As you can see, swinging for 8 each turn is awesome, and even better if you have a Knight of Infamy on the board as well (Exalted can be sneaky).
Game two was a random deck with blue/black/green and conjurers closet, which midway through the game we were informed my opponent was using wrong since he was trying to blink the same creature twice when he had to closets on the board. Due to not calling it out I was unable to roll back his life total that thanks to blinking thragtusk 4 times was now 36. So, this match went to game 3 and I pulled out a W 2-1 as his confidence got rattled after the judge called him out.
Game three was my only loss of the night, it was mono-black zombies, and I just couldn't keep up, between Blood Artist and Gravecrawler (who always comes back...). I just wasn't fast enough or didnt have the right mana combination, or I would tap the wrong colors and be one short. So it was a fast 0-2 loss on that one.
Game four was quick, went up against a Green/Blue (I say it was aggro, b/c man it was fast with all those mana dorks). Running Champion of Lambholt and Infinite Reflection, I actually let this guy cheat and when he mirror imaged, I wasn't paying attention and his images came in with the counters on them. However thanks to the ghost council and the Silverblade paladin, swinging for 10 each time was brutal. Got the W, 2-1.
So that was my first FNM trying to do the blog, I will try much harder to have better notes on my opponents and maybe some pics from the evening. If you have any suggestions, I'd love to hear em.
Keep your mana free and have a great week!
Oh and here's the link to the Aristocrats deck, and the other top 8 from Pro Tour Montreal