There hasn't been as much support for the
flickering/blink style of deck in the last
couple of blocks. That's probably because it got
so much support in the years leading up to those
blocks, culminating with Conspiracy and Brago
here. In a deck with lots of comes-into-play
abilities, Brago offers a very simple bargain:
get him through in combat once, and in turn
receive enough reuses to win two or three
matches. And in blue and white, that's
surprisingly easy to pull off. He's going to be
an enormous target the first two times he's cast
or even more, but you're playing The Flickering
Deck: it's hard not to generate card advantage
with such a deck.
Another card never reviewed here, somehow.
Anyway, Brago's deck basically builds itself.
insert ETB effects, swing, flicker, repeat. It's
a pretty hard deck to beat when it gets going,
and it gets going fast at turn 4 (with the right
hand, of course). It's not hard to see why it's
probably one of the best EDH decks out there