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Depends on your preferred style. I can say that you should not water down an expensive deck to your budget, and never ever cheap out on the land base. Build a deck that can be built cheaply on its own. A few examples include:
- Burn (minus Goblin Guide)
- Some form of UR Delver/aggro
- Mono-blue Tron
Those are some of the more typical examples. You can also check out the Budget Magic series on mtggoldfish. SaffronOlive creates some great content. My personal favorite has been UW Spirits, which I'm very close to building myself for funsies. It can be incrementally upgraded as your budget expands - Seth went 5-0 (kind of) with the non-budget version!
October 16, 2016 2:30 p.m.
I disagree - competitive does not translate to a fast win. It means a deck that wins consistently regardless of how it gets there.
October 16, 2016 2:21 p.m.
If this is implemented, would it be possible to have a user option to "condense" deck lists? I personally find it cluttered and hard to read when someone lists four different printings of the same card.
October 10, 2016 1:47 p.m.
Basic land printings are only available down to the set level. Choosing a specific land from a set it currently not a feature.
I am unsure regarding your other questions.
October 10, 2016 9:55 a.m.
Nice! I can see these being very useful for teaching new and/or younger players to give them a more visual experience.
October 9, 2016 8:33 p.m.
You shouldn't need draw power in burn. Your opening 7 + 2-3 draws is enough to finish most matches, and your likelihood of winning goes way down after that. I recommend focusing on winning in those first few turns rather than ever so slightly improving your mid- to late-game.
While black does offer another "Bolt" in Bump in the Night, green and white are more effective splashes. White gives you access to Boros Charm in the main, and invaluable sideboard tech in Path to Exile, Kor Firewalker, and potentially even Deflecting Palm.
It would be helpful to check out the top burn decks on MTGTop8. You'll notice that the various lists are nearly identical. Burn has been developed by many players and some variation of these lists is considered optimum. That's not to say that you shouldn't experiment, but I find that it helps to understand why the typical list is the most common, and then make adjustments from there.
October 9, 2016 11:15 a.m.
Feature =/= deck cycle.
Upgraded users get 3 cycles per day.
Features go into a different queue, last longer, and are also shown at the top of the page.
One cycle per hour was likely a glitch.
October 7, 2016 4:28 p.m.
Link the card in question: Aetherflux Reservoir.
Provide links to the Gatherer page for rulings.
If you cast a spell, then the Reservoir will trigger. If you respond to that triggered ability with another spell, you get a second trigger. The stack will look as follows:
- Second Reservoir trigger
- Second spell
- First Reservoir trigger
- First spell
The second Reservoir trigger resolves first. It will check the number of spells cast that turn, which is two. It will gain you two life.
The second spell with then resolve.
The first Reservoir trigger resolves next. It will also see that two spells have been cast that turn, gaining you two life.
The first spell will resolve last.
tl;dr: The triggered ability checks the number of spells cast that turn upon resolution. Casting a spell adds to your "Storm" count upon, well, casting.
October 5, 2016 6:35 p.m.
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October 4, 2016 11:06 a.m.
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