Quote from ISBPathfinderGenesis my concerns here are that you dont have many ways of sacing / discarding him in the list. Do you just drop him in and wait for him to block / get wrathed? Have you had any problems doing this in the past? What is your usual means to get him to the bin?
Quote from ISBPathfinderPhyrexian Altar (misspelt in the list) I was also currious as to why this was in here. You only have a handfull of things worth sacing to get rid of them such as the above Genesis. What do you usually have this in here for? Why only one sac outlet and why this one in specific?
Quote from ISBPathfinderGarruk Wildspeaker I tend to find planeswalkers hard to defend so I try for ones that have very strong results very quickly. I dont think his untap function is worth it as in my own meta I wouldnt have him next turn so why pay 2 mana for a card who usually dies to a few chumps flying his way?
Quote from ISBPathfinderSpell Burst this spell can cost a monsterous amount of mana. Is it worth it? What if you just had a Hinder, Arcane Denial instead? Have you felt that the mana for this has been worth it? Usually buyback spells being abused is a good way to get a lot of people pissed off at you, has this been an issue?
Quote from ISBPathfinderCryptic Command UUU spells always concern me. Especially on one that is as reactive as a counterspell. Has this been an issue or has the utility behind the spell been worth it? I know of a few others who have run this in a control version of Jenara. How have you found it?
Quote from ISBPathfinderSword of Feast and Famine my concern is that if you tap out before you swing then all that needs to happen is chump, maze, or spot removal the creature carrying it and you are stuck tapped out. You cant use it to pump Jenara until after she has already connected either which sort of sucks. I have had more luck with Darksteel Plate personally but I suppose you are going for more of a control style. Just thought I would drop you some food for thought on this sword.
Quote from ISBPathfinderTidespout Tyrant generally this guy is best in a storm style deck that just drops spell after spell in a turn. I dont know about it in this list as this guy is something that I tend to hate all over as he is sort of a dick.
Quote from ISBPathfinderStormfront Riders the only time I ever tried using this guy I felt he was really clunky and slow. You might consider running like Whitemane Lion as it costs less and has flash.
Quote from ISBPathfinderKnight-Captain of Eos you might look at Spike Weaver as it is a similar style card. I cant say which you will like more but Spike Weaver tends to see more play in EDH.
Quote from ISBPathfinderKeiga, the Tide Star my big problem with Keiga is that if someone just wraths you, exiles Keiga, or steals Keiga it isnt so great. I still use this bugger in my Teferi list which I am working to get back up an and running. I like it there due to the flash option but I don't know about just dropping it into play. In my experience it is best used as more of a combat trick or a deck with lots of sac outlets. Either way I don't feel like it is very suited for your list.