Quote from VinzitoActually, if you just swap the 2 and 5 that I've highlighted in box 2, it should work.
Box 1 looks like it has 4 removals, which isn't too bad, you could probably just space them out.
Actually, just space two of them out and you'll be fine. Like this:
The two red packs are the empty spaces we've made. But you'll still put them in your sleeve map.
The two green packs are the extras we have left over after shifting everything.
Quote from votan
About Therapy: I'm sorry, but the argument that a card is great for some people and not to others doesn't cut it. It's either worth it or not, we can't have both. Someone is playing the card wrong or someone is playing the whole deck wrong and seeing the Therapy as a great card when it's not. I don't know which is the right choice (playing or cutting it), but they can't both be right...
Quote from martian007I think that it can't be so difficult to arrive to an agreement on Cabal Therapy. I agree with all the Namida's arguments so far: we don't want potentially useless cards, and we don't want to kill our own creatures, since we don't run creatures that come back to the battlefield every turn as Pox does
Quote from Namidaat best, Cabal Therapy is a powerful card that strips your opponent's hand and also functions as a sacrifice outlet for your creatures. At worst, it's a gimmicky card that is strictly worst than a Peek that lets you kill creatures (in a deck that I maintain shouldn't be wanting to kill its own creatures).