Limited Magic: Scars of Mirrodin Card Pool


I did a Scars of Mirrodin sealed deck this week. We each opened six packs and this is what I opened:

White


Arrest
Auriok Sunchaser
Fulgent Distraction
Ghalma's Warden
Glimmerpoint Stag
Glint Hawk
Indomitable Archangel (M)
Kemba's Skyguard
Loxodon Wayfarer
Salvage Scout x2
Vigil for the Lost

Red

Assault Strobe
Ferrovore
Flameborn Hellion
Furnace Celebration
Galvanic Blast
Molten Psyche (R)
Melt Terrain
Oxidda Daredevil
Shatter x2

Blue

Bonds of Quicksilver x2
Disperse
Darkslick Drake
Lumengrid Drake
Neurok Invisimancer
Riddlesmith
Screeching Silcaw x3
Trinket Mage
Twisted Image

Green

Blunt the Assault
Copperhorn Scout
Cystbearer
Ezuri's Archers
Lifesmith
Tangle Angler
Tel-Jilad Defiance
Withstand Death

Black

Blistergrub x2
Contagious Nim
Corrupted Harvester
Dross Hopper
Grasp of Darkness
Instill Infection
Relic Putrescence
Tainted Strike

Artifact

Barbed Battlegear
Chrome Steed x2
Contagion Engine (R)
Corpse Cur
Clone Shell
Darksteel Sentinel x2
Glint Hawk Idol
Gold Myr
Golem Foundry
Grafted Exoskeleton
Grindclock (R)
Horizon Spellbomb
Kuldotha Forgemaster (R)
Necrogen Censer
Necropede
Nihil Spellbomb
Origin Spellbomb
Panic Spellbomb
Moriok Replica x2
Rust Tick
Soliton x2
Trigon of Corruption
Trigon of Rage
Tumble Magnet x2
Vulshok Replica
Wall of Tanglecord

Land

Glimmerpost
Razorverge Thicket (R)

I suppose I'll be using artifacts here. What looks strong here? I like the double shatter. I'm gonna have a hard time not playing red.

I'll show you my deck in a future post.

3 Response to "Limited Magic: Scars of Mirrodin Card Pool"

  1. Loquacious October 21, 2010 at 11:23 AM
    With 40% of the cards in the set being artifacts, yes, artifacts are a good choice. RedDeckWins is now RedDeckKills due to artifact pump and mana ramp options including metalcraft and IronMyr. Can't wait to see!
  2. Josh October 21, 2010 at 7:57 PM
    Just so you know... Over a year ago, I switched from one expensive hobby to another, abandoning Magic for 40K. Thanks to this post (and the set previews that I would have ignored if not for this post), I'm tempted to try to squeeze both into my budget.

    I'm blaming you for my future bankruptcy. :-)
  3. Kevin Nash October 22, 2010 at 12:02 AM
    Haha. It's always kinda surprised me that more Magic players didn't play 40k and vice-versa. There are similar elements between them.

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