Quote from FStranieri1- Can you take seriously a deck created just to face one kind of deck in a competitve enviroment?
Quote from FStranieri2- Ok, i've written wrong the cost, anyway it's costy for what it does, besides i don't believe in a fast damage deck using Gone, i'm certain that Sudden Shock is more versatile in any occasion than Dead // Gone.
Quote from FStranieri3- I think MWA can't think about to win a U/R Teferi Control, MAYBE U/B or U/B/r, but still i don't believe. Damnation, Sudden Death besides counter and bouncings are just enough to keep MRA quiet.
Quote from FStranieri4- Sure there is:http://forums.mtgsalvation.com/showthread.php?t=70851. I think that only match up is G/U made.
Quote from FStranieri5- Completly don't agree. This talk about too fast is just talk. Sudden Shock, Snapback, Lightning Axe, Cancel are all fast cards with low cost that can keep all this Red card shutted up 'til big threats comes in. And better, all in your turn.
Quote from FStranieri6- Maybe you had difficult understanding, but i was just comparing.
Quote from FStranieri7- I didn't tell this card is not good, i just said i rather direct damage. But as i said its a respectful choice.
Quote from FStranieri8- Again one deck match up card, that within a tournament (we are in competitive forum) is not enough to deserve a place.
Quote from FStranieriSo, i see no point in your talking. But certainly you have the right to think that way.
Quote from FeuerdracheFirst of all, he didn't create it *just* to beat White Weenie. If he wanted to make a deck like that, he'd have made Black-based control.
WW is a very common deck in today's meta, and it's quite fair to tune your deck towards beating it. In fact, it's probably a good idea to do so.
Sudden Shock doesn't even make a Dragon flinch - much less an Elephant. How you can consider it more versatile is beyond me. I think, perhaps, you're overestimating the countering ability of the Teferi decks.
I'll be honest. That comment seems to show a lack of practice to me.
Er...? Just because there's a thread for it doesn't mean it's showing up in tournaments with any regularity.
Tussius, of all users on here, is an expert on the MTGO events. His blog is dedicated to them. If he says they don't really show up any more he's more than likely correct.
Sudden Shock isn't run in any control builds because it's just a damn Shock; Snapback is actually a decent spell but it only bounces the creature (still effective, though); Lightning Axe is huge card disadvantage, which is something control really doesn't want; Cancel is only relevant on your third or fourth turn (if you're the RDW guy), and that's assuming that they've got double blue by then - not a guarantee.
You got him there, I guess.
You missed his point. He's saying that Keldon Marauders acts like a burn spell.
See my earlier point about you underestimating the value of tuning to beat White.
It's possible that this may just be a language deficiency, but as a native English speaker and moderator of these forums, I'm going to make sure you're aware that this comment was very rude.
Quote from FStranieriReally, in a constructed block deck tournament, would you create a deck to face an specific kind of deck and expect to win it? No more comments.
Quote from TussiusActually, with two days of swiss ahead of you I'd be more than happy with 24 lands. I've yet to play a single TSP Block deck with less than 24 lands. I meet people who say "23 lands is supposed to be enough!" so often, and I know, from testing, experience, my own and others, that it almost never is enough. Even my RGu deck with 4 wall of roots, 4 mwonvuli and 4 search play 24 lands.
Quote from TussiusOh, and Wildfire Emissary is a good card. Tada!
Quote from TussiusHowever, to all that have said to me: "Browbeat is good" or "Browbeat is a force!" You got me!
You can all just message me with "told you so". It's okay. I've deserved it. Apparently Browbeat is better than I'd have thought.