Quote from ZirathSlaughtermaster seems pretty amazing with the Axe. As does Marisi's Twinclaws.
Quote from lordfatthe little wacker is a warrior too, so exactly as lame as bloodbraid into warcaller.
Quote from lordfatI like this idea. Hes cheaper than sarkan and he comes out as a 3/2 with a paragon out. nice little finisher. maybe take out a sarkan and/or a giant baiting for 1 or 2 of them.
sarkan has a built in win condition but its not very likely he'll go undamaged for 2 turns. the bushwacker does the same pump sarkan does and he gives you and extra creature that will hit for another 2 or 3 damage. could be worth it.
Quote from SurrealSageMistmeadow is slow.
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Quote from ElysiumOrcish Librarian is seriously the topic of discussion?
Quote from ShalakoIts been in sligh before
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On the war-caller and colossus again - I think that these two cards rely on the paragon a little too much. Yeah the colossus is great but without trample he can just be chumped unless you're playing against MB vamps or something. If i had 8 paragons, i think that the colossus and war caller would be better, but obviously this is not the case. The liege gives you 3 more creature pumps, and they can be ridiculous if you have any of aforementioned G and R creatures out. So if you leave liege in, the tattermunge wins over the warcaller. If you use colossus, use the warcaller.
Quote from ZirathIts really only good in the mirror. I wouldn't want to maindeck it, but I might sideboard it if Dragon's Claw wasn't so good at winning the mirror.
Quote from ZirathWhich White deck is dominating again? Last I checked, not too many decks in Extended aggressively mulligan into Leylines because they can't play them and Lark isn't dominating currently. So I'm curious about which deck will play the Leyline as Ivory Mask wasn't even played when it was in the same format as the old Mirrodin Red Decks, which packed a decent amount of burn. Also, how can Leyline be in ready stock when M11 has only been out for about a week now? I'd have trouble having many copies of a new card before the set has settled in.
@megatog: I think you missed the point of the Elite Vanguard comparison.
Why doesn't Keldon Maurader belong in Sligh? Its a two mana Lava Axe at best and takes down a card at worst.
Quote from CrownclownDefeats his purpose of playing the Leyline. That is his goal.
Quote from ElysiumSo you're losing to a card that shouldn't see any play because it doesn't do anything, while the creature you shouldn't be running is winning you games?