"It is over rated. Not saying it is not a good card but it is not the end of the world.
It is only good against other fair creature decks. Combo couldn't give a crap about this guy as they just win anyway. Miracles is not bothered about…"
"At the moment I am not sure any single card is needed as a 4 of. I think you want a variety of answers are all good at different times.
Magma Jet is amazing because of the scry 2, but when you are looking at a 3 toughness creature it is a…"
"This is what I am going to test at the moment.
I think Highlander 2 is a good name for the deck.
3 Supreme Verdict
3 Anger of the Gods
3 Mizzium Mortars
3 Sphinx's Revelation
2 Azorius Charm
"From looking at the available cards I don't think you can justify running Black.
If you cut white you lose Supreme Verdict and Sphinx's Revelation.
If you cut Red you lose Anger of the Gods and Mizzium Mortars.
Would love to play 4…"
"People used to play the draw a card and mill two in standard and I don't see it affecting decisions any more than having a think twice in your hand would.
I think the main downfall is that we have lost Snapcaster and Terminus as these cards go…"
"I think that the very late game plays with Alchemist's Refuge in an earlier Standard shows that being able to instant speed Sorceries can be highly relevant. I'm just not sure the lack of information you get for mulligan decisions probably…"
I drove to a hotdog eating contest last weekend. Despite being raised Vegan, I was pretty sure I had this contest in the bag. I arrived on-site without much of a plan, having never eaten meat in my life, and my friend said the metagame call was to eat the hot dogs as fast as possible, using one’s mouth and teeth. Good to know.
I ate one hot dog and vomited.
I’m pretty sure that the fact that I was unprepared for the contest, in that I’ve never eaten meat before, wasn’t the reason for my defeat, but rather, my loss was due to the degeneracy of hot dogs.
Anyone who eats hot dogs with their mouth is doing it wrong, as far as I’m concerned.