Quote from Demetri Xoh where oh where can i get a security code, oh where oh where can i find it...
Under the Tools menu click on "Get Deck Security Code".
My code is cb02ace1.
Quote from vromanthe ability to transfer a card from my hand to my graveyard for the low, low cost of R, is not a major selling point for pyroblast. I have NEVER in all my tournament experience seen a situation where a player would profit from voluntarily throwing away a pyroblast simply to pad the graveyard or storm count. I have however seen pyroblast misdirected to a land, multiple times.
Quote from bsushortNow I'll admit right off the bat to being unfamiliar with the Type 1 meta, but in a Gush heavy metagame shouldn't Chains of Mephistopheles be pretty effective. At the SCGP9 in Indy, there wasn't a single copy of Chains in the entire field.
Is Chains not as effective as I think, or did the players underestimate how many Gushes they would see?
Quote from Black_LotusForget it, for now I will just take list's, as this is going to be a pain. Once all the list's are in, I will give my list to Jank Golem.
Please have list's submitted on or before Sunday.
Quote from Complete_Jank+1 Black Lotus
+1 Mox Ruby (Maybe)
-1 Tolarian Academy (For the Lotus)
and -1 of any of the following: Planar Portal, City of Traitors, or Goblin Welder
The Moxes do not work well with Chalice of the Void, and having all the double or triple mana producers is what this deck is about. You don't want to drop a lot of cards, as you want to keep your Artifact count up in your hand. Adding Time Walk, Time Twister, and Ancestral Recall turns your mana base into City of Brass instead of Multiple Mana Lands (MM Lands) It slows the combo down, and makes it less consistant. I would not remove Chalice of the Void. Chalice for 0 and 2 against so many decks is really good, and both can happen on turn 1.
Quote from vromanred elemental blast is strictly better than pyroblast. you should either play a mix of the two (to weaken cabal therapy, meddling mage, extirpate, etc) or only REB.
if you are trying to destroy a blue permanent, pyroblast can be misdirected to any permanent. REB however can only be misdirected to another Blue permanent. thus if there is only one blue permanent in play, REB cant be misdirected. of course if your trying to counter a blue spell, then either REB or pblast can be misdirected to the misdirection itself. this is only relevent for destroying blue permanents.