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    Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    9 Legacy proven decklists that have placed in the past 9 months at either the Starcitygames.com Open series or Grand Prix events. All with an obtainable cost of about 500.00$ or less:

    Decks with the average around 500.00$ or less:
    Dredge: Low: $400.99 Average: $489.56 High: $653.45 (price as of Dec-26th-2012 Tcgplayer)
    9th place of 91 players - Joseph Mauer - Starcitygames Legacy open - New Orleans Louisanna - Oct-28th-2012
    4 Golgari Grave-Troll
    3 Golgari Thug
    4 Ichorid
    4 Narcomoeba
    4 Putrid Imp
    4 Stinkweed Imp
    Creatures [23]
    4 Breakthrough
    4 Bridge from Below
    4 Cabal Therapy
    4 Careful Study
    1 Darkblast
    4 Faithless Looting
    4 Lion's Eye Diamond
    Spells [25]
    4 Cephalid Coliseum
    4 City of Brass
    4 Gemstone Mine
    Lands [12]
    [SIDEBOARD]
    1 Ancient Grudge
    3 Ashen Ghoul
    4 Leyline of the Void
    4 Nature's Claim
    2 Tarnished Citadel
    1 Undiscovered Paradise
    http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1064971

    Elves: Low: $387.01 Average: $461.52 High: $579.04 (price as of Dec-26th-2012 Tcgplayer)
    2nd place of 1,345 players - Lukas Maurer - Grand Prix Ghent - July-21st-2012
    2 Birchlore Rangers
    4 Elvish Visionary
    2 Ezuri, Renegade Leader
    3 Fyndhorn Elves
    4 Heritage Druid
    3 Llanowar Elves
    4 Nettle Sentinel
    4 Priest of Titania
    3 Quirion Ranger
    1 Regal Force
    4 Wirewood Symbiote
    Creatures [34]
    1 Crop Rotation
    4 Glimpse of Nature
    4 Green Sun's Zenith
    Spells [9]
    1 Dryad Arbor
    6 Forest
    3 Gaea's Cradle
    1 Horizon Canopy
    1 Pendelhaven
    5 Snow-Covered Forest
    Lands [17]
    [SIDEBOARD]
    3 Faerie Macabre
    1 Gaddock Teeg
    1 Krosan Grip
    3 Meekstone
    1 Mortarpod
    2 Pithing Needle
    1 Scattershot Archer
    1 Scavenging Ooze
    1 Umezawa's Jitte
    1 Viridian Shaman
    http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1031215

    Belcher: Low: $320.38 Average: $401.41 High: $541.09 (price as of Dec-26th-2012 Tcgplayer)
    10th place of 204 players - Tyler King - Starcitygames Legacy open - Indianapolis Indiana - Oct-21st-2012
    4 Elvish Spirit Guide
    4 Simian Spirit Guide
    4 Street Wraith
    4 Tinder Wall
    Creatures [16]
    4 Chrome Mox
    4 Desperate Ritual
    4 Empty the Warrens
    4 Gitaxian Probe
    4 Goblin Charbelcher
    4 Land Grant
    3 Lion's Eye Diamond
    4 Lotus Petal
    4 Manamorphose
    4 Pyretic Ritual
    4 Rite of Flame
    Spells [43]
    1 Taiga
    [SIDEBOARD]
    0 Cards
    http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1062233

    Burn: Low: $105.49 Average: $145.31 High: $250.21 (price as of Dec-26th-2012 Tcgplayer)
    14th place of 350 players - Jay Shield - Starcitygames Legacy open - Washington DC USA - Aug-5th-2012
    4 Goblin Guide
    4 Grim Lavamancer
    4 Hellspark Elemental
    4 Keldon Marauders
    Creatures [16]
    4 Chain Lightning
    2 Faithless Looting
    2 Fireblast
    2 Incinerate
    4 Lava Spike
    4 Lightning Bolt
    4 Price of Progress
    4 Rift Bolt
    Spells [26]
    2 Barbarian Ring
    16 Mountain
    Lands [18]
    [SIDEBOARD]
    4 Faerie Macabre
    1 Pyroblast
    1 Red Elemental Blast
    4 Smash to Smithereens
    2 Sulfuric Vortex
    3 Volcanic Fallout
    http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1035304

    MUD: Low: $409.62 Average: $504.81 High: $765.51 (price as of Dec-26th-2012 Tcgplayer)
    16th place of 141 players - Zac Hicks - Starcitygames Legacy open - Birmingham Alabama - Apr-22nd-2012
    1 Blightsteel Colossus
    4 Goblin Welder
    4 Kuldotha Forgemaster
    3 Lodestone Golem
    4 Metalworker
    1 Sundering Titan
    4 Wurmcoil Engine
    Creatures [21]
    2 Blood Moon
    4 Grim Monolith
    2 Lightning Greaves
    2 Lotus Petal
    1 Mindslaver
    2 Mox Opal
    1 Sensei's Divining Top
    1 Spine of Ish Sah
    1 Staff of Domination
    1 Trash for Treasure
    2 Trinisphere
    2 Voltaic Key
    Spells [21]
    4 Ancient Tomb
    1 Buried Ruin
    4 City of Traitors
    2 Darksteel Citadel
    4 Great Furnace
    1 Hall of the Bandit Lord
    2 Mountain
    Lands [18]
    [SIDEBOARD]
    2 Chalice of the Void
    3 Culling Scales
    1 Duplicant
    2 Pithing Needle
    2 Spellskite
    1 Steel Hellkite
    2 Tormod's Crypt
    1 Trinisphere
    1 Witchbane Orb
    http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1003378

    Affinity: Low: $268.27 Average: $335.68 High: $485.99 (price as of Dec-26th-2012 Tcgplayer)
    11th place of 175 players - Kevin Green - Starcitygames Legacy open - Providence Rhode Island - Oct-14th-2012
    4 Arcbound Ravager
    4 Etched Champion
    2 Master of Etherium
    4 Ornithopter
    4 Phyrexian Revoker
    3 Signal Pest
    Creatures [21]
    3 Tezzeret, Agent of Bolas
    Planeswalkers [3]
    4 Cranial Plating
    4 Galvanic Blast
    4 Mox Opal
    3 Springleaf Drum
    4 Thoughtcast
    Spells [19]
    2 Darksteel Citadel
    3 Great Furnace
    1 Island
    1 Mountain
    2 Scalding Tarn
    4 Seat of the Synod
    4 Vault of Whispers
    Lands [17]
    [SIDEBOARD]
    2 Duress
    2 Mindbreak Trap
    1 Nihil Spellbomb
    3 Oblivion Ring
    1 Pithing Needle
    1 Relic of Progenitus
    3 Smelt
    1 Thoughtseize
    1 Tormod's Crypt
    http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1058823

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    !Bonus Section! !3 more decklists! !Bonus Section!
    (A non blue splash version of reanimator, & 2 other decklists that have a low end price around 500.00$)

    Mono black Reanimator: Low: $336.67 Average: $421.13 High: $601.87 (price as of Dec-26th-2012 Tcgplayer)
    16th place of 174 players - Jeremy Hollar - Starcitygames Legacy open - Dallas Texas - Mar-11th-2012
    1 Blazing Archon
    1 Inkwell Leviathan
    1 Iona, Shield of Emeria
    2 Putrid Imp
    1 Sphinx of the Steel Wind
    1 Terastodon
    Creatures [7]
    4 Buried Alive
    4 Dark Ritual
    4 Duress
    4 Entomb
    4 Exhume
    4 Lotus Petal
    4 Reanimate
    4 Rhystic Tutor
    4 Unmask
    Spells [36]
    17 Swamp
    Lands [17]
    [SIDEBOARD]
    4 Doomsday
    1 Emrakul, the Aeons Torn
    1 Island
    1 Laboratory Maniac
    4 Leyline of Sanctity
    1 Shelldock Isle
    3 Show and Tell
    http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=988541

    Decks with the Low end around 500.00$:
    Liliana Pox: Low: $451.98 Average: $571.72 High: $788.64 (price as of Dec-26th-2012 Tcgplayer)
    14th place of 223 players - Dustin Cristos - Starcitygames Legacy open - Las Vegas Nevada - July-22nd-2012
    2 Nether Spirit
    Creatures [2]
    4 Liliana of the Veil
    Planeswalkers [4]
    3 Cursed Scroll
    3 Dark Ritual
    2 Duress
    4 Hymn to Tourach
    4 Innocent Blood
    4 Inquisition of Kozilek
    2 Ratchet Bomb
    1 Sensei's Divining Top
    3 Sinkhole
    4 Smallpox
    Spells [30]
    3 Bojuka Bog
    4 Mishra's Factory
    12 Swamp
    3 Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth
    4 Wasteland
    Lands [26]
    [SIDEBOARD]
    3 Engineered Plague
    2 Extirpate
    3 Nihil Spellbomb
    3 Perish
    2 Pithing Needle
    1 Ratchet Bomb
    1 Surgical Extraction
    http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1030581

    Goblins: Low: $549.60 Average: $660.73 High: $898.98 (price as of Dec-26th-2012 Tcgplayer)
    5th place of 311 players - Anthony Eason - Starcitygames Legacy Invitational - Atlanta Georgia - Sept-22nd-2012
    4 Gempalm Incinerator
    1 Goblin Chieftain
    4 Goblin Lackey
    4 Goblin Matron
    3 Goblin Piledriver
    4 Goblin Ringleader
    1 Goblin Sharpshooter
    4 Goblin Warchief
    1 Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker
    1 Krenko, Mob Boss
    2 Mogg War Marshal
    1 Siege-Gang Commander
    1 Skirk Prospector
    1 Stingscourger
    1 Tuktuk Scrapper
    Creatures [33]
    4 AEther Vial
    Spells [4]
    4 Cavern of Souls
    11 Mountain
    4 Rishadan Port
    4 Wasteland
    Lands [23]
    [SIDEBOARD]
    4 Faerie Macabre
    2 Pyroblast
    3 Pyrokinesis
    2 Red Elemental Blast
    4 Thorn of Amethyst
    http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1051405
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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Burn is not a deck :P
    Good list <3

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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Unfortunately none of those decks pack many cards which can be used to build other decks. Belcher (LED, Taiga, Chrome Mox) seems the best in that regard. I don't think it's worth investing in a deck like Elves or Dredge if you aren't sure you really want to play them. Better to save money for a deck you really like.
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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Thanks for putting this type of info together. Helps to analyze what key pieces are used and can be re-used in other decks.

    On the opposite spectrum of what this post is after, I wonder what the most expensive (but competitive) decks are now. Stax with Tabernacles, High Tide with Candles, or a blue control deck with Jace and a bunch of duals?

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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    High end 3,500$ + decklists:
    Aluren: Low end: $2,671.40 Average: $2,964.99 High end: $3,638.31
    ~3rd place Martin Goldman-Kirst Seattle SCG open Nov-18th-2012 http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1070595

    U/B Planeswalker Stax: Low end: $2,303.56 Average: $2,730.79 High end: $3,633.22
    ~13th place, Zack Strait Providence SCG open May-6th-2012 http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1008107

    BUG Control: Low end: $2,524.32 Average: $2,892.51 High end: $3,522.96
    ~1st place Marco Cammilluzzi Cammilluzzi D-Day V Portugal Europe Mar-10th-2012 http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1054902
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    Legacy http://www.mtgthesource.com/forums/showthread.php?24023
    Legacy under $500 http://www.mtgthesource.com/forums/showthread.php?25253
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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Quote Originally Posted by feline View Post

    U/B Planeswalker Stax: Low end: $2,303.56 Average: $2,730.79 High end: $3,633.22
    ~13th place, Zack Strait Providence SCG open May-6th-2012 http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1008107
    So what you're telling me is that the decision to build UB Planeswalker based on the 1x Baleful Strix I had sitting around was terribly fiscally...

    Good thing I didn't do the math while I was buying...
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    I'm loving the UB Stax deck with zero Smokestack.

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    Cool article but the better version of elves now runs bayous and a savannah. If you update this thread, make sure to update that too. Appreciate the work though!

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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Still hate these threads. The low prices are way over what people should reasonably be paying and the high prices are a complete joke.

    I built a powered vintage MUD deck for the supposed "high end" price of a Legacy UB Stax deck? Whatever you say TCG Player.

    These threads just scare people out of the format by putting unrealistic pricetags on decks you can put together much cheaper if you take your time and shop around.

    I still say if anyone wants to buy any of my decks for the TCG player "low" price, fucking sold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie View Post
    Burn is not a deck :P
    Legacy wasn't a format when Burn became a DTB.

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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    You have to take into account the environment people will be playing in: the friendly local gaming store (FLGS).

    At a FLGS, a few things happen:
    1) People begin to recognize other people, and recall the decks they play.
    2) The same people come every week.

    Now, the problem with most of the decks you've posted above, is that while they are good, they are also very easy to hate out. Someone might bring dredge or burn, and do well for 1-3 weeks, before everyone else adapts. Now, your friend who just started playing the game is just getting stomped because either nobody is bringing a deck against which he has a good matchup, or everyone is bringing powerful and effective sideboard tech.

    Nobody is going to continue playing if they just lose every week.

    Of the above, I'd recommend:
    Elves -- Most people are going to come at you with Punishing Fire or Enchantments. Green can obviously remove enchantments, and PFire can be beaten by adding in a Natural Order for Progenitus win.
    MUD -- A clever player will be able to tune this deck to dodge the hate.
    Goblins -- Have them proxy it up and jam it against Stoneblade for a million hours. If they still want to play, or have found a way to win, then goblins is going to be a fine choice.

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    I'd recommend Belcher first but a build with Burning Wish. Once you get the reasoning behind a storm deck you can take off the training wheels and go for ANT or T.E.S.. That' basically what I did and both skill set wise and financially it was a smooth transition.

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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Gee; where is all this hate coming from? Feline has done a great job here. Apart from Dredge, all these lists have got a top 16 place at events with more than 100 players. That probably means they won back there entry free in prizes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Malakai View Post
    You have to take into account the environment people will be playing in: the friendly local gaming store (FLGS).
    At a FLGS, a few things happen:
    1) People begin to recognize other people, and recall the decks they play.
    2) The same people come every week.
    We get twelve of the same twenty people every week for our FLGS Legacy event. Just because you know what most people play not mean you can win against all of them. I would much rather play against an opponent with one of these decks or a decent Modern deck than some of the trash homebrew I do play against some weeks.
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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Great article Feline :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lyracian View Post
    Gee; where is all this hate coming from? Feline has done a great job here. Apart from Dredge, all these lists have got a top 16 place at events with more than 100 players. That probably means they won back there entry free in prizes.


    We get twelve of the same twenty people every week for our FLGS Legacy event. Just because you know what most people play not mean you can win against all of them. I would much rather play against an opponent with one of these decks or a decent Modern deck than some of the trash homebrew I do play against some weeks.
    Dredge is doing just fine too. :)
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    Great article! Thanks for writing.

    A Merfolk list with Mishra's Factory instead of Mutavaults you can buy on TCGPlayer for $540, and they could just work up to them or something. That list still includes Wastelands, Forces, Vials, Standstills, etc. Could be a possible deck to add. They could also do the same thing without Wastelands (though that seems way worse).

    This is the list:

    Creatures [22]
    2 Phantasmal Image
    4 Cursecatcher
    4 Lord of Atlantis
    4 Master of the Pearl Trident
    4 Merrow Reejerey
    4 Silvergill Adept

    Instants [11]
    2 Daze
    2 Dismember
    3 Spell Pierce
    4 Force of Will


    Enchantments [3]
    3 Standstill

    Artifacts [4]
    4 Aether Vial

    Lands [20]
    4 Mishra's Factory
    4 Wasteland
    12 Island

    Either way, good article. :)

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    How much does Nic Fit cost at this point? I know that A lot of lists run like 4 Bayous, but I built a GB version with just one bayou (eventually saved up and got a second one) and it was fine. And Nic Fit is a very sweet deck that plays a lot of very powerful cards: Senseis Top, Abrupt Decay, Pernicious Deed, Cabal Therapy, and Green Sun's Zenith. I usually direct players towards that deck since you get to play somewhat similar to standard in that you are slamming a bunch of sweet value dudes.
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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Quote Originally Posted by nudon View Post
    Dredge is doing just fine too. :)
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    Good job feline!
    I never said it was not but the one quoted in the first post was only played at an event with 91 players.

    Quote Originally Posted by feline View Post
    Dredge:
    9th place of 91 players - Joseph Mauer - Starcitygames Legacy open - New Orleans Louisanna - Oct-28th-2012
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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Quote Originally Posted by feline View Post
    [color="black"]High end 3,500$ + decklists:
    Aluren: Low end: $2,671.40 Average: $2,964.99 High end: $3,638.31
    ~3rd place Martin Goldman-Kirst Seattle SCG open Nov-18th-2012 http://magic.tcgplayer.com/db/deck.asp?deck_id=1070595
    Maybe Imperial Recruiter list. 1-2 duals, and fetches are most expensive things beside Force of Wills in a deck.

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    Re: Get your friend's into the format! Legacy viable decks averaging 500.00$ & under!

    Thanks for this article, Feline.

    I personally think it is important that people have an idea of the 'investment' Legacy implies when it comes to play in tournaments. Because Legacy is an awesome format when it comes to deckbuilding due to the pool of cards at our disposal but not all the crazy ideas will ever work in a tournament. So if a player is willing to have fun playing a competitive deck (and is ready to spend some money for it), having such price list is quite helpful. Plus apart from Burn (which I personally like), these decks aren't 'no-brainers' and they all (including Burn) need to be played over and over again before they actually lead you to any results in tournament. The choice of the decks is really good in that matter too.

    At last, it also demonstrates that to play in legacy, you are not forced to automatically buy a playset of FoW and a playset of Underground Sea. You can totally do great without them.

    This being said, TCG prices are an indicator only. Doesn't mean one cannot give her/himself 6 months to gather every cards and therefore get the whole deck for a lower price than indicated. Dunno every online shops there are in the US but in Europe, we would rather use a website like magiccardmarket for instance as a reference.

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