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|Beatdown Box Set||Common|
|Classic Sixth Edition||Uncommon|
|International Collector's Edition||Common|
|Limited Edition Beta||Common|
|Limited Edition Alpha||Common|
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Counter target spell unless its controller pays x. If he or she doesn't, that player taps all lands with mana abilities he or she controls and empties his or her mana pool.
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Power Sink Discussion
2 days ago
Wow. With friends like that, who needs enemies? I like how you did not go the complete stax way. That way is super OP, but no one (including the player) has any fun. Good deck.
I'd recommend a Power Sink. My friend uses it to great effect.
Plus 1 from me.
1 week ago
Jace's Sanctum or Iceberg? I think it will fit in with your ramp spells. Recall? Sphinx's Tutelage for another end game? Syncopate or Dissipate or Spell Blast or Power Sink? I think some more draw wouldn't hurt anything, consider these - Tolarian Winds? Windfall? Stroke of Genius? Prosperity? Read the Runes? Also, where the hell is Guile? That card makes me want to play Baral, even if it's a shittier Leyline of the Void or Rest in Peace. Hope this help <3
3 weeks ago
Scour from Existence takes care of stuff like enchantments that Izzet colors otherwise have a really hard time dealing with.
Mindswipe is an X cost counterspell that also burns the caster's face for X. Pretty cool card for the strategy you're going with here.
Spell Burst is a reusable counterspell that just gains tons of value over time.
Fall of the Titans is a great X finisher that can wipe out two opponents at once if you have the mana.
Power Sink shuts down opponents' land bases while also countering a spell.
Reality Spasm can be fun to untap lands and add extra mana to your mana pool, or tap down a bunch of threatening attackers.
2 months ago
Dude, first off, the formatting on this page is incredible, I myself want to learn how to get these cool hidden tabs on my own decks.
I LOVE how all your cards combined together form this wonderful synergy of infinite combos and devastating spells that storm or buyback out of control. It seems like this deck can deal with even the most subtle of deck strategies like Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord combos, the permission you have is better than good. I will definitely use Power Sink in the future. How exactly does this deck function in a multiplayer game? What is your playstyle using this deck?
2 months ago
Copied your deck and started making changes of my own: Stopped Dead in Your Tax
After playtesting a bit, here are a few other honorable mentions.
Capsize w/ buyback to lock their land down and deal with any other permanents causing issues.
Power Sink to tap all their lands. This is really the grand finisher.
Muddle the Mixture to counter a spell or go get whatever you need.
Drift of Phantasms to block or go get whatever you need.
Brush with Death just seems like to too little for too much.
Also, I didn't see the need for either the Stormbound Geist or the Eldrazi Skyspawner. I know you're trying to get two for one here, and maybe get some combat damage in, but I really prefer doubling down on the enchantments and really making them do the work.
Since you're slowing the game down, maybe Ulamog's Crusher is the right play here.
2 months ago
I'm considering plopping War Priest of Thune for enchantment removal, but we'll see how the rest of the cards play.
4 months ago
How about Power Sink to force them to tap their lands/be a counterspell.