Tsukizoku no YMtC Library
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Tsukizoku no EDH Library
I came here looking for cards, but found none. lolWhat is this CG Realm? Never heard of it.
Yeah, no.sadistic sacramentwatch someone play this, then have it misdirectioned back at them. Laughs for all, except one.
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I have ways around Vorinclex, Jin-Gitaxis is almost always more devastating in our group.Also how did you not get Winter Orb? Rising Waters? Erayo, Soratami Ascendant? Braids, Cabal Minion?
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This is well-worn territory, not to mention arbitrary. And out of nearly 20,000 cards, these seven are the absolute meanest? Methinks you can do better.
But, if I played such a deck that were vulnerable to it, it would hurt bad, so I'd consider it a mean card if i play that sort of strategy.
This is well-worn territory, not to mention arbitrary. And out of nearly 20,000 cards, these seven are the absolute meanest? Methinks you can do better.As are all lists like this. This list was designed to stir discussion, not to be a definitive list that everyone should look to.
I have ways around Vorinclex, Jin-Gitaxis is almost always more devastating in our group.Also how did you not get Winter Orb? Rising Waters? Erayo, Soratami Ascendant? Braids, Cabal Minion?A lot of those require a deck built around them - those kinds of cards will be in a future column (it's a weekly column, I have to conserve topics).Though I also think Sadstic Sacrement is mean, you won't always be casting it with it's kicker. Without the kicker, it's no more mean than Jester's Cap - a nuisance, really.I also think Aura Shards is one of the more "iffy" cards on the list. I placed it higher than Mindslave because you see it in more decks. When it's in play, though, it can create a pretty oppressive boardstate, and it completely nerfs more than one common strategy.
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This is well-worn territory, not to mention arbitrary. And out of nearly 20,000 cards, these seven are the absolute meanest? Methinks you can do better.As are all lists like this. This list was designed to stir discussion, not to be a definitive list that everyone should look to.Exactly, all lists. Which means there are many, and you're not really adding anything new to the discussion. I suppose I could just shut my mouth, as I have little positive to say, however you seem like a decent writer. You just need better ideas for articles.
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100% agreed on the tucks. Sure, they're mean...but nowhere near someone casting a kicked Rite of Replication, forked, and then forked again with Riku on some hasted powerhouse.I actually had one of my generals tucked for the first time this past Sunday, and I didn't even care...because I knew my deck could handle itself without the general.I'm a convert from standard, so I had one simple concept of MTG driven into me: your deck should never rely on one single card. If it does, make it better, or enjoy losing a lot. I'm guessing a lot of the people who want tucks banned didn't learn that...But GeekyDad DOES make an excellent point about a scenario it would be hard not to get mad about, though...there have been times when I wanted to jack someone in the face because they cast something at a critical juncture, or acted like an innocent jerk about it. But it's part of the game...life goes on.My vote would go to stuff like Decree of Annihilation, PARTICULARLY if you don't have a wincon ready to take advantage within 2-3 rounds.
There is one card that I hate with a passion: Myojin of Night's Reach. Putting this in a deck, the person doing it has to know they they're being an a-hole. I played a game against one guy who used his ability to make us all lose our hands, and several turns later I destroyed his Cabal Coffers with Choking Sands, to which he tersely replied "Land destruction isn't fun," clearly attempting to invoke the social contract. I said "Oh yeah, remember when we all DISCARDED OUR HANDS? That was a [expletive deleted] move." From that point on, I directed all my resources to making him lose.For the record, targeted land destruction is a-ok in my book. Also, if you manage to get enough counters on Ajani Vengeant to pop his ultimate, you deserve to.
I always thought Hatred was pretty mean.