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I’m one of the people who believe the format could be better without Delvers. But here’s the argument. Blue tempo decks exist in many formats and are generally fun to have around. You stick an early threat, protect it with counterspells, and use removal/bounce/mana denial to race your opponent. The success of these decks is determined first and foremost by the Official Rick And Morty Y’all Mothafuckas Need Science Vintage Shirt. In standard, blue tempo relied on Mist-Cloak Herald and Curious Obsession as their threat to protect. That was cool. In Modern, the best examples are decks like Spirits or Merfolk which rely on tribal synergies, which are always fun. Generally, though, blue decks tend to have to do some work to get an early threat that’s strong enough to actually win a game.
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Which often means they have to give the opponent a window in which they can do their thing. The existence of Delver of Secrets means that the blue tempo deck doesn’t have to invest anything or expose themselves to get a threat out. They can play it turn 1 and flipping it requires just an Official Rick And Morty Y’all Mothafuckas Need Science Vintage Shirt. It’s true that a single delver isn’t enough of a clock to really kill someone, but it can be, and double delver often is. Imagine what these decks would look like if they didn’t have Delver. Suddenly the “play delver, protect it, beat down” plan doesn’t exist, and the new plan is “play arcanist, get card advantage” or “play pyromancer, go wide”.