If you don't mind, I'd prefer if you put your deck back on here. So far I've only used large decklinks on the Partner Pairs List and I'd rather not break my hotstreak.
July 7, 2017 6:41 p.m.
What happened to your Thrasios Silas list?
I was gonna put it up on List of Partner Pairs by Tier.
July 2, 2017 11:41 a.m.
What was the comment on the fog deck before it was deleted? Sorry I ripped it apart a bit hard. Also good luck on Angus Mackenzie.
June 28, 2017 8:53 p.m.
If you check the decks I have, you will see a Mono Red Prowess deck, an Izzet, and a Jeskai deck. You will also see an izzet standard deck to compare it to. Prowess is the fastest aggro deck in frontier, on the draw I went over Grixis Ensoul which is insane with how fast that deck is. I am still thinking about a Temur version as that gives me Blossoming Defense and Become Immense. The creature I would get is Managorger Hydra, which is a little slow, we are going to get a 2 mana managorger for spells you play in ixalon which should push temur to the best version. 4 color and Boros are also options. There are a few relevant creatures between all the colors for prowess: Monastery Mentor, Soul Scar Mage, Bedlam Reveler, Stormchaser Mage, Abbot of Keral Keep, Enigma Drake, Managorger Hydra, Monastery Mentor, Seeker of the Way, Shu Yun, Elusive Spellfist, and Thermo Alchemist. Red feels like the central color for it with the burn spells and Soul Scar, Swiftspear, and Bedlam being musts. I have also taken to the 1 drop cantrip spells (Slip through Space, Renegade Tactics, Expedite, and Defiant Strike) since they draw a card and keep a steady stream of cards to keep casting. Black has a few cards for the archtype, but not many. Hope you have some good advice and you can see those decks on my profile. There is also a combo deck that is a friends there too that you might be interested in.
June 28, 2017 10:24 a.m.
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Has anyone seen a tiered list to represent Hapatra? If not I'm on it!
July 23, 2017 2:54 p.m.
Neither of which are Frontier legal, but I like where your head's at DriftWood96!
July 21, 2017 9:19 a.m.
Missing some staples like Ancient Tomb, Mana Vault, Mana Crypt, Mox Diamond, Chrome Mox, etc. By now they're just staples in mana acceleration that there should be zero reason why any deck claiming to be higher than 4 doesn't run them at this point. Especially for a creature that's .
There's also a significant lack of countermagic like Force of Will, Flusterstorm, etc. No other tutors like Grim Tutor, Imperial Seal, or even Sidisi, Undead Vizier and Cruel Tutor and questionable slots like Sword of the Animist, Choked Estuary or Cancel.
I always dig a good Tribal Zombies, but perhaps we can filter out some of the repetitious slots for more utility creatures. I think the big thing to focus is - how do you want to win, and what do you want to win with? Are the zombies tools for mill outlets/drain outlets? If so you could use a massive overhaul. Are you just going swinging with a horde? The same result still kind of applies.
I'm trying to figure out what Kozilek's in for? I understand if you were doing a self mill deck akin to the Gitrog, but this doesn't seem to be the case - thought I could be mistaken.
July 20, 2017 11:49 a.m.
iAzire I'm not speaking for everyone, but my guess is - I don't think this page is really concerned for variants that aren't the best representation.
The most accurate answer is simply that it just isn't T1, and isn't T3-5, so you can find your comfort zone in there.
I think this would get overly saturated with submissions of "Hey, where can we fit my Yidris-Infect build?" Or "What Tier would Tribal Scion be?"
July 20, 2017 9:11 a.m.
FatherFrodo if you'd like, you could just always add BFZ/SOI block cards,and when they do rotate out, try at Frontier?
Otherwise, I dig the mill strategy you've got. Some ideas (for more energy at least) are Aether Meltdown, I recently saw a package of that, Glimmer, and Minister - the former two just straight up generate energy for your creature to utilize. And I'd personally drop Aether Hubs for basics, or to finish off Ipnu Rivulet.
July 19, 2017 2:38 p.m.
New deck theme idea: Zur the Enchanter as X-men's Legion, where every enchantment he tutors is a new personality he takes on.
July 19, 2017 2:15 p.m.
KailDaemon looks sweet! I love the 1-of for Zur since it tutors your pieces.
I saw SaffronOlive do something similar to this and it looked awesome when playtested!
The only thing I could think of are other persist dudes like Murderous Redcap as back up to the Messenger.
July 18, 2017 8:12 a.m.
Hidran considering competitive decks range from 1000-5000 dollars on average, yeah, this is unequivocally budget.
July 17, 2017 3:46 p.m.
I don't see how seeing as they are exactly the same.
July 16, 2017 1:43 p.m.
As someone who was quite fascinated with the plane and lore of Mirrodin, I applaud this.
July 13, 2017 2:32 p.m.
ruffled-tee heya! Thank you so much for stopping by!
Something not many people consider is that Unsubstantiate works in Sync with Fevered Visions! They are already on a clock to try and dump their hands so they don't take damage, and now this slugs their gameplan even further. Spells they want to get put down are returned and they are essentially time walked, and either forced to take damage or better yet, forced to discard.
July 13, 2017 7:36 a.m.
ASocialistCactus thank you so much for all your suggestion!
The thing about Frontier is that it is meta dependent. Top rated decks are usually Saheeli and Atarka, for sure. Like most builds, there are going to be flaws and/or strategies that just outpace whatever you may try to out forth. It's been well known that a combo deck like this is vastly outpaced to aggro builds, with the saving graces being the earlier interactions.
This ought to be an easy win versus midrange builds that will try and grind their way. Combo decks like Saheeli are tough and will probably be an even match depending on Saheeli's build.
It's difficult to come to terms with disassembling an entire deck strategy on the basis that I may or may not face creature heavy opponents. This was partly why I chose to have responses to those in the side. Locust God seems like a match made in heaven here, and Thing in the Ice seems decent, but flexible to other suggestions. The main philosophy as to why I chose a creatureless main is because it negates a lot of main deck removal and hate for creatures.
I didn't want to flood the deck with too many delvers, since it would hurt one of Jace's abilities. One thing I had thought of was perhaps Torrential Gearhulk for spell recursion and a decent body, Commit / Memory and Day's Undoing for more triggers.
Lastly, I had contemplated DTT, I'll never denounce its power as a card but since it doesn't help the gameplan in that it doesn't textually say "draw", I opted for Treasure Cruise. In any other control shell, I'm with you - DTT is just flat out better.
Thank you once again for all your thoughts and input! I'm happy that my build struck a chord with you!
July 12, 2017 6:17 p.m.
Haunted Dead, Maybe? I do like the idea of having a backing Crucible.
Also for Gitrog/Dakmor to dredge infinitely, you'd need a discard outlet like Skirge Familiar or Putrid Imp.
July 12, 2017 4 a.m.
Hahaha alas Last_Raven17, Frontier begins at Magic 2015!
July 11, 2017 5:29 p.m.
Last_Raven17 sadly, Reforge the Soul isn't Frontier Legal :(
July 11, 2017 4:46 p.m.
To be fair, TheRedGoat it doesn't inherently matter if I'm never facing mono decks.
The point is whenever I draw. This deck is built around drawing to make use of it.
I do agree that Collective Defiance could be quite useful. I can definitely cut Mind Sculpt out for a split of it and maybe Negates.
July 11, 2017 2:04 p.m.
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