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1 day ago
Thanks for your comment! I'm glad you like the name - I just think Kami of the Crescent Moon is such a trickster it felt right to be a little goofy. Also happy to hear that this deck and play style fits your play group!
I had considered AEtherspouts and will add it to my notable exclusions in the removal pane for discussion. It very well could warrant inclusion, as it's a great card. The reason I currently don't have it in the list is because I feel it is just slightly worse than my other board wipe type effects. It doesn't return to hand, which is actually desirable in a lot of cases for this deck, and I prefer the wipe effects I've included to hit everyone, as usually once you draw aggro it is table wide.
That being said, sometimes you'd rather not wipe the whole board so it is worth talking about for sure! In a heavy aggro meta game I think you are totally right it needs to be in there.
2 days ago
I was genuinely curious about the deck name when I saw it on the front page. It suits Kami perfectly. I feel like our playgroups could get along quite well honestly, I really like the idea of home ruling infinites to 5 cycles only. I find infinite combos quite dull as well.
As for the rest of the deck it looks pretty solid all around, the only addition I would consider with the deck as it is would be AEtherspouts to assist in protecting you but honestly Sunstone + the rest of your bounce might be plenty. Depends on how aggro loving is your play group.
2 weeks ago
you got 2x Rakdos Charm.
Doubling Cube doesn't feel worth. I worry Kozilek, the Great Distortion will sit in your hand, grixis ramp isn't amazing and relying on 2 colorless mana rocks to stick is dubious. Dubious of Torment of Hailfire, token decks and sac decks and life decks will laugh. Hazoret's Undying Fury is also kinda meh card advantage without topdeck manipulation and if you have blue black. Reanimate might be getting a lil too cute with your life total, spellslinger decks get punched in the face a lot. Hour of Devastation may be too weak a sweep when the chips are down. I dont adore Whispering Madness and Windfall because they may draw opponents hella cards, since you're the blue deck here. I know it fuels your graveyard strategy, but I dunno if it's worth, if you draw the boros deck 6 cards. Also, you might fuel other stronger graveyard strategies. I see at least 16 cards that net you card advantage, in addition to your commander, so Necrologia also feels too cute with your life total.
16 mana rocks might be overkill. I reckon you could cut at least 4.
2 weeks ago
AEtherize and AEtherspouts can all help with aggro decks as very one sided board clears then there is always the good old Cyclonic Rift to clear room in demand. Illusionist's Gambit can make for some good fun when it's down to three cuz you roflstomped someone and they are turning sideways on you
1 month ago
It's actually very easy to lose tempo playing a deck like this (unless your meta is slow / greedy).
You can either lose the board by:
1: Drawing specific counterspells that won't affect the current situation
2: Getting flooded the moment you try to build up a win condition (your deck lacks the ramp to play something and actively defend it before the later turns)
If you allow my interloping, I'd recommend running cards like Fabricate to fetch your artifacts that seem to play a big role in your success, and replace some very specific cards for stuff that will help you cast spells more effectively such as Jace's Sanctum or stuff that helps you if you ever find yourself in a tight spot (AEtherspouts effects). Although on paper it might seem like it, in practice you cannot safely counter everything your opponent will throw at you, so you're better off with some good backup plans.
Talran is also known for being very potent with cantrips.
I hope this was somewhat useful, even though you didn't ask for improvements.
1 month ago
I would say blue and red, because you could take out any bothersome creatures with Counterspell or Cancel or since there are a lot of creatures, maybe Nullify and for when you get attacked AEtherize and AEtherspouts. Sleep is good too. Now the red would be damage spells like Lightning Bolt or Shock or Mugging. You could put in some heavy hitter damage too like Comet Storm. Red is also good because it has some big creatures, like Hamletback Goliath. For blue creatures, I would put a few Talrand, Sky Summoner so you get a bunch of drakes, and you can kill him from the air. Hope you can beat him!
1 month ago
1 month ago
Won both the games I played with the playgroup. Opponents on the Scarab God, Trostani, and Doran. The deck has a rather non-interactive early game and I was very close to death both times I went off so I am looking for suggestions in that dept. Basically won with New Perspectives both times to cycle through the better half of my deck killing once with etb damage with Purphoros, God of the Forge, New Perspectives and Niv-Cricket on board and the second time with Shared Animosity, Skullclamp, New Perspectives, Drake Haven and Niv-Cricket on board with 30 attacking bugs and 6 Drakes.
TLDR: In the right deck New Perspectives is so broken.