Quote from Talore »Just got to say, you've definitely earned distinction as an MTGS hero
Quote from Stardust »Because he's the hero MTGS deserves, and the one it needs right now. So we'll global him. Because he can take it. Because he's not just our hero. He's a silent guardian, a watchful protector. An expired rascal.
Quote from LuckNorris »ExpiredRascals you sir are a god-like hero.
Quote from Lanxal »ER is a masterful god who cannot be beaten in any endeavour.
Quote from votan »:ER:, you suck as a hero
Quote from NewbornMusePersonal experience on War Priest of Thune as it's been mentioned: I prefer Ronom Unicorn/Kami. That might seem counterintuitive at first, because you'd normally rather have a critter and the removal and not either or, but the density of enchantments is too low. I'd rather drop the Unicorn on turn two, connect a couple of times and then trade with Pacifism than wait and hold it until my opponent might play a target and then getting a bear that's pretty irrelevant at that stage. That would be completely different with artifacts, but that's not what we're talking about here.
Quote from Amadeus8574How many WW creatures can you support as a percentage of cube size? We all know that CC spells are difficult to hit on curve, and drafters know this too. So, besides this issue, or perhaps because of it, if a drafter sees that your cube has a lot of CC creatures, they will likely assume that you're trying to push mono-coloured decks. How many CC creatures (or WW in this case) is enough to include the really good cards but not enough to send the wrong message to drafters?
What are your criteria for choosing to include a WW creature? What specific attribute(s) makes it good enough to overlook the difficult casting cost?
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I'd like to see some WW-cost creatures with more non-combat abilities being made sometime that are still useful in any deck, and aren't simply red hate bears like Kor Firewalker.
Quote from KonfusiusI suggest Eight-and-a-Half-Tails and Leonin Relic-Warder. I like them more than the knights, but then again I don't like randomly hating one color at all.
Quote from Antknee428.5 Tails is also in my Top 10 underrated cards by Cube drafters/builders. If you are saying something like 'seems', it seems that you have not played it before. I have lost and won innumerable games to the fox that seemed like they were in the bag.
Please don't knock it till you try it; 8.5 Tails is NEVER coming out of my Cube.
(I was depressed when I lost in the finals for an 8.5 Tails statue!)
Quote from calibrettoThis is why they invented doggy style and backwards cowgirl. And paper bags.