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Indeed. This is great. Personally, I hate any deck that revolves around countering, but from a deck standpoint, it's great. Thanks for bringing the deck into a better focus.
January 12, 2017 5:06 p.m.
Was this previously the esper deck that was trying to do multiple things at once?
January 12, 2017 12:55 p.m.
It seems like a good deck, but it seems like it's also trying to do 2 different things at once. On the U/B aspect of it, you're trying to play more of a control matchup, but on the W/B side you seem to want to rush your opponent. My suggestion would be to maybe make 2 separate decks that way you don't have problems with what you draw and when. Still like the deck, and it's really nice seeing Contraband Kingpin being used. To be honest, it was probably my favorite Kaladesh uncommon multicolor.
January 9, 2017 6:02 p.m.
I see you're at 64 cards in the deck, so these are the changes I would make. Drop all four Pacification Arrays. I'm guessing they're in there cause they're cheap to cast, but they're just not all that good. Drop the Port Towns and replace them with Islands. You only have 4 cards that need white mana, so you really only need 4 sources. Then you should add 3 Aetherflux Reservoirs and drop 2 Reverse Engineers and 1 Metallic Rebuke. Finally, drop a Foundry Inspector for a fourth Whir of Invention. I think that puts you at 60 cards and leaves you at a much better place than before.
January 9, 2017 5:24 p.m.
January 9, 2017 4:52 p.m.
My bad, not that card. I mean't the 3 drop in Kaladesh that blinked then drew you a card. Also, Eldrazi Displacer wouldn't be terrible if you wanted to splash a little bit of colorless.
January 9, 2017 4:30 p.m.
January 9, 2017 4:20 p.m.
Thanks for the clarification. Lost Legacy is a cheaper card, so it shouldn't be too difficult to get your hands on one. Also about Baral, Chief of Compliance, it's a completely new card, not a reprint, and I would play a 4 of dropping either a Mind Rot or the Ruinous Path along with all three of your Marionette Masters. You honestly don't need them, the deck does well on it's own. You could also increase you number of Rise from the Tides to 2 or 3 ofs. They essentially win you the game. Baral, Chief of Compliance combos nicely with it because he can put spells into your graveyard ahead of time to be ready for when you draw your zombie-explosion.
January 8, 2017 6:28 p.m.
Great deck, might just make this list myself. A few things though. a) Why do you have Gonti's Aether Heart in the sideboard? To me that's either a run in MD or don't run at all. b) Why do you have Planar Outburst instead of Fumigate? c) I'm not too sure about the Crush of Tentacles. It's a great card, but it sends your Aetherflux Reservoirs back to hand as well. In it's place might increase the amount of Whir of Inventions and Glint-Nest Crane to playsets. +1 for the deck and the name.
January 8, 2017 6:21 p.m.
Neat deck. I don't quite understand having the one-ofs in the MB and having multiples in the SB. For one I would drop the Ruinous Path from the MB along with dropping to 2 in the SB. Lost Legacy doesn't do much using only one. The chances of finding it in your deck would do better of having 2. I would also recommend the new Baral, Chief of Compliance. I still had a good time looking at it, so keep up the good work.
January 7, 2017 6:59 p.m.
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