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Also, tested it out with a group of friends and the deck did surprisingly well in multiplayer. I'm still learning how to play the deck however. I know things will be a lot different 1v1 where the best play will be a bit more evident.
Will update again after first FNM play.
I renamed the deck Junk of the Heart after a pretty good song. Haha, plus it fits the lifegain and color scheme.
I still have not had a chance to test this bad boy out but plan on playing with some buddies in the near future. Here is the plan:
Blood Scrivener is there to get card advantage and makes topdecking a treat.
The sideboard is currently geared towards combating friend's decks. The third Ready / Willing is for control match ups that are a little intense with the board wipes.
Tell me what you think! What needs to be added? I'm afraid it will do a lot of life gaining but little damage dealing. How can I help sink in that finishing blow?
Will update with playtest results and FNM battles when the time comes.
I really should have sideboarded my other Sigarda in. Far / Away was killing me and that would've been perfect.
Also, I have been mainboarding the Selesnya Charm playset in place of farseek and haven't really run into mana problems.