Quote from Rolly1209 »I've been really tempted to build a Sharuum deck and was wondering if this is a good base to base my deck of off even though it is an old post?
Quote from Viperousss »So I do have a question for you guys. I've been playing this deck for about four month's now, with some minor modification and had great results, but the pods at where I play are not too too competitive for the most part. There are some that run the new storm combo etc. I've searched online for a couple of hours now without any real resolution as to what are the current strongest decks. I have a semi competitive deck I play with already,as well as this one that dropped to tier 2, but I'm looking to take one to GP's and win or at least be on par, not to say this one is not, but it's falling behind. I've seen the tier lists as updated about a week ago, but I don't really have a direction to go in, always conflicting information. Money is not really an issue and I'm not looking for a budget deck, I can play all styles, I'm just looking for a straightforward answer of, "These are the strongest decks being run in the meta at the moment". And I know that it's dependent on your meta so I'll state purely competitive, win as quickly and consistently as possible. I won't be playing this deck with friends. I also know there usually is not "one" deck. If I could get some feedback it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
Quote from ajacobik »The Competitive EDH subreddit is currently the best avenue for discussion of competitive decks and strategies. The community there is toxic, but the lists are usually good.
Quote from cryogen »I hope for a you ban.
Quote from trancer99 » irrelevant decks,
Quote from ajacobik »Regardless, this is a little off-topic for a Sharuum discussion thread, so I think we should return to the main reason we're here: Sharuum. Has anyone experimented with Pull from Eternity? I've been considering putting Sharuum back together and Pull has been heavily on my radar. From Delve to Tainted Pact to opposing Bitter Ordeal effects, we have a lot of ways to functionally hide a combo piece, then drop it back into the yard for a surprise win.
Quote from JivanmuktaI hate casual players. I'd rather watch magic die than see them happy.