no volts? wtf
no volts? wtfI don't really think that volts would work in this deck, as the deck is full mountains and more of a control deck then aggro. So Slagstorm is basically strictly better then Volt Charge.
no volts? wtfI don't really think that volts would work in this deck, as the deck is full mountains and more of a control deck then aggro. So Slagstorm is basically strictly better then Volt Charge.That could be but then my personal Big Red is a lot different than this one, to the point of Having Inferno Titans, Wurmcoils and over fun things. Also I just like the added proliferate from the Volt Charge for my Koths, Magnets, Spheres, and Inkmoths.
What happened to the match-reports in the BoaB-series? I know, diffrent author and all that, but I realy liked to read the matchups and plays of the BoaB-decks. In the current form, it's just a deck in theory.
139359831 wrote:Clever deduction Watson! Maybe you can explain why Supergirl is trying to kill me.
You realize that he spends an entire week coming up with an idea, tweaking and experimenting with the numbers, occasionally starting all over, in addition to what he does for Wotc? Plus, spending a "budget" every week to come up with match reports seems like a waste. So appreciate them when they come, and don't whine when they don't.
Personally, my preference would be to play 20 matches (or so) in the tournament practice room, and post your record. Posting 3 matches in painstaking detail to show how the deck runs is a waste of space. We can see how the deck plays out based on the decklist, show us how well it performs in the long run, not the three matches you handpicked to post. He's never done what I'm suggesting though.