Well, it pretty much writes itself, right?
This is an actual deck, but it does lose certain parts of it, namely [scryfall]Thraben Inspector[/scryfall], [scryfall]Needle Spires[/scryfall] and possibly some other cards, but the core of the deck should still be there. But how about if we go a little bigger and find ourselves a new set of drivers, because everyone loves a dinosaur piloting an airship? Right?
I’m guessing most of you have already noticed the synergy between Exert and [scryfall]ALways Watching[/scryfall]. Well, how about the hidden mode on [scryfall]Blessed Alliance[/scryfall]? Cards with options are always good. Now you have a third one to use.
Monowhite Humans might be gone, as its going to lose quite a few of its key cards, but I think there’s room for another aggressive deck.
The actual thing that makes this possible is actually this card:
It is a “fast land” after all…
First, I really dislike white and while I like red in many ways, I have decided a long time ago not to play it in EDH, so this is more like a thought experiment than anything else. I will never actually build this deck.
So, with that in mind, lets design a deck with [scryfall]Adriana, Captain of the Guard[/scryfall] helming it.
Granted, this is already an archetype, but there’s new tools. Like, really great new tools.
…which meld into…
I usually do not post about Magic the Gathering. Mainly because Aki posts about it. A Lot. And I rarely have anything interesting or worthwhile to say. This week however was a bit different. I had a small vacation (since my son was with his grandparents and my wife was working). So what could I do? Turns out – nothing much but play through various different types of MtG. So this will be my random rambling about different formats.
Okay, once again a more casual list, but I think there’s a seed of something here.