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I like oldschool Ideas alot, but the landbase is pretty off I estimate. The Aysen Abbey and the School of the Unseen for example are plain bad cards. I guess they are so bad, they will dampen the fun you have with this deck. You might want to consider Flood Plain and Grasslands instead.
June 22, 2017 5:14 a.m.
Hello Sir,this deck looks sweet!
Can you explain the usage of the pouncing cheetah in the sideboard? What decks would you board it in agains?
June 22, 2017 5:07 a.m.
I personally like Femeref Enchantress. It adds up well with the triad Rancor, Brilliant Halo and Undying Rage. Just add some Auratog or Thaumatog to spice things up :) besides your Auramancer you could even play Monk Idealist.
Maybe I was able to give you some new ideas, if you want to try something new :)
Best regards, Friedrich
June 11, 2017 3:15 a.m.
your list looks sweet :-)
June 8, 2017 9:38 a.m.
I also play a legacy enchantress deck which you might want to take a look at (Legacy Enchantress (No Emrakul)). It is quite similar to your build but is a little bit different though.
You might want to consider playing basic lands instead of the Temple Garden. This improves your matchup against any burn decks (like burn or UR Delver) and furthermore it helps you to get a better boardposition against decks running Wasteland or Blood Moon.
I also used to play three Rest in Peace and two Helm of Obedience. At the moment I only play two and one. This opens a bit of space in the deck for other winoptions and is not a problem at all for me since I find the pieces I need sooner or later by picking up two Enlightened Tutor. It is no big issue swapping those out for the tutors, since it only adds more flexibility to your deck. :-)
June 8, 2017 9:27 a.m.
I like the fact you are not playin any Emrakul, the Aeons Torn.
I also run a legacy Enchantress Deck you might want to take a look at. It is quite similar to your build, but plays Helm of Obedience + Rest in Peace as a wincondition. You can take a look here: Legacy Enchantress (No Emrakul)
I am curious on your experice with the Chrome Mox in the main deck. What cards do you usually exile to them?
Best Regards, Friedrich
June 8, 2017 9:13 a.m.
There are a handful of top8 storm decks from 2017 using one Chrome Mox in the main deck. You can check this out at mtgtop8.com ...
I played storm in various different versions and at various times. Drawing a zero mana artifact is great if you storm off with Ad Nauseam to throw some unwanted cards into it to keep the storm up and running (or even just casting it for the storm count) and it is a great way to play a more straight forward game if it happens to be in your starting hand. So considering to play one Chrome Mox would improve your deck in my oppinion.
Furthermore I consider Soothsaying just a bad card in your deck, no matter if you tried to compensate the loss of Sensei's Divining Top or not. Comparing it to the other one mana cards you play, I would assume even a mere Preordain would be better in your deck.
To push your deck in a more proactive direction you might want to split the discard spells into two Duress and two Thoughtseize. Maybe in exchance for the Soothsaying. Another thing worth considering might be the fourth Cabal Therapy.
Some of the latest deck use Dark Petition. I would consider them more dangerous if you want to focus on the Ad Nauseam plan, but it gives your deck another angle of attack, since you can run more tutors for the sole cost of 2 mana. Another idea in this direction would be to play two burning wishes in the main deck and run a second Past in Flames, a second Tendrils of Agony and maybe an Empty the Warrens or a Massacre in the sideboard.
Best regards, I hope to give you you a littel input :-)
June 8, 2017 8:49 a.m.
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