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Quote from brinkoman »Hi guys,
It seems like a lot of people are running Vampiric Link as an answer to Burn instead of the other options. I've never tried it out because I'm not really a big fan of it. It can be cool to cancel out Eidolon and would be great on a delve fatty, but it is just as weak to Destructive Revelry as Dragon's Claw is. I really don't see how having 2 in the board can bring our chances against burn up by much. Has it felt good in the burn matches for those of you that run it, or is it a desperate attempt to shore up a bad matchup?
I have been a fan of Death's Shadow ever since he came up as a possible alternative. I also have 2 Dispel in the board which go a long way in keeping those final few points of damage from going through when you begin to race. Death's Shadow can come in against other aggro decks that we have trouble keeping up with, so it isn't as narrow as Link either. Was Death's Shadow written of as simply being too janky to be a good sideboard option? It is such an awesomely fun card to play with.
Quote from slipknot72102 »the card itself really isn't worth the card board its printed on...does it serve a purpose? Sure its a blue 1 drop that might not be a 1/1. I would not put it in a list and expect to win a PTQ or GP though.
Quote from ashtonkutcher »"Aggressive tempo deck"
How is Grixis Delver not a midrange deck?
Quote from Redvader »not modern legal...
Quote from Ronyx Bladewing »Quote from ashtonkutcher »"Aggressive tempo deck"
How is Grixis Delver not a midrange deck?How is a deck that runs 18/19 lands midrange?
Quote from AnimalFIN »2-1 vs Affinity - Won game 1, lost game 2, won game 3.
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