I think Moon is still fine against a lot of decks that aren't Tron though, and thinking that it was only good because of the tron matchup (it was never that great vs tron btw) is a trap.
That said, I would consider moving it to the side, or using Alpine Moon in the side instead, and bringing in Rabbles. I think potentially the rabble/hazoret package is good enough to run all the time, but I wanna test out Nahiri first before I make that call.
Yeah, the runaway red lists are much different than Pyro. I think Arclight Phoenix doesn't have much of a place in the deck and Steam-Kin requires too much commitment to red spells to really be consistent (given that a lot of our one-mana spells are black.) But perhaps testing would prove otherwise.
I've decided to throw a Lightning Helix in my deck. Also testing Nahiri, and Pithing Needle in the side to help vs control. We'll see how this goes. I'm kinda starting to veer towards selfeisek's list, but I'm a little confused about his Sideboard, to be honest.
I'm not sure what to do with my MD and SB right now...
I have a lot of meh-be cards for the SB, like Molten Rain, Stony Silence, etc. I think I want to try removing my final copy of Wear//Tear for something like these, but I don't know yet.
Mainboard, I've been fooling around with the slot that used to be Manamorphose. There are a few options here. I like Terminate or Dreadbore but I'm still unsure as to which is currently better, though at least towards my control-heavy meta I'm leaning towards the Bore. Liliana the Last Hope is the only other truly obvious flex spot, and I haven't really decided what I could jam in here that's not Lili. I definitely haven't been feeling her recently, but that might be confirmation/negativity bias. To be honest, I haven't really SEEN or played with her in most of my games so who's to say if she's really good or not.
Goblin Rabblemaster mainboard is the one thing that I've been seeing people do a lot. Often in place of Blood Moon. I'm not sure how I feel about this, but given that Moon isn't really the "Gotcha" card it used to be, maybe I'll try moving it to the sideboard and putting the Rabblemasters back in. I do have to admit that I've never been pleased with them in the mainboard, however.
After another unsatisfactory tournament finish tonight, I'm trying to figure out what I can do to be better. I've been playing a pretty wide field, probably the most common thing I run into is some variation on control (usually U/W but also Grixis and U/B.) but aside from that I've played... everything.
I just feel really lackluster and like I'm not playing well enough/adjusting my deck and sideboard well enough. Here's the deck.