|The look your opponent will give you if you play this deck|
So here is the amazing EMN spoiler that allows all of my shitty dreams to be realized:
|An adorable face but a horrifying everything else|
|"I've never seen a hedron in the flesh"|
Play this, maybe get a 5/5 and then you must part with your sweet four armed lover. Hand him over. Just trust me. You have some 2/2's that you can chump him with while you wait for the big payoff. Now it's not necessary that you hand over both Omnath and the roil so if you want to hang on to this big guy so you get 5/5's while your opponent get's 2/2's that might be ok. "So what do I do now that I'm just giving all my cards away?" You get rid of them.
|If I can't have it no one can|
So hopefully you have a fair amount of land and some cards in hand. If you built this deck correctly (which is hard to do because the only correct way to build this deck is to not build this deck) you've got Tamiyo's Journal in here and/or Tireless Tracker for an absolute absurd amount of clues. Total up all your permanents and cards in hand and draw that many cards. Now since your Isolation zone is leaving the battlefield, either Omnath or Zendikar's Roil hit the battlefield before all of your lands come into play. Now you have an army of either 2/2's or 5/5's. If your opponent got really land stuck maybe you managed to get some combination of both. You also now have a ton of land to just play whatever is in your hand to help assure your victory.
Fill the rest of your deck with land searching cards like this. Use lots of Jaddi Offshoots to keep you in the game longer so that even though you won't win, you will at least go to time every game and make the matchups weird for everyone. Since you should have other options, maybe throw in one copy each of Bruna and Gisela as an alternate win condition or be a true champion and just ride this out every time.
This deck gets like an 8 on the Salami Scale. It is full of jank and hardly playable. The best part about this deck is just the clever name for it. Will you win with it? Almost never. Will it feel good when you pull it off? You've never known things could feel this good. Honestly this would probably be better as a Naya Landfall EDH deck but all the pieces are in standard right now so play it while it's hot. And when I say hot I mean in the sense that no one wants to touch it.
Are you going to try this deck? Think there are better uses for The Great Aurora? Did you somehow manage to actually win even a single game with this deck? Let us know in the comments or with a hand written letter!