Quote from private_vendettaThis deck seems too be quite similar to some Green and Taxes builds. One of the main difference one could see would be the addition of the NO package, which is in none of your presented lists. But the addition of the package has been discussed over here. So all guys come to the Death and Taxes thread and let's discuss some of the propositions that were made in the first post.
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I mean, hell, we're all on a forum for something that most people would describe as a "children's card game"...do what makes you happy. You are never too old to enjoy yourself.
Quote from ganderin_danYou guys should be following Tom around like he's Moses or something.
Quote from Black Star DecWin more. Why should you play Oracle when you have Noble/Birds and Zenith into Arbor. You don't want to ramp into NO, you want to have NO when the time is right to win the game for you, this is not forcing it out on T3.
Vexing Shusher seems okay, you just dont need it. It slows you down big time and doesnt help in the bad MU's, as blue based Aggro/Control is your favorite match.
Summoning Trap on the other hand helps you to power out bigger threads earlier if your Noble gets misstepped.
Quote from Black Star DecFirst of all, Big Hands to Zirath! for typing it down and thanks to my buddy Gambler to help out after i realized i lack the time to help bringing it up.
Just minor changes fo the OP:
add Sylvan Safekkeper to fetchable creaturesadd Rhox War Monk to fetchable creaturesadd Rafiq of the Many to fetchable creaturesEquipments ain't utility creatures
add Wild Mongrel to fetchable creatures (for the NO build)correct typo at Stirring Wildwoodadd Novablast Wurm, Terravore and Empyrial Archangel to NO targets
Quote from BloodyMagnusIs anybody considering adding adding a copy of Edric, Spymaster of Trest after Commander is released.
I think it has some solid potential and deserves some testing.
Quote from ZirathCold-Eyed Selkie can be played to fight Merfolk. If they can't counter her, they get out drawn pretty badly.
Edric gives the benefit to both sides, which can be bad against decks that play evasive guys like Affinity.
Keep in mind that Wilt-Leaf is a 4 drop, so it is expected that it will the game by itself.