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Thanks for the comment and advice, Jimmy_Chinchila!

I normally avoid the man lands in my builds so I didn't even consider them, but I don't see any reason why they wouldn't work with Rienne. Good idea! I just might give them a try.

I was just checking out your Planeswalker Emblem EDH deck (lovely build as well) and got the idea to replace Asceticism with Privileged Position in this deck. So thanks for that bit of inadvertent inspiration. I was gonna suggest Tezzeret, Artifice Master for your deck since I've been playing him on MTG Arena lately, but I was unsurprised to see you already had him after all.

July 16, 2019 12:29 a.m.

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Well, all I'll say is I run less basics than your 29 and I don't usually run out of them. Of course, my deck isn't really meant for the long game anyway; it's a ticking time bomb that's a little less potent the longer it's delayed from going off. Don't get me wrong, I've gone some long games with it and won on occasion, but if my buddies killing Omnath as quickly as possible each time I play him is an indication of anything, it's that the sooner he's dealt with, the better their odds. Anyway, if you give any of the land dumps a shot, I'd highly suggest Boundless Realms . Casting that a turn after dropping Omnath puts your opponents in a corner in a snap.

July 12, 2019 1:53 p.m.

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Interesting to see how different our strategies are! I'd suggest more land dump cards like Boundless Realms , Traverse the Outlands and Scapeshift . Playing any one of these with Omnath floods the board quickly.

Honestly, I typically win by using one of the above cards and then killing my Elemental token army I just built (you already have some idea of what I mean since you have Perilous Forays in here). Considering that, I'd also suggest some passive sacrifice outlets like Ashnod's Altar and Goblin Bombardment . The latter may be the sneakiest win condition in my deck. The former can be really great paired with something like Genesis Wave (and then hopefully you run into a haste card like Fires of Yavimaya or Hammer of Purphoros if you don't have one out already). Stalking Vengeance is an underrated card to milk more damage out of killing your own dudes. In the same vein, a couple more board wipes like Blasphemous Act and Chain Reaction can't hurt, and cost less than Obliterate .

Anyway, just a look into how I built my deck's strategy. Putting out an Elemental army is great - if you get a turn to attack with them, that is. Otherwise, I've found the most effective way to abuse Omnath's second ability, and kill my opponents in the swiftest way possible, is to kill my own army.

July 12, 2019 9:57 a.m. Edited.

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Yeah, I have plenty of ramp in here to get him out around turns 4 or 5 typically. However, just playing this deck puts a target on me any time I play it with my buddies because it has a tendency to overwhelm the board quickly. They do everything in their power to kill Omnath whenever he hits the board, because after a turn or two it's game over.

July 11, 2019 7:36 p.m.






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