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Mind Rot Discussion
8 hours ago
Too bad Mind Rot is already a card name :c
Undergrowth - Target opponent reveals a number of cards from their hand equal to the number of creatures in your graveyard. Choose one. They discard that card.
"No matter how strong the body is, the mind will likely give first." - Jace Beleren
Make us a new Dack Fayden.
His magic isn't really all that impressive, but he is a master thief. That's why his abilities are all about taking control of things in one way or another. Bare that in mind when designing him :)
17 hours ago
I don't know what your budget looks like, but I would suggest the following simply because of cost/effect improvement:
2 weeks ago
w33m4n So it didnt do so well against treasure control? I can sure add more discard, usually I use Plaguecrafter for that as I can just bring it back over and over but sure, more discard would help. Where you thinking something like Burglar Rat or actuall discard cards like Mind Rot, Duress, Divest, Vicious Rumors?
3 weeks ago
I really don't think Gnat Miser does enough. It's ability won't matter very often.
I also think Sink into Takenuma should go. It's a combo card. You don't have anything that benefits you from having extra cards in your hand, or from playing Swamps. So you don't have anything to combo with it. Wrench Mind, or even just Mind Rot would be much better.
1 month ago
I can see what you want your deck to be, but it seems to have too many instants and sorcereies that hurt what the deck wants to do: spam dragons. I’d recommend removing cards such as Lightning Strike and Abnormal Endurance as well as Mind Rot and your counterspells. They don’t really fit in the deck. I’d suggest swapping them for more dragons. I have my own Ur-Dragon deck and take out cards that don’t synergize with spamming dragons. A good card if you remove the dud instants is Hypergenesis. Additionally, if you want to spend like $15 on your mana base, checklands are the best cycle for you. Replace the awful Vivid lands with Checks, such as Clifftop Retreat andIsolated Chapel to make your mana base more efficient and not reliant on the terrible tap lands. There are also slow fetches, like Bad River to be able to fix easily. I hope this advice is helpful to you. :D
1 month ago
I'd name the card Mind Rot but that's already a thing :/
Poisoning of the Soul
Enchantment - Saga
Choose a player. As long as you control this saga, that players lands can only produce mana.
Destroy each creature that player controls with converted mana cost 3 or less.
Gain control of up to three target creatures and / or Planeswalker that player controls.
Garruk's Mana was corrupted and poisoned, he went on a Savage and brutal killing spree, and ended up losing his mind and will. Hopefully you guys like how I portrayed those elements on this card :D
So Jace and Liliana are really two sides of the same coin. Both can control the minds and wills of others. Jace does the living, Liliana does the dead.
Make your choice of a Ravnica or Amonkhet style dual card. One side blue, for Jace, and the other side black, for Liliana.
Both sides aim to control / manipulate someone / something in the game, but in a flavorful way for their respective colors.
Don't worry if you can't figure out a clever name for the cards. They don't have to follow the and/or format. :)
2 months ago
Sure, it defiantly sounds interesting. Nekusar also seems really interesting as well and I can see a lot of combos that can be done in a deck with him. Like using Painful Lesson , Mind Rot , etc, like a discard/mill deck.