Quote from weltkriegIf you were going to test barrage of expendables, why not just scorched rusalka instead? It seems better even though it's a creature.
Quote from ZekimarDid LSV just miss Voice triggers from the cryptic or am i missing something?
Quote from Oreth The CentaurAbsolutely, I think I'll 2 running two Barrage of Expendables main deck, and another in the side.
It's also nice to respond to Mogg War Marshall's echo trigger.
The Goblin Arsonist might still be a subpar 1-drop though?
Quote from Mrow_MixIf you have aether vial in play, Tideshaper is more useful against kiki-jiki, mirror breaker than threads of disloyalty. It is worthy of being tested.
Quote from creature124What matchups do you bring in the Goblin Assault's for?
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Quote from Son of SkullferHi, my name is Spike. I play competitive Magic in the tournament scene and play for only one reason... to win. I don't care about the creative aspects of the game and have become so obsessed with streamlining the power of my cards and decks that I find it impossible to wrap my head around the idea that some other players of this game may play for reasons different from my own. As far as I'm concerned, these "casual" players, as they call themselves, are a hinderance to my enjoyment of the game. Every damn set that comes out, there is some overcosted red enchantment that does nothing remotely useful taking up the slot of what could be a tournament worthy card for MY deck. It's infuriating. These casual players suck at this game... I mean, they are really, really bad at Magic. Because they enjoy playing with inferior cards, they are themselves inferior to me. Their opinions and desires do not matter, yet WotC seems to insist that they do. It's not like these casual players spend money on the game. I mean, I'm the one that plays with cards worth $60... my deck costs as much as a casual player spends on rent fer Christ's sake. Sure, I bought those cards from the secondary market, but I'm sure Wizards sees most of that money. The point I'm trying to make is that if someone doesn't hold the same values as me, in life or in a card game, they are not as important as me and their opinions are not as important as mine and they should not be respected or acknowledged as holding any type of value in the Magic community. I, Spike, and all my contemporaries (also all named Spike, if you would believe that) are all that should matter because everyone else sucks at card evaluation, deck building and Magic in general. Spike RULES!!!!
Quote from Grim04Now we're just arguing semantics.
Strict /= Absolutely
Quote from TybaltGeist of st. Tract is strictly better than a vanilla 3 drop.
Everything is strictly better than vizzidrix.