This is a draft excercise, where people can vote on this particular player's next pick in the draft. Scroll down to the latest post to see the current choices, and maybe take a moment to cast your own vote.
Sultai Charm for me. Many threats we want to deal with will be multicolored, but many will be monocolored, too. I'd usually like me a sweeper like Death Frenzy, but I expect way too many creatures in this format to survive a -2/-2 effect. Just look at he creatures in this pack to see what I mean.
There's nothing that's really head and shoulders above everything else here, but we have some solid options. I'm going to vote for Ruthless Ripper. It's a great one drop that can be morphed if we're lacking in black mana, and picking up a bunch of morphs could pay dividends if we see a Secret Plans or Trail of Mystery later.
For me, the top contenders are Singing Bell Strike and Bitter Revelation. Seeing as we mst likely want to incorporate the Mauler in our final deck, of the two cards I choose the one that shares a color with it, Singing Bell Strike.
I think the extreme brokenness of Treasure Cruise in constructed formats have fooled people into thinking it's this great limited card when it's not. It's rarely better than a Concentrate, and it's frequently much worse than that. One of the important functions of a card like Divination is that it helps land light hands dig out of mana screw, and Treasure Cruise can just never do that. Basically its only function is as a trump in late game top-deck wars, and while it is good at that, it's not like you're generally hurting for things to do in the late game with morph so prevalent. It's also worth noting that since Cruise is a common and decks rarely want more than one, it's pretty free to pick up at any time. My pick is Abomination of Gudul, a powerful, evasive threat that helps fuel future delve pick-ups.