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Some neat deck tech would be the addition of Sundial of the Infinite. When you commander dies his death ability triggers and goes on the stack. You can then activate sundial to end your turn and exile the ability on the stack. Effectively keeping all nightmares you have in play.

January 5, 2019 11:49 a.m.

I see. At my mtg table, of 5-7 people, most players run between 3-5 board wipes each. As such I am often bias toward protections that can avoid such rampant and I targetless hate. However I do believe that despite your meta having reduced boardwipes this card is still very useful. You can utilize this card as an alternative to discarding for protection (thus maintaining your hand size) or offensively on your opponents commander effectively removing a threat permenatly. Do remember that all enchantments on a phased permenant also phase out, thus this enchantment can easily protect itself from removal. It is a superior Darksteel Mutation in some ways.

January 2, 2019 7:09 p.m.

As for the Helm combo I don’t run it because I would only be able to add Leyline of the Void to the deck as Rest in Peace disrupts my own graveyard (which is a non-positive move). It’s a fun combo though, and I do have the search mechanics to make it happen. Ultimately I feel that it is often easier for my to just tutor Aetherflux Reservoir.

December 28, 2018 9:30 a.m.

So I don’t run Extraplanar Lens in multi-colored decks because they lack consistency in the mana base. That is to say it’s often hard for me to gain significant value from the card given my limited basic land number. I primarily run snow-covered lands because they are hilarious with Sunstone. Beyond that Volrath's Stronghold is pretty good, however I have not added it to this list yet because I don’t own one. However it will eventually make its way into the deck.

December 28, 2018 9:25 a.m.

I’m not supremely concenrned about repeated removal as Ayli, Eternal Pilgrim can manage such a thing cheaply. Yes they can kill her but she is cheap to recast and the deck possess a few ways to reanimate her from the grave (should I wish to let her go there). Luckily the deck can sustain its token production and therefore allows us consistently remove targets. We do require 50hp to use Ayli in the mentioned way but that’s not incredibly unlikely.

December 27, 2018 10:22 p.m.

@hellhole3927 Felidar Sovereign is already in the deck. I am also aware of Darksteel Mutation however I do not run it as 3 of my field wipes can remove either the enchantment or creature. As for Kormus Bell I like the Elesh combo, but it seems mostly like a win-more condition that ultimately (while useful) would result in a detriment to myself.

December 27, 2018 7:01 p.m.

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