Combo-of-the-day

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Hi guys! I’m sorry I’ve been so bad about ubdating recently, I just got to college so I’m trying to figure things out here and this blog has lost a little priority. Anyway, here’s a combo to tickle your funnybones! Just put 13 +1/+1 counters on your creatures and take out your opponents board! Have fun! (remember to clone vigor or you’ll lose it)

a thousand times yes

[day 20: anniversary]

AN: pride and prejudice in the title haha


On their third anniversary, he presents her with a gift. 

This is new, not in their tradition of dinner and tea and an outing, and Sakura sets her mug aside.

“This is yours,” he says, to begin. Pink dusts his cheeks, and Sakura raises an eyebrow.

“You've…” she laughs. “You’ve never been this nervous about a present before?”

His scowl deepens when he hears her giggles, and he shoves the package into her lap. “Just open it.”

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So land destruction decks are nice, but getting rid of your opponents’ lands before they have the chance to play them is much more fun. Use Liquimetal Coating to turn an opponent’s basic land into an artifact. Then, with Splinter, destroy it, along with all their lands in their graveyard, hand, and even their library.

The trend shift from “undercover in a gay bar” to “undercover at a couples retreat” over the past several years is something that delights me to no end.

There’s a lot to be said for “let’s put on our tightest pants and gather some intel” and there are still many stories along those lines I find very satisfying, but “let’s pretend to be in love for the mission” is just so good, and there’s so much of it, and it’s so good

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Budget Combo of the Day #12-Undead Alchemist, Altar of the Brood & Profane Memento
Breaking the Bank at: $1.09 USD (7/5/2015)

This wont go infinite, but it’s a lot more likely to keep going when you have multiple opponents.  It’s really exceptional that it does great work exiling  those pesky creatures in the meanwhile, too!

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Budget Combo of the Day #14- Sudden Disappearance and Sundial of the Infinite 
Breaking the bank at $0.69 USD *!*

This lets you *permanently* exile an opponent’s board.  Once the delayed triggered ability from Sudden Disappearance goes on the stack in the end phase, activate sundial and they’ll never attempt to return again.  This trick works with Roon of the Hidden Realm as well!  You can also use Stifle Trickbind, or Voidslime to similar effect.

Containment Priest, or the upcoming Hallowed Moonlight from Magic Origins will perform similarly, but will only hit creatures.

Do you have a budget combo you haven’t seen here yet? Let us know what it is, and we’ll share the love!