Target opponent reveals his or her hand. You choose a creature or planeswalker card from it. That player discards that card.
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3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
Here's A Metagame Sideboard Guide Niv to Light In: 2 Despark , 1 Despise , Languish Niv to Light Out: 1 Collective Brutality , 3 Fatal Push Spirits In: 1 Settle the Wreckage , 2 Despise , 2 Languish Spirits Out: 1 Duress , 1 Agonizing Remorse , 1 Knight of Autumn , 2 Grim Flayer Pheonix In: 1 Despark , 1 Agonizing Remorse , 2 Damping Sphere , 2 Rest in Peace Pheonix Out: 2 Fatal Push , 2 Abrupt Decay , 1 Collective Brutality , 1 Liliana, the Last Hope Jund In: 2 Knight of Autumn , 2 Rest in Peace Jund In: 2 Collective Brutality , 2 Gilded Goose Dimir Control In: 2 Knight of Autumn , 2 Agonizing Remorse Dimir Control Out: 4 Fatal Push Coco In: 2 Languish , 1 Settle the Wreckage , 1 Knight of Autumn Coco Out: 1 Gilded Goose , Liliana, the Last Hope , 1 Collective Brutality , Agonizing Remorse Pyromancer In: 2 Rest in Peace , 1 Liliana, the Last Hope Pyromancer Out: Agonizing Remorse , 1 Duress , 1 Gilded Goose Stompy In: 2 Despise , 1 Settle the Wreckage , 1 Languish , Liliana, the Last Hope Stompy Out: 1 Duress , 1 Agonizing Remorse , 1 Tireless Tracker , 2 Collective Brutality
1 month ago
Crux of Fate and Languish are great budget board wipes, but you probably dont need 5, 3 probably would do the trick. Duress and Despise are nice budget control cards too, though Inquisition of Kozilek isnt too expensive either an dis an insanely good card.
Some other great budget cards to consider are Vapor Snag and Unsummon and Spell Snare I personally like Frantic Inventory , Drown in the Loch , and Soul Manipulation as other good decently cheap B/U control cards.
9 months ago
9 months ago
To be honest, I think the deck reads like a bit of a mess at the moment. Even ignoring how many one-ofs there are, your game plan is too scattered between aggression and control right now.
Dreadhorde Butcher, Stormchaser, and Sprite Dragon are creatures that shine in decks focused on beating down and winning by killing their opponent, while Thief of Sanity and Tasigur want to grind out the opponent into the late game with value. Running both types of creature in your deck just makes them all less effective! Also, even if your local meta made main decking Spell Pierce and Duress a good idea, playing Spell Pierce in a deck that is hoping to naturally ramp up to 7 mana to play Nicol Bolas is questionable.
I think it's possible to make a deck that is a hybrid of aggro and control, but a but more tinkering is required for yours to meet the goal. The first thing I would suggest is cutting the 2 mana creatures and putting in cards like Opt and Despise over the Spell Pierce and Duress. That way you can more easily fill your graveyard for Tasigur, who can be a fantastic way to pressure your opponent while giving you value throughout the game.
10 months ago
I'm just saying, Death's Shadow will be pretty useless if you've got a high life total; it sits there in your hand, a dead card. If you are going to keep it, maybe add in some things to lower your life total so that Death's Shadow actually has an impact. In the instance where you want to keep it in, you could toss in a Wall of Blood or something like that. If you do, you may even want to add in a Near-Death Experience just to win off of that. Considering the fact that you didn't like Thoughtseize, you could always put in a Duress or Despise.