-Arcanity- Deckling

It's just your average neighborhood jank wizard.

I am a mixture between a frisky Johnny and a toxic Spike. My color alignment is Grixis (Nicol Bolas is my dad so suck it), though I enjoy playing decks of any color combination, as long as the deck is all good and spicy.

I mainly focus on Standard and Modern play, though I do play Legacy once in a while. I also love playing Limited, but I'm not really an expert at it. I do not play Commander of Brawl.

And I'm not the richest person on earth, so almost all of my decks have budget in concern.

Take a look at some of my decks below:

These Standard decks are all spicy stuff I brewed up mostly on my own. They're usually pretty budget-friendly.

All Hail Surveil - Dimir TurboSurveil

Let's Kick 'Em (Kicker Tribal) - Jund Kicker

The Fish Shall Rise - Simic Merfolk

Modern decks I make cost $200 at most, but usually, I try to go as budget as possible. Also, for some reason, all of these decks are based on Innistrad tribes...

SpooksterSquad - Esper Spirits

The Hunt is Calling - Gruul Werewolves

Mad for blood - Rakdos Madness Vampires

Building competitive and budget-friendly Legacy decks that cost $250 or less is really hard, but not impossible. I've made one. Now I'm working on a second. (Spoiler alert: It's a combo deck!)

WinterVise Burn - A Song of Ice and Fire - Mono-Red Black Vise Burn

Decks made for those who can't afford a playset of Black Lotuses but still want to have fun...

Splice the Spice - Modern Bant Splicers, $70

Just some of my side projects and not-so-important decks.

Glory to House Dimir - Dimir Control (Standard)

The Rite of Fungus and Famine - Golgari Saproling Aristocrats (Standard, partly outdated)

E. E. E. - Enchant. Equip. Exterminate. - Boros Bogles (Standard, partly outdated)

-Arcanity- says... #1

DragonKing90 You're just repeating the same words over and over again, cuz you know your argument is failing, but you don't wanna admit it.

Just play the card if you wish so badly. You'll fail, I guarantee you. But no shame, boy. I'm generous.

October 10, 2018 11:26 p.m.

DragonKing90 says... #2

i have literally already given you specific examples. the card is good. period. you're just not using it right.

October 10, 2018 9:15 p.m.

-Arcanity- says... #3

DragonKing90 Then you give me specific details about why it would be good. If a card is not good, then IT IS BAD, because there are better options, and options are limited in magic.

Also, the only way to make stubborn people like you learn is by failure. Go ahead, play a deck with Unmoored Ego in Standard. If you're smart, you'll quickly find out that it's often a dead sideboard card. if you're not, you'll play it when its sub-optimal and lose games. I mean, seriously, why should I care about that? I've failed, and I have learned, so maybe it's time for that to happen to you, too.

Go ahead, play that card. It's your choice about what you want to do.

October 10, 2018 9:09 p.m.

DragonKing90 says... #4

you absolutely did not give any evidence why Unmoored Ego is bad in standard because the things you listed were completely invalid. literally your entire summary of the top decks in standard can be translated as "the decks do stuff". that is too generic and broad and you gave zero specific detail whatsoever.

October 10, 2018 10:47 a.m.

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Said on 24 Bolt...

#1

Right, i see. although I'd still replace swiftspear with goblin guide.

October 16, 2018 8:22 p.m.

Said on 24 Bolt...

#2

Probably want Goblin Guide, it's just better than lavarunner since giving the opponent an occasional land really isn't that important to a burn deck.

October 16, 2018 9:45 a.m.

Said on UB Surveil...

#3

I've been having some success with this: All Hail Surveil

October 15, 2018 10:55 p.m.

This is fun.

October 15, 2018 12:11 a.m.

This is fun.

October 15, 2018 12:10 a.m.

-6 Well, my favorite deck in Standard rn is Golgari Midrange.

So...


Kraul Seer - BG

Creature - Insect Shaman

Flying

1BG, exile a creature card from your graveyard: Draw a card.

2/1


It's an efficient mana sink/graveyard recycler. 1 toughness makes it easy to kill (chainwhirler/Plague Mare, since it has the power to take over in the late game. In the early game, it's just an on-curve dude. If made real, this would be strong while not format-breaking. And it's a Kraul cuz the Krauls deserve some love.

October 15, 2018 12:09 a.m.

Said on Do you want ......

#7

Also you could use Divine Visitation for a very fun and powerful late game. You could take out an Ajani's Welcome for it

October 13, 2018 6:47 a.m.

Said on Do you want ......

#8

Try Shanna, Sisay's Legacy, and swap out Gift of Paradise sinc its pretty bad ramp at 3 mana.

October 13, 2018 6:45 a.m.

Said on All Hail Surveil...

#9

Dimoroc Crucible of Worlds? It's a modern sideboard staple to beat Ponza or to reuse fetchlands. In Standard, it's rather useless unless a land-focused combo deck shows up. I mean, wizards reprinted it to lower the price for Modern since they knew it won't become a standard staple.

October 12, 2018 9:57 p.m.

Btw GingerSquatch93 I wasn't asking you for how long you've been playing. I was asking DragonKing90.

October 11, 2018 4:25 a.m.

Said on -Arcanity-...

#11

DragonKing90 You're just repeating the same words over and over again, cuz you know your argument is failing, but you don't wanna admit it.

Just play the card if you wish so badly. You'll fail, I guarantee you. But no shame, boy. I'm generous.

October 10, 2018 11:26 p.m.

Said on -Arcanity-...

#12

DragonKing90 Then you give me specific details about why it would be good. If a card is not good, then IT IS BAD, because there are better options, and options are limited in magic.

Also, the only way to make stubborn people like you learn is by failure. Go ahead, play a deck with Unmoored Ego in Standard. If you're smart, you'll quickly find out that it's often a dead sideboard card. if you're not, you'll play it when its sub-optimal and lose games. I mean, seriously, why should I care about that? I've failed, and I have learned, so maybe it's time for that to happen to you, too.

Go ahead, play that card. It's your choice about what you want to do.

October 10, 2018 9:09 p.m.

Ok, so you think you're right, huh? Then you give me evidence. Give me statistics. Have you ever seen a card name removal spell played as a FOUR OF in any tier one deck?

Btw, my boi, for how long have you been playing the game?

October 10, 2018 9:04 p.m.

Said on In the Sky...

#14

Uh... Where's Path to Exile?

October 10, 2018 9:08 a.m.

Said on Budget Dimir Tempo...

#15

Yea, if you have budget limitations, you should probably play Hostage Taker. (glad that i got my set of Doom Whisperers when it was ten bucks)

October 10, 2018 9:05 a.m.

I would just remove Niv and focus on Bolas here. If you really want to play Niv, then remove black. I feel like his color restrictions make the black splash extremely painful.

October 10, 2018 8:48 a.m.

Said on Budget Dimir Tempo...

#17

Doom Whisperer for late game power.

October 10, 2018 8:06 a.m.

Said on Budget Dimir Tempo...

#18

Unamused_Pupper I'm not saying whisper agent is Standard illegal. I'm saying that's it's not strong enough for competitive standard play.

October 10, 2018 7:03 a.m.

DragonKing90

Are you literate?!

Unmoored Ego says "That player shuffles their library, then draws a card for each card exiled from their hand this way." So if you exile a card from their hand they get to draw another one.

And look at your argument above. First off, you said the card was not good against Tron on the play cuz you can only play it after turn 3. And the Stompy deck can play steel leaf champ on turn two with a Llanowar Elves on turn 1. And taking a powerful creature from their deck wont matter much because you're spending a card and a turn to cast Unmoored Ego, while they can play other threats. The stompy deck has more threats in it than any deck can answer if it happens to draw them all. So it's a lot more effective to use a general removal spell to kill whatever creature they actually have, rather than taking away cards from the library that they very well may not draw. And you're saying that I provided no evidence that Unmoored Ego isn't useful in the current Standard? I literally listed all the tier one decks in Standard and analyzed why other options are more effective.

Btw, dude, it's UBx control, cuz the colors r always named in clockwise order. Also when you play a deck like that, you use discard spells to get rid of hexproof threats from the opponent's hands, since they dont leave you down a card.

Also, you can't be 100,0000% correct. That is not logically plausible, my friend.

October 10, 2018 12:13 a.m.

DragonKing90

About Tron: If a Tron player assembles the lands on turn 3, there's a high chance that they can just stick a Karn or some other powerful stuff and Blood Moon isn't enough to prevent that. But we digress with Tron.

Now back to the main thing.

"you're still wrong." "you're still wrong." "you're still wrong."

Amazing argument. That's basically what everyone says when their argument is failing. You say you know what 0 for 1 means, but what you said before clearly shows that you don't. And I have given you evidence of why Unmoored Ego is not useful in Standard right now, and there's nothing you can say because it's the truth. But you don't want to admit that you were wrong. I'm open to new ideas, but only if your argument is valid. "you're still wrong." is not.

October 9, 2018 9:40 p.m.

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Mad for Blood

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Finished Decks 36
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Playing since Kaladesh
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