Without sounding too sappy or full of myself, I'm posting to say that I'll be deleting my TMD account after I "check in" to see the new posts tomorrow morning. This has nothing to do with the community, but is an internet-wide choice that I'm making for myself. Account deletion casualties will include Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and others.
If you are looking to get in contact with me, there is still hope! I will still be using Twitch @ twitch.tv/hierarchnoble to watch streams and, hopefully once the weather turns foul again, begin streaming again myself. They have a messaging system you can use to get a hold of me. If that's not your style, there's always email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I look forward to seeing some of you in Twitch chat, listening to Andy, Kevin, and Steve on their podcasts, and attending paper events. Hell, I still hope to be behind the booth at Eternal Weekend. Thank you again, for the good and the bad, and I look forward to what this wildly unorthodox choice does for me.
EDIT: At Andy's request, I am leaving my account active for posterity. If I find at anytime this undermines my goals I will come back and delete the whole thing.
This seems like a fun card to play around with in a UR Artificer deck I was tooling around with some time ago. With Goblin Welder and Master Transmuter to retrigger it, and a full suite of Thirst for Knowledge to use with it, it's a pretty good payoff card.
It's important to note that, thanks to Paradoxical Outcome being an instant, they can respond to all of the triggers that Treasure Nabber creates much in the same way they respond to tapping their own Sensei's Divining Top.
It seems naturally costed for a Moon Stompy shell. That seems like a fun avenue to explore that might have a natural payoff for sudden bursts of mana.
This actually happened to me with Mike Noble essentially being given full credit for Noble Fish even though I was absolutely 100% the originator of the deck as people in the know will attest to.
Much love, Noah. I'm the 100% originator of a deck myself, but it too was much more successful in the hands of a better pilot.
@wfain Isn't that the reason we also had Ravenous Traps in Survival? If you're looking for hate cards against specific zones or card types, diversity will always help to sidestep the anti-hate.