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Search your library for a card and put that card into your hand, then shuffle your library. You lose 3 life.
2 months ago
Hey, you can add these spells : Culling the Weak ; Jeska's Will to accelerate your mana, and all tutors : Scheming Symmetry ; Wishclaw Talisman ; Tinker ; Diabolic Intent ; Imperial Seal ; Gamble ; Grim Tutor ; Personal Tutor ; Planar Bridge ; Demonic Consultation ; Tainted Pact (with the combo Thassa's Oracle if don't play a lot of lands), you can add Divining Witch same thing, and the master piece for these tutors is Laboratory Maniac. Nowday there is a lot of mana rock : Arcane Signet ; Mox Amber ; Thran Dynamo ; Thought Vessel
3 months ago
Thanks enpc, but I do have everything from Vampiric Tutor to Grim Tutor. I specifically did not add them because Dragon‘s Approach by itself already has a repetitive gameplay, so I’m not going to narrow it down to tutoring for Thrumming Stone and be done with it. It’s much more fun to dig with Florian, Voldaren Scion and see if you get lucky. I doubt I‘d ever activate Maskwood Nexus. I’d rather spend that on another DA or even on Magar of the Magic Strings but probably Black Market Connections would be the best option here. What I’m looking for is something like Whirlwind of Thought that gains me cards for casting DA.
3 months ago
In the current deck the problem with running Crop Rotation to sac a basic for a dual/tri land is that you don't run many untapped ones. This makes that move incredibly slow. You are tapping a mana to get a tapped land and not going up on land count. Even if you had more untapped duals it would be pretty slow just fixing off of it. Something like Utopia Sprawl would be way better until you get the Coffers.
The more I think about it the more I am convinced that this deck in it's current state is not a deck that wants to dredge. There are not nearly enough additional draws to stay relevant while filling the yard. I think this might be a deck that wants Mesmeric Orb. The good cards that let you tutor it are monetarily expensive, but it might be worth checking out a build with some number of Diabolic Tutor, Mastermind's Acquisition, a Fortnight Grim Tutor (actually a good card, but eww Fortnight), or Varragoth, Bloodsky Sire and the Orb. Then you could focus on ramping into the commander and passively mill while still being able to draw. The downside is that if your friends also run graveyard strategies you are feeding them.
On the subject of ramp, I think you could easily cut 3 lands to slot in 1 MV dorks. You are limited to 1 land a turn, but could play any number of ramp that you can pay for. The ones mentioned above are good and if you are wanting a source to fix black Elves of Deep Shadow is also available.
4 months ago
4 months ago
Sorry for the super late reply lhetrick13, I meant to reply way sooner but got sidetracked. I don’t have too much experience with madness or discard in general (I’ve only played around with madness once and the end result was a very subpar madness/delirium/hellbent deck), but I can try to offer a little help.
Since you have a lot of discard already you could maybe try running a couple of Unburial Rites as extra redundancy to get back your creatures if you haven’t found Haakon, Stromgald Scourge yet. You could try out Cathartic Pyre as a multi use spell that offers both removal through burn and it offers discard, although Bone Shards basically does both anyways for cheaper so it’s probably the better choice for your deck. You could also try adding in a couple Dakmor Salvage to help fill your graveyard while also helping hit land drops.
Thanks for checking out my Dino Cycling deck! I’m super happy to hear you liked it!
6 months ago
Not sure if you are aware, but you have two Grim Tutors listed in your deck, one foiled and one non=foiled.
7 months ago
Sorry for the double post, I actually think the "scarcity" reprints in this set like Imperial Seal and Warrior's Oath that traditionally drop considerably in price after a reprint won't see a huge drop like Grim Tutor did. Grim Tutor was in a set that saw a normal print run, but the supply of DM2022 is so scarce, not many new cards will make it into circulation. This set mostly feels like a social experiment to see how much they can push the pricing and still make money. I whole-heartedly want to see this set tank and fail hard, but sadly the larger MTG community will eat this set up. The only way for WotC to reduce my cynicism on this set (not that my opinion matters) is to announce a second print run.