Muktol

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But [[Neurok Stealthsuit]] can be attached with instant speed, a big advantage over the two enchantments.

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Posted 27 September 2018 at 18:37 in reply to #618144 on Who needs a library anyway?

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I would use [[Fabricate]] instead of [[Divination]] to get Leveler in your hand. 2 copies of Leveler should then be enough in the deck.
[[Neurok Stealthsuit]] or [[Lightning Greaves]] to protect the Maniac.
Personally I'm using a mono blue deck with this strategy with [[Mana Leak]], [[Rune Snag]] and [[Drift of Phantasms]] to search for the Maniac.

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 26 September 2018 at 08:43 as a comment on Who needs a library anyway?

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There are some equipments with a better mana/ power ratio than the ones you're currently using:
[[Bone Saw]], [[Bonesplitter]], [[Honed Khopesh]] or [[Short Sword]]. [[Horned Helm]] could also be an option to give one of you're creatures trample.

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 21 September 2018 at 21:32 as a comment on White Equipment Synergy Pauper

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3 of your 4 decks are tagged pauper but aren't pauper decks Legobis.

Here are the official rules for pauper decks (https://magic.wizards.com/en/game-info/gameplay/formats/pauper):
In this Magic Online format, all cards must have been printed at common rarity in a Magic Online set or product. Common promo cards are only legal if the card meets that qualification. If a common version of a particular card was ever released on Magic Online, any version of that card is legal in this format.
Example: [[Counterspell]] was a common card in Seventh Edition Core Set online. Counterspell was reprinted in Masters Edition II with an uncommon expansion symbol. Both versions of the card can now be used in pauper.
Other than that, the usual rules for constructed decks apply.

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Posted 13 September 2018 at 09:58 in reply to #617830 on Sauron's Forces

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Personally I would remove [[Cathar's Shield]] for [[Swiftfoot Boots]] to have some sort of protection for your precious creatures. [[Flayer Husk]] could be replaced with [[Shuko]] or [[Honed Khopesh]]/ [[Short Sword]] as they are cheaper to equip. [[Cranial Plating]] could also be worth a look.

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 10 September 2018 at 07:06 as a comment on with the right equipment

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[[Vampire Hexmage]] won't be able to target an exiled card as it is not a permanent:
110.1. A permanent is a card or token on the battlefield. A permanent remains on the battlefield indefinitely. A card or token becomes a
permanent as it enters the battlefield and it stops being a permanent as it’s moved to another zone by an effect or rule

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Posted 07 September 2018 at 08:22 as a comment on Hexmage Suspend

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2 [[Viridian Emissary]] (with 2 more in the sideboard) could be an option instead of [[Rampant Growth]]. Or perhaps [[Sakura-Tribe Elder]] instead of the Emissary as he can be sacrificed any time and is of use even against less aggressive decks.

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Posted 29 August 2018 at 13:07 in reply to #617528 on monoG: Dungrove Elder Armor

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[[Force of Nature]] is not a common card in any edition. (http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Printings.aspx?multiverseid=3977) If you want a strong creature wich will also add 3 devotion take a look at [[Kindercatch]] or [[Brambleweft Behemoth]] for 2 devotion and Trample.
[[Utopia Sprawl]] can help to speed up play while giving an additional point of devotion and [[Nylea's Disciple]] provides you with some lifegain (at least a sideboard option)

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 28 August 2018 at 09:02 as a comment on Green Devotion (Pauper)

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Just an idea for another deck for that series: U/G enchantments.

@ Kazzong: I think you've looked into the wrong deck, I don't see any [[Dark Ritual]] here in this mono white deck ;)

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Posted 27 August 2018 at 13:56 in reply to #617456 on One Mana Series: White

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+1
But technically this deck won't work with one land as all you artifacts, save [[Bonesplitter]] need 2 mana to be equipped or attached. [[Honed Khopesh]], [[Leonin Scimitar]] or [[Short Sword]] could be ways to fix that.
[[Ornithopter]], [[Bone Saw]] or [[Shuko]] are also a great cards in an equipment deck.

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Posted 26 August 2018 at 21:04 as a comment on One Mana Series: White

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How to save this deck and it's idea *thinking*
How about [[Dig Through Time]] so that you, when your Maniac get's targeted, can cast this for free and draw a card and thus win the game before your opponents action resolves?

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Posted 21 August 2018 at 17:07 in reply to #617304 on Dumb wincon, just might work

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"Guaranteed turn 6 win, assuming your opponent can't kill you that fast."
...or simply shoot [[Laboratory Maniac]]. Which can be done with nearly any removal, even a simple [[Shock]] is enough.

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Posted 21 August 2018 at 08:15 as a comment on Dumb wincon, just might work

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I would replace [[Reciprocate]] with [[Tragic Slip]]. Also [[Blasting Station]] in combination with [[Solemnity]] might be worth a look.

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Posted 21 August 2018 at 08:12 as a comment on Abzan Undying

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Like tProdigy already said, [[Wild Cantor]] doesn't work the way you intended it for. For this you would need cards like [[Cathodion]], [[Myr Moonvessel]]or [[Curious Homunculus]] (The Homunculus can be tapped for mana before you sacrifice it).
The reason why [[Wild Cantor]] and e.g. [[Spawning Pit]] won't work is the following: Each ability has a cost and an effect part. The cost-part is left of colon, the effect that occurs after you pay these costs is right of the colon. To use an abilitie or cast a spell you need to pay it's costs and after that the effect is put on the stack. Neither you nor your opponent can cast spells or use any abilities before the ability is on the stack. In the case of [[Wild Cantor]] / [[Spawning Pit]] you have to sacrifice a creature to get an effect as part of the costs. So you when you e.g. sacrifice [[Wild Cantor]] with it's own ability, the earliest point at which you can react is after it's ability has been put on the stack, and by that time [[Wild Cantor]] is long gone.
In the case of [[Pili-Pala]]/ [[Grand Architect]] no part of the combo leaves the battleground and thus they can interact with each other.

I would add some dual-, or searchlands to this deck as you will need them to cast double-mana spells like [[Strangleroot Geist]] or [[Hound of Griselbrand]].

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 20 August 2018 at 07:20 in reply to #617221 on Undying - xtreme budget

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I use it as cheap creature. I was looking a creature like [[Goblin Instigator]] or a spell like [[Gather the Townsfolk]] but couldn't find anything in blue that would give me 2 creatures with 1 spell without having to attack. [[Fists of Ironwood]] or [[Saproling Migration]] would have been an option but in the end I did choose the Flayer because if it would die I at least could use the equipment to bolster a Crab a little bit.

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Posted 10 August 2018 at 19:38 in reply to #617004 on U/G: Mill

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What would you remove to add e.g. 2-4 [[Increasing Confusion]]?

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Posted 10 August 2018 at 08:44 in reply to #617004 on U/G: Mill

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[[Mimic Vat]] came to my mind to get creatures back from the graveyard, but only as a sideboard option.

I was thinking about running 8+ panoramas as they can be used to get colourless mana and thus aren't completely useless on the battlefield until you make your move. The only thing that refrained me from doing this was the {1} mana you have to pay to use them to trigger landfall. [[Mirrorweave]] costs 4 mana, if you need to cast [[Harrow]] your at 7 mana so paying 1-2 panoramas might be out of reach, especially if you want to cast this as early as possible.

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Posted 09 August 2018 at 12:35 in reply to #616990 on U/G: Mill

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Personally I would try to streamline the deck a little bit. In my opinion you have to many different cards in this deck, also there are some cards that I would personally put into the sideboard.
If you want to use [[Odric, Master Tactician]] each and every match I would remove the one copie of [[Tajic, Blade of the Legion]] for an additional Odric.
[[Gideon's Lawkeeper]] is a cheaper version of [[Stun Sniper]], drawback is that you have to pay white mana and it doesn't deal damage. If you want to replace [[Intrepid Hero]] and [[Stun Sniper]] with a single instant/ sorcery you could take a look at [[Avenging Arrow]], [[Immolating Glare]] or [[Pitfall Trap]].
[[Kazandu Blademaster]] is a more powerful version of [[Elite Inquisitor]] because he can get stronger with time, especially if you manage to play him 4 times in a deck. Another version would be to use [[Thalia, Guardian of Thraben]], to punish your opponent for playing non, creature spells.
[[Champion of the Parish]] has a new, powerful, brother: [[Thalia's Lieutenant]]. This card also profits from a high number of humans on the field as it gives all of them a +1/+1 counter.
[[Fiend Hunter]] could be replaced with [[Path to Exile]] as it's fast, powerful and can't be removed with burn/ kill spells.
For token production I would recommend either [[Gather the Townsfolk]] or [[Thatcher Revolt]] instead of [[Raise the Alarm]].

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 09 August 2018 at 09:14 as a comment on Boros Human Control

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Personally I would follow McMonkeytaco's advice and use red instead of blue as there are some good red strengthening spells: [[Balduvian Rage]], [[Enrage]], [[Fatal Frenzy]], [[Onward // Victory]], [[Rush of Blood]], [[Assault Strobe]], [[Temur Battle Rage]], [[Uncaged Fury]]. If you do so to not loose the possibility to make your creature unblockable you could use [[Executioner's Hood]], [[Prowler's Helm]] or [[Whispersilk Cloak]] (With the drawback of shroud)

Further suggestions: [[Untamed Might]], [[Aspect of Hydra]] (which normally will be at least a [[Giant Growth]] with chances of being better), [[Soul's Might]], [[Blessings of Nature]], [[Utopia Sprawl]], [[Arbor Elf]]

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 09 August 2018 at 08:35 as a comment on The Mean Multiplayer Deck

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[[Mentor of the Meek]] is a very good card in human decks if you plan more on mid to long-term play and if works very good in combination with [[Doomed Traveler]] or [[Thraben Doomsayer]].
[[Oblivion Ring]] costs only 5c more than [[Banisher Priest]] but can hit anything but lands. You'll loose a human but win a very flexible removal that is itself harder to remove than the priest.
The problem with the equipments is that only [[Silver-Inlaid Dagger]] has a good mana/strength ratio with 3/3. [[Avacyn's Collar]] gives you at least some creatures with evasion while [[Sharpened Pitchfork]] provides first strike.
If you want to use a second colour you could think about using red: [[Thatcher Revolt]] and [[Kruin Striker]] are very good and cheap cards and the Revolt works perfect with [[Thalia's Lieutenant]].

Greetings
Muktol

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Posted 23 July 2018 at 12:44 as a comment on Budget Decks: "Humans, RISE!"

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