Creator of the Multiverse database for custom sets, the Magic Turing machine (proving Magic Turing-complete) and the random Magic card generator.
In a long game, the chances of your opponent surviving an attack from this are about as likely as his or her chances of perfectly baking a soufflé while on a spaceship.
Hey, a turn-two Splinterfright's not that bad! I mean, it instantly dies, so it puts a creature card in your graveyard, which is good in this deck! Right? It means the second Splinterfright can be 1/1... or it pumps up Jarad a little... right, guys? Guys?
"Ah, the age-old conundrum. Defenders of a game are too blind to see it's broken, and critics are too idiotic to see that it isn't." - Brian McCormick
Hmm, I currently have a G/U Mill Yourself deck that I want to update for the new Standard, and I was thinking of making it G/B for the new Golgari cards, so this is pretty much right up my alley. Of course, all this talk of Liliana makes me weary, since I do NOT want to have to get 3 copies of a 20$ card. I mgiht be able to justify to myself getting a playset of shocklands or Woodland Cemetary, but I hate hate hate spending that much on a single card.
"Arbor Elf serves a couple important roles. First, it speeds up the deck. A turn-two Splinterfright or Dreg Mangler can put pressure on your opponent quickly"I dont really think a turn 1 elf turn 2 Splinterfright is that good....Anyway for commander that card looks fun. But like said above; worth cutting lili for it?
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