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3 days ago
psionictemplar good idea, thanks for the feedback! Do you have any recommendations on what specifically to cut? I am not experienced when it comes to playing with the new evoke powerhouses (like Fury and Solitude , which is why I ask. Magmatic Insight , Manamorphose , Surgical Extraction , Lightning Bolt , Path to Exile are all cards we could definitely potentially cut for them.
6 days ago
Have you considered Manamorphose to manafix and thin your deck a little?
Prismari Command is super versatile, and another way to create a treasure token.
Wrenn and Six would be really good with the fetches you run, but it is a little pricey, so that may be part of the consideration.
3 weeks ago
the problem i can foresee with this list is your not flipping eryo until turn 4 at earliest and that's to slow for modern. the deck needs some mana neutral cantrips of some powerfully and cheap recastable spells
cards the come to mind are Manamorphose,
Finale of Promise. with cantrips
1 month ago
Manamorphose may help to enable the magecraft guys a little.
Mutagenic Growth could probably allow for some fun combat tricks, since not many people expect you to pump creatures when tapped out.
1 month ago
I suggested Manamorphose because you can use the mountain aspect of Blood Moon and pay to get any two colors you want, without losing card advantage. It does conflict with Collected Company a bit because of the fact that it isn't a creature, but other than that it is fairly solid.
For example, you can save a Manamorphose in hand and your turn after the Blood Moon resolves, you can play Manamorphose + Skyclave Apparition without needing a single white manasource, since you can filter your red mana into what you need.
You can even go Manamorphose into Collected Company or Birds of Paradise and further your boardstate and ignore the moon. Heck even Glittering Wish into Impromptu Raid seems viable after Manamorphose because you can then use your red mana to further your strategy potentially.
the only other suggestion I would have is Destructive Revelry in the sideboard, but that would only be useful strictly in the Blood Moon matchup, which is why I don't really see it as a serious option.
1 month ago
Well, good morning, nbarry223 and zapyourtumor! You are both pulling on my heart strings with this Blood Moon talk. That card still gives me horrible flashbacks haha. It is still one of the decks biggest problems, and especially with Urza's Saga for some reason not being banned yet, it's presence is bigger than ever. For the most part, I do okay just making sure I have a basic and a fetch in the first few hands, so I'm good to cast whatever I need, generally speaking. Skyclave Apparition is my best main board answer for sure, and if I'm in a position where I can Glittering Wish for Abrupt Decay, I'm probably able to just play around it. And that's what I try to do, really, especially with insistence on four basics, is just play around it. There have been awkward things I've done in the past, like Harmonic Sliver, if I just have G and W and can Wish, but it never really feels right. Always a constant battle with that card.
Manamorphose doesn't really feel right, either, it would still have the same problem as everything else. I would need at least two mana, from non basic lands, and multiple spells that work with each other.
All of those other suggested creatures are badass for sure, but they only target artifacts or enchantments. Skyclave Apparition is a main board mainstay because it can target anything, and they don't get it back.
The situation is rather complicated to say the least, and am definitely open to figuring out if there's an answer out there :D
1 month ago
The 2 main cards I can think of that would do well against blood moon in your shell are Manamorphose and Force of Vigor (only against actual Blood Moon, Magus of the Moon isn't hit). Manamorphose could even be a mainboard card, as it's only real downside is in consideration of mulligans (and Collected Company I guess). I would run 2 at most though if you go that route, as I found more to be detrimental if you aren't some kind of storm deck. Force of Vigor could go main or side if you want to try it, since a lot of your cards are green, really up to you, I would definitely say Manamorphose fits better though since it would help to mana-fix for you as well in matches not against Blood Moon, so it isn't a dead card.
1 month ago
TypicalTimmy I see your point but the existance of cards like Manamorphose, Burning-Tree Emissary and Mishra's Bauble means that in a well thought out constructed deck Thrasta, Tempest's Roar can be a legitimate threat. I have a friend who plays it in their 8 wack deck, I can tell you first hand that it can be pretty brutal with that hexproof.