Just curious how any sane person is expected to read Tallowisp and Threads of Disloyalty and come to the conclusion that the former can't be used to search up the latter.
I love that All-In Windbrisk deck, but I'm not sure Primal Surge is a good idea given the high risk of putting two or more Emrakul into play at once. Surely there are better options given that any card in the format can get cast that way? Jin-Gitaxias? Iona?
Enchant creature with converted mana cost 2 or lessYou control enchanted creature.So, it says that instead of straight up "enchant creature." Anyway, if this is correct, then they need to re-errata it again. Should be something like:"Enchant creature[cardname] can only enchant creatures with cmc 2 or lessYou control enchanted creature." Otherwise, seems like BS.
It's not a big risk, as each revealed permanent enters the battlefield one at a time and you decide if you want each of them to enter
Tallowisp, as far as I can tell, functions very well with Daybreak Coronet and Threads of Disloyalty.If it didn't, then the whole deck is moot to begin with as every aura is errataed to to be "Enchantment -- Aura". As someone pointed out, somebody already made a competitive version of Geist Dad (as I'm sure this list is based off of), and I am pretty sure it wouldn't have done as well as it did if Tallowisp wasn't able to tutor anything.And beyond that, you're saying it can tutor Steel of the Godhead but not Daybreak Coronet when they both have the same type. That is a pretty big oversight when we're talking about how an entire deck functions.
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Both their errata do explicity say, in the first two words, "Enchant Creature" now. There is a restrictive clause following, but both are classified to enchant creatures, yes?
Enchantment - AuraEnchant CreatureThreads of Disloyalty can enchant only a creature with converted mana cost two or less.
Unfortunately "Enchant Creature" and Enchant creature with converted mana cost 2 or less" are two different abilities. There's no such thing as an ability that is, rules-wise, just a type of a broader ability.