Forced Fruition, Episode 5: Sealed PTQ Practice


‘Tis the Season

It’s that time of year when we get to play Sealed PTQs. The format has its upsides and downsides and you’re certainly going to increase your odds of winning by practicing as much as possible. I like Sealed because it evens the playing field to a degree by emphasizing deckbuilding. I also dislike Sealed due to the high variance—you’re basically at the whims of the pack gods. That said, there is always a deck to be made and played, and the great players will make the best of what they’re given. So join me as I take on a Theros-Born Sealed eight-man.



[deck title= PTQ Practice]


*1 Prognostic Sphix

*1 Chorus of the Tides

*1 Nimbus Naiad

*1 Deepwater Hypnotist

*2 Meletis Astronomer

*1 Flitterstep Eidolon

*2 Shrike Harpy

*1 Returned Centaur

*1 Cavern Lampad

*1 Fleshmad Steed

*1 Nyxborn Eidolon

*1 Spiteful Returned

*1 Shipwreck Singer

*1 Sea God’s Revenge

*1 Whelming Wave

*1 Sudden Storm

*1 Crypsis

*1 Lash of the Whip

*1 Asphyxiate

*1 Read the Bones

*1 Grisly Transformation

*8 Island

*9 Swamp

Match 1 Game 1


Match 1 Game 2


Match 2 Game 1


Match 2 Game 2


Match 2 Game 3


Match 3 Game 1


Match 3 Game 2


About the Author
Andrew rediscovered his love for Magic when he saw Innistrad. Returning to the game after a long hiatus, he now spends his days streaming drafts (, playing EDH, and practicing Standard.

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