Yesterday over on Gathering Magic, my latest Meddling of the delirium-based Horrific Visions deck went up. Delirium proved an intriguing mechanic to Meddle, since you need a delicate balance between different card types to make the most of it. Come check out what I put together!
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The Blue/White Shadows over Innistrad deck gets a facelift over on Gathering Magic!
As with all Meddlings, I follow two rules when tuning/rebuilding the deck.
First, I only use commons and uncommons. No adding rares or mythics- the idea is to do a budget tune with tools that are readily available to all players.
Second, I can only use sets represented in the deck. So- Shadows over Innistrad cards only!
Come see what a rebuilt Ghostly Tide looks like.
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Happy Friday! It’s that time again. With the new Intro Packs out, that means I’m up over at Gathering Magic with an eye towards tinkering, tuning, and improving them. Today I take the Green/White Selesnya Surge, with its tokens-and-populate strategy, and give it some much-needed refinements.