First thing you should always do when brewing decks is figuring out what you can do with the mana. Of course, only a select few actually do this, because it’s much more fun to start with those interesting cards or synergies. Still, this is the way you should do it. (Yeah, I don’t either.)
I don’t think this is a good idea, but has that ever stopped me from brewing before? Obviously that was just a rhetoric question, but it shouldn’t anyone, because you never know where the really workable ideas lie.
For whatever reason, I find the title funny, because it only makes sense to MtG players.
Anyway, the other day I made a couple of two-colored lists around the devoid mechanic. Later I realized I completely forgot about this card:
… which kind of makes things easier.
Jori En is this guy:
It seems to have a fairly high presale price, so I guess people think its pretty good. So, I’ll brew a bit.