Introducing The Legacy Pit - featuring a large library of prebuilt tabletop Magic the Gathering Legacy decks with rotating matches and guest players stopping in. Game play is a mix of competitive and fun. Deck and player series are produced to highlight a specific deck and or Player. We aim to be your MTG legacy e-Museum.
What is this old dark sounding term that your grandmother told you to stay the hell away from?
We are content creators for Magic the Gathering’s best format: Legacy. we stream our content live on Twitch, and later post the best videos on Youtube for those whose schedules require flexibility. We offer content that fulfills a new and missing niche: A Legacy e-Museum answering viewer requests for matchups, but with one caveat: It’s all on paper - the real cards! Tabernacles, Candelabras, Nether voids, Underground Seas... the lists go on and on.
The majority of legacy streams feature electronic versions of Magic, which makes The Legacy Pit different and exciting. We own a large library of 30+ independently built Legacy decks and thrive on featuring them in matchup requests from our viewers. With only two months of content produced, the buzz for the Legacy Pit is on high volume with features on Podcasts, T-shirts, and playmats seen at tournaments.
So, why we are doing the legacy Pit and sticking to the “old fashioned” paper Magic? Here are six reasons pulled from The Abyss:
1. Above all, we refuse to listen to naysayers insisting that Legacy is dying. We are going to do our part to keep Legacy on the radar.
2. We are providing a showcase of the best format: Legacy, a reminder of how powerful the cards really are.
3. Our content serves as a Legacy e-Museum for those do not have access to the cards or decks. Many people just want to see the real thing in action, and we want to answer this call.
4. On an interactive front, we serve as a matchup request service. This allows viewers to feel connected to us, because we cater to them by allowing matchup requests. They are a part of the content. Are you prepping for a local game store event, or large tournament, and want to see how your deck does against another deck? We are there to make that happen for you.
5. We also value and take great pride our local legacy community here in Frederick, Maryland, thus we serve as a mechanism to highlight local players & the decks they are known for - with our Deck Tech Series.
6. Last, and in an admittedly selfish fashion: a training tool for us here at The Pit to go back and watch our matches and see our mistakes (usually Travis), and let the community critique, criticize and help us improve.
Have you signed your soul over to us in blood yet?
Here are the Gates to the Pit: