2 copies of Negate; remember, Just Say No. © 2020 Gopher Mafia Games. Illinois, Near Mint Like Tezzeret cards of the past, he is a "build around" card, but that has finally (I believe) been mitigated because of all of the great artifacts we are getting from WAR: We are actively trying to pursue other lines of play, and one-for-one interactions are not this deck's forte. We love Sai, Master Thopterist here. Affinity for Artifacts for each of our Planeswalkers can make for a dominant board state. Click on a date/time to view the file as it appeared at that time. I guess I can see the value in being able to lock down artifacts, even the minus two loyalty ability has some uses. I, Types: Legendary Planeswalker — Tezzeret. $18.10, Kroxa, Titan of Death's Hunger [Theros Beyond Death], Near Mint Foil for the side is mostly against certain … Could those abilities make Smothering Tithe dangerous? Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Click to … I don't know if the deck can logistically support more of a turn toward control pre-sideboard. Look at that plus one loyalty ability - he can defend himself. In being honest, I can also confidently tell you that aggro, especially the new RW, Gruul and Mono-White variants can steamroll us. Date/Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment; current: 18:57, 4 August 2020: 1,080 × 1,433 (250 KB) NikeOdinson (talk | contribs) You cannot overwrite this file. In a casual game, a card you choose from outside the game comes from your personal collection. Sat:     2pm - 9pm You don't want to be so far away from 3 or 4 CMC that you can't get there in a timely fashion. Once Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge drops, the game should end if you have set up right. In a tournament event, a card you choose from outside the game must come from your sideboard. Sure, clipping activated loyalty abilities is great, and clipping activated abilities for permanents outside of Planeswalker card types is great too. +2 deals quite a bit of damage actually. Are there better options? I need this immediately for my Sharuum EDH deck please and thank you. Mirroden broodstar deck. Wed:     3pm - 9pm You gain X life. Out of 10 matches I've won 8 - all in the competitive scene. Field of Ruin is tried and true - no Azcanta for you. Good work here, Elliot. He was right. Bummer, Elliot, no binders for us. Drawing more cards than your opponent and having uses for those cards! Tue:     3pm - 9pm Could we legitimately bring an entire binder of Standard legal artifacts with us? Another copy of Traxos to give us a better chance of curving to him on turn four and beginning aggro pressure in a meaningful way. Also, Field of Ruin can destroy your opponents Blast Zone or Mobilized District very easily - Field of Ruin could have been a rare. Do you have a deck list that you'd like us to review, doctor, or try out? Thu:     3pm - 9pm More often than not I am actually winning with Karn Construct tokens, but no matter. Creature and planeswalker spells you cast have affinity for artifacts. +2: Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge deals X damage to … It's just SO powerful. The low CMC helps us with a number of other triggers (Sai), adds more artifacts to the board state (Karn Tokens & Tezz's), and just generally never really feels bad when you draw it. If you have any questions about advertising on our website or sponsoring a podcast episode or blog post, we look forward to hearing from you! I love that we can essentially flip this deck to heavy UB Walker Control when we need to, and believe me, to remain competitive in this meta you will need to. You had to be aware that a card like Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge would illicit a response from the brewers of the Magic community. Sun:     Closed File usage. or Create an 99% Upvoted. Just one question before I go? Again folks, what wins games of Magic? Archived [WAR] -- Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. We just draw so many cards, and that's what we want to be doing, flipping it is secondary. Ugin...I love you, man. Crucible of Worlds is superb in giving us the opportunity to recur our man lands, bring back our Blast Zone, and even continuously destroy nonbasic lands with our Field of Ruin - a cool include in the sideboard for some additional value and shenanigans. Game Room: CLOSED This Tezzeret is way under-hyped and way under-utilized. +2: Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge deals X damage to each opponent, where X is the number of artifacts you control. He does that well at least. I'm fine with that. I've been play-testing this deck since I received it, and I fee like it is in a good place, and have some recommendations based upon board interactions, consistency in mana, and additional inclusions for consideration. [WAR] -- Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge. −8: Exile the top ten cards of your library. - I literally did a back spring round off into a cartwheel when I saw the spoiler for the new UB Tezzeret in #WAR. +2: Tezzeret, Master of the Bridge deals X damage to each opponent, where X is the number of artifacts you control. Never once, though, did I sacrifice it for the mana ability.