- 2x Cryptic Command
- 4x Lightning Bolt
- 3x Lightning Helix
- 2x Mana Leak
- 4x Path to Exile
- 3x Remand
- 2x Spell Snare
Maybe switch the anger of the gods with supreme verdict, and run the angers in the sideboard.... I also have concerns about rest in peace in the sideboard, I understand that dredge is a problem but rest in peace really throws snapcaster mage off and makes him useless to play when you side them in, relic of progenitus or grafdigger's cage may be a better choice. I also believe that geist of saint taft is a great card but don't think it fits into your win con's. Maybe young pyromancer in those slots to bring in against aggro. Thing in the ice is also a good choice as it plays very well with everything, and super good with snapcaster mage as it returns him to hand once you flip him.
I also disagree with Sorin being the better PW....Nahiri is just so good in this shell. I have being considering adding Chandra, Torch of D to my list to see how it plays out....may be an alt win-con with a chandra ULT.
Over all nice list
January 7, 2017 11:09 a.m.
DrunkinAbbot adding cage is a major nonbo with Nahiri as its a symmetrical effect that means Emmy can't ETB off of Nahiri ult.
As for the RiP, relic is too slow with taking care of dredge, the overall idea is to hurt the opponent way more than we hurt ourselves, and generally I take out two snappies for the RiPs anyway, and it only really effects Mage if RiP is actually in play.
The Sorin comment by Falconer was a joke by a friend.
As for Torch of Defiance, I do not believe she is good enough to be modern playable. Sure she has card draw and psuedo ramp, but Nahiri filters draws in a control and can exile things like Blood Moon or ravagers or goyfs.
And finally, for the Geist, he comes in against slower decks such as Ad Naus or Scapeshift, which are prevalent in my local meta. The added pressure allows me to resort my resources to dealing with the combo while creating pressure on their side of the table. In a more generalized meta, I would replace him for 2 Dispel
January 7, 2017 12:02 p.m.
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This deck is Modern legal.