lol it's nice of you to say so, but i'm but a pale shadow of the master, Anthony Mattox:Omg, you are a master of scryfall search.
I love to write them! I could help conjuring weirdly abstract searches.I am deeply fearful of anyone who writes their own regex.
Good. Fear me! Regex is super useful at times, for example when you want to transform texts (I use Notepad++ for this).I am deeply fearful of anyone who writes their own regex.
tacked on lifegain is the best kind of lifegain and spider's lifegain is surprisingly real on the defense
Bootman I did not need regex to fear youGood. Fear me! Regex is super useful at times, for example when you want to transform texts (I use Notepad++ for this).
when it ETBs, you sacrifice another creature (it 'eats it'), then when it dies U gain 1 life per thing it's conceivably "eaten". I think it scans as a flavourful wholeOh, I love incidental lifegain, but Iwas referring to flavor here. Why does a spider, that shoots web balls, dying, cause me to gain life equal to the creatures in my graveyard? It makes absolutely no sense to me. And designwise, tge abilities seem rather disconnected as well.
Know what's crazy? Gatherer also supports it.Oh, Scryfall allows for actual regular expressions? Cool! I thought people were calling search by attribute "regular expressions".
Well, all your examples have one thing in common. They do not leave your opponent a choice. As much as I loveYes, much better but I probably still wouldn't play it. It still requires to be heavily into a madness-like archetype. Personally, I would always look into cards like Faithless Looting, Burning-Fist Minotaur or Voldaren Epicure first, that are less reliant on a Rootwalla in your hand.
This is the first card one if my magic playing best friends (shorts mpbf) showed me. I havent seen it in 20 years. That image took me right back to the moment we (kinda) first met. Weird how brains work sometimes.
White has an even stronger option:
I wanna give a shout out to this goofy guy from Homelands that I played yesterday in a chaos draft in a UW flyers deck. I'm pretty sure it's straight up worse than wall of frost, but he helped me navigate to a 2-1 finish (so, not great lol).
Brb I'm adding both wall of frost and wall of nets to support "UW No Combat Allowed"White has an even stronger option:
Add doran like cards and you have an archetype.Brb I'm adding both wall of frost and wall of nets to support "UW No Combat Allowed"
How so? Any flying/big boy/other angle will go over it. It is not like the walls demand an answer (unless they can attack…)sounds perfect for misery cube