Quote from _i0 »4/4 first strike that does actual nothing until your opponent gets a whole extra turn to stabilize, you mean?
Quote from BrownDog5117 »In all seriousness, I've never felt that fixing was THAT important outside of the 5-color value deck. I won our last cube with a U/B control deck running 9 swamps and 8 islands. If you muddle the cube with all this serious fixing, I think all you are really doing is enabling a 5-color valuetown deck. (which is a deck that I enjoy, but don't want to have come together ideally all the time).
Quote from SaltMaster 5000 »But why don't they like it? What is so objectionable about playing reasonable versions of Jitte or a Sword or Batterskull? You haven't offered an explanation.
Quote from wtwlf123 »Braids, Cabal Minion, Ravenous Chupacabra, Yawgmoth, Thran Physician and maybe Rankle, Master of Pranks would be my top 4 for now. Followed closely by Nekrataal and Skinrender.
Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet is also a very good monster, but right now he's at the bottom of my 4cc creature section and will likely be my cut for Rankle.
Quote from SaltMaster 5000 »2.) What is actually wrong with
blacking out lines of text? If there is a broken card that you like, what exactly is wrong with fixing the card? Why not, it's a custom draft environment?