I was goldfishing that All In Devoted Remedies deck earlier this week when I had a stupid idea. I can't tell if pile this is horrible or great. It's tested well, but that could just be low expectations. Let me know if you're brave enough to give it a whirl.
After playing DSJ for a few months, I've found some of the more complex cards to sequences are this deck's cantrips. Hopefully someday we'll have a nice primer detailing some of this information, but I wanted to take a little time to share my thoughts on how to best utilize Bauble, Street Wraith, and Delirium-less Traverse in this deck. While they aren't the flashiest cards, I think we all have had openers that need a bit of time to figure out how to navigate them.
Also, for Bauble drawing triggers you could always place a die or coin on top of your deck to remind you to draw an extra card.
While this is a brilliant way to avoid missing your own upkeep triggers (before you draw) It's not great in your opponent's upkeep because you never normally interact with your own deck in their upkeep. I tried the counter on my library trick last night, and while I was tired and had low blood sugar (which was probably the main reason for missing triggers) the counter was zero help whatsoever. I might start placing the baubles at a jaunty angle and on top of my graveyard if I still have a trigger waiting. Something similar to the way people mark creatures in dredge that have delayed triggers.
Would also like to reiterate how great varolz was for me last night in testing, giving me what few wins I could scrape together in my tired state all by himself. Very good with battle rage as well (as you'd imagine).
That's why you put a die on top of your opponent's library
The community centered around this deck looks to have come to consensus about a name with Death's Shadow Jund. You all mind casting your vote for that name on the deck breakdown for MTGgoldfish? We can all agree it's not much of an aggro deck, especially with the White transformational sideboard.
By the way, thanks for including the subreddit in the Primer, crexalbo