You clearly have a passion for tapped lands and you like to drop them always at the wrong time.
In game 2 when you counter his Diabolic Edict with Counterspell, you could have protected the Ninja by playing Pestermite and sacrificing it. Doesn’t really matter much, because it’s almost impossible to lose at that point, but I think the Counterspell is more valuable than the Pestermite, so it’s better to save it.
I enjoyed your videos. I can see how this deck would do well against the current metagame.
Nice job. The synergy between all your cards is neat to see, especially all the “comes into play” effects and the ways you exploit them.
Thanks – game 1 in the final was epic, and game 2 was very solid also. Your opponent did not go to any lengths to represent tricks of any kind – so that was nice. Your bold triple block of the golem paid off.
Your last couple videos have had the top chopped off. I’m not sure how easy this is to correct – but because of this it is not always clear what your opponent’s life total is, or how many land they have/have untapped.
How do you play versus an Artifact deck?
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