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Surgical Extraction Discussion
4 days ago
Really awesome idea to design a deck around. Gotta give you points for working outside the box/outside the meta as it were.
What I would do is sideboard in some removal to make this more playable in the long run. I doubt it would ever be competitive, just due to the odd nature of what you’re trying to accomplish here, but specific cards like Dismember, Fatal Push, Surgical Extraction or Tormod's Crypt can go a long way toward making even kitchen table matchups more even. Otherwise, this looks really fun!
1 week ago
I think you’re right, and I also think that if you sideboard in the best of those selections that this deck will probably be just about as good as it can. It’ll be perfectly playable, but the odd Surgical Extraction or what have you will more than likely tank a game once in awhile. All in all, I think what you’ve built here looks really fun.
1 week ago
3 weeks ago
I’m sure I’m forgetting something. If I remember more suggestions, I’ll let you know :)
3 weeks ago
Tome Scour isn’t a great card. Its mills equivalent to Shock. Its a card that just doesn’t get you enough value for what its doing. Remember that every mill card effectively does nothing until you get the last card - so the ones you run need to be getting good value. Personally i’d put Mind Funeral in the same bucket, but tastes may vary.
20 lands seems really low, especially with the quantity of 3-drops, and the likelyhood you’ll be wanting 4+ mana. Feels like you need at least 23. More fetches will help the crabs also
its good to keep in mind that Mill is a control deck at heart. We’ll never be as fast as the likes of burn so there’s no point trying to compete down that line. The optimal plan is to prevent the opponent being able to win in a timely matter, and then close out the game when they’re floundering around for answers. Stuff like Surgical Extraction is a must.
its not a bad thing, but something to be aware of is that running loads of creatures validates your opponents killspells.
Have a gander at my mill deck, that’s won a bunch of local tourneys. Note i still haven’t altered it to figure out the optimal quantity of crabs Tsunami
3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
No fetches with Wrenn and Six?? I think this deck gets much better when you start running 4x Bloodstained Mire, 2x Verdant Catacombs, and 2x Wooded Foothills. I'd recommend cutting City of Brass, Gemstone Mine, and Mana Confluence for more shocks and fetches. They're essentially flawless fixing if Rn6 is in play. And either way (even more so now than if you put in fetches), you've got a pretty painful mana base, why not 4x Death's Shadow rather than Spawn of Mayhem? It's just bigger, and now you've got this weird ponza/Rn6/Shadow deck that can feel a little better about Surgical Extraction in the sideboard and Noxious Revival to get back your stuff.
3 weeks ago
Hello everyone. I’m DeinoStinkus, TappedOut’s resident crocodile and ultimate master of jank and underappreciated strategies, as well as recent #1 decklord. This is the article series Strange Tales, where we’ll be exploring everything custom, from the craziest custom cards and user-made formats to wild speculation and analysis of sets.
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THE EVENTS TAB: I’m going to be honest, the events tab is not very appealing to a user such as myself. The Events tab is used to share MTG events with the community; however, it is very much underused.
THE DRAFT SIM/CUBES TAB: I honestly think these two could be combined, but I see the argument for keeping them separate. The draft sim system on TappedOut (which has recently been fixed) is amazing. It’s easy to sort picks, see the color wheel, etc., and the only thing I wish they’d add is an easier way to add basics at the end. I frequently use the draft sim on TappedOut. The cubes on TappedOut are neat as well, and very unique! I rarely draft cubes, but when I do it is a rewarding experience.
THE FORUMS TAB: This is by far my favorite. The forums are TappedOut are why I came, and they are one of the reasons why I stay. While it is prone to occasional drama, this can often be sorted out. The forums are also a good place to make actual friendships, and I can say without a doubt that some of the best friendships I’ve had are on TappedOut. Even for new users, the community is very supportive, rarely rude or condescending, and overall I’ve had a great time using the forums. The aesthetics of the forums are just so smooth and calm as well, unlike many other sites where the white and blue everything is like a Surgical Extraction. My god. But TappedOut’s forums look nice, are nice, and smell nice (never mind, they smell like Internet).
THE COMMUNITY TAB: This is where you can see the “leaderboards” for decklord and helper. A decklord’s status is a mix of activity, decks built, helper points, and many other factors. A helper’s status is based on the number of helper points that player gets in an amount of time. The leaderboards reset every now and then, bringing new users to the top. I currently hold both #1 decklord and #1 helper, but I’m sure that someone else will get to the top someday. The community tab also used to host livestreams from TappedOut content creators (I know quite a few), but now serves to show who’s the most active and who helps out the most on decks that need it.
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