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    Sticky: Re: What Should I Play In My Metagame?

    Yeah, I agree. Elves and Gobbos are fun, powerful, and pretty forgiving of misplays.
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    Re: Beating everything

    The point is about the deck as a whole, not just the sideboard.
  3. Re: Streets of New Capenna: High-way or dead end?

    That's a very astute analysis!
  4. Re: Kamigawa Neon Destiny - A victory lap around Netrunner

    OK. I was working with just the information in the thread.

    But... in the interest of disentangling things, per my hypothesis, the channel-land that gives whatever the opposite of fear is would...
  5. Re: Kamigawa Neon Destiny - A victory lap around Netrunner

    Eiganjo preventing vs. dealing damage is an inversion.
  6. Re: Kamigawa Neon Destiny - A victory lap around Netrunner

    Presumably, but will they be any good? If they all do the opposite of what the originals do, then Okina could be good, and Mikokoro and Boseiju might be interesting. Minamo, Shizo, and Shinka...

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  7. Re: Kamigawa Neon Destiny - A victory lap around Netrunner

    I had no desire to return to Kamigawa again.
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    Sticky: Poll: Re: All B/R update speculation.

    I have a PhD. It doesn't stop some posters from arguing that their intuitions about things directly in my areas of research specialization trump the facts I give them. Go figure.

    The entirely...
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    Sticky: Poll: Re: All B/R update speculation.

    I'm old enough to remember Goblin Lackey,and the calls to ban it. It's certainly a very different card with very different saturation, but I fully expect WOTC to respond to Ragavan in exactly the...
  10. Re: Unfinity - black-bordered Un-Set, partially Eternal-legal

    Uuuuugh.

    These are increasingly poor design decisions. (Not surprising, given the acelerated release schedule.)
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    Re: Battleforge

    This looks great, well done!
  12. Re: Innistrad Crimson Vow: A Red Wedding That Won't Dissapoint!

    Yeah, it's a great replacement for Avatar in Feeder combo. (Not that anyone else seems to play it, but it's a fun wildcard deck.)
  13. Re: New Secret Lair with new exclusive cards :)

    Ugh.
  14. Re: Innistrad Midnight Hunt: Wolf's is back baby. Its good again. Awoouu! (werewolf H

    It'll be good in my commander deck, however!
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    Re: Mono-Green Stompy

    Thank you for all of the suggestions, LaserBrains, BirdsOfParadise, and FTW. There's a lot to like in there!

    Here's what I've been running lately, with a decent bit of success. I've sacrificed...
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    Re: Mono-Green Stompy

    The problem is that your 'it' refers to something else. It's like posting in the labyrinth thread by saying the deck should just become Aluren. Yes, Aluren is better. But that misses the point...
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    Re: Mono-Green Stompy

    No. Laser Brains has the right idea.

    Frankly, it's not a very difficult one to grasp. I'm surprised you're struggling so much with it. Was I unclear somewhere about my aims and very modest hopes...
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    Re: Mono-Green Stompy

    Improvements that fit the theme. I'm not interested in green faerie stompy, even if that's a better deck, because that's fundamentally different from classic stompy.
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    Re: Mono-Green Stompy

    I agree that's a better deck (and also quite fun!), and that it merits a return. But:




    Classic stompy was never particularly good, because it had virtually no mid- or late-game. It just...
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    Mono-Green Stompy

    It's not particularly good, but it is fun, and it can be fairly explosive. It definitely catches people by surprise! (Note: this is 'stompy' in the classic sense, not the new-fangled Faerie...
  21. Re: Innistrad Midnight Hunt: Wolf's is back baby. Its good again. Awoouu! (werewolf H

    Cyberpunk got started in the late seventies and early eighties--totes X territory.
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    Re: BaG of Rocks

    While that's all true about Dryad, I think it has a lot less utility here. T1, I want to be casting either Ignoble Hierarch or Veteran Explorer. I'd rather save the GSZ to grab Explorer or a bigger...
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    Re: BaG of Rocks

    Yeah, we'll see how it goes. For now, I feel like Dryad mostly just eats removal, but it definitely happens that you want to be able to fetch it for Natural Order, so... Shrug. I think it's currently...
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    Re: BaG of Rocks

    I think I'll test adding a single copy of Grist, the Hunger Tide. probably in Dryad Arbor's slot, since although Dryad can be useful, it's also something of a liability where mana development is...
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    Re: BaG of Rocks

    Yeah, it's not cheap for paper Magic--on the other hand, it's cheaper than most established decks. I myself have only 3 Bayous. so my paper deck features an Overgrown Tomb. But the reality is that...
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