Magic: the Gathering
Ugin, the Spirit Dragonas wincondition and as a way to keep the board clean, since the Planeswalker is still the absolute Late-Game card in the format.
Lurrus of the Dream-Denallows the deck to have a manabase that can support using
Ramunap Ruinsas a way to have more reach, and includes a difficult to remove threat for Burn in the form of
Bonecrusher Giant. Another list that stood out to me was the 4-Color Omnath piloted by the player Rav104, using two
Part The Waterveil, trying to reproduce what some lists of the Modern archetype try to do with
Ugin, the Spirit Dragonas soon as possible, while maintains a great fair-game plan with cards like
Fall From Favorwas the fourth most played card in the tournament, with a total of 39 copies in the Top 32. And it is obvious that this would happen, since the card is extremely efficient to use, especially on decks where you tend to be able to stay ahead on the board, like Faeries, Delver and Affinity. I have been using copies of the card on my Jeskai Affinity, and my real regret at the event where I am using it is not to have put more of them in my 76 cards because the card is absurdly good in the archetype. And, apparently, the Brazilian player Hamuda had exactly the same conclusion and won the event with his list of Jeskai Affinity:
Fall From Favoror
Kor Skyfisherinteractions is something that needs to be respected from now on. On the Sunday's Challange, we've had the following Top 8: 2 Fog Tron 2 Mardu Monarch 1 Jeskai Affinity 1 Mono Blue Faeries 1 Bogles 1 Orzhov Monarch I need to point out that one of Mardu Monarch's lists, piloted by the player _Batutinha_ is using a blue splash for
Fall From Favor:
Fall From Favor, which is already among one of the most played cards of the format, this result was expected since the card spoiler and we will have to wait to see if this will become a problem in the long run or if the format can adapt.
Hullbreacherthat allows the deck to accelerate its game plan significantly by making any
Brainstormof the opponent turn into almost a
Black Lotusfor you.
Undercity Informeris legal and has grown in Magic as an archetype of its own that is gaining more and more space. While the Pioneer version still seems to be trying to find its best build, the Modern and Legacy versions already seem to be well defined and have conquered their space in the Metagame of these formats in a significant way, which means that the archetype is safe for you to invest, but that any mistake made by Wizards by the printing of certain cards, for example, a variant of
Dread Returnfrom here on out, can simply pull it from a "good deck across the formats" to a broken deck quite easily. Time will tell.