Quote from JivanmuktaI hate casual players. I'd rather watch magic die than see them happy.
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Also, the sooner the Fedora is left to old men, the 1920s, and security goons for authoritarian regimes, the better.
Quote from RyujinMikaeus is the strongest I've seen outside of stax.
Quote from GalspanicMy Brigid Voltron deck did surprisingly well. She owned combat, equipped fatties, and a fair dose of control. That said, I have never seen an actual "good" Monowhite deck.
Quote from CabzThe only good mono-white deck I've ever encountered is Avacyn, Angel of Hope.
Quote from MRdown2urthMy buddy had a pretty brutal Linvala deck once.
(I'd still say Boros is the weakest option for your deck's color identity.)
Quote from hippohugger »You will all look up to the phelddagrif when you are mana screwed and shout "save us". And I'll whisper "no".
Quote from MRdown2urthWell, white has all the wraths you could want, and recursion exists in this color. You can dig up lands with Land Tax, and there are numerous other permanent tutors. Token creators and Ghostly Prison variants let you persevere through combat.
Quote from JWK-The others, I'd love to hear more. What made these other decks work?
Quote from danissimusI believe we have played a game or two in Cockatrice.. (btw. the deck has about 75% win percentage in 4-players pods there..)
Quote from JWKThe Kemba Stax, I can see how that would work. The others, I'd love to hear more. What made these other decks work?
Quote from PyramusI've had a Mageta the Lion control deck that did very well. It basically focused on keeping the board clean of anything but Mageta and my own indestructible stuff. Only downside was that it could be rather slow.