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Create two 1/1 white Spirit creature tokens with flying.
Flashback (You may cast this card from your graveyard for its flashback cost. Then exile it.)
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Lingering Souls Discussion
5 hours ago
Perhaps the 2 Dryad Militant for 2 copies of Tidehollow Sculler? I think that Militant is a good card, but perhaps better in the sideboard in case you have to face things like Lingering Souls or Snapcaster Mage.
In my opinion, discard is never a bad thing in any matchup. Inquisition of Kozilek and Thoughtseize remove all kind of threats, whether creatures or non-creature spells, so it is good against aggro, control and basically anything in between. I would probably say that they work best against midrange decks like jund or abzan because Inquisition of Kozilek alone is capable of removing their biggest threats (Tarmogoyf, Liliana of the Veil and Grim Flayer). Kinda depends on your local meta too.
5 hours ago
20 hours ago
Myth Realized has sorcery speed protection but really what decks are playing sorcery speed removal?
on 8-Rack BW
21 hours ago
APPLE01DOJ, thanks for the feedback. -4 Myth Realized for +4 Lingering Souls is an interesting idea. Could you elaborate more on this? I am worried this would make my deck a bit slower. Though I definitely see some benefits in being able to play around stuff like Chalice of the Void and Leyline of Sanctity.
1 day ago
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2 days ago
I think you would benefit from playing Delver of Secrets Flip in the deck. Or, in other words, play more like a Delver deck with Death's Shadow rather than a Zoocide deck with control elements. Trying to win on turn 2 consistently in a large tournament is going to be a problem. You're going up against a variety of different decks. If you're going all-in on a combo, you're gonna eventually lose to a deck like Jund Midrange or Grixis Control when you inevitably run into them at a large event.
One of the guys at my shop has done really well playing such a list. You can play a turn 1 Delver of Secrets Flip or Thoughtseize, then lock your opponent out of the game with Remands, Mana Leak, and Stubborn Denial. The best part is you have Death's Shadow to inevitably wreck your opponent's day.
Here is what (I think) his decklist looks like:
That's one of the reasons I would play Esper Death's Shadow over the regular all-in version of the deck. Right now, you're not taking full advantage of the colors you're in except for Snapcaster Mage, Path to Exile, and Lingering Souls.
My suggestions may be too much to test in a short time frame if you're planning on going to a large event soon. I agree with APPLE01DOJ that your sideboard needs work. It's the best way to prepare for a large event without changing much.
I'd suggest something like:
2 days ago
Splashing into white without Lingering Souls feels like a but of a waste.