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Ceremonious Rejection Discussion
3 days ago
With the higher amount of cheap stuff, such as Springleaf Drum , the alternate casting cost of the titan is less steep when there's a Scrap Trawler on the field. Its upsides are that it allows to continue playing the game to combo kill against Karn, the Great Creator + Mycosynth Lattice or Damping Sphere without needing to first remove them. It's also a threat that has an inbuild card advantage mode in its return ability.
5 days ago
1 month ago
I would play Anger of the Gods only in Sideboard.
My Grixis Sideboard looks like this: 2x Abrade 2x Anger of the Gods 2x Ceremonious Rejection 1x Damnation 2x Damping Sphere 1x Infernal Reckoning 2x Dispell 2x Ashiok, Nightmare Weaver 1x Vraska's Contempt
1 month ago
Mostly Ceremonious Rejection is better, it is great against Affinity, Tron, decent against Whirza, but honestly against the current metagame, running Sphinx seems bad, so does running Baneslayer and Timely. Idk, but I think you could run the both if you want, but I'd run neither. Personally I don't think it is a bad matchup.
Leyline of Sanctity needs to be like 4 slots tho, since burn if everywhere.
1 month ago
I’ve been trying to decide for a while what to sideboard for in my W/U Terminus build, and I’ve got 14 of 15 cards locked down. But I still can’t decide what to put in my slot for Tron. I currently have Ceremonious Rejection in that slot, but Disdainful Stroke seems really decent as well. Here’s my thinking:
-CR is better in Affinity-filled metas. It also comes down faster and hits many Eldrazi.
-DS is good in more matchups, like Scapeshift or control mirrors.
The list, if that helps: NOT A BREW
2 months ago
1- Melek is too expensive at 6 mana, and would be incredibly hard to cast with just 22 lands, so you should cut him. Same thing with Niv Mizzet. Jaya and the Mirrari conjecture aren't very good cards and will slow your deck down because they're five mana, and burn decks want to win as quick as possible. Frostburn Weird is not powerful either since it requires an investment to keep pumping it and keeps you from casting more spells.
2- The deck isn't fast enough, IMO. The reason decks like this aren't very powerful is because control decks want to slow down the game and get rid of your opponent's threats. Burn decks want to win as fast as possible without worrying too much about your opponent's gameplan. To look for better options in your burn deck, I'd suggest using this link to see the top builds for Burn: https://www.mtggoldfish.com/archetype/modern-burn-46478#paper.
3- The link above will help you find more high-value cards.
4- If you're going for a straight-burn decks, 22 lands is too much, and 20 would be more suitable. Seeing as your deck is more of a control-aggro deck, 22 lands should be find, but you should trim the 5cc spells.
4 months ago
This is a brief response. Modern is decently diverse right now
Right now the format has 4 decks that I prepare for.
Izzet Phoenix - a spell slinger deck
Dredge - Traditional not BridgeVine
Tron - Green Urza Tron
Both Dredge and Phoenix, see below.
Basically, you NEED major graveyard hate. The U/W control deck is actually maindecking a Rest in Peace
And you should have a full playset in the board. Or use
Tron, you want
U/W Control - whatever you think you need to get past Jace and Terminus
6 months ago
Cool list! Have you tested Ceremonious Rejection in the sideboard? It seems like it could be pretty good in matchups like Hardened Affinity or Tron
Ceremonious Rejection occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.0%