Quote from ReeOnline, Jund is on the upswing. With eggs gone, it'll also have one less bad matchup. One of the sb changes I'm definitely going for is -1 Stony +1 Leyline of Sanctity to go back up to 4.
Quote from ZzzxyaMaybe RIP? Stops goyf and DRS. And vs UWR it stops snapcaster
Quote from Names »If UWR continues to be a thing, I could see Gaddock Teeg being a decent card for us.
Quote from i-never-smile...I'm a cold-hearted Islands disciple, so I firmly believe there is a private hell for Red Deck Wins players.
Quote from jturphyMagic is dead, again, for the 2nd(?) time this year? I think this is probably the 43rd or 44th time Magic has died. When will they stop killing Magic?
Quote from SovietOlgaToday I went 2-2 with my build of this deck. I faced i won against goblins and mbc and lost only to Urza Tron amd Gr Tron. What cards are good options for the sideboard, any suggestions?
Quote from NamesPost your list, and explain what you boarded for the bad matchups.
Quote from TappedOutAgainUnfortunately, my Tron experience is very limited since it does not see much play in my area.
If you're facing a lot of Tron, you should find room in the MD for 2-3 Spider Umbras which would make you a bit more resilient to Pyroclasm.
Also, pay attention to what your opponent plays. Tron in all it's forms is a diverse deck, so if you see Wurmcoils game 1 keep your Path to Exile count up to 3 because they will most likely side in more Wurmcoils as well as Spellskites.
Gaddock Teeg could help in the Mindslaver/Karn/All is Dust heavy builds and an early Suppression Field could tie up Expedition Maps/Eye of Ugin (though admittedly Stoney would prove more useful in this match up).
As for Suppression Field, you should try to make room for at least 3 in the SB it pretty much does what T. Orb does but has a broader range of applications vs. a wider portion of the field. Also, I don't see the reason for the second Arbor in the SB, one is enough since it's unusual for them to slam down a second Lily after you deal with their first (and if they do Bogle is usually toast regardless). So I would suggest for your SB:
-2 T Orb
+3 Suppression Field
And for your maindeck, I don't see the difference between Spirit Link and Spirit Loop. Link is much better suited for the deck at 1 mana and the recursion just seems mediocre since it doesn't offer a power boost like Rancor does. Also, Probe is not my taste as an actual enchantment would be better in that slot since Probe won't always draw you what you need. But that's just me
Hopefully a Bogle player with more Tron experience can step up to help
Nevermore could fit into your SB if Tron is heavily played in your area. Slamming one down naming Emrakul could buy enough time to win as it's the only card we can't reasonably answer.
Quote from SovietOlga
Spirit Loop - I'm a big fan of this as a 1, if you read the oracle text of spirit loop, it does not grant the creature Lifelink, so if you have daybreak on it, they both trigger, which throws you into high levels of life ; gaining 14 life with only a 7power creature. It also helps if you don't draw a Daybreak Coronet as well as combat the kinky nature of of the deck. The fact that it comes back is just a bonus.
Quote from AtriusI am deciding between this and the Niv Magic deck atm.
Question: If there are multiple umbras on the creature and its wiped, how many umbras do you lose?
Quote from NamesYou will lose only one. You get to choose what replacement effects are used.
Note that if your opponent tries to Oblivion Stone the board and you have a creature with an umbra on it, the creature will stay alive.
Quote from Ree
Sith: One of the strengths of the deck is being able to come out of the gates quickly. I'm not sure a slower version with Geist is quite what you want. Remand and filtering are interesting though.
In the same vein of blue versions of auras, I have an old list with blue, created/tested by some pro team before they abandoned it (this is before the deck became popular). Can't remember who wrote about it though...