Quote from SweetSupremacy »Tron, easily. It invalidates strategies and pushes you into fast linear aggro or fast combo if you want to beat it. If you want to play other kinds of decks like midrange or control, you find that land destruction often isn't fast enough and that there isn't a powerful hate card ala keeping Affinity honest.
For a big mana deck, it breaks some traditional rules for ramp decks. Ramp decks used to suffer from having to draw Rampant Growth when you needed threats. Tron gets the best selection spell in Modern in Ancient Stirrings to avoid this. Even counter magic doesn't save you now that Ulamog is taking your lands away better than you can theirs.
It's too consistent, the threats it powers out are too powerful for that level of consistency and it limits the decks you can play successfully. So annoying.
Quote from RoKnRuiN1 »My LGS players are starting to have a real disdain for playing against me. 9/10 times I'm on RG Titan-Shift and I've been the King of the Hill so to speak for the past few months just about in our meta.
Usually when I sit down it turns into an eye roll fest and players talking about how the round is gonna be pointless for them or along those lines.