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Draft Video: Zendikar Rising – Draft 1

Join me as I navigate a best of three traditional draft of Zendikar Rising on Arena! Below is a link to the videos (there are three parts).

Two things to keep in mind:

  1. Arena hiccuped on me while I was attempting to start my first match. So you’ll hear me mention that while I’m playing, but I ended up still being able to play all three rounds.
  2. My family came home towards the end of the draft, so don’t mind their talking in the background. The interruptions should be brief!

Link to draft videos

Please comment below if you’d like to see more content on Quiet Speculation like this. I can provide more Arena draft videos and Standard/Historic play if there’s enough interest! Thanks for watching!

Post categories: Arena, Drafting, Zendikar Rising


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Sigmund Ausfresser

Sigmund Ausfresser

Sigmund first started playing Magic when Visions was the newest set, back in 1997. Things were simpler back then. After playing casual Magic for about ten years, he tried his hand at competitive play. It took about two years before Sigmund starting taking down drafts. Since then, he moved his focus towards Legacy and MTG finance. Now that he's married and works full-time, Sigmund enjoys the game by reading up on trends and using this knowledge in buying/selling cards.

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