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RTR based Grixis



 
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xHourglass



Joined: 25 Jan 2012
Posts: 34

PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Most of the people here play strictly competitive magic with tier decks, and right now grixis isn't really a thing in standard. Since there's no analogue to a tier deck for us to guide you with, we actually have to sit and think about this one, which is difficult without having played with the deck. The easiest way to figure out what you need to change is just to play a ton of magic with the deck until you start to notice problems.

Off the cuff though:

13 creatures in general seems weak in the kind of deck yours seems to be, perhaps you need more.

Rakdos charm is a better sb card.

Same with cremate.

And slaughter games.

Cancel is a bad counterspell, use syncopates or dissipates if you can get them.

I don't know *all* the rtr cards off the top of my head, haven't been playing enough limited, but from the cards I do know your sb seems wonky. A sb is supposed to be able to either a) hate out an opponents deck b) fix a hole in your deck or c) transform you deck's game plan. I just see random cards that don't form a cohesive sideboard.

Obviously though you're limited by your collection, and I'm not saying I'm right, but those are just my opinions from taking a quick glance at your deck.
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