I play EDH and Limited.

I used to really streamline my decks towards their main focus, at the cost of being well rounded and able to deal with a variety of threats. Lately, I've tried to shy away from this, but I've been having trouble with the transition. My Daxos the Exalted is a good example of my deck building style, and how it has changed over the years.

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At this point, the name is a misnomer. Mana Crypt and Mana Vault should be near the top of any "best ramp" list, but they aren't included here. Quite frankly, the life loss doesn't really matter if you land a Mana Crypt turn 1 either, since you will either be far enough ahead that you are winning, or an opponent will destroy it.

Also, you have a rule of "no creatures" because of board wipes, which limits the credibility of this list. There a ton of artifact wipes and mass land destruction spells as well. And if you have this rule, why do you include cards that rely on creatures, like Sword of Feast and Famine? They are even harder to use than Llanowar Elves, since the elf doesn't have to attack (and connect!) to add mana.

I agree with arcane_trouper, this should be renamed or reworked to fit the name.

June 24, 2020 6:26 p.m.

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Daxos the Exalted

Commander / EDH Epidilius

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Finished Decks 311
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Playing since Ravnica: City of Guilds
Points 60
Avg. deck rating 11.10
T/O Rank 1133
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Favorite formats Commander / EDH, Modern, Casual
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