Your Deck For Tribal Apocalypse 10.47

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Tribe: Elf
60 Maindeck cards and 0 Sideboard
Modern Tribal Wars · Elf Aggro-Combo
 1st by  Bandit Keith in Tribal Apocalypse 10.47 (4-0)
MAINDECK (60 Cards)
36 Creatures
4 Dwynen's Elite

4 Elvish Archdruid

4 Elvish Mystic

4 Heritage Druid

4 Llanowar Elves

4 Nettle Sentinel

4 Shaman of the Pack

3 Elvish Clancaller

3 Ezuri, Renegade Leader

2 Elvish Champion

4 Spells
4 Collected Company

20 Lands
4 Forest

4 Gilt-Leaf Palace

3 Cavern of Souls

2 Blooming Marsh

2 Overgrown Tomb

2 Verdant Catacombs

2 Windswept Heath

1 Pendelhaven


R1:  Win 2 - 0vs.   GringoP  octopus a la lovetaps 10.20 
R2:  Win 2 - 0vs.   ThyShuffler  Orzhov Zombies 
R3:  Win 2 - 0vs.   Yokai_  Not so pacifists #TeamBeijoGrego 
T2:  Win 2 - 1vs.   Generalissimo  But the Car's OK? 
Total:  44
  x 16
  x 7
  x 13
  x 4
Avg CMC: 2.12
Odds of NOT having only 1 land in the top 23 cards in a 19 land deck: 99.98%

Odds of the above normal situation NOT happening to Bandit Keith (last week) because he is a magnet of poor statistical anomalies and variance's bitch? 100.00%

The trials, travails, and tribulations of the #1 seasonal player are very real. At the very least, I had a couple of witnesses (as well as a very sympathetic and incredulous opponent that engaged me in conversation) to witness what very well might be history - either in tribal or MTGO generally.

Of course, it is very difficult to be positive and recover from the trauma of astronomical variance outcomes happening on an all too-often basis. Akin to a recovering alcoholic, but then the sky starts raining whiskey after too much progress has been made. Does fate truly hate me this much?