Quote from Gerry TSpencer (SRdude) is my homeboy and, as usual, is right about basically everything he said.
Every rarity gets good cards. That means that some mythic rares will be tournament quality as will some commons, some uncommons and some rares. My promise wasn't that mythic rares wouldn't get good cards but that we wouldn't limit the good cards to only being mythic rare.
Quote from PiroMay I ask why run Avoid Fate over Rebuff the Wicked for any reason?
Quote from Falkor4. Sideboard changes -- anyone interested in Scragnoth vs. tech'd out U/x decks or Spike Feeder? Sunlance is awesome tech vs. almost everything weenie.
Quote from Natsume@sys41o:
Pendelhaven is there mainly to blow up other Pendelhavens, which is even played in RDW.
1. o7irg gave a perfect example. It is good, but not absolute removal. I've found it to be a possible card to replace after testing the GP winning deck. Does anyone think Bound in Silence would make a good substitute? Or should we stick with Chromatic Star for a one-drop fixer?
2. Shifter is a possibility, but I'm guessing the usual Fortune Thief.
Finally, going through the winning GP decklist, it's easy to see Temporal Isolation and Riftsweeper can be removed for better choices. Should Temporal Isolation be replaced with Bound in Slience or just fill in those slots for Fiery Justice/Kavu Predator combo? It just feels not really worth splashing in red for such a small combo, though I will agree it's probably the best instants rather than Thrill of the Hunt.
Quote from sys41oI'm missing the point as to why there is 1 x Pendlehaven when none of the creatures in the main deck are 1/1 and only 4 if you put 4 x Whirling Dervish in your side board?