Ah I see your point. I might drop 1 path for a fiend hunter, however much I dislike the idea, a tutor-able creature kill seems necessary.
Do u play this list online at all artvi? Just wondered how much it costs to build roughly speaking!!??
Quote from artvi »It looks like someone has built something similar online recently and went 4-0: http://www.mtggoldfish.com/archetype/modern-wrg-20617#paper
I like the approach of going for the 4 village bell-ringer and two scryb ranger, coupled with lots of creatures which tap for an effect (fauna, kotr, humble defector). Nice take.
Quote from KDPfenthing"He plays in a walk in humidor so keep his foils from bending. He once kept an all land hand just to know what it felt like to be mana flooded. He uses power nine for ante. He is the most interesting magic playing in the world." Old man, "I don't always tap basic lands for mana, but when i do, I tap Gurus."
Quote from artvi »I did not know that guy but it is nice that a competitive player has interest in this deck (or any related-variant).
One point I do not really undertand is that it plays arbor elf without playing sprawl... Or have they done that after ? Do you know if there is an updated list ?
d. Turn 3 winning hands
You will not get these consistently but you must be aware that this is possible with either of:
* 2 red sources (amongst which a stomping ground), arbor elf/utopia sprawl, restoration angel or village bell-ringer, kiki-jiki, mirro breaker (turn 1 arbor elf, turn 2 utopia sprawl - restoration angel or village bell-ringer at the end of the opponent's turn, turn 3 kiki).
* T 1: forest, arbor elf T 2: stomping ground, utopia sprawl on forest set on white T 3: tap two lands for GWR; used the green for another utopia sprawl on forest set on red; untap/tap the forest with arbor elf for GWWRR, play village bell-ringer to untap the elf (RR), untap/tap fhe forest for GWRRR and .... kiki-jiki, mirror breaker !