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Counter target spell with converted mana cost 1.
Mental Misstep Discussion
3 days ago
Sorry, allow me to clarify; I have most of the deck, minus some of the more expensive pieces, specifically:
Those are the ones I know off of memory that aren't in my collection, or are above 5$ that I don't have. Steel Overseer getting reprinted makes it easier to get a hold of it.
5 days ago
Have you considered Mental Misstep ? Also, Monastery Mentor seems very strong as a second kykar. Also what do you think of Distant Melody ? Merchant Scroll and Bonus Round could also be worth some consideration.
I'm thinking about brewing some more kykar and maybe finalizing a list. Good luck!
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1 week ago
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1 week ago
Arcane Denial is a tricky one. I included it here becasue it's not much (money wise) and it can counter anything. If you had no budget restrictions (and generally in these situations you'd be playing in a much more combo heavy meta) I would suggest running Counterspell , Mana Drain , Force of Will , Swan Song , Dispel , Dovin's Veto , Negate , Pact of Negation , Mental Misstep , Flusterstorm , Spell Pierce , stuff like that.
The key thing here is the mana cost of the counterspells - they all cost 2 or less. Arcane Denial is not great in that it gives your opponents cards, however A) it only costs two mana and B) in more casual games, giving your opponents a few cards is nowhere near as dangerous.
Monastery Siege isn't bad, and if you want to get your enchantment count up then it's fine. But remeber it's fixing, not advantage. I think that Search for Azcanta Flip would be the first encahntment I would look to add, however it's not the cheapest card right now.
2 weeks ago
4 weeks ago
Also, I've always wanted to put Standstill in a deck but haven't found a place for it anywhere. It's kinda Staxy?
1 month ago
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1 month ago
I have apparently been summoned?
So lets start with the first bit match_lighter hit on: Modern format works off of all sets that were at one point standard legal starting at 8th edition to present as well as the new Modern Horizons set which drops into legality this friday, minus a relatively small ban list.
Lastly, Death Grasp was only ever printed in a commander product which means it is not a Modern legal playable.
match_lighter is also likely right, if you really want to play Esper in modern you have basically two routes:
Go straight control, no fancy frills. The deck exists and is doing actually alright but it is mostly a UW shell making a minimal black splash for sideboard cards and like one main deck walker in Kaya, Orzhov Usurper in small numbers.
You could play what ye olde players would call "solar Flare", or Gifts Control. Deck plays some number of effects that let you put cards in your graveyard ( Liliana of the Veil , Thirst for Knowledge occasionally) in conjunction with Gifts Ungiven , Unburial Rites , and some big dumb thing like Iona, Shield of Emeria / Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite to reanimate and bring the opponent to a screeching halt. Because you're playing Gifts, you wind up play single copies of cards or multiple cards with similar effects with different names (eg. Wrath of God , Damnation , Supreme Verdict , Day of Judgment ) so that you can force your piles with the card to do what you want. Gifts over the years has leaned more into strict Esper, but there are people who still play the old 4 Color lists with green for access to Life from the Loam and solid removal effects like Abrupt Decay and Assassin's Trophy . I can swing back through and link you some smaple deck lists in a bit.
Mental Misstep occurrence in decks from the last year
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.05%
WUB (Esper): 0.32%