Dec 11, 2017
Uuuuunnnnnghhhhhhh!!!!! Aaahhhhh….. Kyle and Andy have decks that aren’t going as planned. Is it time to just scrap these disappointments? No! It’s time get up and break some friends with edited decks. Andy and Kyle take a look at a couple of their decks and assess whether or not they can be competitive and how these decks can be tweaked to maximize their potential.
Andy takes us through what went wrong with Shu Yun, the Silent Tempest deck and his spell-slinger build. Taking a cue from strengths and other areas of possibilities, Andy lays out a new take on his deck that has the potential for greater stability and more victories.
Kyle goes through the weaknesses he has found in playing Licia, Sanguine Tribune with a companionate upkeep into lifegain and pressure build. He explores an alternative theme that surfaced in some of his more powerful synergies and explains how his deck can pivot to more wholly rely on a faster and more reliable strategy.
Check out Andy’s updated Shu Yun deck and Kyle’s updated Licia deck on our TappedOut page (http://tappedout.net/users/LegendaryCreature-Podcast/mtg-decks/).
This episode features a song from Dan Terminus’s new album Automated Refrains. The song is Deus Mecanicus and you should go buy it from his Bandcamp page (https://blood-music.bandcamp.com/album/automated-refrains).