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Pyxis of Pandemonium
T: Each player exiles the top card of his or her library face down.
7, T, Sacrifice Pyxis of Pandemonium: Each player turns face up all cards he or she owns exiled with Pyxis of Pandemonium, then puts all permanent cards among them onto the battlefield.
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Pyxis of Pandemonium Discussion
2 weeks ago
also i like having 1xCrucible of Worlds and 1-2xGhost Quarter in the main, also handy if they GQ your Academy Ruins so you can get it back or you can use it to get rid of evey land in their entire deck, Inventors' Fair is always avalible, you can also do snazzy stuff like Academy Ruins->GQ->replay->activae again. also slighlty meta dependant but most of the time you are safe to run only 3 Ensnaring Bridge as there are a decent ammount of decks that dont use creatures to win and alog with Whir of Invention, acient sturrings, Lantern of Insight and self mill, you are still gonna find it.
for the SB id reccommend Torpor Orb as its a strong hate card that goes well in this deck and some ammount of Welding Jar or Spellskite, or Padeem, Consul of Innovation you need someway to protect your stuff and there is a pretty high chance that your opponent will run some form of artifact hate. i dont know if its fine tuned and thrashes everyone in your meta but your SB seems kind of weak to me.
also generalrenard you never deck yourself if they have no interaction with using Academy Ruins and an artifact that can kill iteself like Pyrite Spellbomb, Lantern of Insight, Mox Opal (legend rule) or discard to hand size, Academy Ruins it ontop of your deck and draw it next turn, repat for infinity. eventually you can, mill it with Pyxis of Pandemonium or ult Jace, the Mind Sculptor. if neither of thoes are an option then its a tie.
2 weeks ago
1 month ago
No, you're right, that makes sense. I mean, Jace, the Mind Sculptor's ultimate and Pyxis of Pandemonium both exile cards and can thus get rid of Emrakul, but you make a valid point. I'll put in a Pyrite Spellbomb not just because of that, but because I'm a little paranoid someone will Surgical Extraction the Lantern of Insight.
on Odd One Out
2 months ago
I like your decklist. You might wanna consider Codex Shredder/Lantern of Insight/Pyxis of Pandemonium...all of which are odd-mana costed and allows for top deck manipulation. Trinket Mage might also be beneficial in grabbing any one of your top deck manipulators like SDT. Odd number bombs like Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre will also be a blast. Good luck!
2 months ago
4 months ago
@Woiteck - Thank you for the suggestions and the Upvote! All of those cards should be considered for any chaos style deck. I completely forgot about Pyxis of Pandemonium and will have to find room for it in this deck. I used to run Goblin Diplomats but found it to be low impact and ended up replacing it with Sunbird's Invocation when that card came out. Sands of Time has a fun synergy with Price of Glory that will keep players from being able to tap their lands at the end of an opponents turn in order to untap all their lands on their own turn. It is definitely worth testing if I can pick up a copy. Timesifter seems like it would be great in this deck with all the high mana cost cards in it. With my luck though, I would hit a pocket of land and never have another turn, but at least it would be fun. I will try this out when I get a copy. Shocker would be great if I could get it down turn 2 but after that it and Barbed Shocker suffer from being easily blocked unless the opponent wants a new hand. Although, Shocker does bring me back to my old days of magic. I always loved that card and I remember first reading it back when I opened a pack of Tempest. :D
4 months ago
I have a chaos deck as well and I love it! So much fun.