Quote from cyberium_neo »Here's a relevant question: If I have both Haakon and Kess, Dissident Mage on battlefield, one lets me cast knight spell the other allows me to cast an instant/sorcery during my turn, would it work?
Quote from CzarZelioh »If someone plays Merciless Eviction then can i change the target from exile all creatures to exile all artifacts?
Quote from ilovesaprolings »Am i wrong or embereth skyblazer and silverwing squadron aren't in the knight deck?
In the "Savage Hunter" deck, rather than Izoni, Thousand-Eyed and Mask of Immolation, you'll find these two new cards perfect for multiplayer games with that Jund sacrifice deck:
And in the "Knights' Charge" deck, rather than Shivan Dragon and Tajic, Legion's Edge, you'll find these two multiplayer-attacking powerhouses:
Quote from Buffsam89 »
That esper deck is very glass-cannony. I’ve played with both the Mardu and Jund decks, and while not quite as explosive early, a well timed wrath or removal completely crippled my opponent even when they had the upper hand for most of the game. Most players aren’t willing to ride out the storm, which is how we’ve gotten the “Esper is to good” narrative here. One thing is for certain, though, and it seems the Eaper deck is the most popular. I played about 6 or 7 games last night, 5 were against the esper deck.
Quote from italofoca »All four decks are inconsistent.. I find hard to tell which one is good or not or if they are balanced.