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When Glassblower's Puzzleknot enters the battlefield, scry 2, then you get . (You get two energy counters. To scry 2, look at the top two cards of your library, then put any number of them on the bottom of your library and the rest on top in any order.)
2U, Sacrifice Glassblower's Puzzleknot: Scry 2, then you get .
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Glassblower's Puzzleknot Discussion
1 week ago
Thinking of dropping the 3xGlassblower's Puzzleknot's for some 3xInvigorated Rampage's. @Legendary_penguin_of_death's comment makes sense. Last time I played with this deck I kept getting chump blocked, which Is why I thought of adding in Hazardous Conditions, but I also like the thought of just going straight through their critter's too! I'm going to playtest this tomorrow again I think! I'll let you know what happens!
2 months ago
Whopps my bad,
and that's exactly my problem with the Harvester, you always want to have a Pummeler instead normally.
What I would suggest instead would be Glassblower's Puzzleknot, it gives the same amount of energy and gives oyu scry 2. Alos you can do it again for 3 Mana which is relevant sometimes.
At the 3 CMC Slot I'm very reluctant.
I like the Sideboard plan very much though.
For reference here's my list so if you want to take a look:http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/green-blue-pummeler/
4 months ago
Why don't you have Empyreal Voyager or Glimmer of Genius for scry power if you want its much better than Glassblower's Puzzleknot also red gives you Aethertorch Renegade which gets a lot of energy for its cost. Temur seems to work best for energy in my opinion
4 months ago
Hopefully this will help shift my mana curve as well an an increase in energy gain just a little.
5 months ago
Nice one man! +1 Pesky, pesky Memory.
Just to know, because I'm trying to build something like this myself, have you found the vessel underwhelming?
Also, what are your thoughts about the Glassblower's Puzzleknot that you run?
6 months ago
Ok, sweet core of the deck so far. I see two routes you could go: energy monsters, or straight aggro/midrange monsters.
The reason I say this is because you're not utilizing Exert to its fullest potential (e.g. untapping or vigilance each turn). Celebrant, Glory, Champ of Rhonas are probably only going to be exerted once or twice per game. So I'd say you should capitalize on 4x Champion of Rhonas, cheating out Aetherwind Basker or Aethertide Whale or Ulrich of the Krallenhorde Flip or any RG fatty. If you go the previous two, then go full energy with Glimmer of Genius, Glassblower's Puzzleknot, and Rogue Refiner. If you go the latter, energy won't help you as much, so just go with card-draw goodstuff.
I'd personally be tempted to go the Energy route. But at any rate, find slots to cut in the Cartouches, Hazoret (Rhonas is better here), the Crashers, Charioteers, and Exemplars. Those are cards that don't directly support the aforementioned strategies, so they'll be the first to go if you make any of these substitutions. Also, put in two more Negate over Scatter -- your creatures will always be bigger, so you need to watch for removal instead. Keep something like Unsubstantiate and Ceremonious Rejection in SB for Ulamog and Marvels.
Hope this helps refine a deck that's already sweet! Mention me if I can do anything else or if you get any breakthroughs.
7 months ago
7 months ago
19 lands is almost certainly too few. Also, in Green? Also, using Clues? 100% Tireless Tracker if you can afford.
You want Delirium for Manic Scribe, so you want things like artifacts and enchantments that sac themselves. You've already got the Vessel of Paramnesia, but I would also recommend something like Glassblower's Puzzleknot or Renegade Map. Also, Mirrorpool, double Startled Awake Flip, laugh your ass off.
All in all, interesting direction to take the deck. Check out mine and give me your thoughts, if you'd like: Slow Roll Mill