There's not much to say here. When this event got announced, I figured good stuff Elysian is the way to go. Go big or go home. Fatties up against limited removal spells. Let's do this.
In two runs I'm 6-1 and 7-0.
: After five runs I am 32-3. The list has also been updated with Eons and moving Scourge to the market.
: I ended all of my runs with a final record of 56-7. After the event and with some reflection on how the deck performed, I would consider switching out six cards for something different. Staff of Stories
saw little play. The card is not terrible. It just didn't get drawn very often, and when it did, I was probably way ahead or behind to make playing it worth it.
End of Days
did some work, but the beauty of the card is its Tribute function, and that didn't happen as often as would have made it worth playing. This is in contrast to End of Hostilities
which the upside of its Tribute was infinitely better.
Invoke the Waystones
ditched cards to the void which honestly I really
wanted in the hand instead. Sure, it works with Tribute for End of Days and End of Hostilities, but ultimately, there was something better to do with 6 power.
suffered the same fate. It was expensive to take a turn off. I seldom played it. When I did, it was usually out of desperation. It just didn't work as well as I had hoped. Thundering Kerasaur
was played, a lot. That said, this deck has spells that trigger card draw for your opponent. I would really consider an alternative for this card if this event is reintroduced.
Finally, Talir, Who Sees Beyond
was a good idea at the time, and it went off only a couple of times. When it did go off, it was just plain stupid. For example, tucking Twinbrood Sauropod
to the market and getting it out when Talir was on board made for some interesting gameplay, but some other option for Talir might be recommended. Talir, Unbound
comes to mind and very probably should have been the first pick here.