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Quote from MaxineAnswer: Because bolas
Quote from aceofspades4289I really don't understand why people think the Swans are so good. They die to almost every black removal spell in the set. I don't know what kind of combo you guys are looking for but these guys are just horrible in my opinion. If you're going to play Blue/White play control not a bad combo.
Quote from ockhamQuote from Plague SpitterThe worst things about changelings is that you can't use them with Goblins of the Flarg.
That will do me. Brilliant. Flarg.dec will be completely hosed by the changelings. Now if your opponent could give you one - your Flargs would still be ... gone.
Quote from Plague SpitterThe worst things about changelings is that you can't use them with Goblins of the Flarg.
Quote from voicejThey do die to every good black removal spell in standard, but for white only obivilion ring stops them, and red + green can only draw cards. The key is that if you build the deck around them you should benefit more from them. Also most of the builds I've tend to run over the black builds (bitterblossom control, faeries) because they run lots of board sweepers. they may have more issues with rock but I don't run it too much of it anymore at all.
I really don't understand why people think Tarmogoyfs are so good. They die to almost every black removal spell in the set.
Quote from Cloud_821Wait...is it suddenly immune to Crib Swap and Condemn?
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Tarmogoyf is bad because it dies to terror.
Scion of Oona is bad because it dies to Sudden Shock
Sower of temptation sucks because a Shock kills it
Birds of paradise sucks because every removal spell kills it
Revilark is bad because cribswap gets rid of it
Doran is bad because lightning axe kills it
Ohran viper is bad because incinerate kills it.
Planeswalkers are bad because i can lava axe them.
Bad players will play Swans and lose and only bad players will lose with Swans out.
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if you play them you should win within that or the next turn or your deck is built to abuse/negate it's drawback on a longterm.
Quote from BlueDawnUsing Swans with Wave of Reckoning is also a good idea. Draw four cards and get rid of everything on the board, leaving you with a flying beater? Sign me up! (I know it's not legal in standard, but I thought it's so tricky, I could mention it here)
Quote from DrendDragonspawn"GRUUL SMASH!"
"No, Gruul will not smash. Gruul will submit to arrest under article 47b-4 of the ravnican code of justice."