Episode 137 – The Megabreakfast! Part 1

You asked for it, and we were only too happy to oblige! We go a bit more in depth on experimental frenzy in doomsday, and probably only slightly misbuild some example piles and hands. We find odd places for some of the new planes walkers, rejoice at the printing of a new advisor, and find the nemesis of the bag of nope. Please enjoy this bumper episode (or two :)).

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Frenzy Doomsday:
1 Act on Impulse
1 Lim-Dul’s Vault
1 Conjurer’s Bauble
1 Tendrils of Agony
4 Doomsday
4 Experimental Frenzy
4 Dark Ritual
3 Cabal Ritual
4 Lion’s Eye Diamond
4 Lotus Petal
4 Ponder
3 Preordain
4 Brainstorm
4 Thoughtseize
3 Duress
1 Swamp
2 Island
2 Misty Rainforest
4 Polluted Delta
1 Badlands
2 Bloodstained Mire
2 Underground Sea
1 Volcanic Island

2 Surgical Extraction
4 Empty the Warrens
2 Fatal Push
2 Flusterstorm
1 Massacre
4 Perilous Voyage

Sample Hands:
Polluted Delta
Polluted Delta
Flooded Strand
Lotus Petal
Lotus Petal
Cabal Ritual

Lotus Petal
Lotus Petal
Flooded Strand
Underground Sea

Dark Ritual
3 Fetchlands

Dark Ritual x 2
Experimental Frenzy

2 thoughts on “Episode 137 – The Megabreakfast! Part 1

  1. Hey Stu & Stu,
    Lots of great listening again. I’ve been playing Collective Brutality in my Frenzy Doomsday list, because not only does it allow you to solve the on board Thalia/Teeg problems, but also with that second sample hand, you can set up a pile:
    [LED, Frenzy, LED, DD, CoBru]
    and get a kill by infinitely casting Collective Brutality on them to drain for 2 per DD loop.

    • Ahhhhhh sweet. I hadn’t really considered it as an actual wincon, thats really interesting! I tried it a bit, and didn’t really like that as a duress effect its not that great (mainly can’t really make it then go off the same turn a lot. But that might sway it…… :D.

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