ACR #6

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I’ve developed a theory about Naya. A player only drafts Naya is they have a bomb or if they are under the age of ten. This is a bomb. I also don’t HAVE to draft Naya here since it’s pick one, but I mentioned in ACR #5 I wanted to give Naya more love.
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I pick good creatures over ok removal these days.
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Don’t see these past this point very often.
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I like where this is going already. W/G/r Naya is looking strong, as all my cards are powerful so far.
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I could take Blightning, but I’d rather have someone wanting B/R cards on my left.
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Not this one though. Fast guys that can compete with me are bad news, and there’s a big difference between a dumpy 3 mana Sorcery that doesn’t affect the board and this.
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I like how this deck is going so far. Four quality agressive dudes, two ok ones,  a bomb, and a fixer.
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I don’t plan on having too many red permanents, and the removal is more important anyway. You can also two mana Stone Rain some opponents who play Borderposts on one.
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Non red removal again gets the nod, this time over a creature that is at best a 3/3 in this deck.
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Ok maybe we will get a few red permanents.
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A weak pack for us. I don’t want to pick the 2/1 this high, and another fixer now means more spells in pack 3.
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After that flurry of good cards, pack tow dried up fast for us. Im not too worried though. The deck looks good.
Pack 3 pick 1:

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Such a hard choice. I already have two basic land cyclers and an Unstable Frontier or I would take the Sledge, but I give into greed.
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I could get a good one out of this next time around.
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I’ve never had to make a choice like this before. I took the bolt because it’s removal, and I 100% don’t want to play against it.
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I’ve already got alot of four drops, and this just adds more consistency.
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Latest Putrid Leech ever. Too bad I can’t reliably play it.
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My creature count is kinda meh on 3. This guy sucks, but he lets me play Cliffrunner with haste on four, so there’s a chance he could make it in.
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Quick hate, or I would take Mancer for Constructed.
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This card as a Zap is totally fine, and I could cast him in some situations.
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My deck ended up ok, but I had too many cards that cost slightly too much since they all fixed my mana, and my deck was slow. I lost in Round 1, losing the games where I did not play a bomb. I’m not too annoyed about it though. My deck wasn’t that great, and there was a point in the draft where I could have made the move to R/G/b/w, which I have had great success with in the past, but I was scared of gambling after I had such a good pack 1. I was also nervous about the Jund Charm and Blood Cultist I sent left, along with the lack of Red from the right. I felt I could have been squeezed, and just wanted to stay with what I had, It didn’t work.

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