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Cyclonic Rift Discussion
1 day ago
Actually, there is a deck that I alone am a proponent of. I have yet to see another player in all of my years of EDH, looking online, IRL, etc for this commander another user of it:
This commander is simple, a powerful mono-blue commander that while being considered low-tier, can be a powerful unblockable voltron draw-engine, a normal draw engine, or something to attach non-voltron equipment onto.
Ever seen a player be blown out by a few damage? Sword of Feast and Famine making them discard a card, Sigil of Sleep bouncing their biggie into their hand, Sword of Body and Mind milling them ten, and Quietus Spike doesn't help matters on their end ;)
It isn't the best commander, no, however it brings a mono-blue aggro commander onto the field, and can play a great midgame and lategame need be. Like drawing cards? It has you covered, and with extra turn spells for more damage, stacking Tandem Lookout, Sword of Fire and Ice, Fireshrieker and Ophidian Eye or Curiosity, you are drawing some 8 cards a turn, probably drawing another extra turn spell in the process. Sounds like Narset, Enlightened Master some of the time!
Don't worry about the big aggro problems of not being able to deal with threats, you often don't need to tap out, holding up mana for a Swan Song, Counterspell or Into the Roil, sometimes even the overloaded Cyclonic Rift, while still progressing your board by dropping a one or two mana enchantment onto Lu Xun.
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1 day ago
Profaner of the Dead looks like it can do a very good job in marchesa, my problem with it is just that I don't like bounce effects, aside from Cyclonic Rift, because I'd rather destroy/exile the creatures, etc instead. A lot of creatures played in EDH have ETB effects and you could just be helping your opponents even if it seems like you're hurting them. Idk. Test it out and see I suppose :)
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1 day ago
Hey, consider cutting a bunch of creatures? There's several creatures here that are good cards, but they don't really help the game plan with Tuvasa or are redundant. Consider cutting these cards:
- Yavimaya Enchantress
- Vendilion Clique
- Sower of Temptation
- Reflector Mage
- Knight of the Reliquary
- Aven Mindcensor
- Acidic Slime
- Nyx-Fleece Ram
- Kruphix's Insight
- Cryptic Command
- Bident of Thassa
Consider adding these cards:
- Enlightened Tutor
- Idyllic Tutor
- Carpet of Flowers
- Wild Growth
- Fertile Ground
- Mystic Remora
- Grasp of Fate
- Song of the Dryads
- Greater Auramancy
- Cleansing Meditation
- Cyclonic Rift
- Swan Song
Good luck with you deck.
3 days ago
Desecrated Tomb is good so far. Not bad on offense either.
I'm not a fan of Death Cloud. it is too much mana. the deck is aiming to be fast and light so chances of having enough mana on the field to cast it for a meaningful number are pretty low. i'd estimate you'd need somewhere around x=8 to have any big impact and that's just not feasible most of the time. maybe in a big mana deck with Cabal Coffers and Crypt Ghast and etc...
Jokulhaups might be ok, but i feel like it's pretty unnecessary. MLD is frowned on in most groups and i'm running a good amount of artifacts that i'd want to keep around to help close out a game after blowing the board out. (Altars and such)
also most of the creatures in the deck are rather small and having a board of 4 2/2 creatures after a blow out is not going to be a quick end to the game.
Cyclonic Rift is basically doing the same job but I think it causes a bit less feel bads / grudges from the other players.
it could be fine, but i think it's more of a meta call than it is a mechanical one.
3 days ago
You can consider cards like Damnation, Toxic Deluge, Consume the Meek, Black Sun's Zenith, Bontu's Last Reckoning, Evacuation, Cyclonic Rift as well as a Windfall or Dark Deal to get rid of it from their hands.
5 days ago
I wanna put it back into my Mimeoplasm deck but space is tight :(
5 days ago
I've been playing Mono Blue Control for several years and I strongly suggest more cantrips and better counters. I'd also advise 1-2 Cyclonic Rift in 75 as a catch all.
A Spreading Seas play set should be in the 75.
5 days ago
Wow you were not kidding when you said you had massive changes for this deck. Most of cards that you added and cut seem to make sense as a whole, but there are a few changes I found surprising. As you said, you wanted to cut cards that only helped you cast creatures, so taking out cards like Urza's Incubator makes sense, but I was a little bit surprised that you took out Selvala, Heart of the Wilds. This card is insanely powerful in creature decks like this one, and gets even better with cards like Paradox Engine. I personally am also not a fan of having most of your removal only dealing with creatures, other than the Cyclonic Rift and Vandalblast, which means you only have one card that deal with enchantments, but it doesn't destroy it, just bounces it to hand. I feel like one of either Swords to Plowshares or Path to Exile could be something like a Beast Within or Anguished Unmaking. The lack of basics was surprising, but if your meta doesn't run anything like Ghost Quarter or Field of Ruin, then it really isn't that big of a deal. I also feel like Homeward Path and Dragonlord Silumgar are kind of a non-bo, and I think that the dragonlord could be swapped for something else for this reason. I do like the addition of Lotus Cobra as it works insanely well with fetch lands, as being able to produce up to three mana off of one land is insane. I also like Boneyard Scourge and Thunderbreak Regent. They are definitely some of the weaker dragons, but having recursion or punishment for your opponents hitting your stuff, as well as being early game beaters is really good. Chromium, the Mutable was an interesting addition that I didn't expect, but flash, uncounterable, built-in protection, AND a 7/7 for six mana is pretty powerful. Overall, I think the new decklist is insanely powerful, just a little lacking in more versatile removal.