Sergal you just made my day sir, and took the words right out of my mouth and I couldn't have said it better! When I got into the competitive side of magic it almost ruined magic for me because of people like him. I always brewed rogue modern decks and was gawked at every time, even if they beat top tier decks but didn't win the tournament.
April 17, 2017 12:47 p.m.
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adanaz, thanks man! Glad you like it!!
April 20, 2017 1:55 p.m.
Jeskai burn used to be a thing when Treasure Cruise was legal. Naya and Boros are just better options now.
Naya Charm can't do any damage to the opponent. Pretty terrible burn spell.
Jungle shrine. Really? I'm having a hard time telling if you are trolling.
Wooly thoctar. Meet Path to Exile.
Bloodbraid elf is banned in modern.
Dudes got a pretty solid, stock list. I'd like to see Atarka's Command in the flames of the bloodhand slot, but otherwise, it's pretty solid.
April 19, 2017 1:41 p.m.
Naksu, solid suggestion. I playtest all suggestions, so I'll try it out and see how it works out.
robbnoble Ayli seems like sideboard potential against attrition strategies. Playtesting her as well.
I'll keep you guys posted when I get down the proper configuration. Also currently playtesting with Bone Picker, so the slots may be based on how that testing transpires.
April 18, 2017 2:12 p.m.
Naksu fucking autocorrect got me so bad during my reply to you
April 17, 2017 9:26 p.m.
Naksu: card is awesome and I would uncountable run it if it wasn't so pricey. I have a playset in my tokens set, but this deck has to be under 180 and good, so I can't do it. Thanks man!
bah-bammmm whatever dude. I'm done arguing with you. We clearly have 2 very different view points, and I don't think either of us is far from wrong. Just leave it alone. But don't lie, this deck is solid based on the peramiters I set on making it. It can hold its own against a decent tier 1.5-2 format. It's decently competitive so give it some slack
April 17, 2017 9:17 p.m.
bah-bammmm, so if someone can't afford to travel to a Grand prix, but they are sitting at home with a beautiful homebrew that could sweep the GP, that deck is just bad? Because it hasn't posted results? So, by your logic, you have to be able to afford to travel to competitions for your deck to be competitive? Some logic dude. You are basically saying, if your deck isn't public, it isn't competitive. Regardless of the actual deck. Dude, you are so wrong it's crazy.
April 17, 2017 6:03 p.m.
bah-bammmm, dude, I understand completely that people like you, that think the way you do, are cancer to magic. People that feel that competition results are the ONLY thing that make a deck competitive are the reason that everyone in the format plays the same decks, and have been that way for years. People wonder why the format is dying and not supported by wizards as competitive anymore its because of cancerous, unintelligent, ridiculous pieces of shit such as yourself. If I'm not understanding, stop trying to make your point. Fuck the fuck off.
April 17, 2017 12:38 p.m.
MrBiggieD, I'm going to be playtesting it, but I don't have high hopes. Don't get me wrond, it's sick, but it just seems like a really bad topdeck when things aren't going well. I'm trying out 2, and I'll run about 20 games and see how I feel about it. Thanks man!
Dredgar, thanks for the support, well said my dude.
bah-bammmm, the archetype has had plenty of success on online competitive leagues. Just do your homework. It hasn't posted results in paper, so I guess that means its bad, because the netdeckers haven't heard about it. Faeries was dominating everything online in the hands of Osman Ozguney, but still went unrecognized, until he qualified for a pro tour with it. A user by the name of "Artemesis" went 5-0 with a W/B aristocrats deck in a competitive league this month online. Not my exact list, but still the same archetype that you said has never posted results.
April 17, 2017 8:19 a.m.
April 16, 2017 9:25 p.m.
bah-bammmm, lol. What classifies competitive in your book? Having fetches and shocks? Being $600+? Competitive to me means it's able to post results in a competition. I play modern competitively. I own u/w control, abzan, burn, and blue moon. I know competitive when I see competitive. This deck competes at a tier 2 level consistently. Skred only costs 250. That deck won a grand prix.
April 15, 2017 3:29 p.m.
I lied actually. Sticking with rally
April 12, 2017 8:58 p.m.
April 12, 2017 8:56 p.m.
theguy419, tapped out still has path listed as above 10 dollars. I looked on TCG player and you are right, it's down to about 6.50. Making changes now. Rally is such a nasty sideboard card. Adding that now too. Thanks for the suggestions man!
April 12, 2017 7:36 p.m.
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