Quote from mightybenno »Have you tested your list for some sharing of your experience?
Quote from 8hlftls »This list doesn't seem terrible, have you played with it at all? How are different matchups?
Quote from sbfinley »It a lot like one I used to run and I tried forever to make a viable modern miracle deck. It's just insanely tough without hand fixing. Miracles on the draw are dead until you discard them for revival and having one hit with Remand is even worse. The problem with it is that you spend so much effort trying to control your top deck when you should be worrying about controlling your opponent. Supreme Verdict is just better than Terminus in UW IMO and Luminarch's Ascension is just a better Angel engine and finisher (and is a 3x in my UW shell.) I wish you best though!
Quote from greywyn »IMO, a third colour can help. Either red or black.
More flexibility, and better options for interactions.
Working on a version too, atm.
Quote from Skarcha_control »Counterbalance is miracle's keystone, not terminus.
Quote from jongsl5 »I don't think it's optimal to run a full 4 Liliana. Yes it's the best card to have against the unfavorable combo decks but this is a card you want more to top deck rather than have in your opening hand. BW Token dumps its cards slowly making Liliana's +1 more of a disadvantage for us than for any non-combo/control opponent.
Spectral Procession is harder to counter than Lingering Souls or Bitterblossom, both of which are more vulnerable to sideboard hate and discard. The reason Sram is not a good replacement is because your tokens don't fly - not to mention the 4-mana. When your tokens are grounded, you lose a ton of inevitability in the long game. We have Fatal Push for manlands and ghost quarter is not great against Valakut. Don't forget it is also the fastest clock we have.
If your meta is Tron+combo, it makes sense to adopt a ghost quarter build with Liliana but this is not an optimal build in a normal meta.