So the first involves my new landfall deck, I was facing an artifact/modular and an zendikar standard aggro. A few turns pass and I finally land Oracle of Mul Daya and Skyward eye prophets and continue to fill my hand up, the aggro and the artifact start attacking each other because while I have small prophets and shamans the other two are pupming out modular tokens and a scute mob finally stuck to the table before it got pacifised. By now I had two noble heirarchs, oracle of mul daya, and skyward eye prophets, and suddenly I draw rite of replication! Now as I said the artifacts and aggro were too busy with each other to even read the card when it was on top of my library so I quietly took my turn and played the replication, KICKED! ON SCUTE MOB! I now have 5 little bugs ready to grow big and strong. The aggro has now used all his burn spells to wipe out the artifact and looks at my field, and quickly scoops. I felt generous though because the artifact decided to keep fighting so I gave him two turns to live. In that time my bugs became 9/9's and I played a roil elemental and a Rampaging baloth which I comboed with a harrow and gained two 4/4's. So yeah it was overkill but I loved it!
The second amazing game was my red/black aggro against a soldier and a flanking. Now normally I wouldnt take this one out in multiplayer but I had been under the impression I was using in a one on one match against a friend. Until another showed up so the multiplayer began. It made me realize how bad quick aggro runs out of stuff to do in multiplayer. And I soon dropped to 1 life from flying knights! I was about to die until I was saved from the soldier deck by a holy day, I was thanking my stars and decided to play volcanic fallout. My hand then filled up with terminate and flame javelins, the only thing that kept me alive so long was punishing fire, my new favorite burn spell! The knight deck finally ran out of creatures but kept using suns bounty, basically the soldier or I would throw a burn spell or a (destory target tapped creature) white spell and it kept coming back to his hand. And then out of nowhere came a sunscour and the board was wiped clean. Until I landed a goblin outlander, a fully powere figure of destiny, and two demigods of revenge! For 8 rounds I was at 1 life, the whole time at that one little life and I finally turned the game around all thanks to white spells! My friends looked at me "We shouldve killed you sooner", them's the brakes people! : D