your are right coz i won with it on FNM one month ago, only 8 people were participating in total tho but still it means a lot to me :3 it was my first 1st place in FNM
April 13, 2015 2:03 p.m.
Always love a good bogle deck; just started to build min and have aome questions? I got no spirit dancers and one coronet short....so playing 3 noble heirarchs and a single spellskite mainboard...is it playable with the spirit dancers?Moat decks only run 1 dryad arbor, why not more?is cavern of souls viable in the sideboard?
Thanks again. +1
May 18, 2016 4:11 p.m.
This deck is exactly what i've been looking for. I love me some Slippery Bogles :P Ima steal this build from ya haha
May 12, 2017 10:04 a.m.
Given that your deck is 57% white; I'd say that it makes sense for you to be running a basic plains. If you do that, you're not completely shut down by Blood Moon. I saw that you said you'd just use Nature's Claim (which you don't have pre-board) to deal with Blood Moon but you really should consider running a basic plains to deal with it in your mainboard. Probably just swap it for one of the four Razorverge Thicket Since 4 in practice is a bit too "tap-land-ish". Also, what do you do against a deck that runs Chalice of the Void in addition to Blood Moon? Well in such a deck like "Sun and Moon", you're usually Chaliced on turn one, so that shuts off your artifact / enchantment hate immdeiately. So here's what I would suggest: drop the Nature's Claim for a spread of different CMC and also different coloured cards e.g. Krosan Grip, Seal of Primordium, Disenchant, Fragmentize, and/or Natural State.
BTW, here's my bant Bogles Toolbox Decklist: https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/radioactive-mutation-therapy-bant-bogles-1/
P.S. I would also recommend finding room in your sideboard for a 4th Path to Exile; the ratio I have is 3 to 1 mani vs side for the amount of Paths in my Bogles deck