Quote from Hibidedebajua »I was thinking of playing with crop rotation as my signature spell to have a great tutor and guarentee we have a target for Wrenn. I don't see a reason why not to run dark depths/stage as the wincon. Something like avenger or Titania sounds like a fine back up plan.
Quote from tstorm823 »You don't have to, but do you want to? The 6-drops are like my favorite part of this.
Quote from toctheyounger77 » I think part of the reason your seeing a higher than normal curve here is Pod, btw - it’s important to have a chain in a deck that’s run it, and Scrap Trawler is the same, too. Pod very much more so though - it’s just important to remember that I’m usually not planning on hard casting.
Quote from thatmarkguy »
Wait, are we allowed to add all snows to our basic land? I assume it’s like wastes where we can only use what we crack/draft and otherwise it’s all nonsnow basics. Which is to say you’re gonna have to work hard to make this able to monstrosify and be any better than Giant Octopus.
Quote from Creedmoor »What good 3cmc or less sorceries are worth hitting with this?
Quote from Leidnix »This card cost 3 mana and you are allowed to cast it EoT if your opp tries to outsmart you with CoCo and Vial^^
Quote from boombox_smk »It definitely has Trample and Haste.
Quote from 3drinks »
Speaking as a primer authour, I don't think primer status should be a disqualifer from discussion honestly. Yes, we've worked for years, (for some of us a near decade even) on the deck so the likelihood of missing obvious cards is pretty low, but that doesn't absolve us of any margin for error. This thread also doesn't have to be about card selection, but also on the strategy of the deck in question. Play rate, good match ups/bad match ups, and ways for improvement on said bad matches. I.e. I know I've pretty well given up on improving my sub10% win rate vs Esper inside of Kaalia, but I still value the possible avenues of attack I never considered from others. Even if they end up not making it into the deck (for whatever reason), having something I never considered is an appreciated last chance.