Finding the lantern deck?

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Right, I admit, i am a sucker for multicolour! There is a reason I will gladly make decks with as many colours as possible if I can get away with it. But sadly it rarely works outside of legacy. So ofc it got my interest when i start hearing that a 5-colour-lantern is apparently tearing its way through standard.  Thing is, looking around, I have not been able to locate an example of the decklist, or even a summary of how it plays.

So the question is; anyone familiar with this deck and how it works, or even know where i could find an example decklsit of one of them? And yes, I am more of a timmy than anything as deckbuilding really isn't my forte in standard.
Right, I admit, i am a sucker for multicolour! There is a reason I will gladly make decks with as many colours as possible if I can get away with it. But sadly it rarely works outside of legacy. So ofc it got my interest when i start hearing that a 5-colour-lantern is apparently tearing its way through standard.  Thing is, looking around, I have not been able to locate an example of the decklist, or even a summary of how it plays.

So the question is; anyone familiar with this deck and how it works, or even know where i could find an example decklsit of one of them? And yes, I am more of a timmy than anything as deckbuilding really isn't my forte in standard.


Such a deck does not, aside from one guy at my LGS, exist.  It's definitely not tearing its way through standard, and if you want to build it, you'll have to make up the list yourself.  The only information I can give you is that the guy who played it at my LGS ran sideboard doors to nothingness, which he brought in for the control matchup, and are evidently very good when everyone's drawing 30 cards and gaining 50 life.

Why does everyone think I'm phantom lancer? QFT:

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139359831 wrote:
I hope all this helps you to see things in a greater light—and understand that Magic: the Gathering was really created by extraterrestials using Richard Garfield as a medium. The game itself reflects the socio-psycho realtivity between living beings, and the science that takes precedence over them—to define reality for them all (like telekinesis, weather, scientific reaction, phenomenon, ingenuity, how the brain works, etc.). I'd also bet there is an entity floating thousands of miles above us, looking down on the current state of game, shaking its fist like... "Wtf are you doing?! You're getting it all screwed up!". Awkward—to be evolved, and yet still subject to the ladder that is the concepts of the game. In this case, misconception, corruption, and deception. With the realities of each color becoming distorted (through oblivious designers), leading the game to reflect a false state of reality that warps the understanding that other people have about those things. For example, people thinking that white could be anything except pure good. This shouldn't be too far off though, I mean...Magic is designed based on reality after all, so that entity (those entities) should be subject to those things. Anyways, I guess when you're busy doing space stuff you can't always be around to ensure quality control. It's no wonder they choose Garfield, they're so much alike; that's exactly what happened to him and Magic.
166199665 wrote:
omg snortng so much febbdelicious /intocixated in rl
There isn't a true 5C deck running around. Omnidoor uses lantern as well as a bunch of other ramp, but the deck is by far mostly Bant with some :B: and :R:-costing wincons. Here is a rough list if you really want it.
Standard Pauper! (play it on MTGO)
Build 5-color mono-black

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