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Just qualified for the MOCS playoff through a Mexican themed party. pic.twitter.com/3cbDhPSpRH
— Pascal Maynard (@PascalMaynard) October 20, 2018
Well, ftp Arena, we had a good run, but you’re a good program and I need to test more standard decks. Congrats on the money, WotC.
— Sam Black (@SamuelHBlack) October 23, 2018
Let me know if you find it, please. https://t.co/ggDQbrRcEK
— William Jensen (@HueyJensen) October 19, 2018
— Martin Jůza (@MartinJuza) October 23, 2018
Since we can have two mocs monthlies this time with the first getting full, why can't we have different ones for different time zones? One for US/Latin, one for Europe and one for Asia/Apac. You can chose which one to play but only one and it's the record that qualifies anyways.
— Magnus Lantto (@MagnusLantto) October 20, 2018