|Commander / EDH||Legal|
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|Hour of Devastation (HOU)||Uncommon|
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Aftermath (Cast this spell only from your graveyard. Then exile it.)Target creature gets +2/+0 and gains haste until end of turn.
4 months ago
Torderro is right, the value of Censor is to counter something early with it, and there's no possible way for you to counter something on turn 2. Either cut some lands for basics or cut Censor.
Torderro is also right about Supernatural Stamina, and it additionally gets in a few more points of damage.
Like he said, Unburden in the sideboard if you have to have it, but 2-2 split of Scarab Feast in the main and side seems fine because of its low opportunity cost.
I noticed that you're highly susceptible to graveyard hate, and there are actually 16 different cards that can hurt you in varying degrees of jank. The only good anti-gravehate I can find is Perpetual Timepiece, and it does both things you need; Mills your cyclers, and hates on hate.
Another option is Claim/Fame. Claim only works with Vile Manifestation, but Vile is also a cycler and sometimes you'll want to cycle that bad boy to get to Fling. Fame gives you an extra bit of reach. Speaking of reach...
5 months ago
Okay WalnutProphecy the deck looks nice :)Have you also considered Claim to Fame or march of the drowned ??The first one would be good with a little bit of more 2drops and the second one looks really good to get value out of the graveyard that can easily have 3 or 4 early creatures.
6 months ago
Idk I have playtested with Claim and Vexing Devil too and it's been decent so far. Best is doing this T1/T2 to put lots of pressure early but it's bad in lots of matchups of course (anything that runs a decent amount of removal basically).
I found out the best thing is to Claim Eidolon of the Great Revel, allowing you to virtually have several more copies which isn't bad at all. The Fame part is somehow relevant on an empty board with a pesky hasty Goblin Guide / Monastery Swiftspear but it's far from gamebreaking.
However, when I hear/read 'instant and sorceries', my mind immediately thinks of Izzet.