All Knowing

Posted in NEWS on June 26, 2014

By Adam Prosak

From Friday Night Magic to the Pro Tour, Adam Prosak loves all types of tournament Magic. Currently, Adam is working in R&D as a developer.

If you can cast anything without paying it's mana cost, what would you want to cast?

Logan Mize would recommend Emrakul, the Aeons Torn. And if that's not good enough, another copy of Emrakul, the Aeons Torn.

There is a simplistic beauty to this deck. No fancy frills, no backup plans. Just a hyper-efficient plan to cast the biggest, baddest monster in Magic: The Gathering.

The basic idea is to cast a Show and Tell, putting Omniscience into play. After that, the goal is to find an Emrakul, the Aeons Torn, and cast that for free. That will give you an extra turn, and an annihilator trigger that will likely decimate the opponent's board. With Omniscience in play, this deck is very capable of chaining search spells, and Intuition (or Cunning Wish for Intuition) can find the needed Emrakul.

One of biggest strengths of this deck involves the sixteen blue cantrips for a single mana. Brainstorm, Gitaxian Probe, Ponder, and Preordain are all excellent cards that help piece together combos very quickly. These cards give this deck the speed and consistency needed to succeed in Legacy.

Logan Mize's Omniscience

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Creature (4)
4 Emrakul, the Aeons Torn
Artifact (4)
4 Lotus Petal
Enchantment (4)
4 Omniscience
60 Cards