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As the biggest Skeletal Scrying affectionado in our area back in the day I approve its use here. Deck looks sweet Soly, nice work.

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@thewhitedragon69 echoing the others, I love unique Oath lists.

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@13nova no I relocated to Florida back in December to be with my family and for work. I had originally wanted to see if I could get people together for a going away thing but mental health got in the way (which is why I also unfortunately missed Ben Roberts' funeral). Hopefully next time I'm back up that way I'll feel up to meeting up with people.

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Good group of guys, I regret not making more of an effort to hang out with people for the brief time I was living back in Wisconsin, but my misanthropy was flaring up pretty bad that 18 months. Hopefully everyone had a good time.

posted in Art and Collecting read more

@dumpsterac1d my ultimate goal is to get Korean Tempest basics for my Commander decks.

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@Stormanimagus Mikaeus makes Ballista a 1/1 so it doesn't die when you remove the +1/+1 counter Undying gives it.

posted in Vintage Community read more

To people advocating giving the Vintage list over to fans like EDH, this is honestly a completely different situation. EDH was a fan-created format shepherded by high level judges that Wizards adopted as a casual format. They let those people keep control over the paper version of the format (Wizards sets the online banned list) because they created the format and had input from people Wizards respect the opinions of. Wizards didn't hand the power over to fans, they just didn't muscle them out. Vintage, on the other hand, had always been under Wizards' watch (or neglect, depending on how you see it) as a recognized tournament format. They aren't about to cede control of it to the fans for that reason, they require their sanctioned formats to follow their guidelines. If EDH evolved into a fully sanctioned tournament format Wizards would almost certainly seize control of the list at that point.

posted in Vintage Strategy read more

@POXEVERYTURN I would think a big selling point to Norn that the Wurm doesn't have is being proactive. You can drop her to prevent an infestation of Monks from happening until they answer her, where as the Wurm needs to hit after, when it may already be too late.

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@walking.dude did you find Samut to be better or worse than the other haste options? I play Soulflayer in other formats so it's a card that's definitely been on my radar, so seeing you use it here is interesting.