Today we’ve got an article that is different than anything else we’ve published for Mythgard so far. One of the most important parts of a card game is understanding the metagame and planning your deck and your strategy accordingly. With the help from some faces that should be pretty familiar to most of our readers, I gathered some data and I’m here to tell you all about it. We’re going to be examining the play rates of different decks on
This is the third episode in the Lore Broker’s Files video series. As we continue diving into the lore behind the wonderful world of Mythgard we look now to the green Dreni faction and that super soldiers of the Volkov Project. Enjoy the dive into the Lore Broker’s Files and, as always, Spoilers ahead!
Bearsman6 adds another 1500* Essence to his Stealthy list, and decides to take it in a decidedly different COLOR direction!
My name is Warly also known as Cpt Heda, or just Heda. I’m a professional chef from Venezuela currently residing in Canada. Back in Venezuela my family owned a toy store and that’s how I was introduced to card games; Magic was my first back in Masques Block and I fell in love with the game. I spent most of my teens playing Magic nonstop until I moved to Canada. When I arrived in Canada, I took a long break
Hey there boys and girls, I’m Bitcly (But my stage name is Tom), and I’m the most professional of casuals that you’ll see in any card game. It’s fun to be at the top of the ladder, but why would you want to do it with a Tier 1 deck? If a deck or specific card is said to be only for memes, you can bet that I’m going to try and win with it. I stream a few nights
This is the Second episode in the Lore Broker series. This series continues to cover the story, lore, and theory within the world of Mythgard in short, easy to take in sections. In this episode we look at everything that makes the Empire of Parsa such a force in the world. Enjoy the journey in to the Lore Broker’s Files, as always Spoilers Ahead.
Hello everyone, I’m Sean, better known online as bearsman6. I’ve been playing video games my whole life (especially strategy and RPGs), and I was initially hooked on card games in middle school (yes, I’m that old) when a buddy introduced me to Magic the Gathering. If only I’d known back then what I know now, I’d have kept those Moxen. Oh well. I’ve bounced all over the card game world, starting with MtGO, trying Hearthstone, settling for a long time
My name is Denwop and I’m a French dude living in Chile. I speak English, French, and Spanish. I started playing MTG in 1995-1996 and was very excited about the game, as it introduced a heroic fantasy world around a strategic game. I played until 2002, before stopping to travel and start my professional life. Even without a local player base, I kept myself involved in CCGs with Hearthstone, Might and Magic, Shadowverse, Gwent, TES:L, Eternal, and now Mythgard. I’m
Hey there lads and lasses, my name is Jackson Casanova (Yes that’s real) otherwise known as TheTuneStarMaster or simply Tune Star. I’m a streamer from the land down under and member of the TRS Mythgard team. My time with card games starts, as did so many others, with Yu-Gi-Oh!, which I have played for over 15 years now and judged for 6. I’ve dabbled in Magic: the Gathering, Vanguard, Force of Will, Pokemon and just about every other TCG out there.
By accessing this page, you’ve fallen into my trap. If you are some type of small feline, curiosity has now killed you, satisfaction might bring you back soon enough. I am Tenchuu, typing from Argentina. Tenchuu is a Japanese word that means “divine retribution” or “heavenly punishment”. My 15 year old self thought was the coolest thing ever. I’ve been playing CCGs and competitive games since my very early teens, and haven’t really stopped. My main love has been Legend
Hi! I guess if you’re reading this I’m dea……. wait…. wrong document. My name is Noah and I’m the team captain for Team Rankstar’s Mythgard team. I’ve been playing card games since discovering Yu-Gi-Oh! in late 2002. I played Yu-Gi-Oh! from 2002 until 2010, when I took a short break for college. I got into Magic: the Gathering in 2012 and picked up Yu-Gi-Oh! again shortly after. I’ve also played pretty much any digital card game you can think of,
What’s up people, the names Woody, well technically it’s Lewis Woodhouse but Woody’s fine. You may have seen some of my content over on Twitch or YouTube where I go by the rather imaginative name WhatsUpWoody. I’ve always loved diving into TCG’s and CCG’s but that passion exploded when I found Dragonball Super Card Game several years back. I competed in several competitions in the game and earned a few top spots. I originally found Gwent through The Witcher 3
Markthius is a seasoned CCG player who has been creating content since early open beta. He has produced shows such as Gwent Trivia, MTGA Trivia, The Boneyard and most notably the Wild Hunt tournament series. A talented entertainer, he masterfully weaves high-level gameplay with viewer interaction to create a unique streaming experience on Twitch. He is Rankstar production manager and the lead tournament organizer in conjunction with his esports production company 98.3 Media. Alongside the Gwent Wild Hunt LANs he
Hi there, I’m Alex or EndoZoa and along with Paulo (PDMD) and Chris (Lateralus19) I am one of the first recruits for the TRS Tournament Team. I’ve been playing legends competitively for about a year now, though I took a 4 month break in the middle while future prospects for the game looked grim and ground mtgo. The announcement of TESLCS brought me back and I’ve been taking the game more seriously since, getting a top 10 ladder finish (#6