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Play tested this and lost turn 1. Upvote from me for legitimacy
August 18, 2018 4:19 p.m.
Grixis776, thanks for the suggestions! I’m actually currently playtesting the Azcantas. I like them, but sometimes not holding that 2 mana open on turn 2 can let an Aggro or Value deck get too far ahead. It may be something I sideboard for slow match ups. I may add one copy of either the new Ravager Bolas or the God-Pharaoh, replacing Torrential Gearhulk, but that’s more testing I’ll have to get to, to see what works better in the average match.
August 18, 2018 2:34 p.m.
So I understand the combo of Madcap Experiment and Platinum Emperion, but since madcap is a two part card, I’m wondering about a stack ruling. Like would I be able to kill the Emperion right as it enters, before the damage from Madcap goes off? Or does the whole spell resolve at the same time so there’s no time for me cast a spell destroying the Emperion until after the Madcap damage (or in this case, no damage) resolves?
August 7, 2018 8:04 a.m.
Evolving Wilds is honestly too slow in the modern format because most decks will have things to do on turn 1 and you are gunna want to do your one drops on turn one instead of waiting a turn. Might I suggest Dragonskull Summit as a very good option for budget. I think they are only like $3 a piece so its well worth it.
August 5, 2018 10:24 p.m.
I do like Sadistic Sacrament but three black may be hard to pull off. It seems like a solid card to run on the sideboard nontheless. Jester's Cap seems too slow though, paying 4 for just to get it down is too risky in the fast pace of modern
August 5, 2018 5:07 p.m.
It’s good for budget but from a competitive standpoint spending an extra $160 for a playset of Thalia’s and Vials is well worth it
August 4, 2018 10:07 p.m.
You should test out Keranos, God of Storms in place of one of the Teferis. It does virtually the same thing by adding card advantage and removal, but it can also act as a win condition by bolting opponents down in slow games. No doubt Teferi is more consistent but the indestructiblity and the fact that its never a creature makes Keranos insanely durable and hard to get rid of. Having one of each also lets you play both at the same time. I would at least test Keranos out casually to see if you like running it
July 31, 2018 7:57 a.m.
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