Demonic Tutor

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Got the decklist from Twitter and it only had 32 non-land cards so added 4 more Plains.


4 Flickerwisp
4 Sun Titan
4 Lone Missionary
4 Pilgrim's Eye
4 Oblivion Ring
4 Wall of Omens
4 Path to Exile
4 Day of Judgment

4 Emeria the Sky Ruin
24 Plains

It's awesome. Lost 1 game in Tournament Practice (yeah, yeah, I know) so far out of 10-15. I'm sure it gets rinsed by proper control decks but it basically cannot lose against aggro as far as I can see.

Plus Flickerwisp is so good. And, you know, Sun Titan.

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It's pretty sweet having one of the deck's designers on here!  Thanks for dropping by :)

 

Did you consider Divine Offering in the side for swords, or is that too much not the plan?

 

Yeah, keep me up to date, please.  I will play it in Providence this weekend and post my results, too.

 

Had you thought about expedition maps in place of the ruined halos?  It would be like having extra tectonic edges for valakut (prevalent around here), and is of course a sun titan target, as well as finds an emeria if needed, and fits the curve out of the sideboard nicely.  Of course, halo saying valakut does that, too...

 

How many judge calls did you guys get on the double flickerwisp thing? ha

If you play the deck you should name it Flicker Control, thats what we all wrote on our decklist sheets :)

 

@Thomas: Swords never really were a problem, because white is the only color that there isn't a protection for via swords haha. And there are chump-blockers for days, who keep coming back. With the Relic-Warder's in the SB as well, there wasn't much problem. Oblivion Ring too.

 

@Joe: We have been thinking about adding a single expedition map or two. This was one of the things we are going to be testing this next week. We use the Map in our standard version of this deck and it does wonders. Being an extra Tectonic Edge is exactly what it was designed for. Originally we had Tec Edge to protect Emeria, but now its like an easy win condition. In the last round of Swiss, I watched Jeremy keep Jund on 2 lands which made him win. (By using a tec edge then using another tec edge with the original tec edge trigger on the stack). People would call judges all the time because no one plays Flickerwisp so no one is completely sure how it works haha. but I love the deck, it's extremely fun to play and the look on peoples faces when they lose to complete jank is priceless :)

2 of my last 3 matches on MTGO have been the mirror.

Everyone else has their Sun Titans now too :(

I guess a netdecker can't hate on the netdeckers!

Hey Brenden,

Not sure if you are still following this discussion but if you are I'd love to see a list for Standard.  I have one from a 3-byes winner at GP Barcelona but I'd love to see your guys' take.

 

The list was:

 


4 Emeria, the Sky Ruin
4 Marsh Flats
11 Plains
4 Tectonic Edge
1 Terramorphic Expanse

2 Kor Sanctifiers
4 Pilgrim's Eye
4 Squadron Hawk
4 Stoneforge Mystic
4 Sun Titan
3 Wall of Omens

1 Bonehoard
4 Day of Judgment
3 Elspeth Tirel
2 Journey to Nowhere
2 Mortarpod
1 Sword of Body and Mind
1 Sword of Feast and Famine
1 Sylvok Lifestaff

Sideboard
2 Celestial Purge
2 Divine Offering
4 Kor Firewalker
4 Memoricide
1 Swamp
2 White Sun's Zenith

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