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So I've got a Meren deck of my own, she really toes the line being casual and competitive. If you'd like to take a look and borrow some cards, go right ahead.
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January 17, 2019 12:26 p.m.
10/10, would upvote for the name alone. Needs more Unburial Rites .
January 17, 2019 12:22 p.m.
You could mention that cEDH is almost exclusively dominated by stax and combo. (under power levels)
Is, while mandatory for mill, not the ONLY color combo. The Mimeoplasm mill is a deck my casual side takes great joy in playing. (under subtheme)
Azami, Lady of Scrolls - you forgot the last S. (under commander)
"Combo is generally the best win condition." Not true. It's definitely the easiest, but the 'best' is a matter of opinion. (under the aggro problem)
Thrasios, Triton Hero - you forgot the first H. (under the colors)
Umbra Mystic is a HUGE white enchantment payoff. (under the colors)
I didn't know it was possible to mention blue draw without talking about Rhystic Study .
Combat Celebrant doesn't combo. It can only exert itself if it hasn't that turn.
Reins of the Vinesteed - you missed the third E- the first E in Vinesteed. (under the colors)
January 16, 2019 7:45 p.m.
Since putting an actual link in seemed to not work, have this.
January 16, 2019 1:19 p.m.
Plain ol' OP. I might suggest picking some of your favorite plains arts in the link below.
January 16, 2019 1:18 p.m.
Oooh. I thought you were just making a crack at Flatso. I'll get to you, too, then. Glad we straightened that out!
January 16, 2019 1:16 p.m.
Your comment is coming soon, FLATSO99.
Commander / EDH
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January 16, 2019 1:09 p.m.
Trying to decide how many I should buy. Absolutely Simic, but what about Gruul and Orzhov?? Which do I pick!
January 16, 2019 1:07 p.m.
No need to spam, good sir. This actually looks like a really nice limited environment to me, but other than two or three cards, I'm not super excited for it in commander.
January 14, 2019 1:48 p.m.
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January 14, 2019 10:54 a.m.
The first post was common knowledge to me, but the second... I did not follow that at all. What is the significance of that string of numbers? ANY of those strings of numbers?
January 12, 2019 11 p.m.
I mean that and it's this Tuesday.
January 12, 2019 10:57 p.m.
Molderhulk doesn't actually cost 9 mana. This guy AND his ability would be good if they were 1 mana less, but as is, he and his ability are both overcosted. Even in commander I'm not using him. A 3-mana sac outlet is ridiculous, and on a 7 mana body that's drastically below the curve? Beyond that, let's really look at this ability: 3 mana to make your creature a 1/1 spirit? Also super not great. It would be good at 2 mana, but only good.
January 11, 2019 10:24 a.m.
Errata: the watch doesn't know about Lili's deal either.
January 11, 2019 9:38 a.m.
Wow, I wonder if Hi_diddly_ho_neighbor plays aristocrats?
January 10, 2019 7:54 p.m.
I'm guessing that war of the spark may refer to Azor's spark, inside The Immortal Sun? Anyone else get those vibes?
January 10, 2019 2:48 p.m.
Y'alls is in for a LOOONG comment. I am SO sorry.
Disclaimer: this is my headcanon. It is ludicrously unlikely to ever happen, but I love the concept anyway.
We start at the fight against Bolas. It's guild against guild, walker against walker, and Bolas' side is looking great. And then, Jace has a chat with the sphinxes. The sphinxes, using their influence, manage to convert the rest of the senate, and the entire senate together manages to Silence Bolas. With only his raw strength, Bolas is quickly overwhelmed. But he has one last trick up his sleeve. With the entirety of the Azorius Senate reaching into his mind, Bolas reaches back. Bolas forcibly manipulates most of them into becoming a puppet army, fighting the other guilds with no fear of their own death. That is, until they meet the Gruul. The senate, unaccustomed to physical violence, falls in minutes. Eventually, Nicol Bolas, exhausted, having expended all hope of victory, decides to have one last laugh. He gathers all his mana into himself, preparing to detonate it. Gideon, in a matter of moments, locates the highest concentration of people, uses all his magic, and forms a shield, saving them from the blast.
In the end, there are little more than two thousand people on Ravnica. The survivors surveys the losses. Nissa weeps, the dust a cutting reminder of home. Chandra stands, jaw slacked, knees buckled, unable to even understand the destruction. Kaya says a farewell to thousands of souls. Jace looks down, pulls his hood over his face, and picks up a chestplate, a sural, and a veil made of chain.
Think of Gideon, he whispers to himself, trying his best not to choke up. What would Gideon say?
"Ravnica," he says to the survivors, an illusion hiding his shaking hands and tear-stained cheeks, "is not the plane on which I was born. But it is the place that gave me life."
"In my last act as guildpact, I demand the presence of every living ravnican tomorrow at sunrise, for the construction of a memorial for the lives lost today. And, out of respect for them, there will be no more bloodshed until this memorial is finished."
"We have all lost friends today. We have all lost family. Everyone standing before you is being shaken by the same sense of loss that threatens to consume us all. But this is not the end. Not for the Ravnica I know! We will rebuild! This perfect city of spires and sewers, of basilicas and gardens and beaten turf, of laboratories and undercities, this perfect city of variety will return! It will return stronger than ever before, rising to a challenge that two hours ago, it didn't know existed!"
"Friends, allies, fellow ravnicans, now is a time of mourning. But the world cannot mourn forever! These desperate times call for us to stick close to our neighbors, to put selfishness aside and move forward, carving a path to a new Ravnica. Our children will have a glorious, shining city to call their own. And their grandchildren will hear stories of the survivors who built it all."
As the onlookers cheer, clap, and weep, as Jace meets his friends halfway, running headlong into an embrace. They console Nissa, meet Kaya, and put Chandra down for a nap.
"Nice speech and all," Lavinia says, strolling toward the team, "but what's this 'last act as Guildpact' nonsense?"
"I figured the plane was in need of better management."
"But you can'-"
"Are there any laws restricting it?"
"Well, no, but-"
"Then I reserve the right, as Guildpact."
"You," Lavinia's face is like a beet, a tiny red star fueled by rage, "are permitted to do that, by your power."
"Great. Now that we're settled on that, the only question is whom! Obviously it has to be someone who cared deeply about Ravnica, preferably someone who doesn't mind paperwork. And if possible, I'd love to make it someone with no guild affiliation, lest the other guilds throw a fit. Maybe someone who has prior experience bossing this office around. Know anyone who fits that description?"
"Are you seriously asking... me?"
"Do you accept your new position?"
"Dutifully." Lavinia responds, beaming.
Anyway imagine that but written by someone who's good at writing.
January 9, 2019 9:46 p.m.
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