Jean-Mary “Lejay” Accart


Jean-Mary “Lejay” Accart is a French player who has built a great legacy reputation from deckbuilding innovations and its deep, long, hard work on archetypes like Shardless BUG and Doomsday.  Yet somehow his best performance so far has been lucking his way into the quarters of GP Paris 2014 with a netdecked plateau deck he had never played two days prior the event.

That top8 allowed him to attend his first Block constructed + limited event and finish at a remarkable 2-6 in Atlanta. But these performances are just one part of an impressive list of top8  losses in French and European tournaments which earned him the mediocre qualification.

His long experience as a legacy competitor allows him to adapt into metagames switching decks very often, but somehow he hasn’t change his shardless 75 since summer 2014. This strange man is  responsible for people knowing what Release the Ants do, the banning of Tendrils of Agony on the French Peasant scene, and making the large miracles players community online face its worst nightmare  with the design of Sylvan Plug.


Jean-Mary has entered the Legacy Mediocre League with Doomsday.

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