Quote from Prometheus5429First off holy cow dude. Wish I could do that. Lol
Anway Thank you all for the advise. It seems like the consensus is to sell. I have all the shocks, for the most part all my decks have some pretty tasty stuff in them. Old duals are really just flavor. Again thank you all my wife will be pleased :).
Quote from kraus911I like the different approach to Lazav. A control shell with voltron win condition is pretty sweet. Having hexproof already puts him in the realm of decent voltron general, the fact that he can be super huge without swords depending on who you copy with him helps as well. I also like that you didn't go heavy into the mill people to get Lazav targets strategy. Just counter/kill creatures as they appear and you'll have plenty of targets.
Do you mean Wash Out as opposed to wash away? If so, this along with Cyclonic Rift make me want Windfall and Whispering Madness in your list. Especially with Notion Thief. Windfall basically reads "All opponents discard their hands and you draw 28 cards". Of course that could be dangerous, but could be fun too...
Dauthi Embrace seems good here.
Dregs of Sorrow is usually less economical than Decree of Pain, but I like it in Lazav since you can cast it for 7, kill two creatures, picking one to copy with Lazav and drawing two cards.
Quote from arkbeetleMy favourite general
Don't rely on zirilan too much, use every mana doubler on mono red to cast dragons easily . Repercussion is a game winner in this deck
Quote from Master BiomancerIt's very simple - build powerful decks, and play to have a good time. I play Vig and could just heavily ramp and kill everyone with powerful card, but still, it's easy to play a broken deck in a non-broken way.
Quote from SecularonThere is a finite amount of cards in mtg.
Play enough, chances are you'll get board. That's life
Quote from TheTrueNubI respect the other stuff you said, but just as an FYI, cards on MTGO cost nothing like what they do in real life.
Legends, p3k, a/b/r duals, antiquities, arabian nights, etc. etc. cards that cost hundreds of dollars IRL cost a few cents on MTGO.
A few examples to put my "money where my mouth is" no pun intended:
Moat is currently $4.13
Imperial Seal is currently $5.39
Bazaar of Baghdad is currently $11.11
Candelabra of Tawnos is currently $10.13
Tundra is currently $23.54
Main trouble with MTGO isn't the card prices but rather that you can't play combo decks as well as you can in real life, because the clunky priority system makes all your opponents have to click OK every time you tap and untap Basalt Monolith + Power Artifact (for example) for infinite mana, unlike in real life where you can just announce "I use this combo to generate 20 or whatever).
Food for thought.
Quote from KryptnytPlay on MTGO. Solves all of these problems, minus the "edh cube draft" one, which is kind of narrow anyway. If you play EDH online, though, all the rest of your paper cards are free to be used for any kind of cube you want.