Muktol

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For me, this looks like a [[Barrage of Expendables]] deck. [[Sling-Gang Lieutenant]] is a better and worse [[Barrage of Expendables]]. Better because you don't have to pay mana to deal damage and yo gain life, worse, because he's a creature that can get removed easier than an enchantment. Either play him 4 times or cut him for Barrage.
[[Goblin Warchief]] could be traded for e.g. [[Goblin Chieftain]].
Personally I would remove [[Skirk Prospector]] for a simple reason: You don't need mass-mana here and you don't need acceleration on cost of your ammunition.
[[Mogg War Marshal]], [[Boggart Birth Rite]], [[Cauldron Haze]] are some other suggestions.

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Posted 24 March 2020 at 07:39 as a comment on B/R Goblins

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Why only 40 cards?
[[Arms Dealer]] and [[Massive Raid]] provide goblins wit a good way to deal with enemy creatures or with your opponent directly.
Personally I would remove [[Hulking Devil]] and [[Hyena Pack]] for e.g. [[Dragon Fodder]] or [[Krenko's Command]]. If you want to make your deck even more aggressive and mass-based then [[Raid Bombardment]] could be worth a look.
[[Searing Spear]] (or any cc2 mana/ 3 damage spell) instead of [[Precision Bolt]]

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Posted 19 March 2020 at 16:54 as a comment on Combustable Goblins

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[[Grand Architect]] or [[Vedalken Engineer]] could also speed up your play a little bit.
[[Perpetual Timepiece]] could also be an idea as you can search it with [[Tribute Mage]] and it prevents you from having no cards to draw. Nothing more frustrating than [[Blood Artist]] being the last 3 cards and thus you can't finish your opponent.

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Posted 10 March 2020 at 16:55 as a comment on Build The TARDIS

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You only need a creature ([[Invisible Stalker]], because of the hexproof), [[Wolfhunter's Quiver]] equipped to it and [[Hidden Strings]] in your hand. Your creature does need to be free of summoning sickness or have haste.
Mainphase 1 or 2:
Tap your creature to let it deal 1 damage to your opponent.
Cast [[Hidden Strings]], targeting the creature
Repeat until your opponents are defeated.
Just be aware that this doesn't count as commander damage as this would have to be be combat damage.

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Posted 01 March 2020 at 14:07 as a comment on Help me pls

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"I'm not sure what the rules are for endless life combos as far as who wins."
In the combo is endless and you can't stop it (like whenever you get life do X, when this happens you gain life) it's a draw.

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Posted 23 February 2020 at 20:41 as a comment on "Give my creation life!!!"

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Personally I would rather use [[Gideon's Company]] (or [[Leonin Warleader]]) instead of [[Palace Guard]].
Like SeriousPaul mentioned, I would definitely switch [[Suture Priest]] for [[Authority of the Consuls]]. You don't loose any offensive because you gain life when your opponent puts a creature on the battlefield, thus strengthening yourself and [[Ajani's Pridemate]]. You also prefent your opponent from blocking with this creature, making your deck even more aggressive.
[[Armored Ascension]] seems a little bit of an overkill in this deck to me. Using [[Cobbled Wings]] or [[Angelic Gift]] (/[[Call to Serve]], [[Gryff's Boon]], or any other cheap card that provides a creature with fyling)

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Posted 22 February 2020 at 15:00 as a comment on Pridemate Lifegain

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I would include something (at last in the sideboard) to be able to interact directly with your opponent: [[Bone Splinters]], [[Smallpox]] or [[Tragic Slip]] are some good candidates.
[[Evolving Wilds]], or its more expensive variants like [[Verdant Catacombs]], [[Bloodstained Mire]] and so on, can be used to trigger your [[Bloodghast]] more often.
[[Cauldron Haze]] can be a nasty surprise for your opponent when [[Grave Pact]] is on the field or when he tries to remove one of your creatures. [[Undying Evil]] would only target a single creature but provide it with a +1/+1 counter instead of -1/-1 counters for all.
Last, [[Undercity Informer]] can convert your deck from draining an opponent to death to milling him, also maybe a sideboard option.

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 12 February 2020 at 09:33 as a comment on Mono Black Vampires Sacrifice

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Personally I would try to reduce the diversity of your creatures a little bit. Normally Merfolk tries to be rather fast so I would try to concentrate on the 1-3 mana mana creatures/ cards. Also cards like [[Mist-Cloaked Herald]] or [[Stonybrook Banneret]] could be trated for some (more) lords like [[Lord of Atlantis]], [[Master of the Pearl Trident]], [[Merfolk Sovereign]] or [[Merrow Reejerey]].
Last I would remove [[Counterspell]] for something modern legal like [[Mana Leak]] as you might someday take this deck to a local (modern) match and can't because of one card.

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 06 February 2020 at 07:20 as a comment on Blue Merfolk

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With [[Wild Defiance]] only at 0.86$ average (I nearly choked my lunch seeing this) I would use it 4 times in this deck.
I'm no big fan of [[Epic Confrontation]] and the "fight" mechanic. Domri's Ambush or [[Rabid Bite]] are more to my liking because your creature is safe from your opponents damage. [[Wild Defiance]] lessens this risk but why take it anyway when there are alternatives?
I have used [[Markov Blademaster]] in my vampire deck, but this deck ha a whole ton (nearly 40% of it's cards) of removal and made sure you could actually reach your opponent with the Blademaster. Without proper support it's an expensive 1/1 with double strike that gets killed way to easily. You could replace it with [[Prophetic Flamespeaker]] or [[Storm Fleet Swashbuckler]].

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Posted 05 February 2020 at 12:48 as a comment on BD: The Bully (Beginner)

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What about adding some imprison-enchantments like [[Baffling End]] (or [[On Thin Ice]] with some snowlands)? this way you can interact with threats your opponent puts on the field.

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Posted 28 January 2020 at 21:58 as a comment on G/W Enchantments Pioneer

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As this is a rather specialised strategy I would add a description of how to use the colour-change and karma ability to the "how to play" section.
You will run into some problems against multi-coloured deck because they only play as few basic lands as are needed and rely on special lands (like you do) to give them the proper mana when needed. Your only option here is to shut one colour down with [[Swirl the Mists]], so I would up the number of this to 4.

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Posted 20 January 2020 at 13:21 in reply to #628807 on Masked Fox

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Why [[Tetsuko Umezawa, Fugitive]] and not [[Master of the Pearl Trident]]? if you have Testuko and [[Lord of Atlantis]] on the field this will cancel Tetsuko's effect.

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Posted 14 January 2020 at 08:38 as a comment on UNBLOCKABLE

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Just stumbled upon [[Claim the Firstborn]]. Should also work fine here.

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Posted 09 January 2020 at 16:30 in reply to #629243 on You got some Sac?

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I would add something that can sacrifice without paying mana. [[Nantuko Husk]], [[Bloodthrone Vampire]] or, if you prefer a slower but enduring strengthening, [[Bloodflow Connoisseur]]. This enables you to play one of your hijack spells and still sacrifice the stolen creature, even if you have no mana left. If you want to gain some life to pump your [[Wall of Flesh]] then [[Disciple of Griselbrand]] could be an option, tough sacrificing with this one costs you {1} mana per creature.
If you're not up for a real aggressive strategy then I would replace [[Hellspark Elemental]] with [[Mogg War Marshal]]. Costs the same but you can sacrifice 3 creatures if you need to.
As for your hijack spells: I would definitely replace [[Act of Treason]] with [[Kari Zev's Expertise]]. [[Harness by Force]] could be replaced with [[Mob Rule]]. [[Wrangle]] only cost's 2 mana, but has some target-restrictions, while [[Traitorous Instinct]] works very good with [[Fling]]. [[Enthralling Victor]] is on the high-side with mana-costs of {3}[R} but he brings a good body that can defend you or attack an opponent and steals a creature.
[[Altar's Reap]] and [[Collateral Damage]] are two good support spells that fit into the deck.

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 09 January 2020 at 07:50 as a comment on You got some Sac?

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[[Grateful Apparition]] and [[Hardened Scales]]
[[Servant of the Scale]] can save you a lot of +1/+1 counters when it dies.

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Posted 04 January 2020 at 18:40 as a comment on Bolster

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[[Colossal Majesty] instead of [[Elemental Bond]] maybe?
[[Autumn's Veil]] could be a way to protect the rest of your spells against counterspells.

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Posted 04 January 2020 at 15:33 as a comment on 20minDeckIdea:Epitome of Green

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What about [[Pride of Conquerors]] instead of [[Borrowed Grace]].
[[Crash Through]] can also come in handy to make sure your creatures pass through your opponent's defence.

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Posted 17 December 2019 at 09:51 as a comment on Boros Pyromancer (Pioneer)

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A deck and how-to-play description would be a good idea here.

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Posted 10 December 2019 at 09:48 as a comment on Speed Flu

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A short deck-description would be a good addition.

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Posted 10 December 2019 at 09:46 as a comment on Clans of Innistrad

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What about [[Hero of Bladehold]] instead of [[Entrapment Maneuver]]? Loose a removal, gain a valuable creature (which sadly isn't a soldier itself) and modern legality?
[[Haazda Marshal]] or [[Precinct Captain]] could also be an option instead of [[Champion of the Parish]].

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Posted 05 December 2019 at 13:56 as a comment on Soldiers

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