Cast the card, sacrifice matter reshaper for paying of the cost. Its trigger goes on the stack. Then deep fiend cast goes on the stack. Then sanctum of Ugin trigger happens. Sanctum trigger on top, and I dont know if you can choose the order of the deep fiend cast and reshaper or not. (Or if it would matter)
I don't have time for a lot of MTG these days, but I've been playing a few games in the queues lately once a week or so, and I've been playing this deck. I like it a lot. It has a lot of interaction and is a good fit for my playstyle.
One thing, has anyone played against the Nahiri deck that runs Boom // Bust and 4 copies of Blood Moon main deck? Its basically miserable in my opinion. I misplayed to lose the first game, not attacking with both my Spellskite and other critter to be able to redirect Nahiri's -2 that I knew was coming. I did this twice in a row (like a fool... I was tired). The second game ended with T2 Blood Moon into a T4 Goblin Dark Dwellers recurring Lightning Helix to take care of my threats.
Hey everyone. Just started playing this deck on MTGO. Like it. I played colorless Eldrazi during their "reign of terror." and I miss playing broken stuff. Played a couple games in the queues and it certainly feels powerful and enjoyable to play.
Wall of Omens: Would this card make turn 2 a little clunky since there's typically 3 mana available? I love this card, and it seems to fit the control side of this deck's disruptive behavior (see Drowner of Hope's name in that it just makes opponent's attacks null which this card can do while we take our time to get set up). It still seems worth testing, though.
Warping Wail: I've loved this card in action. It is great. In here it can help ensure 4-5 mana on T3. It was great in Colorless Eldrazi and I always main decked 1-2. I'll begin testing this one and Wall of Omens.
I know I'm dealing in fantasy maybe it will be great land but what about the new 3 drop go grab an eldrazi card? Would a "toolbox" eldrazi sideboard be worth the effort? I'll stick to cards we have now from here on out.