with format included as metadata. There aren't really many ways to do this, but look it over anyway :)
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Re: World Championship Decks

Postby gos » 21 Nov 2016, 11:42

All top 8 decks from the 2016 World Magic Cup are forgeable:

2016 World Magic Cup: [1 - Greece] Bill Chronopoulos - Dredge, Petros Tziotis - Abzan, Panagiotis Papadopoulos - Infect; [2 - Belgium] Jerome Bastogne - Goryo's Vengeance, Branco Neirynck - Naya Burn, Peter Vieren - Infect; [3 - Italy] Mattia Rizzi - Infect, Alessandro Portaro - Lantern Control, Alessandro Casamenti - Ad Nauseam; [4 - Belarus] Dmitry Andronchik - Jund, Ihar Klionski - Bant Eldrazi, Pavel Miadzvedski - Affinity; [5 - Finland] Lauri Pispa - Lantern Control, Matti Kuisma - Dredge, Leo Lahonen - Blue-Red Kiln Fiend; [6 - Australia] James Wilks - Dredge, Ryan Cubit - Blue-Red Kiln Fiend, David Mines - Bant Eldrazi; [7 - Ukraine] Sergiy Sushalskyy - Titanbreach, Iurii Babych - Bant Eldrazi, Artem Fedorchenko - Merfolk; [8 - Panama] Sergio Bonilla - Affinity, Manuel Succari - Blue-Red Kiln Fiend, Saul Alvarado - Bant Eldrazi
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