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22 hours ago
Hello and thanks for the upvote!
- Game 2 sideboard plans depends on the deck, but generally it goes:-2Cystbearer +2 Corpse Cur-1 Groundswell +1 Predator's StrikeI usually worry more about Edict effects, since I only have Khalni Garden for protection. Disfigure and cards like it can be countered by pump spells. Terminate I haven't seen and I don't believe is widely played.
2.Pulse of Murasa is meta dependent, I think.For example, my local paper meta MBC is still a thing. So Pulse wouldn't help much in that matchup, because they have more removal than I do creatures post-board. But I could be wrong. I just don't think that the deck is built to really grind out games on purpose.
- I don't think the toolbox lands are meta dependent. Although Halimar Depths has been overall lackluster. The ability to look at the top three cards and arrange them is nice, but not being an actual scry effect is sometimes a feel bad. It might become a Sejiri Steppe in the future, or just another Forest.
2 days ago
Reason: UG Infect is criminally under represented in the pauper format. The problem with Infect and Pauper is that format such as legacy and modern where infect can roam free because of the narrow focus of the removal spells. The removal spells in pauper tend to sacrifice effects which make investing in one creature difficult. I guess the game plan would be to play 2-3 infect creatures and attack! ATTACK! ATTACK! and pump the non sacrificed creature.
4 days ago
If you are playing in any kind of competitive meta I would consider running Smother, certainly moreso than Grasp of Darkness or Disfigure. Black Sun's Zenith seems like it is better than Languish in a lot of situations too.
You have a lot of grave hate going on, what kind of decks are you playing against to justify running 4 dedicated grave hate cards with a commander that already helps to shut down a lot of graveyard strategies?
6 days ago
I like the idea of Lightning Bolt over Shock if you go with red. But if you do consider the Vampire Nocturnus then Disfigure makes sense in my mind being a black card that is similar to a shock except it also has a utility usage. Hope my comments help, and sorry for the essay's. +1'd
1 week ago
Interesting list, so +1, this is the list I ran a little while ago for Sultai
4 Abrupt Decay1 Breeding Pool3 Courser of Kruphix2 Creeping Tar Pit3 Darkslick Shores1 Dismember2 Forest3 Inquisition of Kozilek1 Island4 Jace, Vryn's Prodigy Flip3 Liliana of the Veil1 Maelstrom Pulse2 Misty Rainforest1 Murderous Cut2 Overgrown Tomb2 Polluted Delta2 Profane Command2 Scavenging Ooze4 Serum Visions2 Swamp4 Tarmogoyf2 Tasigur, the Golden Fang3 Thoughtseize1 Twilight Mire4 Verdant Catacombs1 Watery Grave
2 weeks ago
Personally, since you're not running fetches (which I agree with), I would drop to one copy of Tasigur, the Golden Fang, since the second will almost always be a dead draw. I'd replace with a Sword of Feast and Famine.
The meta at the mo is very combo based, so my tweak suggestion would be to add another Vendilion Clique, and go with 4x Thoughtseize and 2x Inquisition of Kozilek. To make space, take out the Tasigur and one other of choice.
Those are my thoughts at least, take them as you will. I like your list overall.
2 weeks ago
2 weeks ago
No Pack Rat? :D
Liliana, the Last Hope is also very good. A copy of Erebos, God of the Dead against Kitchen Finks combo, Wurmcoil Engine, Batterskull and any control/midrange deck in general could be worth thinking about. Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet and Desecration Demon have both performed much better for me than Phyrexian Obliterator, and surely Fatal Push, Murderous Cut, and Collective Brutality are better than Disfigure, Dismember, and the other more conditional removal?
For reference, here's my list - http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/damned-devotion/. Would love to hear your thoughts on it!