Quote from Cnatsepllrgiht »That being said, all the mulligans in the world aren't always able to overcome variance and multiple opponents.
Quote from Prid3 »Quote from Cnatsepllrgiht »That being said, all the mulligans in the world aren't always able to overcome variance and multiple opponents.
What does bother me is when both Green players at the table open with turn 0 OuAT, turn 1 Elf, turn 2 three drop almost every single game. And I'm absolutely including myself in there so this isn't a "screw everyone else" complaint. I don't enjoy the fact that I have to build my decks that way but I'm still going to do it if it's optimal. When multiple people are making the exact same openers game after game it no longer feels like you're playing unique games of Magic. Rather, it feels like you're stuck playing the exact same game. That's what really bothers me about the free MP mulligan, the London mulligan and OuaT combined.
Quote from Cnatsepllrgiht »I assume when you do this it is because in the majority of your brews these are the optimal cards for those CMC costs unless another niche card is needed..
Quote from TechnicolorMage »Smart players know better...