Boza Pauper Expert

Hello World, I am Boza and I like deckbuilding! I am every color (but have a burning hatred for red) and I like every deck type (though I hate being simply aggressive). Pauper format is my main forte.

Every deck I build is generally unique and relies on the tried-and-true method of "I want to build around this so effing bad!!"

Please check my binder for trades (currently under construction). For trading purposes, keep in mind I am currently located in Bulgaria, Europe, so no trades with the USA for me :(

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Player 2. When a control switching effects ends for any reason, control reverts back to the player who last controlled the permanent.

June 24, 2017 8:52 a.m.

The tournament I was planning to organize was cancelled to due to low attendance; it is hard to organize something in the summer, when everyone wants to be at the beach...

I will try to test out the system in the following week.

June 23, 2017 4:20 a.m.

Planeswalker deck Nicol Bolas, seen in the trailer for HOU:

Nicol Bolas, the Deceiver 5UBR

+3 each opponent loses three life unless that player sacrifices a nonland permanent or discards a card.-3 Destroy target creature. Draw a card.-11 Nicol Bolas deals 7 damage to each opponent. You draw 7 cards,

Starting loyalty unknown

June 14, 2017 11:18 a.m.

Said on Ads...

#4

http://tappedout.net/mtg-forum/tappedout/any-annoying-ads/

This is the official thread for reporting annoying ads, but this will work too. Try to include something more descriptive than "bouncing anime girls" for the ad. (screenshot is best).

June 10, 2017 10:28 a.m.

Bluffing is a constant part of magic. Simplest example is this situation, which happens in 90% of Limited games.

Your opponent starts first. On your second turns, you both play Balduvian Bears. On his third turn, the opponent plays a land and attacks with his bears. Do you block?

There is an element of bluffing/mind games in every decision you make without 100% information. That is literally all decisions in Magic. So, yes, there is quite a lot of that.

June 10, 2017 9:19 a.m.

Abzan or GWB are the best enchantress colors and have a bias for Karador, Ghost Chieftain at the helm of one, given that enchantment creatures are now a thing.

June 10, 2017 5:24 a.m.

Works with others to split the decks up (and/or the cards) and thus the cost of the anthology. That makes it quite worth it IMO. Get the decks you need that way.

June 10, 2017 5:20 a.m.

Other favorites include Tidespout Tyrant, Inkwell Leviathan is good on the budget, and my favorite Empyrial Archangel.

June 10, 2017 5:15 a.m.

Yes, exactly. Cards on the RL are the safest speculation. The only thing that would impact the price would be a second judge promo of the same card, but that is highly unlikely with reserved list cards like Intuition or special promos like the phyrexian Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite.

June 10, 2017 5:03 a.m.

Said on Budget Help...

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I feel like the cheapest effective deck in standard is GR Energy Aggro:

The deck is made out of commons and uncommons and has a total of 3 rares: 4x Bristling Hydra and 4 Greenbelt Rampager which are a dollar and 3 Lathnu Hellion which is 0.5 each. The deck is super competitive too. Round out with 4 of each:

Attune with Aether, Harnessed Lightning, Longtusk Cub, Servant of the Conduit, Voltaic Brawler, Blossoming Defense, Invigorated Rampage and 21 lands, which can be basics even.

June 10, 2017 5 a.m.

All judge promos will retain their price, barring a reprint of the card in a Masters set at non-mythic rarity. If it is a mythic:

Force of will price history

Force Promo has declined a whooping 5% since EMA has been printed. So, judge promos almost never lose a lot. Compare it to the rare reprinted Wasteland, whose 2 judge promos lost 50% when EMA hit the shelves.

June 10, 2017 4:45 a.m.

Said on Act of Treason ......

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Yes, you get to keep the creature, because when the creatures reenters the battlefield, it has no memory of its previous existence.

June 8, 2017 3:53 p.m.

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My point is that Wizards have designed a set with so far near 0 impact on standard. There are a few Dissenter's Deliverance and Dispossess in the lists, but that is about the extent of Amonkhet on standard this weekend. Two points arise from this:

1/ bans > good design
2/ kaladesh block has too high of a power level.3/ They may be banning more from it.

June 6, 2017 7:34 a.m.

Decks

Mono Brogues

Modern Boza

SCORE: 68 | 52 COMMENTS | 9048 VIEWS | IN 37 FOLDERS

Azorious MORPHine trip

Modern* Boza

SCORE: 62 | 92 COMMENTS | 9577 VIEWS | IN 28 FOLDERS

Recursion theory - Vengevine edition

Modern* Boza

SCORE: 17 | 33 COMMENTS | 4595 VIEWS | IN 7 FOLDERS

Fluffy BYOS - Heartbeat Desire

Unknown* Boza

SCORE: 2 | 8 COMMENTS | 575 VIEWS | IN 1 FOLDER

ProcEspers

Modern Boza

SCORE: 17 | 21 COMMENTS | 2300 VIEWS | IN 7 FOLDERS

MaelStorm

Commander / EDH* Boza

SCORE: 2 | 8 COMMENTS | 411 VIEWS

Saskia - TO Build-a-deck

Commander / EDH* Boza

SCORE: 1 | 15 COMMENTS | 335 VIEWS

Esper Control

Highlander* Boza

38 VIEWS

Cubes

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Boza — 1 year ago

SCORE 2 | COMMENTS 0 | VIEWS 277

Finished Decks 46
Prototype Decks 27
Drafts 0
Playing since Lorwyn
Points 1739
Avg. deck rating 12.94
T/O Rank 86
Helper Rank None yet
Favorite formats Pauper, Highlander
Good Card Suggestions 1411
Venues Chimera Nottingham, Paladium Games
Last activity 1 day
Joined 3 years
MTGO Username Boza