I know this is a forum for MTG, but for real, Idles fucking rocks.
I'm not on reddit, and so I can't scream this into that particular void, but:
I put Throes of Chaos in Kykar and I think it's awesome. Two Kykar spirit triggers, guaranteed +2 to your storm count, and if I draw a dead land late game I can retrace it. Plus with all the cast-trigger abilities in the deck (Young P, Monastery Mentor, Sunbird's invocation, etc) it can kick the whole deck into a winning turn.
So, here's a question: Is it worth it trying to build The Gitrog Monster if I don't own Azusa, Wayward Swordtooth, Life from the Loam, etc? Like, I think I could do a halfway decent job, but I don't own the cards that really make that kind of deck sing. If I don't build Gitfrog I'll probably just revamp my old Meren deck.
Anyone have any advice on a Volrath the Shapestealer deck? I had all these big ideas, and what I ended up building seems kinda lackluster. Please and thank you!
My DnD campaign recently has been a bit of a joyless slog. We've gotten to the point where it kinda feels like players v DM. Running out of patience. Like, we know that a complete team kill is a possibility, but I don't know if I'm interested in rolling a new char just so we can keep playing this nonstop grind.
I know this ain't an anthropological forum, but I thought this was a pretty neat article for MtG and D&D folks.
Just a simple, country horde leader
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