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mill your oponent and draw extra cards each turn, you can protect yourself with several fog like spells and defender creatures.
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Awesome, I love the capability of the deck despite the budget. Consider Beast Within, it's inexpensive and allows you to remove things you can't deal with, like nasty lands or artifacts. Giving your opponent a 3/3 doesn't matter if you have walls and fogs. May as well link my deck here again, though you already commented on it.
I'd probably take out Ice Cage for Beast Within, if you decide to go that route. Man, just looking at your deck makes me realize how annoying Turbo Fog is going to be (even after putting my own list together). Can't wait to play test.
Yeah is a good card, I am adding a couple to SB... for main deck I took out the cages and the Noxious Revival for 3 sheltering words(I protect the wall and gain a stupid amount of life lol)
Hah, that's brilliant. I love it.
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wow i really like this deck. i just made a mill/discard deck olny i didnt go budget. whis i had seen this first. mind taking a look at mine and see what you think.thanks.
Random idea, what about Feed the Pack? You could sacrifice a tree and get 13 2/2 wolves out of the deal.
For a long game it can be a way to win if I my milling is taking too long, I will try it in a few matches and see.
This deck actually feels like a variation on my own pure blue "polite" mill deck which I often play with.
It looks completely solid to me, but personally i would take out the counterspells, and replace them with some sort of milling oomph. I find increasing confusion, or perhaps chill of foreboding to be nice. I would probably take out the counters and put those in. Shore up your defenses then spend a turn or two on the increasing confusions.
Great idea, I creased the budget bar a little bit to include increasing confusion.
I like the clever use of moonmist.
Thanks, is not that useful against werewolves though lol.
Hey Sunblast - play tested a bit. Took out the Otherworld Atlases and made some other minor changes. Added 2 Jace's Archivist. Card draw is what makes the deck win.
no guard gomazoa or fog bank? maybe you should change the name really cool deck just dont get why its called turbo fog.
maybe instead of moonmist u use fog bank or guard gomazoa, it would help balance out blue and green. and maybe some cards to let them block additional creatures. just my thoughts. super cool deck and i like the idea.
U r right, those are better defenders, too bad they are not standard :P.
I'm not a big fan of moonmist myself but is what I have in standard I will see if there is something I can use instead from M13 once its out.
Sorry, i didnt realize you were doing standard
Turbofog is an archetype coming from old Fog builds that were designed to stall the opponent. Turbofog accelerates their demise by actively milling them at the same time.
Why not use Terrifying Presence? It's cheaper than clinging mists, or it could replace moonmist
Well thought, I just added 4 to mainboard and moonmist to SB.
have you thought about splashing white or black for board sweeps?
Generally casting fog and keeping 2 or 3 walls in play does the trick, but that can be an option too if planning to invest more $ in the deck.
Check out my mill deck http://www.mtgvault.com/ViewDeck.aspx?DeckID=342641 any advice would be greatly appreciated, Thanks.
fog bank over tanglecord?
Fog Bank isn't standard, despite being in the m13 game.
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Yeah Tree of Redemption would have been perfect with a "can block any number of creatures" but is good as it is.
Could you take a look in this deck?
Here's the link: http://www.mtgvault.com/ViewDeck.aspx?DeckID=354670
Check out my deck.
I like how you try to be economic, maybe you could take a look at my green/blue deck and give some advice.
thanks in advance
Is there a reason you're using Dream Twist instead of Jace's Erasure? It seems like you'd get a lot more mileage out of Jace's Erasure, and it would have great synergy with Rites of Flourishing.
that is true, but even with 1 Jace erasure and 1 Rite it will take 3 turns to mill what the Dream Twist can mill in 1 turn with 3 mana :), it's just plain faster.