Discussion in 'Casual Decks/Variants/Etc' started by lilpinhead, Feb 22, 2001.

  1. lilpinhead Cry Baby CPA Member

    ok, im a mormom....umm..what is 21?
  2. lilpinhead Cry Baby CPA Member

    thats moron...NOT mormon
  3. Sammy Dead-O wasting away again

    ...it's the deck also known as PandeBurst, using Pandemonium to deal lethal damage with the tokens of Saproling Burst coming into play. 6+5+4+3+2+1=21.

    It took me a while to figure out what people were talking about, too.
  4. Duel Has Less Posts Than Spiderman

    21 is a deck based around getting pandemonium and saporling burst into your graveyard, and then casting replenish, and dealing 21 damage like Sammy said.
  5. Killer Joe Active Member

  6. Istanbul Sucker MCs call me sire.

    The reason Ghod made Tormod's Crypt, or Planar Void if you can play it.
  7. Killer Joe Active Member

    Isn't that the one that removals all Homeland expansion cards from the game? :)
  8. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    Tormod's Crypt removes your graveyard (or a graveyard) from play. You're thinking of Apocalypse Chime.
  9. Killer Joe Active Member

    You admit to knowing that answer!? Just how long did you say you've been playing? :)
  10. Gizmo Composite: 1860

    I knew it.
    And Tormod`s Crypt isn`t legal.
  11. Killer Joe Active Member

    Plannar Void?
    Feldon's Cane
    Thran Foundry
  12. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    I thought you knew I've been playing since Revised/tail end of The Dark....
  13. Baskil CPA Member

    Soul Warden
    Rapid Decay
    Ivory Mask
  14. Gizmo Composite: 1860

    Or just use Pyrexian Furnace, it`s probably the best option.
  15. Duel Has Less Posts Than Spiderman

    Best extended option, yes. Unfortunately, the crypt is gone, and like the cards it affects, it ain't comin' back. Rapid decay can be used, but.... it's just bad. and easier to counter (the furnace, played first turn, can require an FoW to allow them to win at all.)
  16. lilpinhead Cry Baby CPA Member

    couldnt you play this deck with just white mana...discard the stuff you need to and then just cast replenish? would that work..i mean what are the colours that are usually played with this deck..three? red, green white?
  17. Gizmo Composite: 1860

    It`s virtually mono-blue.
    Might splash, say 3 Replenish, 2 Burst, 2 Panda - everything else is blue, more or less.

    Katsuhiro Mori took third at Grand Prix Kyoto playing Pandeburst
    (courtesy Sideboard Magazine)

    1 Ancient Tomb
    1 City of Traitors
    4 Flood Plain
    9 Island
    4 Plain
    1 Tropical Island
    2 Tundra
    2 Volcanic Island
    2 Pandemonium
    4 Replenish
    2 Saproling Burst
    1 Annul
    4 Brainstorm
    4 Counterspell
    4 Force of Will
    4 Frantic Search
    4 Intuition
    2 Lilting Refrain
    4 Merchant Scroll
    1 Mystical Tutor


    3 Annul
    4 Hydroblast
    1 Misdirection
    2 Powder Keg
    2 Pyroblast
    2 Seal of Cleansing
    1 Wrath of God
  18. Duel Has Less Posts Than Spiderman

    I dunno, Giz. Let's be unimaginative and take something a little closer to Gordon Lin's deck (He won GP australia). It's, technically, 5 color. 5cU.

    3 Pandamonium
    3 Saporling burst
    4 Replenish
    4 Duress
    3 Demonic Consultation
    4 Mystical tutor
    4 Force of Will
    4 Intuition
    4 Frantic search
    4 Brainstorm

    4 Ancient Tomb
    4 City of Brass
    4 Gemstone Mine
    4 Tundra
    4 Underground Sea
    3 City of Traitors

    This deck has 3 types of cards:
    1: the combo
    4x replenish
    3x pandemonium
    3x saproling burst
    It only plays with 3 of each, because they're useless in your hand, and it only needs one of each in the graveyard

    2: Defenders
    4x Force of will
    4x Duress
    4x Brainstorm (Anti-duress tech)
    Let's stop their stuff!

    3: Searchers
    3x Demonic Consultation
    4x Frantic Search
    4x Brainstorm (Twice, these appear)
    4x Intuition (It even puts them in the graveyard for you)
    4x Mystical tutor

    This deck trades EVERYTHING for the ability to find the combo. There are almost twice as many search cards as there are cards in the combo. You WILL get what you need, with these to help you. This is the difference between Lin's and Hahn's versions. Hahn's tried to stop you, and then go off, but this deck can often outrace trix, so it pulled alot of the counterspells for searchers and helpers. Compare High Tide to Academy decks, you'll see a similar pattern.
  19. Rebel_X New Member

    Im not sure but 21 is the number next to 20
  20. Mundungu grumpier than ever

    nahh that's 19

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