|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Guilds of Ravnica (GRN)||Uncommon|
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When Disinformation Campaign enters the battlefield, you draw a card and each opponent discards a card.
Whenever you surveil, return Disinformation Campaign to its owner's hand.
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Disinformation Campaign Discussion
19 hours ago
Dropped a Curious Obsession for a fourth copy of Siren Stormtamer, and just made the deck more streamlined by getting rid of Disinformation Campaign. It's a cool card, but a 3 mana draw 1 is way too slow when compared to Notion Rain, Discovery / Dispersal and Curious Obsession
23 hours ago
I really like The Eldest Reborn. An earlier draft of this did have one (and I think 1 is the correct number), but I ended up cutting it. What would you suggest cutting for it?
Regarding the Disinformation Campaign plan, I need to preserve a certain critical mass of surveil cards, which limits the number of cards I can cut.
1 day ago
Would you please elaborate on specific sideboard plans esp. Disinformation Campaign?
btw, Those 1-of creatures seem they could use more copies in this deck...
And no Unmoored Ego for the combo matchups?!
What about Isareth the Awakener against Control?
1 day ago
After playing this deck a bit, I learned a few things. Dimir Spybug is fantastic, cheap, gets big quickly, and is hard to block. Thoughtbound Phantasm is also good. A 2/2 for U is already good, and it gets big and loses defender quickly. Nightveil Sprite is the repeatable surveil trigger that makes them both shine.
Price of Fame is okay even without a legendary target, but only due to the surveil. Thought Erasure is well-costed, effective, and a great surveil card. Sinister Sabotage and Unexplained Disappearance are both good. Creeping Chill is okay, but only really if you cast it from the graveyard for free. Notion Rain is great, and has amazing artwork IMO. Not much to say about Sinister Sabotage, it is Cancel with surveil attached. Disinformation Campaign is disappointing without surveil in it, and Enhanced Surveillance is best limited to 2 per deck.
2 days ago
This deck is in its senior year, it still needs to go through college before i can send it into the real world ☺
Its not ready yet. My current thought process is in terms of sorcery speed surveil compared to instant speed surveil. Holding vounter-spells up are awesome, but if you dont need them having that mana go to waste is a shame. Also if you bounce Disinformation Campaign and play it in the same turn, you need to have around 5 mana, which means that if you wanted to hold up another cpunterspell you cant do it till turn 8-10, which isnt ideal.
Ive found that if i play Sinister Sabotage, my next 2 turns tend to go really really well. I believe it to be because of the instant speed nature of the surveil there.
2 days ago
At least the midrangy one is, which is what everyone is pkaying. Surveil is strong, it gives you the right option, but it costs you mana to get there. As long as your opponent has options too they can get ahead. I think that Disinformation Campaign solves those problems. It forces other decks into topdeck mode, and then forces them to play their cards or discard them the next turn. Im not a big fan of paying life for anything in the current aggro infested meta. Especially not in the current standard pool. There are way too many cards that deal direct damage. My personal opinion is that Doom Whisperer and Notion Rain are overrated to some extent. They are amazing cards that are unfortunately in the wrong standard pool. Aggro rules right now, and so decks need to build around the fact that aggro is incredibly strong and really popular right now. 20 lifepoints arent what it used to be.
3 days ago
3 days ago
i won my first playtest vs aggro!!! hazaaaa! key cards, Golden Demise from the sideboard killed a couple creatures, Blink of an Eye and Etrata, the Silencer won it for me, and Disinformation Campaign made the aggro deck sacrifice a Rekindling Phoenix, which was the only card in hand before they had 4 lands on the field. the turn 1 Pilfering Imp was hit with Shock, but i also had a Thought Erasure turn 2, which took care of a Goblin Chainwhirler. played Disinformation Campaign turn 3, bounced it turn 4 and played it again turn 5. Once the opponent doesnt have cards Disinformation Campaign becomes a pay , draw 1, which is pretty inefficient, but the fact that i can possibly recast it every turn adds a lot of card advantage.