I just realized that Bolas's Citadel is actually VERY effective for this deck. It works under Stasis, synergizes with Aminatou's +1 ability, makes Sensei's Divining Top absolutely broken and a pseudo-infinite combo, and is an artifact that I can actively tutor for with what's present in the deck. I'll be cutting a card for it, just haven't settled on which one yet. I don't think Aetherflux Reservoir needs to be present in the deck simply because I only need to get through a certain amount of my deck before I naturally draw into a true combo line. Essentially, Bolas's Citadel acts as an Ad Nauseam variant that more effectively rewards the deck for what it's trying to do.
Bojuka Bog ETB tapped is actually a pretty big deal. Tapped lands steal a lot of tempo from this deck and with no way to cheat it into play a la Crop Rotation, I think the tempo loss when you draw it might be substantial enough to make me regret playing it in the 99. A solid card and an excellent role-player, I personally have found most of the other Stax pieces provide enough overlap that having an additional 'yard hate card isn't necessary. The goal of this deck is to create layers of Stax/Hate pieces so that even if your opponents tutor for removal effects to get rid of one Stax/Hate piece, there is another one that they have to fight through.
Lavinia is solid as well. I'd like to include her, I just don't think she's any better than the current suite of Stax/Hate pieces.
Kambal doesn't directly help us win, so I'll actually pass on him.
Teferi's Puzzle Box and Narset work exactly like you think it does. I didn't think about the Box as another way to take advantage of the Wheel payoff cards. Good look!
Is it safe to assume that you don't run Eldest Reborn for CMC reasons? Also would Winter's Orb slow us down too much? I do like the Terferi's puzzle box as the pay off is just insane. It will probably take me a couple of months to build, but I will slowly get there.
It's been a great time being a member of this community. Truly, this site has been a lifeline for me in my lowest life moments and I've grown and developed as a player in direct response to the feedback I've received, the comments I've read, and the decklists I've perused on this site. MTGSal has been my online MTG home since 2009 and I have nothing but fond memories of this site.
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First and foremost, the majority of the MTGSal staff that make this site work and function are leaving for MTGNexus. This wholesale migration of valuable and active members within the MTGSAl community that maintain its integrity and reputation leaves me uneasy as to the future direction of this site. Cryogen, Airithne, Wildfire, and many others that make this site tick are already active on MTGNexus and are, quite frankly, having a better experience with the new platform and have already established the basic infrastructure to make it successful in the same ways that MTGSal has been successful. I'm a strong supporter of these individuals and prefer to trust my online MTG experience to people that have been a part of the online MTG space for decades. I will be leaving this site to follow them in the new adventure that is Nexus, and I'm super happy to do so.
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Why not you? It's your chance to start over fresh, contribute in a meaningful way to a new platform, and have a chance to positively shape what will become the premier MTG site on the internet.