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Author Topic: WGR HumanToken - Comments  (Read 143 times)

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WGR HumanToken - Comments
« on: October 18, 2022, 06:03:38 am »

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Re: WGR HumanToken - Comments
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2022, 06:03:38 am »
This is a cool deck. The cards all make sense. Why do you like the moth over sarah paragon? Also is the green white pain land available to you?
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Re: WGR HumanToken - Comments
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2022, 09:30:28 pm »
Thank you. I choose Broodmoth over Paragon Angel because while they are similar in many ways, this deck has an obvious weakness to flying and Broodmoth helps to make up for the short coming. Since the deck relies heavily in +1+1 counters, one of my non flying creatures (basically all of them) is bound to be blocked eventually. Broodmoth also is less limiting than Paragon Angel. Paragon lets you cast a mana value of 2(or 3?) or less per turn or a land from your graveyard. Broodmoth doesn't care about CMC. It's condition is non-flying so it's trigger is more abundant with a better payoff. BroodMoth also brings them back instantly. If brood moth has a counter on it and I have Ollenbach Escort and a board wipe is played, I just saved every single non flying creature I control - but now with flying.
In our Limited Tribal set, board wipes are very META and thusly Broodmoth provides more utility and maneuverability in this build and thats why I picked Luminous Broodmoth over Paragon Angel.

And the land: Not yet, but will update when it comes out