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Kozilek The Great Distortion was hard to cut but the effect that you get on him only does what he does at cast and not continuously. Although he has Menace and he also has the ability to discard spells to counter things from your hand, I feel that have any one of the praetors in the deck is doing more direct harm to the opponent that just wanting for an opponent to play something that you don't have the CMC for. Plus the card that are all made to be really good at any given time to give this deck the advatange so why would you want to discard them?

Day's Undoing - This card is okay. Every time I play it in the deck it just happens to be when I really need to be continuing my turn and instead it just ends the turn. The endeavors was to eventually have a Time Twister, but, those are hard to come by and when you do it's cost an arm and a leg to get one which I probably won't have one any time soon. While I could swap it for another wheel, I think finishing off the praetor set and placing all 5 in her adds power to the deck and more consistency to draw creatures for threats to your opponents.

February 15, 2019 2:30 p.m.

Updates For Everyone. By the way I appreciate all of the love for my deck, thinking about how to make the deck better consistently from a idealistic standpoint, from a logical standpoint and from many other standpoints. Believe me, I mulled this over for about a week and a half or two weeks and it was very hard to drop these creatures but overall I thought the adds of these creatures back into the deck (Once previously in the deck) deserved to be added back in for the sheer power.

Drops: Nicol Bolas The Ravager Kozilek, The Great Distortion Day's Undoing

Adds (The Rest of The Praetors): Elesh Norn Vorinclex Sheoldred.

I thought my adds were justified as this deck is about making powerful moves and being able to win at any time but also being able to be agile in any given situation.

Adding back in the praetors screams resource denial. A buddy of mine and me were talking it over and he said that the rest of the praetors do what you deck wants to do and nothing is better than putting yourself at an advantage while putting your opponent at a disadvantage when you are trying to win. That is what the game is about.

Nicol Bolas was dropped because it was a 4 drop. For any extra mana more powerful spells. Though his planes walker side is very powerful essentially 12 mana has to be dumped into it to get you there. Just way to many what if's vs dropping a praetor that takes you to value town immediately.

More coming soon on the other. Back to Work.

February 15, 2019 1:30 p.m.

Updates For Everyone. By the way I appreciate all of the love for my deck, thinking about how to make the deck better consistently from a idealistic standpoint, from a logical standpoint and from many other standpoints. Believe me, I mulled this over for about a week and a half or two weeks and it was very hard to drop these creatures but overall I thought the adds of these creatures back into the deck (Once previously in the deck) deserved to be added back in for the sheer power.

Drops: Nicol Bolas The Ravager Kozilek, The Great Distortion Day's Undoing

Adds (The Rest of The Praetors): Elesh Norn Vorinclex Sheoldred.

I thought my adds were justified as this deck is about making powerful moves and being able to win at any time but also being able to be agile in any given situation.

Adding back in the praetors screams resource denial. A buddy of mine and me were talking it over and he said that the rest of the praetors do what you deck wants to do and nothing is better than putting yourself at an advantage while putting your opponent at a disadvantage when you are trying to win. That is what the game is about.

Nicol Bolas was dropped because it was a 4 drop. For any extra mana more powerful spells. Though his planes walker side is very powerful essentially 12 mana has to be dumped into it to get you there. Just way to many what if's vs dropping a praetor that takes you to value town immediately.

More coming soon on the other. Back to Work.

February 15, 2019 1:30 p.m.

@BiggRedd54

One thing I will say is that you do have me thinking about it...reason being because I have a lot of support in the deck for individual creatures that would like to one shot a person for game!

Samut in the right kind of setup could be deadly! (Pieces like Finest Hour, Rafiq, Gisela, Mirari’s Wake would make him a one shot star! Essentially have these 4 out means that Samut can hit for 24 the first time around 6 Double Strike Double Damage and then since you get an additional combat, it would keep it buffs and buff another 2 +1/+1 meaning that it would be a 8 Double Strikw Double Damage...Meaning it would hit for 32 Damage the next time around. That is all vigilance....If you put any other buffs from Planeswalkers like Ajani or Elspeth, then it just gets nuttier!....So I see the potential in maybe adding it back, or putting it into your personal build if you choose to build this deck!

February 2, 2019 11:42 a.m. Edited.

@BiggRedd54

First of all thank you for the upvote. Samut was actually in the deck multiple times! Samut is a fine creature to go in this deck, however, Urabrask we deemed to be more superior and that is because of his ability to tap down all creatures down when they first enter in the battlefield (Particularly good for Green White Token and Proliferate kind of builds *esepcially after deck builds like that have access to Concordant Crossroads). Samut came out for Urabrask after much debate from my Ultra Instinct Panel! It was a hard cut because Samut has so much value, keywords, and the ability to untap a creature with a White Mana. The only problem I have with it is just that it is more dominant in the early game that it is in the late game! You can maybe say the same with Urabrask but Urabrask’s ability of tapping down other potential threats that enter into the game later on slightly outshadow and outclasses the abilities on Samut, also you have to pay a White and tap Samut just to get untap ability. I hope this help you with understanding my reasoning for why Samut is not in the deck and of course Samut is not better than Maelstrom Wanderer and for reasons I know that you would understand!

Thank you for your input and please keep it coming if you have any other suggestions currently working on an Alternate Build of this Deck that is seen and dominated through Ramos running as the commander

February 2, 2019 11:22 a.m.

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