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Nice run! I’m glad to see you not only talking about lists but taking them into Daily Events as well. It’s a good way to put your money where your mouth is, so to speak, and helps show the viability of a list against real competition.
Ahniwa – Glad you liked it!
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Sam – Okay?
Keep up the good work! Love brewing in pauper myself. It’s kinda hard to find videos online to get inspired.
Buster – Much appreciated! Let us know if you have any exciting brews in development.
Oh, thanks for the fast response. Sure i can send a list with a recent brew i think you would like. But i’d like to screen dumb for overview(laziness) and explain some of the card choises.
Buster – Sounds good!
About the familiar matchup, how about bring some more Raze and maybe Piracy Charm for the sideboard?
Dezan – I was thinking 4x Raze in the board…what to cut though?
Round 1 was one of the most entertaining Magic matches I’ve come across online. Or at least they were entertaining for me!
ThankTheBear – Wow, that’s high praise…thank you!
I would suggest to cut 1 Curse of Chains and 1 Hydroblast.
Dezan – I was thinking about that, but those are two of our main tools vs. Affinity which can also be tough.
Jason this was really great. I love the thought you put into the deck, and the videos were fantastic. That first match against the MBC pilot was amazing.
Grillo_Parlante – Very kind words! I’m grateful.
Love Pauper as a format in general. You did a great job explaining how Treasure Cruise is basically a Power 9 if used correctly. Will definitely try out the deck soon. Any advice on building a pauper collection that can be molded to different decks?
Osiris117 – Glad you enjoyed it!
That’s a really good question…I think the answer depends on whether or not budget is an issue for you. You can always check out a site like mtgo-stats to see what the most played cards in the format are.
While building your collection you can also play in some of the free-to-enter PREs and win tickets, that will get you more cards and hopefully more wins!
A noob question: isnt Brainstorm just better than Ponder in this deck?
Dezan – Not a noob question. Brainstorm may very well be better…I guess time will tell!
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