Quote from Ace1 »Nice report, i really like that people in your store hands out wins instead of draws, its not like people at my store are bad or anything but nobody ever does that where i play.
I'm glad walker works, i just love the creature and getting a threat that is resilient and grindy is pretty nice, i might try some for myself. I just wish I had preordered some, they are like 10$ a piece now I never though it would go up that fast!
Quote from EggShen »I like the interaction between Chief Engineer and Disciple of Deceit, but I'm not sure how much I like Kuldotha Forgemaster without some expendable artifacts that hit the board early. Seems like with all your artifact ramp, you can probably just hardcast the first big fat artifact monster that comes along. I realize that the Forgemaster can search it up, but so can disciple of deceit and sacrificing 3 artifacts (unless a Battleshphere has already resolved) seems like a pretty significant cost. Especially when the card you'll be searching up doesn't end the game immediately. He also has to survive a turn since you aren't running something like Lightning Greaves, which can be tricky in modern.
Quote from Badabingbadabum »Rough draft:
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//Spells 374 Enclave Cryptologist3 Judge's Familiar4 Disciple of Deceit4 Chief Engineer2 Renowned Weaponsmith2 Spellskite4 Grand Architect3 Phyrexian Metamorph2 Whip of Erebos4 Kuldotha Forgemaster3 Myr Battlesphere2 Sundering Titan//Lands 234 Darksteel Citadel4 Darkslick Shores4 River of Tears4 Polluted Delta2 Watery Grave4 Island1 Swamp
I'm thinking about trying this "go big or go broke" approach with Whip and Forgemaster and Cryptologist/Disciple to bin the fatties. What do you guys reckon? Going over the top is something I enjoy and something I sometimes feel that the deck is missing.
Quote from Ace1 »Sooo many thopters, lol.
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This deck is explosive. As in "goldfishes before Elves" explosive. One game I went T4 Master into 2x Metamorph off of Chief Engineer (by tapping the elemental tokens). By the end I had infinite 4/3's. The reason I'm trying this is because I get less and less excited by Lodestone as time goes by. The only thing I don't like about this deck is Harbinger who hasn't performed yet but at least he gives some devotion. I really wish that Chief Engineer was UU.