Quote from centurion911
Just one Pyroblast seems like a massive omission. Why only 1?
Quote from ToyhammeredToyhammered vs Destruction
2-1 my win!
Quote from BEDERNDERNapparently its the deck price that is keeping the deck down. its like a 900 deck.
Quote from InfallibleI beat Destruction 2-0.
Quote from Grand SuperiorGreat to see Storm winning a Grand Prix. I just took my TES deck apart to make Reanimator but his take is quite interesting. Might give Storm a try again.
Quote from FizzelerOddly enough the probability of this happening aren't slim to none, but in Dredge you are more than likely going to not go all in turn 1, a different scenario is just Breakthrough, 1-2 dredgers, an LED, and a Rainbow land, can net you the t1 kill
True Belcher rarely wins through its namesake usually just a ton of Goblins, I think SI also usually wins through Tendrils, but I don't have enough experience with the deck to determine that
Quote from Tom88With that big of budget and being in the process of getting shocks and goyfs, RUG delver in modern is definitely a playable option. You'd just need cliques and a couple other cards. WUR delver with isochron scepter is also a pretty good deck.
Other than that D+T, Gifts varients, Jund, and non-UW tron also seem like good options. They all can be competitive; I'd say D+T takes the most skill to master, but it's my favorite of course.
Quote from Grand SuperiorDefinitely proxy decks up before buying into them. I bought the pieces for Reanimator and regretted it soon after because I grew bored of the deck's strategy and found that my other graveyard based deck (Dredge) was way more fun to play. I kept the Underground Seas and Show and Tells, though, which was nice.
Also, try to tailor your purchases to pieces that can be used by several decks. Investing in a playset of Wastelands, for example, will serve you better in the long run than investing in a playset of Sneak Attacks because the former fits into more decks (unless you really like Sneak and Show).