Reading up on dredge has given me an idea for a standard deck using the Hedron Crabs, Bloodghasts, the Esper Sphinxes, and open the vaults.
Well, I was looking forward to this article, but after reading it I was kinda disappointed. I was hoping for more of the commentary/analysis that Flores usually provides, while this one seemed like it was mostly a bunch of decklists. In general I think Flores is one of the best writers on the site, so I would have liked more commentary.
I want to make a Scapeshift deck... G/B Scapeshift topping out into Ob Nixilis. Play Ob. Untap, Win.
The only thing that kept Ben out of the Finals was the fact that he got paired against Kibs.
The link you provide yourself proves you wrong. You might want to do some journalistic research next time before writing your article.
I agree Ghastly Discovery seems awefully odd. Grim Discovery for grave yard tricks for the land and possible creature, Æther Spellbomb draw or bounce creature, or Etched Oracle if he was wanting card draw all seem better. Imo I can't imagine not playing a few Tolaria West in this deck it seems a natural 3-4 of.
I love how Grove of the Burnwillows just got "made". I seem to remember when Future Sight came out, GoB was bashed as the worst of the weird, new duals, but I knew there was some use for it.
And of course [insert my usual rant about competitive decks being filled with money-lands].
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