Quote from CorwinOfAmber »Quote from Vegas10 »Abrupt decay was my mvp in almost every match, I'm glad I added these as I feel it gives the deck a lot more game against several decks. And the townsip is useful, I did use it a couple times throught the night it is like an extra anthem on crack and gives you a mana dump in games where flooding a bit could be doom, except now your flyers grow every turn.
so do you think abrupt decay and green splash is worth the cut of windbrisk heights? and how was Smallpox performing? isn't liliana just better in this slot? (or the white edict that sacrifices an attacking creature - as BB might be sometimes a problem without at least 2-3 filterlands).
I'm not the biggest advocate of Heights, I have always felt to cost of it coming into play tapped when you really needed an untapped land outweighed the times when it was great since half those times or more it was a win more cards for me, but yes it also can do some great things for the deck, That being said I have found the utility of AD and Township to just be way more consistently useful with almost no drawback ever. As far as smallpox that is an experiment in the sideboard I just tried this week to help against bloom titan and Tron mostly, however it happen to also serve a purpose against boggles, is lily a stronger card overall no question yes, but against those 2 decks I want Land D that can hurt them fairly quickly disrupt there hand a bit as well however it is possible this is a bad idea but would like to try it in those matches before just discarding the idea. Also with 9 fetches 4 shrines 2 chapels and a filter land, it's pretty rare I don't have BB on t2 if I want it. Another not in general by the way this deck is no more vulnerable to Blood Moon than the regular BW versions since I don't run heights, but Spreading seas was a big pain in my but in game 1 against merfolk as well but can be played around with the proper draws.