nice indeed,but the deck has only 56 cards and 19 lands.is there something missing from the list?regardst
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First of concerning the deck idea: Noel, you are more than pulling of the crazy evil professor thing that seems so fitting for a column called "from the lab" with this one! Second, concerning the snapshots, and game play situation discussions; I like it a lot, when a deck merits such treatment, it's a nice change of pace from the 3 deck idea's a week columns.Third, concerning the title of the article: well, I always liked the challenge of your deck building contests as well, so it did make me wonder when we will see the next one?Keep up the good work!
I also love Mirrorweave! I designed a Living Plane, Mirrorweave, Sorrow's Path deck, but it was clunky because it needed a Mana Short or Drain Power to go off.But Contested Wazone doesn't require a 4th card to work, it's actually a legit card, and the effect is better. It's less funny, but more effective. Killing someone with Sorrow's Path (my method) requires that they control 10 copies of it, and they may not have had creatures + lands == 10. But stealing whatever they have is always effective and almost as funny.------------------------------P.S. It is not faster or easier to kill your opponent with Sorrow's Path by just swinging with it. Seafarer's Quay will put your opponent on a 10 or 20 turn clock. But if you try to swing with a Sorrow's Path it'll kill itself, Shock you in the face, and torch your army. It's that bad.
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Oh, Noel, that article tickles me in a way, that if Loretta tickled me in that way, I'd say, Oh yea ... that's nice ... that's the spot.