A good stuff deck is a deck full of cards you want to play. Oftentimes these cards seem fun, but never seem to make the cut in other decks.
A quick recap: What’s a good stuff deck
Kydele, Chosen of Kruphix
Jeska, Thrice Reborn (True story, she’s been reborn three times, so including her original birth, she’s been born four times.)
Deck Origin Story: Temur is my favorite 3 color combination, and I just felt like I needed a Temur deck. I had bought a Jeska, just because the super fancy version wasn’t super pricey ($10) and I knew it was seeing some play in cEDH, so I just wanted to have one, because I really like the partner mechanic. So, I had two choices, Thrasios, or Kydele. I was worried that Thrasios might make the deck seem more powerful than it really was, and I didn’t want to draw too much aggro.
Meet out Commanders:
Archetype of Imagination
On the DL are you just playing this card for the back, Harnfel, Horn of Bounty?
Birgi, God of Storytelling
Only four artifacts in the the deck!
Kruphix, God of Horizons
Vizier of Tumbling Sands
Surge to Victory
Prismari Command (These were just in a pile on my desk, because I had ordered them, these are the types of cards I never seem to be able to find room for)
Veil of Summer
Bident of Thassa
Crucible of Worlds
Rhythm of the Wild
All the fetches possible!
I’ve played the deck 2 times: Shoutout to Prophet and Case!
The first game, my deck was pretty slow, and Prophet did some absolutely disgusting things with Valakut Exploration and Nahiri’s Lithoforming, along with Amulet of Vigor
Game 2, I got off to a faster start with Turn one Birds of Paradise, and turn two Sylvan Library. Got Seedborn Muse and Alchemist’s Refuge going, and then played an instant speed Archetype of Imagination, And got to live the Magic Christmas Land of Surge of Victory targeting Blasphemous act!
Playing the deck
It was really fun playing this Good Stuff deck! It definitely didn’t really have a plan, it just kinda played a lot of really fun cards. It really did remind me of playing in the earlier days of the Commander format.