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Scry 1. (Look at the top card of your library. You may put that card on the bottom of your library.)
Draw a card.
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2 hours ago
Why do you run Talisman of Impulse over Talisman of Indulgence? Seems like you use black a lot more than green. Also, Opt, Sleight of Hand, Serum Visions, Night's Whisper, Mox Amber, Pact of Negation, and Snap seem like a weird picks here. Opt, Sleight of Hand, Serum Visions, and Night's Whisper are sub-par draw spells that, outside of the Doomsday lines, have no real place here because they they tend to slow down the deck too much during storm turns, especially in the case of Serum Visions. Mox Amber is straight garbage here, as the only two legendary colored permanents you have in the deck are Yidris, Maelstrom Wielder, and Baral, Chief of Compliance. Pact of Negation is a terrible counterspell in this deck, as during cascade turns you want to get maximum value and reliability off of the 0 CMC slot, which is why the deck normally runs value cards like Ancestral Vision, Wheel of Fate, and Mana Crypt. Snap seems like an odd inclusion unless your meta runs a lot of hatebears, and even in that case there are much better removal spells such as Toxic Deluge.
1 day ago
So I like Opt and Chart a Course as a means of getting to Tetsuko a little easier. It's frustrating when you can't find her. Opt pretty much makes your deck 56 cards since it just replaces itself but that scry first is really nice and one could argue it's actually like having 52 cards because you can bury one before taking one (it's not, but it's fun to think of it that way, lol). Also, there's not a ton else to do on turn 1 other than the Inciter which is not mission critical on the first turn anyway. Chart is nice because it replaces itself with two cards and all you have to do is attack to avoid discarding which is what this deck wants to do pretty much every turn anyway. I've used Chart in so many decks and haven't had a great excuse to try Opt so I think this time I'll give it a go and see what happens in place of the Nimble Obstructionist. Now that I think about it I made that same mistake with him before by overlooking the same wording... I still really like him but its primary reasoning was to avoid the death trigger and if it can't do that I can't make much of an argument to keep him around other than being unblockable with Tetsuko. Again, completely unnecessary though. Oh well.
2 days ago
I think you should pick to either go with Delve or with Delver of Secrets Flip, all in. As it stands I'm not sure you have enough spells to consistently flip a delver or to load the graveyard for delve creatures. Both ways would feed well off Opt; and Delve would also like Street Wraith and more Thought Scours. Delver might work better in a control shell, maybe with help from Nimble Obstructionist, Snapcaster Mage and the new Wizard's Retort.
3 days ago
FYI Opt made the cut as the replacement. I have been vary happy with this change.I now have a few more changes to make to the deck based on some changes made with Dominaria and other reprints making cards more obtainable. We will see what that brings.
3 days ago
3 days ago
I forsee you attacking with a hand full of counters, unable to pump your wizards mid combat, after they went through unblocked... If your plan really is to pump them post-blocks, you probably need some more instant spells that don't require a target, or at least not an opponent casting spells at that exact time.