Quote from zcowan »Thank you everyone for the advice! Especially Spkilla! I proxied burn up and have been playing against it and I think adding a fourth leyline was infinitely better than having 2 sun droplets. I think I'm going to keep one just because it is such a good response to decks with small creatures that can occasionally sneak under the bridge. However I also like the multiple collective brutality in sideboard option since Gifts Storm is a big thing in my area and it is just so good with all options being cast.
As for the blind milling conversation, if I can jump in. I've been playing the deck a lot lately and have to say that it is dangerous to blind mill too much unless you know the deck you are going up against from getting some information. Personally when I first started it felt like aggressively ripping cards from the top of their deck as soon as possible was the right thing but there are so many decks in the current metagame that thrive on that. Doing so turns on Delve for Grixis death shadow, allows for snap caster shenanigans, and pretty much hands Dredge and Living End style decks the win. I think it's just better to set up with early hand hate and pithing needles on current board threats until you can find a lantern.
What information did spkilla give you that you found useful?
As for naming fetches, depends on the deck. Burn? Sure, fire off a needle on an arid mesa. It's doing stuff all else.
Junk? Heck no, you need to shut off lilly of veil. Arbitrary examples, but point is, you need to know what you need to needle in the deck.