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AEtherspouts Discussion

Reverie42 on K&T Tribal Card Draw

1 week ago

The most common Planar Bridge fetch I'd miss out on would be Curiosity for the Niv-Mizzet combo, but I'm not sure that's a really huge loss. I'm more suspicious that since most of the creatures in the deck are activated abilities or triggers rather than ETBs, a lot of pod activations won't feel like they're really gaining value.

AEtherspouts is definitely not really great. Cyclonic Rift would be way better. I'm hoping to pick one up a little cheaper at some point. Hour of Revelation is an interesting one. I had actually considered the similar Planar Cleansing, but ended up not running it because the idea of blowing up my own draw/tax effects seemed so bad. Too bad Austere Command is so expensive.

Praetor's Counsel is an interesting call. It would be good with both permanent sweepers and Birthing Pod. I considered Day's Undoing for a semi-similar role but haven't tested either on at all. Another good thing to think about.

Good stuff, thank you :)

RingoDingo92 on K&T Tribal Card Draw

1 week ago

I suppose that depends on what you normally tutor up with Planar Bridge. Is it almost always creatures? In that case, perhaps Birthing Pod is the more economic approach. However, I agree that you may not be running enough creatures for it. Probably would want around 30 creatures or more for Pod to be truly effective, but it might be worth a shot anyway to see.

I was just making those targeted removal suggestions in case you need them since I saw you didn't have much. I'd suggest removing anything near their CMC's that is under-performing in the deck, if you decide to add them. I get why you're running heavy on the board wipes, though. Hour of Revelation is probably better than AEtherspouts since you can hit all nonland permanents. If you considered throwing that in, Praetor's Counsel might be a good idea too.

TheSurgeon on Mo-No! Blue Mill!

1 week ago

frogkill45- Thanks for noticing the Logic Knot/Mesmeric Orb synergy! That's a big help! I even have a few lying around.. Somewhere...

As for AEtherspouts, it's powerful, and has its place; perhaps in the sideboard. For now, I'm going to stick with AEtherize, as it gives the opponent an opportunity to sabotage themselves with Orb in play when they tap land to recast their creatures. I admit, a bit reckless on my part, but that's the synergistic flavor that I like in a deck.

Mind Sculpt is an underrated card in my book. I prefer it over Tome Scour, and it makes a great budget Breaking in a budget turbo mill deck; but here I've opted for more of a disruption based strategy to support an increasingly steady mill based offense in leu of an instant mill approach. It was considered, but later nixed for counters.

I do find card draw a bit scarce in the deck. Two Visions of Beyond should suffice, being that it may take a minnit to get to GY20, should the deck misfire.

Thanks for the input!! Check back for the update in a few hours!

frogkill45 on Mo-No! Blue Mill!

1 week ago

AEtherspouts it costs one more than AEtherize but it leaves them in a predicament of putting stuff on top to get milled next turn or sending to the bottom to never be seen till the end of game.

Logic Knot also a good counterspell that can be relevant late game due to you have a decently sized GY from orbs

Mind Sculpt might be useful

Visions of Beyond everyone likes Ancestral Recall

landofMordor on Courting attack, Isperia Supreme Judge

1 week ago

Yo, I'm back -- just realized AEtherspouts is perfect for you. This is, once again, an awesome list.

Simon_Williamson, I just realized today that Daxos of Meletis is an Aikido commander for sure. He gets better the bigger your opponent's creatures are, and literally wants you to play the opponents' decks. I started brewing him today @ Fight Club: the Meletis Aikido Dojo to satisfy my inner Johnny and had to refer back to this list for a great reference on Azorius Aikido.

Zerraphon on Kruphix and the Value Town Toolbox (Meta Shift)

3 weeks ago

Hello! So I finally been able to test out my version of Kruphix! And I toned it down a lot and my playgroup still hate it! LOL But I was wondering how well Oracle of Mul Daya and Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir have been working? Arnt you worried that with Oracle you'd show the whole table if you drew a counter spell or AEtherspouts....etc? And does the flash that you get from teferi, really help a whole lot and when he is played does he get hated out really quick?

Capt_telnet on Nerds

3 weeks ago

I like that, although would you suggest it or AEtherspouts? It's one more mana but it really wrecks their tempo.

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