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There's also the Akroan Crusader that's a Red 1 drop that'll produce 1/1 tokens.
I've built around the heroic mechanic before and it is fun. If left unchecked it'll get out of hand in a hurry, but with this deck I'm semi going for the speed aggro thing, since the double strike creatures with all the pumps are in there. I was just trying to stay away from that Colossus Hammer . I think it looks cool, but I think everything in the deck leads up to that combo, where I want this to be something a little more versatile. Same goes for Trepanation Blade
September 11, 2019 12:04 p.m.
Great suggestion! Thanks! I'll probably cut out Boros swiftblade to pull in the Favored Hoplite
I'll definitely make room for the Aether Vial as well.
After some play testing I'll figure out where I can fit in Legion Loyalist
September 11, 2019 8:25 a.m.
So I made a tribal deck using dragons in oath breaker and one thing that greatly sped things up for me was a 3 drop enchantment called Descendants' Path . Don't know how helpful it'll be for you, but it's originally worth a look
September 3, 2019 9:24 p.m.
If you can believe it, when I got back into MTG, I had a somewhat similar build to this deck as one of my first decks that did pretty well in my local meta, even against the 15 guys that played Splinter Twin . I like the Desperate Ritual + Lava Spike b/c you don't need the Training Grounds to go infinte.
With the guildmage and the grounds out on the battlefield, cast Manamorphose and then copy it while it's on the stack. Let the copy resolve, but DO NOT let the original resolve. Use the 1 of the 2 mana from the copy to copy the original again. You're drawing a card and netting 1 mana of your choice each time. Rinse and repeat 40 times or so, until you have your Lightning Bolt . Then blast your opponent in the face.
The beautiful thing about Manamorphose is it's an Instant. So doing this on your opponent's attack phase, when they have that smirk on their face with an Emerakul or whatever on the battlefield, and watching all of the color leave their face when they realize what just happened...those are good times