I think I'd like Jund better if one of the following occurred this weekend:
- I never had to play a mirror match.
- I knew how to play the mirror match.
- I didn't handicap my deck against the mirror match.
I probably got ahead of myself there, so let me go back and explain. This weekend I played in a Star City Games Super IQ in Indian Trail, NC. I came with a deck that I've been doing pretty well with recently at FNMs and other smaller tournaments: Jund. This would be my first time playing since M14 entered the format, and I was eager to try some new(ish) cards: particularly Scavenging Ooze and Doom Blade. Unfortunately, my call on Doom Blade was pretty poor. My Abrupt Decay/Doom Blade heavy list (and the new legend rule) left me with very few ways to deal with an opposing Olivia Voldaren, and my chances in the mirror were absolutely pathetic.