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|Iconic Masters (IMA)||Common|
|Commander 2015 (C15)||Common|
|Modern Masters 2015 Edition (MM2)||Common|
|Duel Decks: Speed vs. Cunning (DDN)||Common|
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1 week ago
1 week ago
With Unbound Flourishing in mind, Repeal and Stolen by the Fae could prove useful as sideboard tech, or even in the main deck depending on your meta. My first thought was Finale of Devastation , but hydras make poor targets. I feel like you're losing value with Unbound Flourishing if you aren't taking full advantage of it, but that may boil down to a difference in playstyles. Looks like a fun deck, regardless!
4 months ago
Cover of Darkness is a good tribal evasion-giver.
I highly suggest some sort of top-deck manipulation. Unfortunately, a lot of the best cards in this arena are very expensive: Jace, the Mind Sculptor , Sensei's Divining Top and Scroll Rack all cost a pretty penny. Soothsaying is another good option, as it lets you stack heavy CMC cards on top of the deck to hit opponents more reliably.
You should consider the new ninja they spoiled today: Fallen Shinobi. I think it'll be pretty good.
I think Demonic Tutor is better than Insidious Dreams . I think you should run it if you have access to it. Lim-Dul's Vault is a good sort of tutor, is more affordable, and also allows you to stack your deck with high mana-cost cards to flip off your general.
Commandeer is a good piece of disruption with a high CMC. It's still about $20 though.
Windfall is a good way to refill your hand.
Bolas's Citadel is a good way to get cheaper cards off the top of your deck. Also, if you combo it with the aforementioned Sensei's Divining Top , you can clear annoying lands off the top of your library.
I don't think you should run 36 lands. Cutting 2 or 3 is very much on the table.
Augury Owl should be mainboard. You can play it, scry something big to the top, attack with it the next turn and then ninjutsu out your general to flip the fatty.
Baleful Strix is a good creature you can return with a ninja. When it enters it draws a card, so being able to repeatedly cast it will give you a lot of card advantage. Looter il-Kor and Cloud of Faeries are also good two-drops to be running, as they are difficult to block and provide extra value.
Twilight Prophet is a good card, as it draws extra and works within your decks theme.
Curtains' Call is a good, cost-reducing creature that can two-for-one your opponents.
Morphic Pool is a good dual land.
Good luck with deck building!
5 months ago
E Laboratory Maniac saiu como incomun em UMA, parece pior que as outras win conditions mas ainda acho considerável.
5 months ago
Sideboard for Karn, the Great Creator :
6 months ago
Here's some drunken brainstorming:
The ability of Boomerang to bounce lands doesn't seem very useful in modern when everything so cheap. And it's not like you have anything that really works with bouncing lands. Spellstutter Sprite counters spells with a converted mana cost of 1, might be better than Boomerang . If you really want bounce, I'd say if you're planning to bounce your own things most of the time, consider Call to Heel , and if you plan on bouncing opponent's things consider Echoing Truth . If you can't decide, consider Repeal or Remand .
If you want some spicy tech, run a Redirect or two. In Modern, it can make an opponent Thoughtseize themselves or Lightning Bolt their own critters, steal Ancestral Vision s, and can even counter Cryptic Command s. There are a few decks it does nothing against, but it can often do more damage to the opponent than even Counterspell , when it two-for-one's them. It can also count as removal for you.
Voidmage Husher is repeatable counter to activated abilities, but is quite mana intensive. Maybe you could find room as a one-of?
People always forget blue and green have burn spells with Psionic Blast and Hornet Sting . It's not much, but it would be enough to catch some players by surprise. It's just a thought, since you said you wanted burn in the deck.
10 months ago
Playing an online game, I had Paradox Engine and Mana Crypt on the field. I tapped the Crypt for 2, cast Repeal , (untapping Crypt and retapping it for another 2) targeting the Crypt, returned the crypt to hand, drew a card, cast the Crypt and tapped for another 2, giving me 6 total mana in the pool. My opponent said, I couldn't retap the Crypt to give me the second set of 2. I didn't need the extra mana so I didn't really care either way but in the future, this is legal correct? Due to the PEngine's trigger?
Repeal occurrence in decks from the last year
All decks: 0.07%
Commander / EDH:
All decks: 0.0%