Quote from dschumm »I'm not sure I've said this before and I hate when people are hyperbolic but no way am I putting this in my cube. it is good enough for sure but it represents something I don't really like in current design space. The last gideon was annoying enough to play against and this seems worse. One of the 3 Gideons was probably going to be chopped from my 450 anyway. Really tired of more powerful generic planeswalkers. This is fine in all kinds of decks but it doesn't make any particular strategy better.
Just plain gross.
But for all those playing it I am sure it will be great.
Quote from Vini »Hey everyone,
I'm moving into Sneak and Show, I playtested it a bit but I never really had to play against it since no one is playing it in my meta. So it's the first time I'm really looking up on the deck. I know that different versions of the deck exist, like most decks. There's one with omniscience, cunning wish, and intuition mainboard(http://mtgtop8.com/event?e=14544&d=287254&f=LE) and the other version just showed up in the top 8 of the last legacy GP(http://mtgtop8.com/event?e=14415&d=286242&f=LE). So what I wanted to know is the major differences when playing each of the versions and the pros and cons of each. If anyone could inform me it would be appreciated, thanks :).
Quote from rigeld2 »If you're playing Nacatl Copperline Gorge is worse than a shockland - sure, it lets you play a 1/1 on T1, but it doesn't grow Nacatl at all.
Not taking the fetch/shock damage to have access to W was huge at my PPTQ. I definitely won against Bantdrazi because of it.