Hey everyone! So I don't know about you, but I love competing in deck building challenges, even if I don't win. It's fun to come up with something fun and creative and to get to see what everyone else can think up. I also love taking cards that people don't usually use and making something of it.
Today's card is one that has intreigued me for a while now, One With Nothing:
When I first saw this card I thought, "Wow this is garbage, what can you do with this?". Looking back now I can think of a few creative uses, but I want to see what you all can come up with.
1) One entry per person.
2) The deck must use at least two copys of One With Nothing and the main theme of the deck needs to revolve around the card in some way.
3) To make things interesting and different between decks, you must choose a single block of cards to use in your deck (not including One With Nothing).
1) Most competitive (effectiveness of the deck and One With Nothing in the deck).
2) Most creative use of One With Nothing.
3) Most unique overall deck idea.
I'll judge soon after the competition comes to a close in about a week. Also, this is my first deck building competition so if you have any critique, ideas or complaints for me just let me know. Good luck and happy deck building!
I'm sure you can think of other things! And I thought the one block thing would make it interesting, but then again, I've never made one of these before and I don't think that the rule is really pragmatic.... [Report]
I went with a B/R Odyssey block deck. I started working with Madness and Flashback, but ended up with more of a Threshold feel, with a win combo. The sideboard can help bring back the madness, and give the option of more of a burn feel if you don't want to try for the combo. [Report]
Decided to give it a try. Probably won't win ('cause I'd never actually play it), but I think I've captured the reason that the card was printed. It seems like a terrible card when taken alone, but, in the context of the set as a whole, makes a little more sense.
I am friends with the OP, so I don't think it would be fair for him to judge my deck. With that said, I felt the need to share my creation because it is a bit different and seems pretty great. I decided to use the Invasion block.