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Ayanami_Rei there you will now notice a new folder per your suggestion. Thank you by the way. I took the liberty of adding a couple of older builds into it that fit the casual budget profile. I probably need to update the description on a lot of them as that might help someone looking to build it. Feel free to take a look and offer your opinion.
May 28, 2020 8:37 a.m.
Ayanami_Rei thank you. Adding the 1 Planeswalker that fits what the deck wants to do is enough to teach kids about Planeswalkers. And I guess you could say any deck could lead to blind love for its type. I mean the first deck I ever made was Elf tribal and I still love Elves to this day. There is no current folder for this collection because at the time I was helping teach kids at a school. Then Covid-19 put an end to that and I only got around to making 2 or 3 decks. But it is a great idea. I'll do that.
May 28, 2020 8:25 a.m.
bjsghebd Deathcap Cultivator was in the original version. I replaced him with Paradise Druid because she can tap for black or green plus she has hexproof. Deathcap Cultivator performed fine in the original version so i'd expect Paradise Druid to do the same. And extra ramp is not always for ramping into creatures such as Soul Swallower. I realize Liliana's -7 is still a viable game winner but I have never had the need to use it. As for Ishkanah, Grafwidow I had the same exact thought when I created the original deck. But I found that she really belongs in a deck centered around spiders. But hey maybe i'll create me a spider deck.
May 19, 2020 1:49 p.m.
I like the addition of Scrapheap Scrounger. And I've played enough MTG Arena to know cards like Thoughtseize really come in handy. I don't play enough paper magic anymore to give a good opinion on Cry of the Carnarium, but your explanation sounds good. I wanted to mention a small thing about instant removal and particularly instant removal that can target one of your creatures. If you need Delirium you can always target your own creature to help get it. And if the situation presents itself an opponent might not see that coming when attacking. Picture it, you Murder your own Deathcap Cultivator and suddenly their creatures are facing a 3/3 Gnarlwood Dryad and a 4/4 Grim Flayer. Just a thought.
May 17, 2020 12:29 p.m.
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