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Why No U/W Control Lists Surfacing?

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2007 12:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

#1: That wasn't an actual list

#2: Artifact lands aren't in type 2 artard

#3: The "good old Days" were Serra was amazing has no relavence

#4: I said it needed more lands

#5: This wasn't an actual list only an example
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2007 8:49 pm    Post subject: x.x Reply with quote

I run a UW deck at the moment that's doing pretty well (Aside from the lack of CoP: Red's that it'll have when 10th cycles in). It used to run Akroma and Sacred Mesa, but I switched Sacred Mesa out for Aeon Chronicler (CoughSulfurCough). Akroma was a bomb to drop, but eventually I switched her out for something unlikely.


That's right. Dissension's Windreaver. 3WU, 1/3 with flying. W, it gains vigilance. W, it gets +0/+1. U, Switch its power and toughness until end of turn. U, return it to its owner's hand. It's been my Superman since I've used it, really.

The only things that kill it would be something that nails it while it's still in my hand (i.e. Persecute) or spells with Split Second (i.e. Sudden Death). The later the game (Ideal for a control deck), the more beef it gets in the end. ;3 Eh, okay, so it might not seem as stunning as Akroma; but try it out before you dismiss it entirely. ~.^ I was surprised when I did.
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