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The deck aims to fill the graveyard with creatures, then win through Splinterfright and alikes.
@Forehand: I'm thinking about adding black. I would probably add Jarad too if I do. Tracker's Instincts is more useful than Grisly Salvage.
I don't have any problems with milling myself, doesn't really need other mill cards. I try to avoid spells without flashback or similar so they don't end up dead cards in the graveyard. I actually mill all my deck frequently and intentionally stop milling to not lose, but Laboratory Maniac could be a good alternate win condition, especially against graveyard removal. I think something like 1 maniac and 4 eternal witness would be a good package.
@homesuck: Same as above; if I add black, I may also add the spiders.
@RareLaboratory: Ok :) You're right, I added 2 more Pools. I don't like Harbor just because I usually want to begin the game with an untapped blue mana source to play Hedron Crab. Also in long games I tend to run out of basic lands to search with fetch lands (Hedron Crab has a bad habit of sending them to graveyard too), so I don't want to reduce them too much.
is Merfolk Looter any good? Better yet... Magus of the Bazaar ... can you consistently cast 2 creature spells in one turn? if so, i'd strongly suggest adding a set of Vengevine s to the deck, maybe a single copy of Skaab Ruinator just in case you need to punch through with an early 5/6 flyer
|Date added||1 year|
|Last updated||1 year|
|Sets||Dark Ascension, Innistrad, Archenemy, Zendikar, Alara Reborn, Eventide, Tenth Edition, Future Sight, Dissension|
|Top rank||#63 on 2012-08-08|