Magic Stone of Moon Shade

Magic Stone of Moon Shade

Special Magic Stone


Place on the back of the moon, this magic stone amplifies compensation.

Magic Stone of Moon Shade Discussion

Thevenomous on Kaguya's Rabbits

1 year ago

I was thinking of replacing the two Magic Stone of Moon Shade with Magic Stone of Light Vapors, rather than just light stones. Maybe with that you could use Rabbit of the Aqua Moon too. I'm not sure how good it would be, but its another rabbit.

MashedPotatoJones on Kaguya's Rabbits

1 year ago

I've been thinking of how the Magic Stone side is going to change with the rotation. It's going to be a little less autonomous when I lose Magic Stone of Moon Light and Magic Stone of Moon Shade. I will be running the 4x Magic Stone of Gusting Skies, but the last two slots are also puzzling me. It will take some play testing to see what all it needs to be.

I will also have to dump parts of the side board, and rework it slightly. Keen Sense is in consideration mostly because of the targeted destruction of the standby area. Having it act as a cancel spell is also nice, but since it can only target normal spells, it will be more situational than Seal of Wind and Light and Wall of Wind. I've also been thinking of slotting in Wolf in the Moonlight, as it would work well having Target Attack, and makes a prime target for Kaguya's Premonition.

kengiczar on Kaguya's Rabbits

1 year ago

You know I never bothered to read Rabbit Trap before and wrote off the whole 1 drop bunnies as dumb. Now that I actually read how it works I will say it's much better than I thought.

I'm at a loss at what to do for my last 2 stones and I know that Magic Stone of Moon Light and Magic Stone of Moon Shade are about to rotate. Currently I am using 4x Moonbreeze's Memoria and 4x Magic Stone of Gusting Skies.

Any ideas on what the last two slots should really be once rotation happens? I play 4x Tsukuyomi Noble so I want double light will by T2 every time. Just putting in two Light stones will cause me to have dead cards Turns 1 and 2 with Moonbreeze Elf and that 1 drop counter.

Xindlepete1 on Angels Demon

1 year ago

Looks pretty good, though one big thing of note:

Where is your "moon" attribute? You have many cards in this deck which rely on it for activation, but none of your stones can produce it. This means that your Angel of Wisdom, Cherudim, Demon of the Black Moon, Lilith, Fallen Angelic Destroyer, Lucifer, and Kaguya's Premonition have no way of activating their additional abilities. It really cuts down on their usefulness. I'd recommend dropping your 3x Magic Stone of Light and 3x Magic Stone of Darkness, and replacing them with 2x each of Moonbreeze's Memoria, Magic Stone of Moon Light/Magic Stone of Moon Shade, and Black Moon's Memoria. I personally prefer the Magic Stone of Moon Light to the Magic Stone of Moon Shade, but it does kind of suck to draw them on turn one and have no other attribute production. So to each their own on that choice, just think of which one you would prefer.

Another thing of note is the card count. In Force of Will, your minimum requirements are 10x Magic Stones (because the Magic Stone Deck is separate from your regular deck), and your main deck has a minimum of 40. Including your J/Ruler, an overall deck has a minimum of 51 cards. Obviously, the fewer cards in your deck the more reliably it can perform. Also worth mentioning is that Force of Will is a much faster paced game than MTG can be, because your resources are virtually guaranteed in this game. You can reliably cast a 5 CAC resonator on turn 5, because you will pretty much always have 5 magic stones on turn 5. As such, most decks skew towards lower CAC costs, to avoid drawing too many higher cost resonators and spells early on.

Keeping this in mind, I would recommend dropping your Celestial Wing Seraphs and Fallen Angelic Destroyer, Lucifers down to 2x each. This makes it less likely to draw them early when you can't cast them anyway, but still present in the deck. Also note that when you pay Judgment for Arla, the Winged Lord, and flip him to Arla, the Hegemon of the Sky, he allows you to search your library for an angel resonator and put it into your hand. If you don't draw into either of your "big" angels, then you can simply flip Arla for his Judgment to search one of them up, and summon them the following turn.

I think you can drop the Alice's Little Supply Force entirely, and possibly the 1x Shadow Doppelganger. Cutting these cards, along with the above mentioned angels, drops your 60 card deck to the minimum 51. It also leaves all of the resonators in your deck with Flying, meaning valid targets for Arla, the Winged Lord's buff and the passive boost from Heavenly Garden of Armalla. You are also left with a higher chance of drawing your removals, whether it be Stoning to Death, Demon of the Black Moon, Lilith, or Fallen Angelic Destroyer, Lucifer. Much more useful than an Alice's Little Supply Force. All in all, looks like a really solid first deck.

Welcome to Force of Will, and also, GO ARLA HE IS MY FAVORITE TOO! FLYERS FO' LIFE!