I've got this U/W deck I threw together last night, and I was wondering if anyone had some ideas to make it better: 2 tolarian drakes 4 breezekeeper 1 sandbar crocodile 1 vodalian illusionist 2 shimmering efreet 2 chomanno 2 teferis veil 2 pariah 4 angelic chorus 3 hesitation 2 cloak of invisibility 3 counterspell 1 force of will 2 relearn 3 replenish 3 merchant scroll 2 wrath of god 3 teferis isle 7 island 11 plains I really like how this deck plays. I usually cast a hesitation on turn two, and that alone could stall for a few turns. I play out the phasing creatures, which i don't have enough of, then the angelic choruses. Then I play the replenish for the hesitation to come back into play, and I sit and gain 50 life in a few turns. I would love to put some avatars in here, but they are just too expensive for this deck. The teferis isles are made for counterspells. I have three in here so I can have two phasing in and out most games. I beat a suicide necro deck on the twentieth turn. His first turn was swamp- ritual- priest- negator. Thank god for force of will! That will always be one of my favorite blue cards. I would like to know how to speed this deck up a little. Are there any small phasing creatures I'm not thinking about? This would be a great deck to go up against a stomp deck. I would gain more life than he could take. "Take 25, and I'm done" "My creatures phase in, I gain 33, you take 11" "Damn."