Quote from CandlejackI really wish they would have printed a new shade. Nantuko shade seems kind of overcosted, or has too many colored mana symbols on it.
Quote from BrusskyI believe WoTC's new policy is to make sure that every color can enjoy the exciting gameplay mechanic of making undercosted dudes and then turning them sideways. Clearly the future of magic.
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Quote from HazzardWhat do you guys think about the most recent version, which is running Tribal Flames and Goyfs instead of Geists?
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I mean, the card is good and fits like a glove in our strategy to race other decks, but the real isue is that it seems to have negative synergy with our key player, delver.
Quote from MastodonI think some people think of the deck the wrong way. This isn't a deck built around delver. Maybe it was originally, but delver of secrets really isn't the backbone of this deck. This is a deck built around good sorceries, instants, and incredibly efficient creatures, and delver just so happens to be one of the creatures that made the cut because it only costs one blue. Delver of secrets is probably the worst card in the deck, "but being the worst card in [WUR delver] is like being the poorest millionaire".
Steppe Lynx still fits here because it's incredibly efficient. This deck runs tons of instants and sorceries to flip delver, but having more aggro is worth a lesser chance at flipping delver as delver is still efficient enough to the point where drawing a steppe lynx over a bolt is still good. That being said, this deck really is a more aggro than people make it out to be, it just has a lot of tempo elements.
Quote from PuddlejumperI don't anyone's really explored the potential of monowhite Jund, but it could be amazing.