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[Standard] Sideboard against Mono-Green Food

Hello there, quick question. I've been optimizing a Rakdos Kroxa deck (splashing green to play Korvold) for Standard BO3 and struggle a lot in the matchup against Mono-Green Food (the current deck I run: https://aetherhub.com/Deck/korvold-offerings).

I usually bring the 4th The Akroan War and x3 Shredded Sails replacing the x3 Skyclave Shade and x1 Kroxa. Is there something I'm missing about the matchup? Maybe a card that's a perfect answer or something like that.

Thank you in advice ^^

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D&T sideboard playable? (Kdh leak)
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[Historic] Mythic Top 50 | Jund Midrange w/Sideboard Guide

Detailed Sideboard Guide in the video against the meta decks. Decklist and sideboard guide link down below at bottom.

Hey everyone back with another guide/write up about my current deck I use in Arena to either have some fun or play competitive ladder matches to Mythic Top 1200. Just a friendly advice have fun playing a deck you like and things will be a lot more enjoyable winning or losing. But always hope you guys enjoy my write up, sideboard guides, deck techs and gameplay and will appreciate a subscribe on my YouTube if you enjoy it.

Deck Overview: So, what is this deck and what does it do? So, the purpose of this deck is to just bury opponent with card advantage and big creatures. Make it so they can’t attack us as our creatures are big and kills theirs and then use the Planewalkers to bury them in card advantage either that is drawing cards with Kiora passive or using Chandra +1 to play cards off the top of our deck. Then if we also need to draw more cards, we can use Vraska plus effect and sac to draw. But yeah, this deck wins with our Walkers since 2 of them have win conditions or just by attacking them down.

Key Cards:

  1. PlanesWalkers: So, this deck is a midrange walkers deck, it uses its creatures to hold the ground while the walkers do the back end work like Kiora drawing us cards for every creature power 4 or greater that enters the battlefield for us. Kiora also helps us with little ramp by untapping lands or even better lets us get aggressive and then we can untap the creature we just attacked with or exerted with (hint hint Glorybringer). While Vraska helps us remove problematic cards off opponents’ side of the field like say a "Witch's Oven" or a "Soleminity" etc.... there to remove those low-cost cards off opponents’ side of the field, also she helps us gain life and draw if we flood out by allowing us to sac our lands to draw, then not to mention her ultimate gives us death touch against players if we deal any damage with our creatures after we ultimate we win. Then there is Chandra its main purpose really is the card advantage it gives with her +1 effect, yeah, we can ramp or deal 4 damage to creatures but mainly used for the card advantage, her ultimate is a killer for sure though dealing 5 damage per spell casted.

  2. Glorybringer/Elder Gargaroth: These 2 cards are our top curve of the deck and there is a reason why I play 3 copies of both of them because they are amazing on their own then we backed up with

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Need some opinions of mainboard/sideboard cards.

I’m playing Merfolk a lot and I notice I run into problems with what mainboards to replace for sideboards, like others I’m sure. What should I take out of my main board and fill in with my sideboard against each type of deck. I want to become a pro with Merfolk because I love it so much but I am horrible at SB-ing

For example: Obviously graffdiggers cage or Tormods crypt for reanimater, but what would I take out to replace them with? That is where I struggle the most.

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[Historic] Lurrus Rock Decklist Update/Sideboard Guide

Last month, myself and several other members of the Historic Rock Discord, namely Poptart Kitten and pudd, tinkered with Lurrus Rock builds. We were having quite a bit of success with the deck, and Rock Discord maintainer (and brewer extraordinaire) u/poptart_kitten piloted it to #280. You can see their fantastic write up from last month here: https://www.reddit.com/r/spikes/comments/k6b4mi/historic_golgari_lurrus_rock_midrange/
I updated the list a few weeks ago and piloted it this season from Diamond 4 to #201 with a nice 69% (42-19) win rate. This is an extremely grindy and very "fair" deck - nothing is broken, there are no wacky combos or OP "I win" cards. It is built around efficient 2+-for-1s, versatile answers, and incremental advantages. Like classic Jund, it looks to put both players in topdeck mode as quickly as possible, a gamestate that favors you heavily by virtue of having almost no dead draws. There are very few free wins with this deck, but that also makes it very rewarding to pilot. The core of the deck - premium removal, Ebon Legion, Chevil, Scooze, Inscription of Ruin, and Lurrus as companion - is pretty strong and very flexible. Few matchups feel hopeless, and you're favored or roughly even against most of the common decks in the format. The initial draw to Lurrus in a Rock shell was simple: the available 3 drops in Historic are pretty bad, and the 4 drops are decent but pretty conditional. Everything you can play on 1 and 2, however, is pretty solid. Cutting Murderous Rider and Questing Beast for an unconditional boost to grinding power is a no-brainer.

CURRENT DECKLIST

CHANGES TO LIST:

Sultai, firmly established as the dominant and most prevalent deck in the format, seemed to be the most important target. My initial builds last season had slotted 3 Inscription of Ruin, which struck me as one of the strongest cards in the deck: it's basically never dead, usually a 2-for-1, and it scales extremely well. Griffin Lussier's (jundlife.blogspot.com) very apt appraisal of the card: "What's funny is that Mind Rot is a perfectly reasonable thing to be doing on turn three in quite a few matchups, but just not enough matchups where you'd actually want the card Mind Rot in your deck.". Inscription checks all the boxes for a grindy midrange deck. I went up to 4 and have not regret

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Seems pretty bad in most decks but potentially playable in ours. I think it might be worth a sideboard a lot or two personally. What are your thoughts? reddit.com/gallery/kwy3em
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by PVDDR - 3 BEST TIPS TO SIDEBOARD LIKE A PRO IN ALL FORMATS - MAGIC THE GATHERING youtu.be/3HOQD9J3lW4
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Looking for some advice on the sideboard for my deck

Hello,

I've been building a pioneer-legal Rakdos-themed red/black deck that I'm pretty sure would fall under the "Midrange" archetype (correct me if I'm wrong). I like where it's at generally speaking, especially against decks with a lot of weak creatures. However, I have run into some problems playing against a deck that my sister plays focused on really fast mana-gain and putting about a ton of really powerful creatures as fast as possible (for example, Gigantosaurus turn 3 is a common occurrence, and it's also not uncommon for those creatures to be quickly made hexproof by enchantments, instants, other creatures, etc.). I thought that having some more powerful creatures and creature-killing instants would help with that, and while some did make the game take longer (and thus earned their stay in the deck), I still struggle to beat that deck. I don't have the card list for that deck, but if commenters request it, I can put one together.

I'm hoping to start a sideboard for my red/black to help against that deck, decks like it, and fill in any other situational deficiencies that might show up. Unfortunately, I'm very new to and inexperienced with the concept of sideboards, and while I understand what they do and how to use them, I'm struggling to think of what to put in the sideboard and what they would substitute in a match.

I'd love some help and card suggestions for this. I'll link my card list at the bottom of the post. I'm not in a position to spend money on cards right now, so if there are any card suggestions, I'd be really grateful if they might be common in my collection (the bulk of which is any set since Return to Ravnica Block, excluding the Kaladesh Block, Oath of the Gatewatch, Rivals of Ixalan, Dominaria, and Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths. I also have a disproportionately large amount of Eldritch Moon in my collection). As I said, I'm pretty happy with the state of the mainboard, so unless you see a glaring, deck-breaking issue, I'd prefer to keep the discussion to sideboard suggestions.

Thank you so much for taking the time to help me. I look forward to discussing it!

Card List:

https://cardcastle.co/decks/438a850a-de20-44a6-9067-da6c37a3b85e

EDIT: Here's the list as plain text in my post as requested.

  • 7 Mountain
  • 7 Swamp
  • 4 Bedevil
  • 4 Footlight Fiend
  • 3 Hellhole Flailer
  • 3 Bloodfell Caves
  • 3 Magma Spray
  • 3 Rakdos Guildgate
  • 2 Angrath's Rampage
  • 2 Spike Jes
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Sideboard Purchased for $75 AUD, spent a day tidying it up and Sold for $650, gentlemen who bough it has it for sale for $1599 at his Mid Century store. How many others here buy&sell Mid Century furniture as a side hustle?
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ID this Credenza / Sideboard please!
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Any advice on how to finish this sideboard? (complete beginner)
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Thoughts on sideboards in tournaments?

I dont know that I have ever seen this discussed, but it came up in conversation with a friend last night.

Many tournaments and competitive table top games employ a sideboard, a limited pool of resources that you can switch between. The most obvious examples of this in practice are sideboards in Magic: the Gathering and the rosters for Kill Team.

Do you think adding sideboards to 40k tournaments would be healthy for the game? As an example, I would imagine players would come to the table with 2000pts and 250pts in a "sideboard" that can be swapped in upon seeing what faction their opponent is bringing. Final lists would need to be selected before determining secondaries.

I think this would add an additional element to army list building, help out factions that have hard counters, and ultimately increase faction diversity at top tables.

That said, it would slow down gameplay and add complexity to an already complex game.

Do you think the advantages are worth the tradeoffs? Is there a reason sideboards have been avoided in competitive 40k up to this point?

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[Standard] Gruul Boys and Gruul Girls - let's talk about flex slots, meta picks, and sideboards

Something I'm noticing about the Gruul lists that pop up in various places is that all the differences feel vaguely arbitrary. I understand WHY these cards are played, but there is such little consistency with what is working and what is not, save for a few cards (aside from the staples). There's still a ton of cards dedicated to the Dimir matchup, as well as a fair amount to the mirror. Like I said, I understand WHY the cards were picked, but nothing is solidifying into a prototypical "list".

When I'm building my deck, it's very hard to make decisions for open slots based on the current meta. I imagine that is why there is so much variance in the lists, all packing different artifact/enchantment hate, different amounts of Akroan War/Embercleave/Great Henge, different removal spells, etc. in general I feel this is good for A) the game and B) the health of the deck, but I feel like I'm interacting with a black box.

So fellow Gruuls, what considerations are you taking when putting your list together? How are you adapting the deck as the meta morphs?

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Cycle of friendly colored snow-related sideboard cards. reddit.com/gallery/klakln
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As a death wizard, I always keep one of these in my sideboard in case someone REALLY pisses me off. I don't care if I have to wait through a minute long spell, it means they have to wait through it too :)
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Bogles/Hexproof sideboard up to date sideboard guide

Hello,

Can anyone point me to an up to date sideboard guide for bogles?

Thanks!

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[Historic] Golgari Lurrus Rock *MIDRANGE* [BO3][Sideboard guide]

**Disclaimer: Do not play this deck if you dont like long grindy matchups. Unfortunately I do not have suggestions for "what card should replace what." This is not a budget deck and strictly for Best of 3. Midrange decks NEED sideboards to exist.**

Yo I'm the Poptart Kitten. Don't know if any of you ever spend the time looking at the historic decks that show up but a team of my friends teachu2die, Pudd, and I brewed a golgari lurrus deck in historic.

I was able to reach a peak rank of #280 mythic during the November season exclusively with it from 99% mythic and I'm here to give a quick runover of why you might enjoy this deck. Here's the list before and I'll go over what matchups you're looking to play against and what you're looking to avoid.

Companion

1 Lurrus of the Dream-Den

Deck

3 Agadeem's Awakening

3 Assassin's Trophy

4 Bloodchief's Thirst

4 Blooming Marsh

3 Castle Locthwain

3 Chevill, Bane of Monsters

2 Fabled Passage

4 Fatal Push

2 Forest

4 Gifted Aetherborn

4 Knight of the Ebon Legion

3 Maelstrom Pulse

4 Overgrown Tomb

3 Scavenging Ooze

2 Soul-Guide Lantern

3 Swamp

4 Thoughtseize

3 Wildborn Preserver

2 Woodland Cemetery

Sideboard

3 Duress

3 Grafdigger's Cage

2 Legion's End

1 Lurrus of the Dream-Den

4 Skyclave Shade

2 Witch's Vengeance

Decks I want to play against with this (and why):

Sultai - one for one trade with them. their payoffs are few. dont overcommit to board and kill nissas on sight. if plentiful change the legions end for noxious grasps

Sacrifice - chevil is gas against sacrifice

Neostorm - Hosed by hand hate/graf cage/early pressure

Goblins - Cage/Vengeance

u/W / Bant Ctrl - Hand disruption/low to the ground curve

Lurrus Arcanist - graf cage/soul guide/chevil

Gruul - removal and chevil

Decks I don't want to play against (and why):

Mud - Our clock isnt the fastest / Hand hate only goes so far

Mono red hazoret - I'd want my legion's end to be grasps of darkness

God Pharohs Gift - Grave hate only goes so far when your clock isnt the fastest, hand disruption only goes so far until they hardcast a massacre wurm.

Auras: Need witches vengeance/a big wildborn preserver/thoughtseize postboard to deal with the protection from black creature.

Sideboarding guide:

Sultai: (Dont overcommit to board. trade 1 for 1. Focus discard spells on their top end not their removal) (Force their extinction events to be 1 for 1 trades)

-3 Preserver

-2 Push

-1 Chev

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Can anyone ID this sideboard? Thanks!
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Best resources for learning to sideboard drafts?

Hi fellow drafters! This is really a follow-up to the interesting post from u/PadisharMtGA on building your MTGA collection with Traditional drafts. That post is here: https://www.reddit.com/r/lrcast/comments/ku52gx/for_limited_spikes_that_play_mtg_arena_my/

So for Traditional, my question is: what are the best resources you've seen for learning to sideboard in draft? Articles, podcasts, youtubes, whatever.

I've just gotten back into Arena and discovered that I love the drafts. Learning lots, and my drafts are improving. 50.3% winrate on last 25 Premier drafts, four different sets. My play is often okay, sometimes good, sometimes suffers from lack of Think Before You Click and also Read the Damn Cards!

But I have almost no experience playing sideboards in any format, so would love some advice. Thanks!

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scarab sultai control(need help with sideboard plz) or changes to mainboard

https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/scarab-sultai-control/?cb=1609544613

hello so i wanted to to do something with field of the dead because ive been watching it go off on streams and youtube. then i found this card [[the Scarab God]] . then i was like hmm. how can i make this work and this is wat i came up with let me know what u guys think plz and ty i need alittle bit of help with the sideboard but other than that i think its pretty good. thanks!!

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I just finished this 12’ built in sideboard! I used the ikea besta system on custom legs, with 1 1/8” hemlock cladding on the door fronts and walls above. I used fir boards as my table top. Full process and materials in my Instagram stories highlight @theroofhaus
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When the big brain sideboard plan pays off... Name a more devastating series of events I'll wait
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[Historic] Mythic Jund Midrange Top 50 w/Sideboard Guide reddit.com/gallery/kvlbda
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ID sideboard, Samsung 2021 TVs announcement
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Mid century sideboard found at our local revival furniture shop, total bargain!
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Secret Historic Goblins sideboard tech
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Seen a car in the sideboard bed, must have the new update
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Had to do it! I'm hoping I'll get a 5 purely because nobody wanted to fork out the cost of the sideboard!
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Any ideas of good sideboard options against Lucky Clover in Historic bo3?

I'm playing UW control and I'm struggling to win against temur adventures. I'm considering to put one copy of Cleasing Nova on my sideboard, but it seems too slow. Maybe 1 Blast Zone on MD?

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Apparently I’m supposed to leave space for things other than plants on top of our new sideboard. But that doesn’t sound sensible...
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[H] Mythic Top 200 | Gruul Walkers Midrange w/Sideboard Guide

Detailed Sideboard Guide in the video against the meta decks. Decklist and sideboard guide link down below at bottom.

Hey everyone back with another guide/write up about my current deck I use in Arena to either have some fun or play competitive ladder matches to Mythic Top 1200. Just a friendly advice have fun playing a deck you like and things will be a lot more enjoyable winning or losing. But always hope you guys enjoy my write up, sideboard guides, deck techs and gameplay and will appreciate a subscribe on my YouTube if you enjoy it.

Deck Overview: So, what is this deck and what does it do? So, the purpose of this deck is to just bury opponent with card advantage and big creatures. Make it so they can’t attack us as our creatures are big and kills theirs and then use the Planewalkers to bury them in card advantage with Kiora passive. But yeah, this deck wins with our Walkers since 2 of them have win conditions or just by attacking them down.

Key Cards:

  1. Kiora: This is an important card because it is a ramp engine for you and your draw power. The deck is a lot slower without her, usually when I get the early turn 3 Kiora I won my games. It was that good in what it did and opponents at first glance didn’t think she was good and would ignore her until they see how she draws us so many cards and how we can exert Glorybringer and use Kiora to untap him. This is why I run 4 copies of here in this deck because I want to draw her in most matches.

  2. Glorybringer/Elder Gargaroth: These 2 cards are our top curve of the deck and there is a reason why I play 3 copies of both of them because they are amazing on their own then we backed up with other cards they become powerhouse cards. So, the Glorybringer is good as it's a flyer that can exert and do 4 damage to a creature so pretty much a removal spell built in when you attack, of course this by itself is a good effect but now we pair it with Kiora and we can keep exerting and attacking each turn. Since exert makes the creature not untap next turn we use the Kiora -1 effect to untap it so we can exert and attack again next turn, a really good synergy between the two. Then there is Elder, his main purpose here is damage, life gain, or just raw card advantage. Since he has vigilance, we can both attack and defend and gain his effect and most decks in Historic can't kill him with the exception of Control having board wipes. Sultai best they can do is Gust it or draw the 1-2 extinction i

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If sideboards could hold 30 cards, what deck would be best?

Lets say every sideboard could have 30 cards instead of 15, what deck would stand to gain the most? Would the normal mainstay decks like Jund og Control just be that much better, or would transformative decks like Infect going into Bogles be more viable? What would the meta look like?

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[Historic] Mythic Top 200 | Gruul Walkers Midrange w/Sideboard Guide

[Historic] Mythic Top 200 | Gruul Walkers Midrange w/Sideboard Guide

Detailed Sideboard Guide in the video against the meta decks. Decklist and sideboard guide link down below at bottom.

Hey everyone back with another guide/write up about my current deck I use in Arena to either have some fun or play competitive ladder matches to Mythic Top 1200. Just a friendly advice have fun playing a deck you like and things will be a lot more enjoyable winning or losing. But always hope you guys enjoy my write up, sideboard guides, deck techs and gameplay and will appreciate a subscribe on my YouTube if you enjoy it.

Deck Overview: So, what is this deck and what does it do? So, the purpose of this deck is to just bury opponent with card advantage and big creatures. Make it so they can’t attack us as our creatures are big and kills theirs and then use the Planewalkers to bury them in card advantage with Kiora passive. But yeah, this deck wins with our Walkers since 2 of them have win conditions or just by attacking them down.

Key Cards:

  1. Kiora: This is an important card because it is a ramp engine for you and your draw power. The deck is a lot slower without her, usually when I get the early turn 3 Kiora I won my games. It was that good in what it did and opponents at first glance didn’t think she was good and would ignore her until they see how she draws us so many cards and how we can exert Glorybringer and use Kiora to untap him. This is why I run 4 copies of here in this deck because I want to draw her in most matches.

  2. Glorybringer/Elder Gargaroth: These 2 cards are our top curve of the deck and there is a reason why I play 3 copies of both of them because they are amazing on their own then we backed up with other cards they become powerhouse cards. So, the Glorybringer is good as it's a flyer that can exert and do 4 damage to a creature so pretty much a removal spell built in when you attack, of course this by itself is a good effect but now we pair it with Kiora and we can keep exerting and attacking each turn. Since exert makes the creature not untap next turn we use the Kiora -1 effect to untap it so we can exert and attack again next turn, a really good synergy between the two. Then there is Elder, his main purpose here is damage, life gain, or just raw card advantage. Since he has vigilance, we can both attack and defend and gain his effect and most decks in Historic can't kill him with the exception of Control having board w

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[Standard] Mythic Dark Days | Sideboard Guide, GamePlay & Decklist

Detailed Sideboard Guide in the video against the meta decks. Decklist and sideboard guide link down below at bottom.

Hey everyone back with another guide/write up about my current deck I use in Arena to either have some fun or play competitive ladder matches to Mythic Top 1200. Just a friendly advice have fun playing a deck you like and things will be a lot more enjoyable winning or losing. But always hope you guys enjoy my write up, sideboard guides, deck techs and gameplay and will appreciate a subscribe on my YouTube if you enjoy it.

Deck Overview: So, what does this deck do? And what is the purpose of the deck? So, this deck is supposed to just kill everything on the field and ramp up to cast either the Wurm to clear the board and make them lose a lot of life and give us an advantage till we either win with Crawling Barrens or use Ugin to clear the board. We have Solemn to help us ramp up while also creating a draw power or blocker to preserve our life total, it’s also a bonus that he is colorless so Ugin minus won’t remove it. The deck plays a lot of removal and cards like cling main deck to counter what Rogue decks are trying. But overall game plan is to just ramp to our 2 big cards and win off them and use Crawling barrens on clear fields to win.

Key Cards:

1. Ugin: Well of course this card is important, because most decks have a tough time getting rid of planewalkers outside of Bloodchief and Elspeth Conquer Death. It will be hard for players to attack him down since when you cast him it can exile cards on the field so they need to rebuild. He is also a win condition by doing 3 damage to opponent each turn. We buy more than enough time to cast this beast with both our ramp in Solemn and having lots of removal to not let them play against us. This is why we run 4 of Ugins, it also helps clear the way for Crawling Barrens to win the game for us down the road.

2. Crawling Barrens: This card is huge in this deck since our win conditions are either Wurm or Ugin outside of Barrens, so I run 4 copies of this card since our mana won’t be a problem as it’s a mono-colored deck. Also, a lot of decks have a problem killing a Barrens instant speed out side of Eliminate, we just need to take it up high enough to avoid the heartless act counter removal so we don’t animate this card until it has more than enough counters to avoid heartless act. Ugin, Wurm and extinction and other removal spells clear the way for this card to be a

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What are some good sideboard tech against Lurrus Auras?

So I`m playing a Jeskai control deck, and is doing pretty well against most of the meta, however the matchup versus Kor Spiritdancer seems almost impossible to win, is there any sideboard hoser against auras or I have to have early removal/counters?

Thx in advance for your answers =D

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