Quote from WyvernSlayerLoam was important, sure, but without the ability to get those lands into play faster, it's just 50 minutes of exchanging Wasteland and Rishadan Port activations. lol
Quote from RampartChasm doesn't stop tendrils. Loss of life is different from damage. Good luck with DDFT. I played that deck for a year and it's a blast.
Quote from RampartWhy? its not very good in this build in my experience. There is no blue so you can't recur EE with Ruins or search for it with TWest. EE is also a reactive card and this version of lands is pretty proactive.
He has three K-Grip in his board to help against troublesome permanents which are better out of the board then EE is.
Why do you think the EE is needed?
Quote from SparkiNobody calls it jund depths, at least for me. They don't play ports or blue.
Quote from crimheadMaybe this is a good out against Omnitell?
Quote from SparkiYou mean sneak attack can't be AD'ed?
I play grips for ease of casting and stuff like Omnicience, Sneak, Leyline of the Void, etc.
I do have two decays in my extra cards incase I change my mind though. I played them for a bit, but pre-punishing fire lists.
Quote from WyvernSlayerI don't run Krosan Grip in my list, but I do have Abrupt Decay. Harder to cast thru a Moon (you need at least one Mox Diamond), but that should be good enough, right?
Quote from fallen_angel_poet2000Thanks Sparki. I was just wondering what those with experience with it thought. I'm running through the plays it could make in my head and it seemed really good but now seeing it eat a land drop every turn does seem a bit clunky for the deck. I'm actually thinking about putting monthly updates videos on my youtube channel showing how I build the deck.
Quote from SparkiIf they have 5 mana to cast sigarda, I'm sure they can pay the upkeep on tabernacle.
We cannot Maze of Ith Sigarda, nor Punishing Fire it. She's a HUGE problem if she lands.
Quote from SparkiI also like being able to EE = 5 without the use of a mox. It's saved me more than once. (Damn Sigarda, host of herons.)
Also weird question, but anyone else like resleeving their favorite deck? Gotta love that new feel. Plus you get to go back and look at all the cards.. most of mine have stories of how I got them.
Quote from RampartIts on the first page of the primer, under Kurt Spiess, third decklist
Kurt is an exceptional player, on top of being a nice guy. I live in the Columbia area so we run into each other often. I know he is off the list and was playing some Miracle control deck for the GP.
I was just wondering if anyone else had was still actively pushing the deck and if they had made any changes or had any insight to provide.
Also on a more personal note being as we live in the same area, where do you play as I think I would remember seeing someone playing lands around.