Tap, Sacrifice Mishra's Bauble: Look at the top card of target player's library. Draw a card at the beginning of the next turn's upkeep.
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Mishra's Bauble Discussion
2 weeks ago
Looks pretty solid, and if you are looking to get into Modern and midrange is what you like, you wont regret purchasing these pieces.
Hopefully one day you'll have the funds for at least a 3rd Liliana. She's as good as shes ever been in modern and is an important part of the decks power.
Personally Stirring Wildwood has been great for me. Its aggressively costed and reach can be important against decks like Affinity. But if you like Urborg that's cool too. Some people like the deathtouch on Hissing Quagmire and some like the aggressiveness of Treetop Village, so to each his own.
That's what is great about this deck is that it is very customizable to your play style and meta. Abzan players argue for hours about the correct Path/Push ratio, Collective Brutality main or side, 22 lands or 23 lands, TH/IoK ratio and so on. At the end of the day its about your playstyle and meta more importantly. Overall the deck looks solid though and once you start playing it you'll get a feel for the right numbers.
2 weeks ago
I would say you can probably afford to cut a land or two. I would also up Inquisition of Kozilek to 4, and lower Thoughtseize to 2. And Fatal Push. I would go down to 2 Abrupt Decay, 3 Path to Exile and cut both Anguished Unmaking for at least 3 Fatal Push. If you are playing Grim Flayers, you normally need Mishra's Bauble and or Unbridled Growth.
3 weeks ago
First off, I'd like to say that you list looks very solid, but there are a few things that I think can be changed around. Thought Scour is incredibly powerful in a deck like this and running only one doesn't make it a consistent source of value. Like what cplvela0811 said, I think that you should cut one Serum Visions and in its place perhaps put another Thought Scour. Also, running two Maelstrom Pulses mainboard seems a bit excessive. Your deck has plenty of removal, and taking out a Maelstrom Pulse would open up room for another Thought Scour or Mishra's Bauble. Like I said, this list is solid, but I think that there are some changes that can be made.
3 weeks ago
I know this is probably not what you want to hear, but I would cut the Ancestral Visions. This is because your deck wants different kinds of card advantage than a more traditional Sultai control list would. Even though suspending Ancestral Vision is arguably a better turn one play than Thought Scour or Mishra's Bauble, the latter two, when played, make almost all of the cards in your deck better. Ancestral Vision, while generating a bunch of value, does not have the same effect. That's why I would play 3 Mishra's Bauble instead of the Visions.
4 weeks ago
Im not a fan of Leyline of Sanctity mainboard. There's too many dead matchups for my taste. Mishra's Bauble might be a tad better than Glint-Nest Crane but I cant afford a playset right now. I'll start testing online to see if that's better though. And Collective Brutality always seemed a tad slow to me.
1 month ago
Some changes I thought off:
Mishra's Bauble > Sylvan Library much better draw\deck control.
Rescue from the Underworld > Defense of the Heart most likely opponent will have 3 creatures.
Grim Haruspex > Graveborn Muse seems like a better card draw, need to see if I have enough zombies\not too much.
Soul of the Harvest > Grave Titan feels like a good change as I need zombies and I need more creatures for sacrifice.