I’ve been playing MtG for a long time now, and as of late, I only play and follow Legacy, Vintage, and EDH formats. The following is a few selected decklists that I created and have played with. You’ll find detailed descriptions of each in the accompanying links. They’re ordered by popularity.

Marath, Will of the Wild

A competitive Marath (GRW, Naya) Combo deck. (Multiplayer EDH)

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Grenzo, Havoc Raiser

A competitive Grenzo (R) Aggro-Control deck. (Multiplayer EDH)

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Akiri-Bruse

A competitive Akiri-Bruse (RW, Japan) Aggro-Control deck. (Multiplayer EDH)

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GW Cataclysm loam

A mid-range deck that resembles Maverik but uses Cataclysm for board control and Life from the Loam + Scroll Rack as card advantage engine. (Legacy)

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Deadguy Ale - Land Tax variation

A variation of Deadguy Ale (Aggro-Tempo) that brings a Land Tax package to add an alternative win-con (Zombie Infestation) and card-advantage engine (Scroll Rack) to the already tried-and-tested core-list. (Legacy)

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Rubinia Old School (Pre-Tempest)

A casual Rubinia (Bant) Control deck that has two noteworthy restrictions: (1) It only includes cards originally printed before the Tempest block (until mid-97); (2) It follows the current EDH banned list. (Multiplayer EDH - Pre-Tempest variant)

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