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  • posted a message on Forbidding Spirit
    note that if you have multiple triggers it makes it really prohibitive to attack for a turn. Deadeye navigator for example gives this card U1 target opponent has to spend 2 to attack you. Similar effects should be possible with other cards like brago like someone else mentioned earlier
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Incubation Druid
    How comes this isn't an Elf Ooze Rabbit Zombie Robot?

    because some adaptations are trying to improve perfection.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Skewer the Critics (aka Spectacle sorcery Bolt) - The Mana Leek spoiler
    Quote from Melkor »
    I legitimately see this in Modern Burn. Boros has some flex spots that usually have Skullcrack, I think this is better. Turn 2 it's 6 damage instead of 3

    Skullcrack is anti-lifegain for burn. yes this will be faster, but lifegain hurts aggro.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Plaza of Harmony
    this makes me want mono-colored gated that don't etbt.

    T1: gate
    T2: this, guildmage, or that riot goblin, or emmara
    Step 3: ???
    Step 4: profit
    Step 5: deposit profit in bank.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Teysa Karlov
    Quote from Smuttny »
    Quote from Teysa_Karlov »
    Quote from Smuttny »
    Quote from remathilis »
    Quote from fluxje »
    Abzan or Mardu tokens will most likely be a thing with this card in standard.
    There are still hordes of saprolings and even vampires waiting to be abused.
    Poison-Tip Archer and Slimefoot, the Stowaway are no joke when they start eating 2 life per trigger.

    Anyone remembers Elenda, the Dusk Rose??
    Time to brew

    Read my mind

    I am still not convinced that Elenda is better than Seraph of the Scales. With Elenda, you’re paying 4 for a 1/1 and need a sac outlet that most likely uses mana get the most value out of her. The Seraph seems like a more efficient threat on the board with a death trigger that is usually as good or better than Elenda’s

    If your Elenda trigger is giving you less than Seraph's, you built your deck very wrong.

    Right, but I think that it will be tough to build a deck that makes elendas trigger better most of the time. Especially without a free sac outlet

    how free does the sac outlet have to be? is Temple of Aclazotz good enough, is Pitiless Pontiff either?
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Ravnica Allegiance Mechanics ( Spectacle, Afterlife, Adapt, Riot, Addendum)
    So the rare addendum card here shows bolas being called, which will be easy to cast with all the Multicolored support. huh.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Who Shall Fall to Bolas? MaRo's hints
    Street Riot gives us Domri Rade for Gruul and explains his motivation note that Bolas is using his malcontent to further his plans
    Posted in: Speculation
  • posted a message on Mothership 9/14 - Trostani, and others
    hear me out all: Soot cannot kill the C1C1C2C2 cards and is on of the best black nukes in the format.
    Compare: Fraying Omnipotence, Golden Demise, Phyrexian Scriptures, and Vona's Hunger.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Regna and Krav, Angel/Demon Duo
    Quote from Ritokure »
    Quote from RedGauntlet »
    So aparently they are lovers lol
    What baffles me the most is that Krav seems to be like twice Regna's size.

    I mean... it brings some interesting questions that I'm sure I already have the answers but by God I don't want to think about it.

    The demon gets +1/+1 counters and will probably be bigger than the angel.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Virtus's Maneuver (?)
    Grave Exchange has been obsoleted. Did that card see any play outside of limited?
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Arguel's Blood Fast/Temple of Aclazotz
    what a Fateful Hour filled with previews.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Kefnet's Last Word
    Quote from RedGauntlet »
    Kefnet, where wwas this during the fight against The Scorpion God ?

    As far as battles between gods are concerned this would only delay the enivtable; eventually the scorpion god will die and will cause more trouble upon his return.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Assembling Emrakul, The Promised End
    why are you not including Eldrazi Conscription? you can avoid the two for one by placing it on one of the applicable recurring signs and then when it inevitably is removed you still get the cost reduction on Emrakul, the Promised End. and that is not considering how the +10/+10 bonus on her can immediately knock someone out of the game, if left unanswered.
    Posted in: Multiplayer Commander Decklists
  • posted a message on Two questions. Dryad and Constrictor
    for the second one:
    Renegades's etb goes on stack
    both constrictor triggers go on stack
    as the constrictor triggers are replacement the original one counter is replace with two from the first trigger and then replaced again for three counters
    Posted in: Magic Rulings
  • posted a message on Supreme Court Justice Nominees Gorsuch and Garland
    Quote from Lithl »
    Quote from zoboso »
    I may concede that the senate did not advise the president, but the senate is not obligated to provide consent to the presidents nominees, lest you want me to lampoon the democratic senators on how they have been acting around his cabinet nominees.
    Congress is not obligated to provide consent, but they are obligated to make a decision. They left Garland in limbo, not even saying "no".

    Quote from zoboso »
    There was no public/official meetings as they publicly said they wanted the election to decide who was to be nominated to the supreme court and therefore locking in Garland after a Hillary victory would be a concession if only to block Hillary from finding someone worse (in their eyes anyways). Besides this is politics, being right is mostly a matter of opinion.
    The people already voted for the person they wanted to decide on supreme court nominations in 2012. Obama's duty to nominate a justice didn't end until January 20, 2017.

    not making a decision is a decision, as the constitution states that certain nominations must receive the consent of the senate.

    Besides Obama exercised his right to nominate someone; which I had covered in my first post on the topic about how they wanted the option of someone they like better, but deliberately left Garland in limbo as a hedge against losing their gambit.
    Posted in: Debate
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