Quote from Dark SpawnThe reason i dont run Sudden spoilings md is
1. Vs some match ups i does nothing...
2. When in topdeck mode i often need an answer to a problem, and spoilings doenst do it usually.
3. I really like MBC consistancy, thats why i play alot of 4'offs, therefore
4. The slots are really filled up by more consistant spells. Nuthing i can really take out for them, so they sb.
But to be fair, the card is pretty amazing in MANY match ups. I will consider it, but i would like to have more playble creatures to MD it.... There is a reason why Elves ran it with GREAT success.
Quote from Foil_VampireFor those that run only 3 Demigod, do you ever find that you are lacking creatures? I know from running four sometimes I get stuck with 2 in my hand, but am a little worried if I were to run 3 I wouldn't be getting the most out of its reanimating ability.
Quote from MonoBlackOutWell I've been throwing this build around in my head... competes with aggro better...
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Quote from NonprophetI understand that you use it to neuter an opponents creature, but I think there are better options.
Sudden Spoiling will not stop a Sheilded Leige or Cavaliers. The sudden spoiling takes effect on stack 6b and the shield takes effect in 6c/d. So we have to deal with it before the sheild gets on it.
Quote from WhiteWerewolfI'm sure this might of been thought about, but what about vampiric link. It nullifies a threat and it's life gain? What are your thoughts on that?
PS...I added the demigods in play today and they definitely kick ass. a must of 4.
Quote from Dark SpawnKiLl7r0cItY
Congrats with the results, And we all appriciate the match by match analysis!!! Didnt look like you had easy match ups at all.
I like your list, its very similar to mine, only thing i can question is not running the usual 4-ofs (like damnations, bitterblossom, tenrals...etc) But running like 3-offs and Btq. How has that worked out for you? Also wanted to know how 24 lands was with no accel as well as 4 demigods. I would rather run 4 bbz, and 3 demigods, just my 0.02....
Quote from D3@DBut if all they do is burning down our lands, and we basically can get back any land we want, then sooner or later they will be out of gas, also they are probably not dealing us much dmg if they spend all their cards and mana to take out one of our lands each turn who just keeps coming back for free.
Quote from dark_welingOk ill probably try again a warhammer in the MD.
An other question guys, why dont you like scarscale ritual? i have not seen any deck here with another card to draw than urchins, and S. ritual can be used it a faerie or in urchins, or even in a huge korlash.
Quote from dark_welingAbout loxodon, first you need 1 turn to play it, second you need almost another whole turn to equip the hammer, and what if your creature gets bounced, or killed, or removed from the game? I preffer to play another profane command to give korlash or demigod fear.
And an other bad thing it's that if the oponnet sideboared everlasting torment, or artifact destroy(very common now) we are also playing a very weak card.
It is true that corrupt is not as good as before, but you can hit the oponnent with it, and sometimes in the game that more usefull than to target a creature, anyway corrupt gives you the option to choose what to do.
Nameless inversion is not a great card, but terror is as good or as bad than N.I. The difference is that with terror you cant kill black, or indestructible things and in treefolks are a lot of those and now that black is comming back i see alot of problems with terror.
In the other hand you are right about the bad things with N.I but IMO nameless is more fuctional.
PD: sorry if my english sucks lol
Quote from KyrosI agree on every point, with possible exception to Extirpate (might just be my meta, but I've never found it to be useful), and I haven't tested BtQ yet, but I will once I pick up a pair of them. I haven't tested out Sudden Spoiling yet either, but I've been in many situations where I wish I had it, so it's going in the board for sure for me.
EDIT: Oh, I don't see any reason to use Corrosive Mentor, either, the BB tokens do a fine job of stalling without wither, and running the mentor means you need to stall for longer to actually draw your useful spells (drawing the mentor means you didn't draw the card you were stalling for in the first place).
Quote from AstralEclipseWhen playing against Counterspells, you try and draw out the counter with spells you dont really care about. They can't counter everything. In regards to the faeries matchup, having Imp's Mischief in the sb could help by denying their card advantage with Ancestral Visions.