Mono-Red Aggro, Probably

Yesterday, I created an Oravec profile account for the PC game Magic: The Gathering Arena on which to play Mono-Red Aggro, probably. This new account is in addition to my previous Magic: The Gathering Arena Cablepunk profile account created a little over a year ago on which I played Mono-Red Aggro. Back then, I first started out with Boros Knights during the Throne of Eldraine expansion set courtesy of the Rowan, Fearless Sparkmage Planeswalker deck. From there, I played Oko until he got himself banned, and then found myself lured by Chandra Nalaar’s flickering flame.

Fresh account new home screen.
That new home smell.

Of course, it was inevitable that when I finally started playing Magic: The Gathering I’d end up focused on Mono-Red Aggro. After all, back when I first picked up a 3rd Edition Core deck back in 1994, all I really wanted to do was lob fireballs at people. I was told that that wasn’t playing the game correctly. So, naturally, I thought the game was lame. Imagine my surprise coming to the game in 2019 after all those years and finding that that was actually a thing. MTGGoldfish has been a wonderful site for deck building. Long live Mono-Red Aggro!

At any rate, I have a clean new account to play on and build up. I can’t say I’m really happy with the state of Standard currently, but the thing with Magic: The Gathering is that it’s always changing, while the Mono-Red Aggro deck type always keeps up. This is pleasing to me. I don’t have a lot of time right now, but the point is the account is in place, and I have a desire to git gud. Maybe stream someday. So, any progress I make with Magic: The Gathering Arena will be found on this website as opposed to a Cablepunk website which was kind of the point of all this.