paddlefoot replied to your post: My boyfriend has this stupid blue/white enchantment deck. When he gets out one Invisible stalker it’s pretty much GG. Because he can uber buff it with enchantments so it ends up being indestructible, hex proof, vigilance, flying, etc… What is good against decks like that?
Invisible Stalker is h4x. Incontrovertible proof that hexproof is boring and that they should stick with shroud.
The feeling of “all upside” is supporting hexproof over shroud right now. But I think putting hexproof on something with “unblockable” is pushing it quite hard.
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- paddlefoot said: The push for “all upside” is the problem. Those kinds of cards don’t require the player to think at all. Shroud allowed for designs that pushed limits in exchange for a drawback, where hexproof removes interactivity. Which is healthier for Magic overall?
- ethanfuckyeah said: Use cards like Diabolic Edict and Geth’s Verdict
- uwcontrol said: Terminus, Devastation Tide (will give you a chance to counter it)
- dunderpunch said: Run Electrickery if red, Paraselene if white.
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