Quote from MalpheasI think you misunderstood me, what I should have said was "All of my decks are built with multiplayer in mind".
That being said, I agree that mulitplayer is a different creature than two player casual. In my entire magic "career" I've played four to five player multiplayer games. Just the way I grew into it. I appreciate a good multiplayer game far more than I appreciate a two player game of any stripe.
If you play multiplayer you could probably find some appeal in my decks. I'll post them here in a bit.
Quote from BustinI 100% support a multiplayer forum.
I'm looking for suggestions for a multiplayer discard deck. The main cards I want to use are Anvil of Bogardan and Lore Broker, as they cause everyone to draw & discard. And the draw part is important because it still works when they have no cards in hand. I think they're the only two cards that do that actually, could be wrong though. Burning Inquiry would be nice but I don't know if I want to go 3 colors, although grixis is fun. Anyway, I want to combine the anvil and lore broker with Liliana's Caress (obvious choice) as well as Geth's Grimoire, which get's really ridiculous in multiplayer. Any other ideas on how to fill out the rest of the deck?
Quote from Halted AsylumPrimary and only casual rule: "any rule that is fine for the most part of the playgroup, is a fine rule". So any further thread with: "if somebody uses/does .... in a casual game, is it ethical/ok?", read the answer above.
Quote from islipCadaverousBl00m's Guide To Multiplayer Artifice
Tich's Guide to Black Multiplayer Cards and Strategies
These guides are great. Can I make a white guide?