Front:Thing in the Ice Flip
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Creature — Kraken
When this creature transforms into Awoken Horror, return all non-Horror creatures to their owner' hands.
Awoken Horror Discussion
11 hours ago
Magic Duels games are much closer to draft gameplay than to most constructed formats.
Constructed formats have access to ways to deploy threats early - for example Awoken Horror and/or multiple Arclight Phoenix by turn 3/4/5.
These formats also have answers to deal with such threats, like Path to Exile .
Playing large creatures like Aggressive Mammoth that do very little, is a bad choice if you can play cards like Inferno Titan . Such decks also play cheap distruption and a miriad of cards that allow them to reach high mana productions early on.
5 days ago
I'm not sure if copying Thing in the Ice Flip is useful. Lazav, the Multifarious is able to copy just one side of Thing in the Ice Flip so he can't transform into Awoken Horror . Copying Phyrexian Dreadnought or Skithiryx, the Blight Dragon looks much more fun.
3 months ago
Definitely gonna see about getting it in the mainboard and see how that plays out.
3 months ago
First off, welcome to Magic!
I would cut Fabricate. There's a reason tutors are not common in Modern--Modern is very fast-paced, and you cannot afford to be a turn behind trying to find a card. Instead, consider adding more cantrips (1-mana card draw spells). Four copies of Opt helps dig through your deck and find the cards you want.
Rather than three copies of Syncopate, consider running two copies of Logic Knot. While Logic Knot costs more and does not exile, you likely will have your graveyard full of cantrips, counterspells, fogs, etc. Unlike Syncopate, which requires you to have a significant amount of open mana, Logic Knot just requires you to exile cards you were not going to use anyway.
Delver of Secrets Flip is a solid win condition in a spell-heavy deck. You can drop it turn 1, then happily deal 3 evasive damage per turn while countering away. While Delver does get bounced by Thing in the Ice Flip, the two actually work well in tandem--Delver provides solid early game pressure, getting your opponent close enough that Awoken Horror can swing for the kill the turn it is transformed.
4 months ago
Awoken Horror would revert back to Thing in the Ice Flip in the graveyard so you would just get a Thing in the Ice Flip. Just think about Startled Awake Flip in the graveyard it is still Startled Awake Flip so you can use its ability. Hope this helps:)
4 months ago
Say I was building a Lazav, the Multifarious deck and I want to copy a 7/8 for two mana (because Awoken Horror retains its CMC from Thing in the Ice Flip. Could I do that or would I just get a copy of Thing in the Ice Flip?
8 months ago
I'm very fond of a couple Faithless Looting to help you dig for cards you need. And also a little more counter spells. Remand for card draw and stall. Spell Pierce i'm finding is very good against aggro decks and early game because players tend to spend all their mana the first 3 turns. Dispel work against other control decks and I see you have already taken a liking to Stubborn Denial.
8 months ago
Deruvid turn 2 Bedlam Reveler is cool, but isn't the game plan. When its dropped turn 2, usually your sitting with 3 cards. Since you are drawing 3 cards, and a bunch of digging tactics, it wont be hard to get to titi or beat down your opponents. The real goal is dropping Titi and flipping it turn 3, which is possible with Simian Spirit Guide. I do find the guide does sit in the hand every so often so maybe a 3 off might work better. Im finding that Vapor Snag is very powerful for keeping creatures out of the way and providing extra damage. Everything in the deck is meant to get an Awoken Horror or Bedlam Reveler out
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