04/20/2020 by Alec Geissler
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How's it going everyone? I'm glad to be back and bringing you yet another pretty "out there" deck concept bringing itself back with the release of Rebel Clash. If you aren't subscribed, I highly recommend you go ahead and subscribe to read it. I'm going to be coming out with a lot of more content and you get access to all of our other content here on the website which is definitely worth. I've been really focused on the "out there" decks mainly due to the variety of content we bring on the site that I like being the one to bring the change in the "normal" decks. Enough for the introduction, let's go right ahead and get into it. Today's article: Lost March.
If you haven't read the set list for Rebel Clash and V-Max Rising, you probably question why Lost March is relevant again? The answer to that question is a card called Twin Energy which is basically the same thing as Double Colorless Energy. The whole reason why Lost March was able to succeed/see play in the past was due to Double Colorless Energy. In addition to Twin Energy, we get the benefit of Boss's Order to sort of revive the Guzma effect that we once had. Lost March was a one and done sort of deck with the peak performance at Roanoke regionals in 2018. We saw Charlie Lockyer explode through day 1 finishing off with a flawless 9-0 performance leading him to a Top 8 finish. Noel Totomoch and Connor Finton also played the deck bringing in a Top 32 and a Top 64 finish. Even though we saw the deck get a few Top 4's at SPE's and another Top 64 finish at Harrogate regionals, we haven't saw the deck win an event or perform as well as Charlie did. I think the deck has a lot of potential to be a powerhouse again, so let's hop into the rest of the article.
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