Though sadly, that will just spiral into a series of unwanted events. Casual play is supposed to be fun. Enlighten him about said rule frictions, and see what happens. Perfection is an illusion, and as such, I believe there is no "Most broken deck ever", (I might be wrong) but those kinds of decks that claim to be are by type uninteractable, boring and far too narrow-minded.
I want to build the ultimate broken deck. I'll call it "Vengence." Yes. It will have a name. Thing is, I'm a noob and have no idea where to start. Any suggestion is a good suggestion. Fire away! (Please an thank you :3 )
I feel that the deck you described doesn't warrant the kind of specific hate some Posters have been recommending, so I encourage you to build a solid general deck instead. Mainlky because, if this guy leaves the playgroup (or stops playing the deck) then you are now stuck with a highly specific hate deck.
Here is a budget list of (something resembling) Affinity: Spoiler:Show
This is $58.32 at CoolStuffInc (not including Shipping or Basic Lands). The Artifact Lands are easily the most expensive thing here and while they are synergystic, they could be cut without damaging the deck too much.
See, the problem with him is that... This was a random deck he put together in ten minutes at my boyfriend's house, right before they came in and we had a huge doom match. (The three of us like to play Magic together.) ALL of his decks are like that. (He runs decks of every color, a LOT of Planeswalkers, Eldarazi, everything unfair against beginners.) They ALL have cards that do rediculous things like get him up to 300 health, have a creature with 400/400, etc... That's his play style. He has thousands of cards.
I spent $28 at a store today and got help from the employees to build a decent deck against him, and it is this:
I played a non official tournament with some guys at my local card shop and he guy who hosts uses a deck that can mill your entire deck on turn 2 the guy who came second didnt even bother playing him he used a brain freeze combo where he'd use high tide then Cloud of Faeries and other cards to shuffle hand and graveyard back into deck he'd keep doing this till he cast enough spells so that brain freeze would mill enough cards to be your entire deck if you look up high tide on card kingdom you can see alot of cards he used (shows how original the deck is) and maby peice that deck together.
There is no such a thing. Sure, some decks can be more complex to understand and to play with, but it just seems he's playing combo decks and there's nothing unfair in that. If he were using more expensive cards, it could seem even more unfair, but still, he bought them and so can you. If the strategy he's using is solid, it's up to you to break it. You shouldn't try to bring his powerlevel down, you should bring yours up, like you are currently trying.
For linking a card to Gatherer without writting the name of said card for readers, use the autocard brackets together with and equal sign and right the name of the real card. Then put the message you want inside the tags, like you would do with autocarding. Like this:
I like storm crow because I really like crows in real life, as an animal, and the card isn't terribly stupid, but packs a good deal of nostalgia and also a chunck of the game's history. So it's perhaps one of the cards I have most affection to, but not because "lol storm crow is bad hurr hurr durr".
Oh, it's a brilliant plan. You see, Bolas was travelling through shadowmoor, causing trouble, when he saw a Wickerbough Elder with its stylin' dead scarecrow hat. Now, Bolas being Bolas took the awesome hat and he put it on his head, but even with all his titanic powers of magic he couldn't make it fit. He grabbed some more scarecrows, but then a little kithkin girl asked if he was trying to build a toupee. "BY ALL THE POWERS IN THE MULTIVERSE!" he roared, "I WILL HAVE A HAT WORTHY OF MY GLORY." and so he went through his Dark Lore of Doom (tm) looking for something he could make into a hat that would look as stylish on him as a scarecrow does on a treefolk. He thought about the Phyrexians, but they were covered in goopy oil that would make his nonexistant hair greasy. He Tried out angels for a while but they didn't sit quite right. Then, he looked under "e" (because in the Elder Draconic alphabet, "e" for Eldrazi is right next to "h" for Hat) in his Dark Lore of Doom and saw depictions of the Eldrazi, and all their forms. "THIS SHALL BE MY HAT!" he declared, poking a picture of Emrakul, "AND WITH IT I WILL USHER IN A NEW AGE OF DARKNESS -- ER, I MEAN A NEW AGE OF FASHION!"
And so Nicol Bolas masterminded the release of the Eldrazi.