Why does an ancient white dragon is just a 4/3? lol (i know they are one of the weakest chromatics but it can’t even defend vs the dragonland..)
Are they going with the literal white dragons are white creatures, red dragons are red creatures, blue dragons are blue creatures, etc?
The Blackstaff of Waterdeep will be pretty cool in any deck with enough artifacts (e.g. the Modern U/X Asmor Food decks that have been popular lately).
Treasure Chest seems like such a gamble in Tron decks. You either get a mana bump you might not need, 3 life and 3 cards (I guess that's not too bad a rate for 7 mana), you just might lose 3 life, or you just might be able to tutor for a card or cheat in Wurmcoil Engine. Honestly, I'd almost rather have the 3 mana and 3 cards than the tutor.