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That is a very strange cut, but it definitely is one of the weaker card draw cards. Hope it works out for ya
June 12, 2019 1:49 p.m.
Just a little bit yeah, I'm not fully certain what I'd bring out to make room tho. But it would be nice to have more tutors. There hasnt really been all that much of a difference in win % with or without it tho, so I'm not fully on board it's inclusion/exculsion atm
June 11, 2019 7:47 p.m.
Sorry about the late replies, finally back home :p
TwinStags I am really liking Aria of Flame yeah, It is recurable with Sun Titan unlike Aetherflux Reservoir and doesn't force us to go all out in a single turn, allowing us to play more conservatively in order to make our board safer. I'll detail the cards being tested at the end of this post.
czarkingrex Any deck can be made without the very expensive manabase, but that would also make every deck weaker. This is a cEDH deck and in the worst colors, Boros. Any cuts to the quality and consistency of the deck will destroy any chance it has in a competitive environment. You can of course take the really expensive ones out, starting with Grim Monolith and just bring this deck to a more casual table. Just dont expect to be landing any turn 2 Feather, the Redeemed 's when your mana base looks like Fire Diamond
WHICH BRINGS ME TO THE NEXT PART OF THIS POST. I will detail all the cards being used in testing for this deck from the Modern Horizons set now that all cards have been reveled.
I will be testing all of these cards, each to varying degrees. I will not update the list until I have fully tested all of them, so dont freak out if you dont see obvious additions such as Talisman of Conviction for a few days. Look forward to it ( ^-^)
June 1, 2019 7:48 a.m.
I have Soul's Fire in the deck as my tutor-able answer to most creature based threats on the field. Chandra's Ignition was in the deck in the early stages but wiping my entire board bar one creature was annoying since it can really only be pulled off once with a full board, and leaves us with a board we can no longer draw a lot of cards off of. It is also an answer that cannot be tutored which means we need luck for it to work, and requires an entire turn of mana in order to pull of since 5 is quite a bit.
Settle the Wreckage unfortunately requires the creatures to attack in order to work. Which doesn't happen very often in cEDH. You talked about stopping Yisan decks with it but that can be done by playing more versatile cards like Teferi's Protection which cripples the one turn Yisan gets for a combat victory. Yet still let's Yisan kill the other players for you.
Although the changes you recommended are definitely more of a meta based recommendation. If you find your games filled with a lot more Yisan style win condition decks than Settle the Wreckage could be considered. But you'd need to select which cards to prune from the deck in order to fit it based on which decks you don't see very often in your play group. As such I don't feel it has a place in a deck based around handling a wider arrangement of decks when it already packs a fair number of cards that handle similar strategies already.
May 27, 2019 4:01 p.m.
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