Do I? They don't move zones and are shuffled with the rest of the deck. Wildfire's suggestions are good though, to prevent memory issues.Quote from Salmo »You'll need a line about what you're doing with the cards that aren't being hit, whether or not they go in the GY/bottom of library/exile/etc.
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Jan 16, 2018Posted in: The Cube Forum
Jan 16, 2018I'm stealing a card I made in another thread. I do wish we had a super-awesome Epic spellPosted in: The Cube Forum
Mad Science - 5UBR [Silver Border]
For each player, reveal the cards from the top of that player's library until he or she reveals a creature card. Create a token with the colors, types, names and textboxes of each revealed creature, power equal to the revealed creatures's total power and toughness equal to the revealed creatures's total toughness. Then each player shuffles their library.
Epic (For the rest of the game, you can't cast spells. At the beginning of each of your upkeeps, copy this spell except for its epic ability.)
Jan 16, 2018AntiPox posted a message on [[MCD]] Silver-Bordered Cards in Cube: An Introduction and DiscussionI run these cards:Posted in: Cube Card and Archetype Discussion
- Topsy Turvy
- Booster Tutor
- Masterful Ninja
- Summon the Pack
- Blast from the Past
- Symbol Status
- Ineffable Blessing
- The Grand Calcutron
- City of Ass
I don't really exclude much of anything for power-level concerns. I don't run Magical Hacker because I think it's ugly but that's about it.
Jan 15, 2018AntiPox posted a message on [Powered] wtwlf123's Cube (Updated w/ Rivals of Ixalan!)On the topic of Disenchant, I generally maindeck that card and I don't even run a powered cube..Posted in: Cube Lists
Jan 15, 2018Card seems great, though I don't have one yet.Posted in: Cube Card and Archetype Discussion
Chandra, Torch of Defiance is likely my pick for favorite card of 2017 - she's a hot mana rock strapped to card advantage strapped to removal strapped to a win condition...
Jan 15, 2018P1P1 Anger of the Gods. I worry that this deck is lacking a good win condition, but it can always win with some combination of small fliers, phoenix owl, and burn.Posted in: The Cube Forum
UR Burn and control from CubeTutor.comMagic OnlineOCTGN2ApprenticeBuy These Cards Creature
1x Augur of Bolas
1x Cunning Sparkmage
1x Dualcaster Mage
1x Dungeon Geists
1x Glen Elendra Archmage
1x Rekindling Phoenix
1x Filigree Familiar
1x Solemn Simulacrum
1x Polymorphist's Jest
1x Wild Ricochet
1x Serum Visions
1x Incendiary Flow
1x Anger of the Gods
1x Time Warp
1x Outpost Siege
1x Mind Control
1x Spirebluff Canal
1x Abbot of Keral Keep
1x Cloudfin Raptor
1x Cultivator's Caravan
1x Dangerous Wager
1x Defiant Strike
1x Dissipation Field
1x Djinn of Wishes
1x Fathom Trawl
1x Grave Pact
1x Memory Plunder
1x Pilgrim's Eye
1x Pyretic Ritual
1x Ravenous Chupacabra
1x Scour from Existence
1x Temple of Silence
Jan 14, 2018AntiPox posted a message on Set (P)review) My top 20 Rivals of Ixalan cards for the cube!I think I like Custodi Lich more than most, (For me, that card is the black 5-drop, it's resulted in so many groans), but I would certainly not mind a third.Posted in: Articles, Podcasts, and Guides
Jan 14, 2018Supreme Verdict (May depend on cube size) > Geist of Saint Traft > Reflector MagePosted in: Cube Card and Archetype Discussion
I also think I like Fractured Identity better than all of them.
Supreme Verdict is a great magic card, and control decks need a certain density pf 4cc. Geist is a very good card, and few cards can match it's damage output plus being so difficult to deal with. Geist is often best played off curve alongside another effect to generate tempo, I find, since it's a threat almost regardless of which point of the game is played. Reflector Mage is really good, and can be a big swing. But as a cut-and-dry three drop, I don't think it's as needed as Verdict, nor as powerful as Geist.
Jan 14, 2018AntiPox posted a message on Club Flamingo ☆ Exclusively for Custom Card Connoisseurs and GentlemenSkyline Tactician - 7WRPosted in: Custom Card Contests and Games
Creature - Dragon Solidier
You choose which creatures block each combat and how those creatures block.
When Skyline Tactician attacks for the first time each turn, untap all creatures you control. After this phase, there is an additional combat phase.
Absolute aerial superiority and massive martial might. In dragons, the Boros legion found both.
IIW: A card with a weird creature type that already exists in magic. (Like brushwagg, sand, deserter, coward or... weird...)
Jan 14, 2018I got all the cards I wanted at the prerelease - Skymarcher Aspirant, Ravenous Chupacabra and Dire Fleet Daredevil.Posted in: Cube New Card Discussion
Will post testing results after I get some games in - though the only card I think needs testing to be fully evaluated is Dire Fleet Daredevil.
I did get a Jadelight Ranger, but I traded it. I'll see if this was a mistake later I guess.
Jan 13, 2018AntiPox posted a message on Set (P)review) My top 20 Rivals of Ixalan cards for the cube!It was a good read, as usual. I probably(?) disagreed with some picks in 20-10, but I didn't really think too hard on it given that none of those cards are really even cubeworthy to begin with. My cube has six vampires, and so I think the games Champion will draw more than one card will be in a minority. Dunno if I'd play Phyrexian Gargantua -1.Posted in: Articles, Podcasts, and Guides
Jan 13, 2018I hope this comment makes sense, as it's very "stream-of-consciousness-y".Posted in: Cube New Card Discussion
It's been a.. Weird year for magic. I exclusively play cube and limited, so I feel like a lot of stuff going wrong this year doesn't really affect me. Also, Unstable is perhaps my favorite set, period, so I can't say things have been too terrible.
This set is pretty lame, but I think the two cards that are cool, are pretty cool. I prefer cards that are as simple and to the point as possible, so I like the sleek design of Chupacabra a lot. Something like Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet (random example, but it was the first thing that came to mind) which has been fine-tuned for a particular format appeals to me a lot less, at least in terms aesthetic. Snapcaster Pirate seems to have great gameplay to it.
Most sets do, however, tend to feature a bevy of "interesting" cube cards in addition to the slam-dunks. Cards that can either function as cool side-grades for fine-tuning cubes, or fit well into larger cubes. This set, kinda doesn't...
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