Matt Bina's deck is a work of art. A Slumbering Dragon/Call to the Kindred deck? Now that's Izzet ingenuity!
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Matt Bina's deck is a work of art. A Slumbering Dragon/Call to the Kindred deck? Now that's Izzet ingenuity!I came to this thread to say exactly this. It is the most awesome deck I've seen submitted to this column yet.I so want to build it and play with it now. (even though I know Call to the Kindred is very wacky as I experienced with my zombies kindred deck).
Didn't change the deck much this week... guess you didn't have to. Epic Spiral is a cool idea even though I still like the Increasing Devotion version Travis Woo made.Yay for my deck being listed this week, though I don't think I spelt my own name wrong in the email I sent you...
Cool decks. I still think that some variant of the Dig Dig Boom thing is the one for me, but the experiment deck-out idea is cool. QUESTION. If you flip two Psychic Spiral off the same Epic Experiment, do they both count the graveyard at that time, or does only the one resolve? Seeing as how you can only shuffle your graveyard into your deck once and stuff...
Creator of the Multiverse database for custom sets, the Magic Turing machine (proving Magic Turing-complete) and the random Magic card generator.
The Epic Experiment deck is really crying out for some rituals (one-shot mana acceleration like Seething Song). Are there really none in Standard? Shouldn't Rakdos (the original and the current color that gets rituals) have gotten one? Maybe Gruul will have some? Or maybe one will show up in Dragon's Maze?