Quote from AmicDeep »So I spotted Martyr's Soul in the spoilers and thought of this deck, having a free 3/2 on turn two or a 5/4 turn three seems pretty solid although you would need to go particularly 1 drop heavy to really make it work to its potential.
Quote from megatog201 »May have already been talked about, but has anyone tried the white hideaway land?
Quote from GPash »You really expect people to read through multiple pages that cover a time span of over a year?
Quote from megatog201 »May have already been talked about, but has anyone . . .
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It feels rong to be playing goyf, but, the card is just strong.
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Tomik, Distinguished Advokist
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I am sure I am going to continue playing W/g instead of pure white.
My opponents will play a targetted creature kill, a Wrath effect, and then a second of both.
Or, they will play an Ugin on turn 4
Or, they will combo win on turn 4.
Or burn me out on turn 4.
The 2 pure white decklists above play less land, are less reliable, are more vulnerable to discard, slower, have weaker land bases, have less surprises, less recovery, fewer fliers, much fewer creatures, are vulnerable to Wrath/Anger, and almost no testing.
Sure, they will win games, and matches.
They have 2 different lands, and 5 different lands. (Emeria? - really?)
My decklist is the result of hundreds of games, and has 10 different lands.
Quote from GPash »I really like your list. I enjoy the aggro/D&T hybrid approach. Your more controlling creatures are still viable beaters (Militant, Thalia 1.0 & 2.0), especially when powered out on turn 1 with Spirit Guide. SB seems pretty stock for a mono white list.