Quote from RoanDracniil »I play a Sedris, the Traitor King deck and a pet combo of mine is Dread Slaver and Warstorm Surge. Not only can you steal your opponent's creatures but by damaging himself upon entry and sacrificing Dread Slaver to something, you get and infinite loop of Dread Slaver dying and returning It's up to you how to use it though.
Quote from Dthamilaye »Good point about Deadeye Navigator.
I still think Mana crypt would be good as well (costs a lot though, but so do dual lands as well).
You tried Jokulhaups, was it good when playing?
I was thinking that I would definitely add Jokulhaups and Obliterate to this deck, but maybe they are too expensive to cast?
If it has Jin, then some land destruction shouldn't be a big deal for the play group :). Even something like Damnation could be nice?
Obliterate should be game win right there if you have any board presence and Marchesa.
Quote from theonecalledrune »Sorry to hear that, I stick to physical cards because I have a really good group I play with about twice a week. As funny as it sounds I think mtgo is a lot more inconvenient than paper magic due to all the steps it takes to do simple things. Even with the direction of duels of the planeswalkers, it still seems too clunky for me. Hope they clear it up for you soon though!
Quote from DementedKirby »Why play Obelisk of Grixis when Chromatic Lantern costs the same, does the same thing, and turns all your lands into Command Tower?