Mox Zirconia

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Mox Zirconia last won the day on April 22 2017

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  1. Teamspeak or Ventrilo in 2017 I think.
  2. And now there are 2 cards I would add to this, one from Ixalan that was just spoiled today! Nevinyrral's Disk (because it slipped my mind last time) Thaumatic Compass ( which I predict will become an instant EDH must-include.
  3. These are the cards that I always start with no matter what commander I'm building. These will make it in 99% of my decks, and only get cut late if absolutely need be. Ashnod's Altar Vedalkan Orrery Sol Ring Thought Vessel Lightning Greaves Swiftfoot Boots
  4. I think a lot of people have forgotten how good the Eldrazi are. I'm thinking Thought-Knot Seer, Reality Smasher, and I'll probably finally be able to afford Ulamog.
  5. cube

    no idea but i'm super impressed. i also have a fake conspiracy 2 "cube" that is stock booster packs made re-usable.
  6. I enjoyed Star Trek Online for the time that I played it. Thought it was pretty solid. Like a lot of MMORPG's once you max out there isn't much to do so you kinda fade out. I would try it though.
  7. Ooh sweet you can see my decks too! All my secrets! All the bad ideas! They're on the internetz! (that Kalitas EDH deck is surprisingly awesome BTW)
  8. You know, I haven't added anything to those lists, but I should at least add in what's in my binder. Empty tradelist: Can you see my inventory? No idea if it's public or not.
  9. I added 11k cards to deckbox, pretty much all at once, and boy am I glad I did. Yes it took a while, but I was able to throw out a bunch of junk commons and clean things nicely, and now when I brew a deck I can just paste it in and see which cards I'm missing. Sooo nice to just know. Once you master the hotkeys and the shortcuts to entering, it actually goes pretty fast.
  10. standard

    This is by far the best deck we've brewed that beats marvel consistently. Needs help though. The balance is wrong. Link: Land (24) 2x Blighted Fen 3x Canyon Slough 3x Foreboding Ruins 2x Hanweir Battlements 7x Mountain 2x Smoldering Marsh 5x Swamp Instant (9) 4x Altar's Reap 2x Fatal Push 3x Fling Sorcery (15) 3x Bone Splinters 3x Hijack 4x Kari Zev's Expertise 1x Morbid Curiosity 4x Wrangle Creature (12) 3x Bone Picker 1x Defiant Salvager 2x Eldrazi Obligator 3x Scrapheap Scrounger 3x Yahenni, Undying Partisan Sideboard (6) 1x Flaying Tendrils 1x Fling 1x Kalitas, Traitor of Ghet 1x Sweltering Suns 1x Unlicensed Disintegration 1x Yahenni's Expertise Things we learned in testing (this is the first draft list): Scrapheap Scrounger and Eldrazi Obligator aren't good enough. Want to swap them out for more control, either hand disruption or Cut // Ribbons It plays really slow, so Morbid Curiosity actually over performed, and we should add more of these. Right now this list folds to blue control strategies, and token decks can get around it (hence the sweepers we tried out in the sideboard) the fix for this needs to be developed. Consistently won rounds where we stole and sacrificed an Ulamog easily. sometimes flinging it at opponent after attacking, sometimes drawing 10 cards off of it. I think Marvel can be beat.
  11. welcome! glad you're here.
  12. It was great last weekend when Wedge called out some of you guys. Can those of you whom he featured last week encourage him to use #FridayMTG today?
  13. We will be releasing a new webseries pilot on June 7th, once it's out, would love it if you could help us promote it. (but only if you like it, and think it's good)
  14. This week we talk about how our insane threaten and fling deck turned out, and then pick two decks to tune up in preparation for GP Vegas! We talk about how the meta game has changed since we first brewed them, and pack the best artifact removal we can get through airport security. Here is where you can find all of our decks on tappedout so you can follow along with our discussions (we put cards that we talk about on the podcast in the maybeboard for you to reference as we go): Here's the link to the deck we brewed last week: We decided to tune our Nissa, Steward of Elements deck. Link here: We also tuned our Jund Discard deck. Link to the new version here: You can help us out by upvoting the decks! Also please remember to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, and give us a review! We are also very active on twitter, you can follow us at Read more at View the full article
  15. Welcome!