Quote from Merovingiann »For those who have tried the swarm archetype more... It is a attrition archetype, right?
Quote from Runner5678 »Quote from No Bass No Fun »Yeah, I wanted to give colors some identity, because I felt that otherwise being monocolored didn't pay off the way I wanted. It has been working well so far, goblins is a really strong archetype.that's cool. I avoid archetypes like that because if you don't draft mono-red goblin tribal, most of those cards are pretty terrible in other decks. They may buff mono red but they hurt red as a color in general imo. It's tricky to find the right mix and what's best for your group. So everyone's mileage varies. I do look at goblin matron though pretty often and want to play it.
Borderland Marauder is admittedly an odd cut. It's tied for the best aggressive 2-drop in Red.
Quote from No Bass No Fun »Yeah, I wanted to give colors some identity, because I felt that otherwise being monocolored didn't pay off the way I wanted. It has been working well so far, goblins is a really strong archetype.
Quote from Merovingiann »Concerning Thalakos Dreamsower:
Suppose I attack, damage opponent, tap creature A. On opponent's turn, creature A doesn't untap, because Thalakos is tapped.
On my next turn, if I untap Thalakos, attack again, and tap creature B. Creature A can or cannot untap on its turn? Thalakos Dreamsower is tapped at the moment of Creature A's untap fase, but I wouldn't say it 'remained tapped'. How does it work? Cause if it's considered like it 'remains tapped' at the moment of untap, then it's stupidly powerful.