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aether vial is almost as expensive as I am drunk, but worth itt if u gottem for4 a deck like this with this curve
October 6, 2018 5:06 a.m.
Conspiracy > Xenograft because Higure, the Still Wind. I would happily pay a colored mana in order to search up any critter. In a 2 color deck the color requirement is negligible imho.
October 5, 2018 7:48 p.m.
Thanks a ton for the prompt and concise reply! Greatly appreciated :)
October 4, 2018 7:20 a.m.
So the wording on Goblin Kites is a little different than I am used to.
Normally when a Delayed Trigger is worded, it is one with the normal Triggered Ability words, "When", "Whenever", or "At". But in Goblin Kites case it does not, making me wonder if it actually is?
If it is not a delayed trigger ability, does it still have to be in play in order to be put on the stack at the end of the turn?
Theoretically Im thinking that you could pay (R) any number of times, targeting the same creature, and then at end of turn, they all would trigger(assuming it is a delayed trigger) and resolve, alowing you to flip that many coins, regardless if the target or Kites were still in play...? Or does the targeted creature still need to be in play in order for the coin flip ability to go on the stack?
Im trying to decide if its worth running in Zndrsplt
October 4, 2018 6:39 a.m.
is there meant to be 3 liquimetal coatings in there or is that an accident?
Sweet cube though, I dig it. Ive been thinking of building a Myr Servitor 'artifacts matter' cube, and this def reinvigorates my interest in doing so :)
October 3, 2018 1:22 a.m.
You are running some strange choices in my eyes, like Diabolic intent. Vampiric Tutor/mystic tutor(blue one, lol) put on top, which is nice.
In general, you have a shwackton to spot removal, and a tiny bit of wrath effects. Id personally drop a bunch of the bad/not so good spot removal for half as many boardwipes as replacement. Black has a lot of badass boardwipes at the higher end of the mana curve. The fact that you can bounce things to your hand fairly easily in your deck helps mitigate their symmetrical effect somewhat.
October 2, 2018 6:10 a.m.
Oh, one thing I forgot to mention, Ninjitsu works very nicely with first strike/double strike(who would have thought?). My 60 card Ninja deck has its Ninjas wielding shitty Sharpened Pitchforks because they are cheap to use. Also they ninjitsu off of Ornithopters a lot for the same reason. Ornithopter could help you get more regular T2 Commander Ninjitsu, for that atter.
At anyrate, the point being that first strike/double strike create a whole new phase in the game, you guessed it, "first strike damage phase". At which point, your evasive creatures smack in with their first strike damage, and then they are still attacking, so you can then ninjitsu out your ninja, who hits the field running, and pokes your opponent in the regular combat damage step with all the other slowpokes. It also effectively lets you ninja off of another ninja, while still getting both ninja damage triggers.
October 2, 2018 6 a.m.
It is strangely harder than one might think honestly. Theres not a lot of way to put things back on top very efficiently in blue at least. I have that issue in my Melek deck. There is Conch Horn and Riverwise Augur, I feel like Im forgetting one though.
Im sure black has a ton of enchantments and things that can put creature cards back on top from the grave.
Haha, an oddball card that could be interesting is Vengeful Pharaoh :P
October 2, 2018 5:34 a.m.
Yep, Wrecky is out if you got the colors for KoA.
October 2, 2018 3:04 a.m.
I think Brainstorm's ability to put high cost cards from hand, back on top of your library for big trigger damage, should make it an auto-include. Shriekmaw would also probably be right up there in my eyes, decent trigger damage, and although he is situational in his removal aspect, he does have evasion, an important trait I think for this deck.
I like where the deck is going for sure though. Ive been mulling over throwing a ninja deck for EDH since she was spoiled, but other decks have so far been higher on the priorities list.
October 2, 2018 2:54 a.m.
October 1, 2018 11:24 p.m.
I think Mizzix and Melek have different builds, and it would not be super effective to just swap commanders. Melek needs a fair amount of topdeck manipulation and get his value from copying things, Mizzix requires more attention to card mana curves, and gets his value from casting big spells for dirt cheap. As for the Kenriths, I dunno, the blue one is applicable, the red one doesnt have a lot of synergy though. An alternative 'sparkler' commander is the new Niv-Mizzet.
September 30, 2018 3:55 p.m.
Thought Vessel over vensers journal.
Sphinx-Bone Wand is a great win-con.
Bloodwater Entity because putting stuff on top is clutch
Sol Ring auto include
Bosium Strip weird tech, basically gives flashback to all spells in a turn
Telling Time instant speed, gets something in hand, and on top
September 29, 2018 7:51 p.m.
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