Quote from rantipoleI'd run Lightning Greaves because a hasty, shrouded Dakkon is scary. I don't like Seal of Doom in here; in general 1-for-1 targeted removal is bad in this format. I see the synergy with Skull of Orm, but I still don't like it. You need the Skull in play to make the Seal good.
I agree that the Godhead is counterproductive. What about using Keiga, the Tide Star, Sundering Titan, or Artisan of Kozilek?
Quote from RavusI'm familiar with your playgroup, and I would suggest (to anyone asking) to have more options for sacrifice-outlets for your dudes. And since you're sort of interested in lands with this deck, High Market and Phyrexian Tower are easily workable. As a general rule [and especially once I return to the area], expect a lot of Treachery and Control Magic and plan accordingly. Additionally, these sac-outlets are excellent with Keiga and friends.
Quote from VoxplayerI can second The addition of both of those lands; I'm so used to playing with Diamond Valley that I forgot High Market existed. I didn't toss it in this deck right off the bat because it is a bit mana hungry and the inability to produce any kind of mana really sucks. It might be worth it since some of my strategy involves getting them back over and over again for some pretty rude abilities to trigger a few times over.
Quote from Voxplayer »When you do get back here, I'll be ready for you. Even if it means me having to play Despotic Scepter in every deck I have, I will be ready for you
Quote from Voxplayer »I am also wondering with the addition of more "tap for colorless mana" lands if I should increase my colored artifact accell; Darksteel Ingot was in here but I decided to drop it.
Quote from Voxplayer »On my Radar:
Tower of the Magistrate: Equipmet hoser
Petrified Field/Crucible of Worlds: I don't really have a reliable way to get back nerfed lands
Deserted Temple: Tricks with some of my special lands
Thank you all for the suggestions thus far
Quote from RavusI
I like the idea of Deserted Temple in all decks. But you are starting to run into a whole lot of colourless mana.