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|Commander: Rule 0||Legal|
For each attacking creature, its owner puts it on the top or bottom of their library.
1 month ago
also unsure why Guttural Response? Is being able to cast it off a basic mountain (and I guess protection from something like an overloaded Cyclonic Rift or an Aetherspouts..) worth using it over Veil of Summer?
3 months ago
I never got around to buying the cards needed for this deck. I was worried it was not good enough and put this project on the back burner in case I changed my mind. Now today, after reviewing the deck, I decided that I did not have enough interaction and that some cards still feel a bit too expensive or slow. These changes should hopefully help rectify those issues.
Previous changes: -1. Aetherspouts - replaced with Noxious Ghoul. I determined that Noxious Ghoul did not have enough impact for its mana cost. Instead I shall be using Counterspell. -2. Eater of Hope - replaced with Corpse Harvester. I determined that Corpse Harvester was too expensive and too slow to make an impact, seeing as it needs to survive an entire turn in order to be used. I really liked it, but my deck needs more interaction. Instead I shall be using Arcane Denial.
Additional precon card swaps: 1. Gravespawn Sovereign - replaced with Negate. 2. Ravenous Rotbelly - replaced with Dispel. 3. Army of the Damned - replaced with Unwind This spell really hurt me to remove as I love it very much. Just too expensive and slow. 4. Dread Summons - replaced with Reality Shift. 5. Curse of the Restless Dead - replaced with Thought Vessel. 6. Swamp - replaced with Reliquary Tower (already owned one, figured, why not?)
4 months ago
5 months ago
the stack always goes top to bottom, not bottom to top. Aetherspouts would go onto the stack first (putting it on bottom) then ruric thar, then the 1 point of life gain. so when the stack resolves, the 1 point of life gain will be on top and resolve first.
5 months ago
EDH Game: My commander is Ruric Thar, the Unbowed and he is in play without summoning sickness.
I attack my opponent with 6 life, he has no creatures in play, but he has an Aetherflux Reservoir.
He plays Aetherspouts after I declare my attackers.
According to him, the stack goes from bottom to top: Aetherspouts, Ruric Thar's 6 damage to him, his 1 life gained from the reservoir.
He says he lives through the turn with 1 life.
Is he correct? Is this stack order correct? Next turn he played an isochron scepter with dramatic reversal and went infinite...
5 months ago
Into the Roil, Druid's Deliverance and Sundering Growth seems to be a good fit for sideboard, I think counters should be sorted with Metallic Rebuke and Disallow in the main board, however the cost effectiveness of AEtherize and Aetherspouts dont really fit
5 months ago
Druid's Deliverance can stop you from taking damage and increase your clue tokens Sundering Growth can get rid of enchantments or artifacts and increase clue tokens Anticognition&Cancel are counters AEtherize&Aetherspouts&Into the Roil will send boards back to the owners hand
6 months ago
You might take a look at Treasure Cruise and Dig Through Time, both are potentially very strong on a budget. Two cards I like that are budget atm I think are Aetherspouts and AEtherize, you might not need both but one is a pretty nasty surprise for an aggro deck. Abjure is a nice counter for Talrand decks, to counter a spell and sacrifice a replaceable Drake is pretty nice. Saw it Coming and Wizard's Retort are also good counters to look at. I love seeing Talrand decks built on a budget, Talrand is a very solid budget option, and lots of fun to play!