As a 3/5 flyer with two very good abilities and very good power and toughness (just enough power to fly below [scryfall]Elspeth, Sun’s Champion[/scryfall]’s radar and just enough toughness to block [scryfall]Stormbreath Dragon[/scryfall] without dying), [scryfall]Prognostic Sphinx[/scryfall] has ruled the … Continue reading
A couple of days ago I took part in a THSx3 draft. Always fun. Not that I’ve had chance to do it very many times. Still… I enjoy Theros, so this was fun. Although I misread signals (or someone else … Continue reading
I don’t think there’s an obvious way to build with these two, so I can have fun.
Eligeth seems like a commander I would enjoy, but where to find a good partner? There’s two other potential partners that have the word scry printed on them, so that does limit certain aspects quite a bit. Thrasios seems like … Continue reading
Or maybe the Spike Cube?
Apparently there is finally a monoblue legendary sphinx that’s worth playing (sorry, [scryfall]Alhammarret, High Arbiter[/scryfall], but you really aren’t worth playing in EDH). Let’s do something with it.
If your here looking for a cool, competitive Rashmi-deck, I’d suggest you go elsewhere. This time I’m trying to go for the fun factor. Well, there’s always an element of fun (for someone) in my decks, but what’s different here … Continue reading
Since its the most interesting Legend in Eternal Masters (for me, at least, I bet [scryfall]Maelstrom Wanderer[/scryfall] is generally more liked… or hated), I think I should write about this: Okay, its sort of a boring commander. Just a wizard … Continue reading
Sadly, no Conley Woods concontion this time around. He didn’t do very well. I guess the list would be available somewhere, and I bet its interesting, but from what I heard, the land base was just less than 20 mountains, … Continue reading
In order to make their game more approachable to new players and to keep the game fresher, Wizards’ R&D began to emphasize creatures over spells. This has been good for the game, as now those cards that appeal to new … Continue reading