Quote from cyberium_neo »No, I think they intended these decks to be easier for new EDH players to join the format. There's no way from business point of view to jeopardize a huge crowd of commander players, and eager players will always be potential buyers, what they need are NEW EDH players who want to join but don't have starting decks with a theme.
Quote from Dom4419 »So i can always scry but only play the land if i have 2 less? Or i can't scry either?
Quote from Yatsufusa »You must be really confident you're consistently behind the group to consider this over Myriad Landscape. Sure, Landscape is clunkier and one-use (barring land-matters), but it at least does its thing regardless of the ramp-state.
Might be going to be a judge foil at some point of time although I'd prefer Forge of Heroes since that's Commander-specific and can't be reprinted like a Masters set like this can.
Quote from Manite »Whelp, there's our Jund Spider legend. Not quite tribal like I was expecting, but your Spiders will still serve it well.
Quote from Saandro »Green WIndgrace feels wierd. Should have been white imo.
Quote from hyalapterouslemur »Anyway, I like this. A Rings of Brighthearth just for artifacts that isn't an artifact and is really kinda nerfed? But can be your commander.
Quote from Neuroticneurok »I kind of think way back when they decided 'cares about artifacts' meant UR, they made a terrible mistake. Should've been UW, really, because White has less artifact hate than Red does, and gets far more use out of artifacts than Red. Red will use artifacts, but gets a lot more enjoyment out of using them as fuel or blowing them up.
Blue is the only color that cares about artifacts and wants to keep them on the field, so it would technically make more sense to have this in Blue rather than Red.
Quote from benjameenbear »@lumovanis
It seems like you're playing a really high number of anthem effects, ones that effect only toughness of course. Have you found that it's more effective to only have 2-3 Walls in play at only one time? I would also recommend Edric, Spymaster of Trest in your decklist. With a higher focus of getting your Defender creatures into the Red Zone, it seems like the card draw that Edric enables would be useful.
Quote from darrenhabib »The only problem is that they are all "tried-and-true"