I had built Spiritual Movement, tested it and found some very strong themes. I then made some significant changes to the deck and published it. The changes seem to have slowed it down far to much. This is much closer to the original concept. No The Whateley Estate, or Nicodemus Whateley, and no Red Horse's Tail. Horses tails can have an affect on the opponents movement, but they often get left unused in play, and most often do nothing but take up valuable gr and a card in hand. Over all, they did not contribute to the decks themes of movement, unbooting, adjacency, and holy grounds.
Reintroducing buried treasure drastically improves this deck, since it reduces effective deck size, and produces gr.
|Nov 10, 2016 DoomDog|
|Nov 10, 2016 jaythejester|
|Nov 10, 2016 Nobuyoki|
|Nov 10, 2016 twoeyedjack|