2021.03.31 20:18 S_Comet821 ScryfallTranslations

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2023.05.28 20:20 HonorBasquiat Prediction: The showcase frames from March of the Machine hint that sometime in the next two years there will be new releases set on Ravnica and Tarkir

The March of the Machine and Multiverse Legends showcase frames pay homage to past booster fun releases associated with their corresponding plane and previous set releases.
The showcase legends from Ravnica (Aurelia, the Warleader, Judith, the Scourge Diva, Juri, Master of the Revue, Niv-Mizzet, Reborn, Teysa Karlov, ) and Tarkir (Goreclaw, Terror of Qal Sisma, Anafenza, Kin-Tree Spirit and Taigam, Ojutai Master) introduce new variant frames we haven't seen before.
I'm skeptical that Wizards of the Coast would spend the time and energy to create new frames solely for a handful of cards variant promos. Considering Wizards of the Coast tends to work at least 2-3 years ahead of the scheduled releases that we see, I believe we can interpret these frames as hints of what is to come in the near future.
We are long overdue for a return to Tarkir (it's been nearly a decade since the release of Khans of Tarkir) and by the time it's 2024, it will be 5 years since we've had a set on Ravnica (Dominaria and Eldraine returns were scheduled in a shorter time frame).
I believe that there are already new cards being worked on internally that will use these frames for planned Tarkir and Ravnica sets. I anticipate we'll see returns to these sets sometime in the years 2024 and 2025. I also believe the player reception to the frames on these cards could influence if they are tweaked or modified at all.
Additionally, I believe the upcoming The Lost Caverns of Ixalan set (scheduled for release later this year in Q4) will use the new showcase frame from March of the Machine (i.e. Captain Lannery Storm, Ghalta and Mavren). My understanding is this has been confirmed by Wizards already.
Here are some questions to consider for discussion:
  1. Do you expect Magic will return to Tarkir and/or Ravnica sometime in the next two years or so? Why or why not?
  2. What do you think of the showcase frames for Tarkir and Ravnica in the March of the Machine set?
  3. If we were to return to Ravnica in a future set, what would you like in that set (i.e. characters, mechanics, lore points, tropes)?
  4. If we were to return to Tarkir in a future set, what would you like in that set (i.e. characters, mechanics, lore points, tropes)?
Note: This post is a crosspost from the official Magic subreddit from a few months ago.
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2023.05.28 16:03 Doruko Scryfall's images relate TLOTR's journey

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2023.05.28 15:36 igororoba Way to filter by collection ?

With some do the decks I make I want to be able to filter the scryfall search to only hit my collection. Can someone tell me How to do It? I know archideckt has a way to do that so i'm guessing moxfield also has
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2023.05.28 12:02 xaleyhopx Deification (Halofoil) wording is different

Not too sure which flair to use, so apologies to mods in advance!!!
Just realised that the wording on the halo foil Deification is different from any other version.
It states:
"As long as you control a creature, if damage dealt to a planeswalker you control of the chosen type would result in all of its loyalty counters being removed, instead all but one of those counters are removed."
The other versions, as well as oracle text, state it's: "As long as you control a creature, if damage dealt to a planeswalker you control of the chosen type would result in all loyalty counters on it being removed, instead all but one of those counters are removed."
Thought interesting to point that out. Anyone found any other cards that have this "issue"?
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2023.05.28 08:50 stormybaker Proteus Machine (foils)

I like foil Proteus Machine for under $5. While ordinarily a fairly crap card, it's an auto-include in all EDH decks with Yedora, Grave Gardener as the commander. With any sac outlet and Yedora on board, Proteus Machine can create infinite green mana. And if that sac outlets happens to be Evolutionary Leap, so much the better--just go find a Walking Ballista ftw.
A foil uncommon from Scourge, I think Proteus Machine has enough scarcity to make it a good investment. In my opinion, of course. I think it's unlikely that Proteus Machine gets a reprint anytime soon, given that it isn't a generically good card and it only belongs in Yedora decks. I have a position of 12 copies, which I'm expecting to sell for $10-$15 in the future.
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2023.05.28 06:42 jimnah- Is this a misprint?

Is this a misprint?
Going through my collection and noticed that my Mirisi has an odd white spot that the card isn't meant to have. The card's otherwise in great condition, so would love to know if this is a misprint, or just an odd spot.
And either way, any idea how it might affect the value?
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2023.05.28 02:59 AcrobaticDependent35 I created Card Cognition, where you can optimize commander decks quickly

I created Card Cognition, where you can optimize commander decks quickly
API Endpoint for everyone here in the developer page, it’s a good complement to the Scryfall API.
It’s better than EDHREC because it uses multiplicative scoring, which highlights underrepresented/sleeper cards rather than pushing popular stuff like Sol Ring.
Try it out, let me know what you think!
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2023.05.28 01:38 resUscrawcaB Help with EDH to catch up with others at LGS

I went to my local LGS for a few games last night and got absolutely steamrolled, buried my sorrows in a Strixhaven pack (Gotta feed the pack gambling addictions somehow) and pulled [[Beledros]], I have a deck list but I need help finding better inclusions and a clean cut strategy to be on near same level with the big players
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2023.05.27 22:13 TweenyTodd Scryfall for Omnath Locus of All

I'm trying to generate a list in scryfall or anywhere for all of the cards that will satisfy [[Omnath, Locus of All]] mana generation. I've looked over this thread but am having a hard time figuring out if there is an easy way to see them, given that colors>=3 wouldn't work, because it also would add mana for monocolored cards with more than two mana symbols like [[Invoke Calamity]]. Has anyone seen the list or advanced search that would help?
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2023.05.27 15:56 burnThisDamnAccount Mirri the Cursed

Working on a monoblack Voltron deck with [[Mirri the Cursed]] at the helm. Ended up getting her out of a hat randomly for a deckbuilding tournament, and while I'm a big monoblack fan, Voltron is not a theme in black I'm very familiar with. Looking around, there aren't a ton of decklists out there to get ideas from, and the ones that do exist are all basically the same.
Was perusing Scryfall this morning, and looking at different equipment and auras, and wasn't finding much outside of flat card benefits, and was hoping others had ideas for some good synergy I could build into this deck.
Flair requires a decklist, so here's a list of cards I've been collecting:
Appreciate any input!
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2023.05.27 12:00 metamagic-bot Legacy Meta Update for 4/22-5/27/23

There were 74 "Ur Delver" decks:
4 Brainstorm (online)
1 Brazen Borrower (online)
1 Chain Lightning (online)
4 Daze (online)
4 Delver of Secrets (online)
4 Dragon's Rage Channeler (online)
2 Flooded Strand (online)
4 Force of Will (online)
1 Island (online)
4 Lightning Bolt (online)
4 Mishra's Bauble (online)
2 Misty Rainforest (online)
4 Murktide Regent (online)
1 Mystic Sanctuary (online)
2 Polluted Delta (online)
4 Ponder (online)
3 Scalding Tarn (online)
1 Spell Pierce (online)
1 Steam Vents (online)
1 Unholy Heat (online)
4 Volcanic Island (online)
4 Wasteland (online)
There were 63 "8-Cast" decks:
1 Aether Spellbomb (online)
4 Ancient Tomb (online)
4 Chalice of the Void (online)
4 Emry, Lurker of the Loch (online)
4 Force of Will (online)
2 Island (online)
2 Kappa Cannoneer (online)
4 Lotus Petal (online)
4 Mishra's Bauble (online)
4 Mox Opal (online)
2 Otawara, Soaring City (online)
1 Pithing Needle (online)
3 Sai, Master Thopterist (online)
4 Seat of the Synod (online)
1 Shadowspear (online)
4 Thought Monitor (online)
4 Thoughtcast (online)
4 Urza's Bauble (online)
4 Urza's Saga (online)
There were 45 "Reanimator" decks:
4 Animate Dead (online)
3 Archon of Cruelty (online)
1 Atraxa, Grand Unifier (online)
2 Badlands (online)
2 Bloodstained Mire (online)
4 Dark Ritual (online)
4 Entomb (online)
4 Exhume (online)
4 Faithless Looting (online)
4 Grief (online)
3 Griselbrand (online)
4 Lotus Petal (online)
2 Marsh Flats (online)
2 Polluted Delta (online)
4 Reanimate (online)
1 Scrubland (online)
1 Serra's Emissary (online)
2 Swamp (online)
2 Thoughtseize (online)
1 Underground Sea (online)
4 Unmask (online)
2 Verdant Catacombs (online)
There were 40 "Cephalid Breakfast" decks:
4 Brainstorm (online)
1 Cabal Therapy (online)
4 Cephalid Illusionist (online)
3 Daze (online)
1 Dread Return (online)
4 Flooded Strand (online)
4 Force of Will (online)
2 Island (online)
1 Kaldra Compleat (online)
1 Marsh Flats (online)
1 Misty Rainforest (online)
3 Narcomoeba (online)
3 Nomads en-Kor (online)
1 Plains (online)
4 Polluted Delta (online)
4 Ponder (online)
2 Shuko (online)
2 Step Through (online)
3 Stoneforge Mystic (online)
3 Teferi, Time Raveler (online)
1 Thassa's Oracle (online)
3 Tundra (online)
2 Underground Sea (online)
3 Urza's Saga (online)
There were 40 "Sneak Show" decks:
3 Ancient Tomb (online)
2 Atraxa, Grand Unifier (online)
4 Brainstorm (online)
2 City of Traitors (online)
3 Daze (online)
3 Emrakul, the Aeons Torn (online)
2 Flooded Strand (online)
4 Force of Will (online)
2 Griselbrand (online)
3 Island (online)
4 Lotus Petal (online)
2 Misty Rainforest (online)
1 Mountain (online)
1 Omniscience (online)
2 Polluted Delta (online)
4 Ponder (online)
2 Preordain (online)
4 Scalding Tarn (online)
4 Show and Tell (online)
1 Simian Spirit Guide (online)
4 Sneak Attack (online)
3 Volcanic Island (online)
There were 38 "Painter" decks:
4 Ancient Tomb (online)
1 Breya's Apprentice (online)
1 Chaos Defiler (online)
2 City of Traitors (online)
4 Fable of the Mirror-Breaker (online)
2 Fury (online)
4 Goblin Engineer (online)
4 Goblin Welder (online)
3 Great Furnace (online)
2 Grindstone (online)
3 Lightning Bolt (online)
3 Lotus Petal (online)
8 Mountain (online)
1 Mox Opal (online)
4 Painter's Servant (online)
1 Phyrexian Dragon Engine (online)
3 Pyroblast (online)
3 Red Elemental Blast (online)
2 Simian Spirit Guide (online)
1 Soul-Guide Lantern (online)
4 Urza's Saga (online)
There were 37 "Death & Taxes" decks:
4 Aether Vial (online)
1 Batterskull (online)
1 Eiganjo, Seat of the Empire (online)
2 Flickerwisp (online)
1 Kaldra Compleat (online)
4 Karakas (online)
1 Lion Sash (online)
1 Loran of the Third Path (online)
4 Mother of Runes (online)
7 Plains (online)
4 Recruiter of the Guard (online)
4 Rishadan Port (online)
2 Skyclave Apparition (online)
4 Solitude (online)
3 Spirit of the Labyrinth (online)
4 Stoneforge Mystic (online)
4 Swords to Plowshares (online)
4 Thalia, Guardian of Thraben (online)
1 Umezawa's Jitte (online)
4 Wasteland (online)
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2023.05.27 12:00 mtg_is_a_drug Cards for Training Grounds and Omen Hawker deck

Im trying to build a standard deck that will make use of those 2 one drops. Can anyone help me search on scryfall for standard cards that have an activated ability that costs mana? For Training Grounds it’s gotta be only creature cards. So two separate searches would be great.
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2023.05.26 17:02 PizzaTotino Any thoughts where I should bring my Glistening Oil warriors next?

Any thoughts where I should bring my Glistening Oil warriors next?
2nd Necron paint, 3rd paint overall! Spent a lot of time and discovered a lot of new techniques painting up these warriors, inspired by Phyrexian mtg cards like Glistening Oil and Phyrexian Unlife, and they're getting where I want to get them, but I'm a bit stumped on the gun.
I've just finished painting a Szarekhan dynasty unit of warriors with full-on Tesseract Glow, so I could do that as the easy way out (esp with that hint of green glow in the Glistening Oil card art) but I just know a red glow would pop on these. I'm very tight on budget, but I do have red oil paint I'm considering experimenting with - a red oil wash to fill the cracks of the gun like Tesseract Glow does maybe?
Open to ideas!
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2023.05.26 15:27 poynz13 Turning a Random Card into a Budget EDH Deck (Doubling Season)

“Double or Nothing!”
Welcome to another edition of a random card being turned into an EDH Deck! Every Friday I create a budget (<$100) EDH Deck based entirely around a random card that I pull from (or that is suggested by someone else, either way it’s still random to me). I would love it if anyone has any suggestions for future random cards/decks or just wants to share their own experiences with any cards or decks discussed, I think this is a ton of fun.
Random Card of the Week (Image Download Link)
Random Card of the Week (Scryfall Link)
Deck List
Deck Tech/Gameplay Video: (Volo, Itinerant Scholar & Master Chef vs Glissa Sunslayer vs Brimaz, Blight of Oreskos vs Errant and Giada)
This week’s deck uses [[Doubling Season]] as our random card, [[Volo, Itinerant Scholar]] as the commander, and [[Master Chef]] as the background. When I first spun into Doubling Season as the random card I almost skipped it because I didn’t think it would actually be possible to build a deck that’s under $100 when we have to drop $88 on one card, especially because I take basic lands into account for the budget and they’re rarely less than 3-4 cents each. However, I did the math and figured out that as long as each card was, on average, 12 cents or less, we could actually make this deck work. Luckily, there are a ton of powerful cards that care about +1/+1 counters that are also pretty cheap. [[Loyal Guardian]], [[Vorel of the Hull Clade]], and [[Renata, Called to the Hunt]] all help us consistently put +1/+1 counters on our creatures while cards like [[Forgotten Ancient]], [[Vastwood Surge]], and [[Invigorating Surge]] help us put a large burst of counters onto a creature.
Once we’ve got a bunch of counters on our creatures, the next step is to make sure we can keep increasing them. Thankfully, All Will be One recently made a bunch of proliferate spells really cheap. [[Thrummingbird]], [[Expand the Sphere]], and [[Ezuri, Stalker of Spheres]] all let us add a significant amount of power to our board very quickly. The real problem I ran into while building this deck is that the vast majority of traditional ramp pieces were out of budget. We couldn’t play the normal green land ramp or even most of the mana rocks. Instead, I bumped up the land count and ran as many [[Explore]] effects as possible, letting us draw cards while putting additional lands into play. [[Growth Spiral]], [[Urban Evolution]], and, my personal favorite, [[Joint Exploration]] all put in a ton of work to make sure we’re capable of casting our spells. Finally, we need to make sure we can win the game. Whether it’s through flooding the board by drawing as many cards as possible (with [[Fathom Mage]] and our commander, Volo) or just giving our creatures a massive boost to their power before swinging in (with [[End-Raze Forerunners]] or [[Cultivator of Blades]]) we’re able to outvalue our opponents, even with our miniscule budget, and win some games.
In the end, this deck came in at $97.14 obviously with Doubling Season being the most expensive card at $85.79. Normally, I would never suggest cutting the card of the week to improve a deck but, honestly, this time that’s probably your best option. Doubling Season is incredibly powerful and can easily supercharge the deck but it is technically unnecessary. So, if you decide to put this deck together and replace Doubling Season with another +1/+1 counter card then you’re looking at a total deck price of ~$10. I can’t even really suggest cutting the second most expensive card because that’s [[Aetherize]] at $0.58.
On the other hand, if you don’t mind increasing the budget and want some suggestions for out of budget upgrades, plus what I would take out, then I’ve got you covered. The upgrades I would suggest are to put in [[Tekuthal, Inquiry Dominus]] ($3.06) for [[Man-o’-War]] and [[Herald of Secret Streams]] ($5.04) for [[Migratory Greathorn]]. Normally, I wouldn’t be able to suggest $3-5 cards in the “out-of-budget” section but this time we can. Tekuthal doubles all of our proliferate, making it a strong upgrade for all of our creatures with counters on them while Herald gives us the ability to skip any blocking and move straight to doing the damage to our opponents.
Thanks for checking out the deck and reading about it/watching the video! I hope you all like it and if you think there are improvements to be made, if you have suggestions, or just want to chat about it, then let me know. Also, a quick plug: if you want to guarantee that your suggestions get turned into decks or a variety of other benefits (including access to a discord channel to play in the games, help build the decks, getting the decklists a week early, and one of the random cards shipped to you every month) then check me out on
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2023.05.26 12:03 metamagic-bot Color Spotlight for 5/26/2023: Mono-White

4 Adeline, Resplendent Cathar (online)
4 Cavern of Souls (online)
4 Champion of the Parish (online)
3 Chancellor of the Annex (online)
4 Dauntless Bodyguard (online)
1 Eiganjo Castle (online)
2 Eiganjo, Seat of the Empire (online)
4 Emeria's Call (online)
4 Esper Sentinel (online)
4 Luminarch Aspirant (online)
4 Mutavault (online)
6 Plains (online)
4 Shining Shoal (online)
4 Solitude (online)
4 Thalia's Lieutenant (online)
4 Thalia, Guardian of Thraben (online)
Death and Taxes:
4 Aether Vial (online)
3 Archon of Emeria (online)
1 Batterskull (online)
2 Eiganjo, Seat of the Empire (online)
3 Emeria's Call (online)
4 Ephemerate (online)
3 Field of Ruin (online)
2 Flickerwisp (online)
4 Ghost Quarter (online)
4 Giver of Runes (online)
1 Kaldra Compleat (online)
4 Leonin Arbiter (online)
1 Lion Sash (online)
9 Plains (online)
3 Skyclave Apparition (online)
3 Solitude (online)
4 Stoneforge Mystic (online)
1 Sword of Fire and Ice (online)
4 Thalia, Guardian of Thraben (online)
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2023.05.26 03:12 MattBurr86 What are some combos currently in Standard you think people dont talk or use often enough?

For example: I think Bloated Contaminator + Kodama of the West Tree; + and Roaring Earth.
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2023.05.26 01:47 bearrosaurus Data geeks and drafters, can you explain what's up with the win rates of these cards?
An effect that I wanted to call the "Desynchronize Problem" but the first time I noticed this was in the inaugural 17lands set: MID's Neonate's Rush was in a borderline unplayable color and had a very high win rate for hard to explain reasons. A similar pattern has continued to pop up a lot in the recent sets. The worst color has this random bottom pick common that has a hugely inflated win rate. MOM actually has two now.
Set Garbage Card GIH Win Rate
MID Neonate's Rush 56.4% (top red common)
DMU Goblin Picker 56.0%
BRO Desyncronize 57.0%
ONE Chrome Prowler 55.5% (top blue common)
SIR Make Mischief 55.1%
MOM Marauding Dreadship 55.4%
MOM Arachnoid Adaptation 55.8% (top green common)
You can squint and say some of these are okay and have a role to fill, but it's a hard sell to say they're among the top commons of their color.
The thing that really bothers me is that I see content creators pull up 17lands and they point to Desync or Dreadship and say "look out for this card, the data says it's really good!" but I'm going to be stubborn here and say these are NOT good cards. They're barely okay. More over, they are bottom picks in the worst color, it's bad advice to tell people to pick these, read these as signals, or in any way compare them to good cards. But I can't blame someone for wanting to give a data-driven take. The best thing to track down is: what is the exact reason why they have such good stats??? And is there any way to weed them out?
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2023.05.25 19:34 redditvlli Is there a website that can search for cards that are visually similar?

Hi all. I was wondering if there was a way to search Scryfall or Gatherer for cards whose arts appear to have the same style or appear visually similar like Google's Image search. I'd like to find a series of cards that look alike to display but there's so many different arts now that the only way I could do it is with a search engine. Does one exist? Thanks!
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2023.05.25 17:26 Dericwadleigh Reminding us that this is a magic sub, let's discuss a card: Delaying Shield

[[Delaying Shield]]
Somehow, in all the time I've played magic (Mostly Commander) I have never come across another player playing this card. Why not?
In my opinion, on a powerscale from [[Apocalypse Chime]] to [[Time Walk]] this card is a solid 6. It's never going to win you the game, but it also succeeds at flying under the radar against most opponents while actively leeching value from them. Players rarely see this card as a huge threat because, well you still have to take the damage if you don't want to tap all your mana out. They stop thinking as such when they try to hit you with their [[Blightsteel Colossus]] combo. It does not prevent the damage, merely replaces it, so damage can't be prevented doesn't work. It continually turns off things your opponents do.
Let me make a list here of things that it will turn off:
-Monarch theft
-All on-hit equipment like the swords, [[jitte]], [[Elbrus]], or [[Quietus Spike]]
-All on-hit creature abilities like [[Niv-Mizzet, Dracogenius]] or [[Phage]] or [[Ashling, The Extinguisher]]
-All poison
-All commander damage
-Many damage-based infinite combos.
Without removal, it guarantees you will always at least make it to your next untap and upkeep. With another piece like [[Solemnity]] you can't take damage, or with a sac outlet or [[Flicker of Fate]] it becomes a get-out-of-jail card. In red with a [[Braid of Fire]] and any source of color fixing like a [[Gemstone Array]] it can become a damage sponge. There are tons of ways to abuse delaying shield.
So to wrap up, what cards have you all found that perform exceptionally well and yet you never seem to see them around? What interesting thing would you like to share with the rest of us that should see more play? What are your opinions on delaying shield itself? Have you ever played it or seen it played before?
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2023.05.25 09:46 suddenandsevere What are some cards that wipe my board for benefits?

So I’m building [[Old Rutstein]], leaning into reanimating stuff through self-mill as well as taking advantage of his ability to get a ton of tokens out. Stuff like [[Culling Ritual]], [[Reprocess]] or [[Demon of Dark Schemes]] are some of the best fits I’ve found, getting rid of all my junk tokens for mana/energy/draw. Cards like [[Body Count]] look good too, but there’s only so many of that kind of effect I’m considering since they don’t kill my things on their own.
The scryfall tagger is only so helpful, so I figured here would be a good place to ask for any suggestions for a sort of niche effect. Thanks in advance for any help!
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2023.05.25 04:59 danio13 [Deck Critique]MTG Arena Citizens

This is my current Citizen Deck.
Also I was wondering what I could do to convert this deck into a Cabaretti (RGW) Citizen deck, if it's possible. (Maybe for paper magic too)
I am open to non-citizen cards, like Resolute Reinforcements and Join the Dance
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2023.05.24 18:00 Daemonscharm Help turning my jeskai artifacts/storm deck into an esper artifacts creature deck

Here is my current list and I’m wanting to change it to [[Urza, Chief Artificer]]
Basically this was more of an experiment for me to see what I liked better but I determined I simply don’t like Jeskai and am not in love with the commander
I know I need to basically remove all red and a lot of chaff but I do plan on adding:
[[wurmcoil engine]] [[myr retriever]] [[scrap trawler]]
As well as other various black staples like the tutors and possibly [[sword of sinew and steel]] but was curious about what other artifact creatures to look for, which ones to not carry over and basically any tips for building this kind of deck from my current deck
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