Quote from motleyslayer »
the judge who I asked sent me a vidoe of him doing the combo on MTGO, so maybe the person the guy who said it didn't work watched just didn't do it right some how.
Quote from Nyarlathotep333 »
*Edit - my rule for Rhystic Study is that it is up to the opponent to pay or not pay (without reminders) and up to the person playing it to pay attention to whether or not the cost was paid. There should be no reason to have to keep saying "Did you pay the 1?" I have always been up front about this and so far haven't heard any complaints about it. I find that people tend remember to pay the cost pretty quickly if they have issues with their opponent repeatedly drawing cards from it after the first few times it happens.
Quote from NineInchNall »
To be fair, most people take a long time to figure out what to do; in order to play at a respectable pace, they have to plan through all their opponents' turns. Yeah, I can see how frequent wheeling could be problematic for many. Give the Yidris pre-con to an inexperienced player and get ready for a looooooong night. Newbs hate it when I play Niv, and I don't even run that many wheels even compared to the primers on here.
Quote from Jar of Eyeballs »Commanders that wheel a lot e.g Nekusar or Leovold.
Quote from Keramory »Maybe someone will disagree but if mizzix dies more then once, the whole idea of her mechanic gets shafted. Then you're paying 8 mana to hopefully get a discount of 2-3 if that?
Quote from SnowBunny »And from what you are describing, his deck is VERY interactive. He is interacting with you guys and interacting with your plays. If your deck is lacking removal that is kind of on you...
Quote from Onering »Against con sphinx, just run lab man. You'll draw him pretty much guaranteed, then decking yourself is a feature not a bug.
Quote from Incanur »So far I haven't noticed much in Kaladesh I need for EDH. That's good for my finances.