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Let’s say you’re 100% correct. Am I supposed to make adjustments to my list based on a deck I won’t be playing against any time soon? How is that even logical or insightful?
November 6, 2019 1:41 a.m.
So what is the point? Is everyone supposed to ditch the current meta just because 4 people in the world play your strategy? I totally get how easily decks having single points of failure can be dismantled. I have at least one deck posted here that uses PG for that purpose. What now?
Unless people actually start going after those single points of failure, unless the likelihood of going against “inception” decks becomes high enough, I don’t see any reason to make the premature adjustments. I have been reiterating that point ever since we started conversing and you’ve been trying to bury it with irrelevant point after irrelevant point.
November 6, 2019 12:56 a.m.
Just because some random guy happened to agree with me doesn’t mean he was my friend. If I remember it correctly, I went to your decklist after you posted the same things here on the other guy’s list.
This has become kind of your MO. You’d bash someone else’s list so you can brag about yours. Lol. I’m okay with it though. Like the other guy said, you come off as a douche so good luck winning people over to your crusade.
November 6, 2019 12:02 a.m.
Says the guy who, despite having already blocked me, goes to my page and basically tells me my list is terrible and that he has the best deck in the history of decks but doesn't need to play it against anyone outside his playgroup because he can "explain" why it's the best. lol
November 5, 2019 10:46 p.m.
Let me tell you what is simple. Your design isn't relevant unless we start playing against it. Flash Hulk decks and other decks in the meta became relevant and part of the meta because people actually use them and adjustments need to be made based on the likelihood of playing against them. So until the time comes when your design is no longer a hypothetical threat to the meta, i'm afraid you will stay irrelevant.
November 5, 2019 10:09 p.m.
Maybe because there is no need to address them. A concept works until it doesn't. Make it not work instead of telling us it doesn't.
November 5, 2019 9:54 p.m.
This again. You have no proof of these claims and more importantly, no proof that it would work the same way it did inside your playgroup of FOUR people. Telling me (again) I don't have proof that it won't work is logically flawed (burden of proof fallacy).
November 5, 2019 9:53 p.m.
jaymc1130 Again, your points are valid in as far as weaknesses in the deck's design. I have reiterated this a million times. The problem with you is that you want people to adjust their lists just because you have a deck that is designed mainly to go against ours. Until such time we start playing against you or deck's with a similar design, your points, while valid, will remain irrelevant.
November 5, 2019 9:42 p.m.
ArthurDayne Thank you for the upvote. The deck no longer runs Hermit Druid so there is no real reason for me to stick to zero basics. If one of each is too few to be reliable against Bad Moon then I think they are also too few for the downsides to be noticeable. Jaymc1130 pretty much sums up the other reasons why running basics is a good idea. Besides, our win cons are very mana efficient so fetching for an Island early in the game is usually enough to negate Blood Moon effects.
As for Reanimate, the deck runs a Spellseeker + Reanimate line that allows us to deal with Cursed Totem . Using the said line, we use Flash Hulk to put Carrion Feeder, Nomads en-Kor, Leonin Relic-Warder and Spellseeker into play. Warder takes care of the Totem, Spellseeker tutors for Reanimate. We then Reanimate the Hulk for a second Hulk trigger to assemble the missing pieces to win the game.
November 5, 2019 5:44 p.m.
enpc: thanks! you've actually come up with a lot of very useful suggestions it the past. I've been playing less nowadays but my usual pods are composed of Daretti Stax, Narset, GAA IV and a couple Flash-Hulk decks with occasional Shimmer Zur and Blood Pod guys playing every couple of weeks.
November 4, 2019 8:43 p.m.
jaymc1130 What you're asking me to do is to change my deck to address a threat that isn't even on my meta (yet). You have a good point. I've told you that numerous times before you blocked me (because you can't handle a person having a different opinion). But having a good point is not enough to actually shift the meta. You need to join big tourneys and win. Your deck might work well against "solitary win combo lines" but it has yet to prove it can consistently win at a higher rate against a cEDH pod compared to Flash Hulk and similar decks. You need to stop being a hypothetical threat and actually be on
November 4, 2019 8:32 p.m.
I was running some redundancies in the earlier versions but the deck seems to work fine without them. I chose to run multiple sac outlets since I am running Rector lines. And it allows me to go around Linvala, Keeper of Silence .
November 4, 2019 8:21 p.m.
Sure. Remind us how many notable tourneys your highly advanced gameplay has won? None. You need to start winning to force the cEDH community to “wise up”. Until then, I wish you the best.
November 4, 2019 8:02 p.m.
Has anyone considered using Gilded Goose over a dork like Fyndhorn Elves, Llanowar Elf or Elvish Mystic?
November 3, 2019 5:01 p.m.
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