- 1x Black Lotus
- 2x Door to Nothingness
- 1x Mox Emerald
- 1x Mox Jet
- 1x Mox Pearl
- 1x Mox Ruby
- 1x Mox Sapphire
- 3x Voltaic Key
Have lots of money, access to power, or got really lucky in the 90's? Is winning with Painter's Servant or Tendrils of Agony boring you? Why win the way the same way all the nobles do? (I mean, they're really just plebeians masquerading as nobles anyways, right?) With your power and affluence, you should be able to win on your terms and in style.
But Why Door to Nothingness?
It has everything you need to not only beat your opponent, but humiliate them. 20 Damage? Too easy. You not only beat them, but you beat them with five-colors. You beat them with a jank 5-drop. You beat them because you are better than them.
Runeclaw Bear moved to the sideboard.
-1 Crazed Goblin from the sideboard as I wasn't siding him in as often as I would like.
runeclaw bears what are you too broke for grizzly bears? the true gentlemans ursine of choice
July 10, 2013 8:41 p.m.
@risingpulse - Dang, usually I'm the one pointing out people's your/you're/yore. Thanks!
@lurgrodal - Werebear was another consideration though I admit I have not yet earned putting either in this deck as of yet.
July 10, 2013 10:44 p.m.
You know you need every land and two moxen to activate right
July 11, 2013 8:08 p.m.
@truble - You could do that. Or you could just generate infinite mana of any color with Auriok Salvagers and Black Lotus.