Thursday, March 28, 2013

Missing another FNM

With it being Easter weekend and all, we're packing up the SUV, and meeting up with the in-laws.  5 hours in the care with a 3 year old who's watching Dora, Diego, Yo Gabba Gabba, and Blues Clues on repeat...which means no FNM for me #sadface, yes I just typed out a hashtag in a blog post #hashtag.  So last week was ok, 2-2 with the aristocrats, I think its time to change, so here are a couple of my upcoming deck brews I want to try...

This first deck, I really feel like for sideboard I want another Sigarda, at least two Obzedat's, a blind obedience, and some O-rings.  What are your thoughts?  I haven't really built a sideboard into this, but would love to hear more thoughts on it.

Main Deck 1

Main Deck
60 cards
4   Sunpetal Grove
4   Temple Garden
3   Plains
10 Forest
1   Gavony Township

22 lands

Arbor Elf
Avacyn's Pilgrim
Strangleroot Geist
Loxodon Smiter
Centaur Healer
Silverblade Paladin
Restoration Angel
Sublime Archangel
Wolfir Silverheart
Sigarda, Host of Herons

31 creatures
Selesnya Charm

7 other spells

The second deck is one that I cannot take any credit for, its Gavin Verhey's "Everybody Lives" deck from an article on the mothership this week.  I'm not going to plagiarize his work but man, what a great article, this deck looks fast and nasty and I like it a lot!  This is a deck I want to run, and I can get behind it, it seems to be a lot of economy (except for the shocklands) and main staple for most standard players.  With the rotation on the horizon (trust me, October will be here before we know it), I really want to play some more Innistrad block cards. 

Main Deck 2

Main Deck
60 cards
4  Godless Shrine
4  Isolated Chapel
6  Plains
5  Swamp

19 lands

4  Blood Artist
4  Boros Elite
3  Cartel Aristocrat
4  Champion of the Parish
4  Diregraf Ghoul
3  Doomed Traveler
4  Dryad Militant
4  Gravecrawler
4  Rakdos Cackler

34 creatures

1  Blind Obedience
3  Immortal Servitude
3  Orzhov Charm

7 other spells

That's all for now, keep slinging and also thanks to all the new traffic from the Magic the Gathering Google+ group!

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