Quote from GloriousGoose »Defile looks at all Swamps you control, not just Snow-Covered Swamps. I think you're underrating the card compared to Tragic Slip, though. Slip is obviously much better in your deck than in mine, but I would think there are times where Morbid can't be triggered so the Slip is insufficient. Defile has a longer ramp up but should be able to keep reasonable pace with the toughness of problematic creatures like Gaddock Teeg or Anafenza the Foremost.
Quote from reltastic »With the spoilers today, I think there are already a few cards I'd love to try out! I've linked these to mythicspoiler, but if that's not the right thing to do, I can come back and edit that. Also, lyonhaert, if you want me to hold off posting about new cards, I definitely can in the future, I'm just excited to talk about them (and also procrastinate the paper I'm supposed to be writing...) I'll also put them in a spoiler tag, just to be safe
Liliana, Dreadhorde General - The passive ability is already one we want. And the other three abilities are all very relevant. It's tougher to kill than a creature like Harvester of Souls, but of course it's also harder for Chainer to do his thing with them. I think I'll try it at least.
Bolas's Citadel - Ad Nauseam that we can control a little better? Devotion? Seems pretty good to me.
Ob Nixilis, the Hate-Twisted - The static is fun, and plays well with the activated ability. It's cute, but I don't think we're a deck that wants to give too many cards to opponents, and Underworld Dreams is cheaper and better for devotion.
Ob Nixilis's Cruelty - I run both Ashes to Ashes and Gild, because I've got an Avacyn deck I run into pretty often. So I appreciate the ability to exile creatures in black, but I'm not sold on this.
Quote from reltastic »Have you ever tried out Hellfire? It seems awesome for us, especially with a Blood Artist/Zulaport Cutthroat/Falkenrath Noble/Deathgreeter on the board.
It's also just a freaking cool card.