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At the beginning of your upkeep, put a time counter on As Fortold.
Once each turn, you may pay rather than pay the mana cost for a spell you cast with converted mana cost X or less, where X is the number of time counters on As Fortold.
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As Foretold Discussion
1 day ago
Well i know am the biggest heathen on the forum, one who dares to preach the falsehood of "win/loss ratio if more important than tier".
(I mean its clear that no deck every accomplished anything in the competitive scene beside tron, eldrazi, burn, D&T, GBX, and they never will - and even if they did, it was either by astronomical luck, or by bribing other competitors)
P.s.: And these views are the least of my sins, i even damned myself by proclaiming that Reality Shift seems to be a better idea for mono blue As Foretold Living End decks, than Dismember.
Thus anyone who listens to me will surely rot in the hell reserved for noncompetitive jankbuilders XD
3 days ago
the short list of Acquires is as follows:
4 days ago
If i had to guess he misses the amount of creatures run in traditional jund living end lists, which allowed fast combo, and near continual cycling.
You could add some, like Faerie Macabre instead of Leyline of the Void, or run some Nimble Obstructionist as stifles - maybe even take a look at evoke stuff like Mulldrifter
All in all the deck doesn't need to be as dense as jund lists, because it pack very good disruption spells - many of which becomes free with resolved As Foretold, and when Curator of Mysteries is on the field, cycling's Cerulean Wisps effect become Opt (and with 2 on the field, Serum Visions)
6 days ago
I don't as good of formatting skills as your primer has, but I did my best. My play group is full of T1 cEDH builds, so I had to give up on a lot of the more 'cute' cards I loved from my initial The Locust God Prototype casual list.
Anyway, quick few suggestions; more mana rocks are better. Lot of the good ones get pricey, so that's obviously feelbads. Dack Fayden solves a lot of these issues by letting you steal your opponent's best rocks or win-cons! Furthermore, As Foretold consistently over-performs for me. People totally underestimate it the first time they play against it, and with my stax package, so clutch.
Anyway, I love the list, definitely a +1 from me. Let me know if there are any suggestions for my lists!
6 days ago
Are you aware that you can only cast a spell with As Foretold once each turn?
1 week ago
1 week ago
Cool build. Have you tested with Plea for Power?
1 week ago
I posted this deck initially a few weeks ago, but I deleted that thread and am reposting it to reflect the significant amount the deck is changed. I'm a relatively new player, been playing for under a year, and I just started competing in local tournaments. This is my Azorius Blue and White Control deck on a budget. It started with a Return to Ravnica intro pack but I've modified it substantially since then. The idea is to counter and buffer the opponent in the early game and then swing for lethal with some flyers or Aetherlings in the mid to late game. The deck worked pretty well at FNM this past week, admittedly the sideboard needs some work.
I'm a student teacher so money is tight, I would be overjoyed to have a few Snapcaster Mage and Celestial Colonnade in here for flashback and big win cons respectively but those cards are on my Christmas wish list, not in my current budget.
Any advice I could get, particularly from experienced pilots of U/W control, would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! :)