Quote from wtwlf123 »Quick Change:
I'm temporarily benching the Pod archetype to bring in some good stuff...
Birthing Pod -> Voracious Hydra
Prime Speaker Vannifar -> Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath
Quote from wtwlf123 »Temporal Spring is fine, but there's no room anymore. The sun set on this card a long, long time ago.
Bring to Light is a cool card. It helps support combos ...but it's tough to find room for it because you almost have to cut a combo card to add in combo support; making it extremely hard to find a cut for.
Ice-Fang Coatl is good for cubes, but won't see play anywhere else.
Quote from wtwlf123 »I think it's better than Nissa. I also think Hydroid Krasis is better than Nissa too, FWIW.
The way I see right now...
For generic inclusions:
1. Oko, Thief of Crowns
2. Hydroid Krasis
3. Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath
4. Nissa, Steward of Elements
For specific decktypes:
Edric, Spymaster of Trest (tempo, go-wide/tokens)
Mystic Snake (blink/bounce, flash, tempo)
Kiora's Follower (Vault combo, super-ramp)
Bounding Krasis (Kiki/Twin combo, flash, tempo)
Prime Speaker Vannifar (Pod)
Quote from armando.zuffi »1 - Dream Eater vs Frost Titan vs Thryx, the Sudden Storm? Waht order ?
2 - Vraska's Contempt vs Slaughter Pact vs Murderous Cut ? What order ?
3 - Prison Realm vs Grasp of Fate vs Quarantine Field ? What order ?
4 - Darigaaz Reincarnated vs Maelstrom Wanderer ?
Quote from Daemion »Electrodominance has been very unimpressive for my cube, even though I have a high amount of ETB creatures. The times where you have got something in your hand that is good with it are very low most of the time, since it adds 2 mana to that cards' cmc.
As a sidenote: In a vacuum - Wildest Dreams or Eldritch Evolution for a cmc 3 slot?
Quote from jamis »Include 2:
Triskelion (goes with Reveillark/Saffi Eriksdotter, Heliod, Sun-crowned, Soulherder and Thassa, deep-dwelling)
Golos, Tireless Pilgrim
Quote from Miaou »This card was pretty great in my multiplayer cube back when it was slower. If your environment is like a classic powered/unpowered cube like others in this forum it's too slow.
What makes Mystic Snake good is that the deck that plays him are mostly tempo decks where you disrupt your opponents with small creatures and chip in for damage. The disruption and damage adds up and you win. Plus being a creature means you can abuse it pretty easily.