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Ceremonious Rejection Discussion
1 day ago
Summary Dismissal is awfully expensive for a counterspell. I assume it's meant to counter Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger? The problem i see is that if you are on the draw, your Marvel opponent might get to cast an Ulamog on turn 4 or 5, and it's not a great plan to try and use a 4 cmc spell to defend against that, since you only have access to 3-4 mana at that point. So either you can't even use your spell, or you have to keep 4 lands untapped forever. Ceremonious Rejection, on the other hand, is much better at preventing Aetherworks Marvel from even entering the board in first place, so i would prefer this much cheaper tool, even if it's less powerful.
1 day ago
I suggest putting Horribly Awry into the sideboard, since it's pretty unspecific about the spells that it an target. It can easily be substituted in the sideboard with Dispel to counter a Harnessed Lightning or a Glimmer of Genius and disrupt a deck like Aetherworks Marvel or Dynavolt Tower. Also, Ceremonious Rejection can disrupt artifact decks that the Kaladesh block has made dominate the metagame. Not to mention Censor, which can punish decks for tapping out all of their mana for a Torrential Gearhulk, and can even cycle for a cheap price. Of course, a play-set of Fatal Pushes distributed between the side and mainboards can dominate. Maybe you could also put the Disallows into the sideboard, since it's usually just a Cancel, but can rarely but potentially Stifle a storm deck (MATT) out of it's combo.
2 days ago
Maybe Ceremonious Rejection if you're having trouble with a lot of colorless spells. Love the deck idea though!
4 days ago
Theres a lot of Marvel and Zombies in my meta and I'm trying to counter both
1 week ago
Maybe get rid of some of the Ceremonious Rejection? Seems really narrow considering it seems like it's there to counter Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger Vehicles and Scrapheap Scrounger. Maybe sideboard some and then add the extra lands.
I like how it's different tho, spices of the control scene a bit
2 weeks ago
I play a version of this deck that I've been very happy with. Rogue Refiner is a powerhouse and invites immediate removal (while dodging most Fatal Pushes). I'm not too impressed with Thriving Turtle; Sage of Shaila's Claim is a much nicer energy dork, and can do some work. Also, Servant of the Conduit is very very necessary, and Architect of the Untamed puts some nice pressure on, especially in multiples.
I run a couple Woodweaver's Puzzleknots in the main, just to get quick energy and life against aggro. Aethersquall Ancient is horribly slow, especially when you already have Baskers. Riparian Tiger has been a great way to get to the Basker for me, and can even serve as the finisher when I need to side out the Baskers for Confiscation Coup or Ceremonious Rejection. Appetite for the Unnatural and Heroic Intervention are awesome sideboard cards.
2 weeks ago
Tis the wrong question, sir--it just gets significantly more difficult. However, not impossible. I am a realist and will not sugar coat this: Tron is always an uphill battle, regardless of any prep x takes to combat it. Jund just dies, but the is better than in this current format, so things like Stubborn Denial with Snapcaster Mage work better than Bob and Bolt ever do against it.
Game 2 though, I always want Ceremonious Rejection to counter a Ugin, the Spirit Dragon, into Snapcaster Mage + Ceremonious Rejection a Wurmcoil Engine. That is raw and I wet myself doing so at Grand Prix San Jose against Tron.
Hopefully this answered your questions, Rose.
2 weeks ago
Ok, a milling Drake Haven would be so dope. Card:Ceremonious Rejection is too specific for my taste. Aberrant Researcher Flip seems dec for the beatdown plan. I feel like if you have the time to cast Baral's Expertise, you're winning anyway, but I could be wrong.