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Adaptability: Play as aggro before sideboard and as control after the sideboard. Or vice versa. Aggro: Cause 20 damage to your opponent in first 5 turns. Archetype: Play the tournament against three different archetypes. Blank: Turn one of your opponent's cards into a dead card. Board Stall: Build the situation where neither player can profitably attack. And wait for your Bomb. Board Sweepers: Destroy many creatures at once. Bomb: Build the deck around the card which is so powerful that it will determine the game all on its own. Bottleneck: Make the opponent bottlenecked on mana - he or she has more things to spend mana on than he or she has mana available Bounce: Return own creature to your hand to save it from death. Burn: Make the lethal damage to your opponent using the spells that can deal damage to players Card Advantage: Trade one your card for two cards of your opponent in any way Card Quality: Demonstarte how your High-Impact Cards disable opponent's Low-Impact Cards Card Quantity: Play the tournmanet without any mulligans. Chump Block: Win the game due to block with a creature in order to preserve your life total, even though yours will be the only creature dying in the exchange. Combat Trick: Affect the board state in your favor during combat phase using Instants. Consistency: Build the deck using at least three modal spells, mana sinks or cards with "X" in mana cost. Control: Build a deck focused on shutting down the opponent, and only wins the game later, at its own convenience. Counterdraft: Spend a pick taking a card out of the draft, so no one else can have it. Creature Land: Win the game using a land with the ability to become a creature. Critical Mass: Build the deck around the strategy, where you don't want to trade you creatures until you build the critical mass for attacks. Damage Race: With tha game when neither player can take firm control of the game, and both players are trying to win the game before the other. (Also called "racing.") Dead Card: Lose the game with a card in the hand which you got in your opening hand. Deck Your Opponent: Force your opponent to run out of cards in his/her library and lose the game. Diversifying: build the deck to attack from a variety of angles: you need to include at least one creature, planeswalker, enchantment, instant, sorcery and artifact. Dodge: Create a situation where part of a spell or ability cannot affect you. Early Stage: play at least 4 spells with different manacost in first 5 turns, for example (2,3,4,5 or 1,2,3,4) Elephant Method: Writing out ideal realistic lists for all matchups and then trying to make the unique cards in those lists add up to 75 cards before deciding on the specific 60 for the main deck and the specific fifteen for the sideboard. Evasion: Build the deck based on evasion strategy (Flying or any other ability that makes a creature difficult to block). Filler: Buid the deck with a filler in the required mana slot. Flexible: Build the deck which includes modal spell, mana sink and cards with "X" in mana cost Focus: Build the deck which is focused on clear strategy and describe it to your opponent before the game. Win the game using the strategy. Format-Defining: Build the deck around the format-defining card. Going Through the Motions: Shake the hand to your opponent when you lost and say something good about his level of play. Hate Cards: Build the sideboard with hate cards included and leverage them in game 2. High-Impact Card: Build the deck with at least 4 High-Imact cards. Incidental card advantage: Build the deck around the planeswalker and gain the incidental card advantage using it Inevitability: Build a virtual guarantee that you will win if the game goes on indefinitely. Initiative: Attack very aggressively with your creatures, bluff the opponent that you have combat tricks. Investment: Build the deck with at least two ramp spells. Late Stage: Win the game on turn 20 or later. Line-Up Theory: Win the Aggro deck mirror match Linear Strategy: Trade at least 5 creatures to win the game. Main Deck: End the tournament without any dead cards. Mana Base: Build the deck with 10 or more instances of mana colors. Mana Curve: Build the deck using not more than 5 cards in each mana slot . Mana Efficiency: Win the game using all the mana every turn Mana Fixing: build the deck using more than two mana fixes. Mana Flooded: build the deck which is reliable to mana flood due to specific mechanics. Mana Hosed: mulligan two-landers. Mana Sink: build the deck with at least 3 mana sinks. Midrange: Win the tournament using the Midrange deck Mill: Win the tournament using the Mill deck Modal Spell: Build the deck with at least 3 modal spells included Netdecking: Force someone to netdeck your list Open Color: Identify open color during the draft and build the deck in it. Out: When your hand is empty, think about what card do you want to draw, name it, show to your opponent if you was lucky to draw it. Overdrafted: Identify the overdrafted color and force your opponents to fight for it. Permission Spells: Build the deck around at least 3 counterspells Power: Build the 3 colored Power cards deck and win the tournament Predicting the Metagame: Thinking ahead about what decks your opponents are likely to build and build your deck to win them all. Priority: play two spells in a row without passing the priority to your opponent. Proactive: Win the game using your game plan without the attention to game plan of your opponent, but identifying it. Pushing a Tempo Advantage: Use your removal spells to get rid of opponent's blockers before attack and win the game. Reach: Win the game against the evasion deck using Reach creatures as efficient blockers. Reactive: Build the deck to answer threats of your opponents and win the tournament. Sequencing: Plan the entire turn before you even drop a land. Plan your answers during the opponent's turn. Win the game. Sideboard: Win the game using at least 3 cards from sideboard Signals: Force your opponent to draft the color which yu want him to draft. Situational: Build the deck without any situational cards in it and win the tournament Slowroll: Bluff the opponent to slowroll and win the game due to your bluffing. Splashing: Build the deck with a Bomb not in your maindeck. Win the tournament. Spot Removal: Build the deck with at least 5 spot removals. Stack: Play the game with 4 or more spells in the stack Staying Open: Stay open until the third booster and win the tournament Symmetric Effect: Play sweeper and gain the card advantage Synergy: Build the tribal deck and win the tournament Tempo: Board presence. Win the tempo match against another tempo deck. Tier System: build your own preferred pick orders list and draft the deck where is only tier-1 and tier-2 cards. Win the tournament. Transformational Sideboard: change not less than 10 cards before game 2. Turning the Corner: play defensively before turn 10, keeping opponent in 20 or more life. Kill him after that in just four turns. Two-to-Five Lands Strategy: A basic mulligan strategy that instructs you to keep your hand if you have between two and five lands, and mulligan if you have zero, one, six, or seven lands. Win the game after such mulligan. Versatile: Win the mirror Control match Virtual Card Advantage: Build the virtual card advantage by one blocker who forces your opponent to skip his attack phase even though he has more than 2 creatures on the board Win Condition: Build the Control with only one creature and win a game. Not a Zero-Sum Game: play three draws in a row