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Bootleggers Ball 2023 – Alpha to Alliances Event Report

December 2nd. The Main Event. On this rainy Saturday, we all filed in, fashionably late, as usual. This was the fourth Bootleggers Ball and the second to be Alpha to Alliances. What follows is a bleary-eyed look back to the events of the day. A total of 23 players took part, making for an intimate, relaxed, and well-spaced event. A hot chicken truck kept us fed and sedated. Yazoo’s brew crew plied us with drink...

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Bootleggers Ball 3 (Alpha to Alliances Edition) – Organizer’s Report

Untap, Upkeep… Through the five years (!!) of Music City Old School’s existence, we’ve developed several traditions surrounding Our two major events. We have Bootleggers Ball in the early summer, and we have our Christmas event at the beginning of December. Bootleggers Ball is 93/94, Christmas is Alpha to Alliances. There’s a cookout or pre-event event somewhere the night before Bootleggers. The Christmas event features a charity raffle, for which Dustin Brossard graciously provides an...

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Alpha To Alliances: The Big Chill – Event Report

In early February a polar vortex descended on the Midwest, forcing the denizens to seek shelter indoors once again. Frigid temps (and not to mention the ever-present pandemic) once again ushered in a refrain we know now by heart: “wanna jam some games?” A2A: The Big Chill was organized (passive voice, for humility) to spread the gospel of the new Alpha to Alliances hotness a little farther. We’ve been playing and testing and brewing for...

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Old School in the Time of Ice: Alpha through Alliances

Old School MTG has grown since its humble beginnings in the snowy Swedish fjords. Strip Mines proliferated and creatures dominated as Eternal Central loosened the restrictions of the Old Ways. The Atlantic Council instituted their land reforms and allowed for a more liberal adherence to the Laws of Time. Venerable Mages of Old in Sweden reached through time to Scry a potential future. The Paladins of the northern American plains decreed that more gentlemanly battles...