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#1

LOL Thank you.

August 6, 2020 3:50 a.m.

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#2

So much encouragement and advice from local minds! Thank you very much everybody for taking time a few seconds to give their opinions and suggestions. It really means a lot when taking the pros and cons and try your utilize it to the best of my abilities. I will get to work on this first thing tomorrow morning!

July 21, 2020 3 a.m.

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#3

How I love this game of tug of war~! shadow63 does bring a strong point about spot removal; if my deck deluge with spot removal it could dilute my overall game plan. I'll have to consider just how much card draw to incorporate in my spell pile.

GhostChieftain - Every deck does need some spot removal. In my spell sweet, I am considering between 24-28 spells in all..

July 20, 2020 2:01 p.m.

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enpc - This brew is not meant for competitive play, just a fun gimmick for people to enjoy. I do plan on having a combo backup plan in just in case, so I will look into that as well. Thank you for your time and suggestions. :3

July 20, 2020 3:17 a.m.

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#5

psionictemplar - Not to worry, my fellow wizard. I am well aware of that one major factor, and is not low-costing deck. The main idea behind this brew is to play lots of removal and answers for whatever your opponent drops onto the battlefield, in addition to land destruction, and effective creatures with timely abilities. Dead Guy Ale, hence the name.

July 19, 2020 10:58 p.m.

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#6

Ever since quarantine I have had nothing else better to do other than eat, work, sleep, repeat. One day, while laying down my futon, I brandished my foil Tymna the Weaver and stared at for God-knows-how-long. After that, an idea donned on me that I have yet to see others: Dead Guy Ale.

Deadguy Ale is an Orzhov or BW midrange deck with a pretty low mana curve, and lots of removal and answers for whatever your opponent drops onto the battlefield.

Most versions feature some discard (or other disruption) and land destruction, alongside Dark Ritual and effective creatures. The creature suite is usually all about bang-for-your-buck, with cheap-ish casting costs and timely abilities (that usually complement the disruption).

Long story short I thought a Deadguy Ale deck in EDH would be a fantastic idea, as Tymna alone is a very effective creature with a timely ability, and she might as well be a my commamnder for this rogue brew. In an EDH variant, my main idea behind this brew is to play lots of removal and answers for whatever your opponent drops onto the battlefield, in addition to land destruction, and effective creatures with timely abilities. Dead Guy Ale, hence the name.

Please give me your honest opinions, cards suggestions, any to kickstart my neurons!

July 19, 2020 9:50 p.m.

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