Quote from Al_Z_Heimer »My cube is the "traditional" mostly power-oriented version. I play all the strong commons and balance the cube around them with strong and consistent cards and viable archetypes.
Humphreys cube is power oriented, aswell, but with a different definiton of "power". It's pretty straight forward tempo oriented. The cards are mostly way less consistent and simply fast in exchange.
Reading back through this thread, I think I'm leaning toward's Al's the most. It seems like my best bet is to go with a traditional powered cube as my first cube.
I was trying to draft some of the list here on CT (Mainly Al's) to see how I like it. What are you "viable archetypes" you mention above Al?
I remember reading some comments in this thread (I don't know by who) but I usually saw several archetypes per cube (i.e white weenie, G tokens, goblins etc).
Since I didn't really know the archetypes I was kinda picking blind. I'm hoping some insight will let me draft with more of an idea of what's smart, and then hopefully I'll like it enough and buy it all tonight.