The Tau Beta Pi, the card that launched a new wave of tau decks and led to the Tau Open, is a card that is almost exclusively played by players with T4s.
Its also the card we are most interested in testing out, and this week we’re going to try out our own take on it.
As the name suggests, T4tau is a deck built around the deck’s Tau version.
The goal is to maximize the number of mana sources, and the card is a great way to try and do that, because its so cheap and versatile.
The mana costs of this deck can range from 1 to 6 mana, and while that’s not the worst of it, you should only play this deck if you have a lot of mana.
It’s a lot more cost effective than other decks, especially since it only needs to cast one spell per turn, which makes it a little more forgiving to misplay.
This deck has a few key cards that really make it stand out.
First of all, its a pretty good removal spell.
The card is pretty cheap, so if you are playing the deck, you can usually make use of its ability in a pinch.
It also has a decent body that is relatively easy to kill.
The deck also has three copies of the T4 mana-drain spell, which means that even if you do not have a T4 in play, you will be able to play one and drain the opponent’s mana.
This is a powerful effect, as it makes it very easy to get ahead on the board and clear out the board.
The second key card is the T5.
This card can be used to remove a creature if you want, but you will most likely be able use it to remove multiple creatures.
This allows you to deal with creatures that are really tough to kill, and also allows you access to creatures that you otherwise would not be able access to.
The third card is T6.
This one is the biggie.
It allows you the ability to gain life, and you will likely be using this ability in conjunction with the other two cards.
If you are in a situation where you are behind, you want to keep this card in your hand.
It can also be used in combination with the removal spell to clear out an opponent’s board.
Lastly, you are able to gain card advantage by playing T6 cards in combat.
This can be very useful if you get the opponent to waste their removal spells and use it on you.
Finally, there is the card called the T7.
This creature is a bit more expensive than the T6, and it has a bit of a drawback.
While it has some power, it doesn’t have the power of the other cards.
This drawback is compounded by the fact that it is a creature that costs 3 mana.
Even if you can get a T7 on the battlefield, you still will be running a 5/5, which will not be as effective.
This also makes it pretty expensive to play, and if you don’t have any of these cards, it may not be worth it.
It should be noted that we are not talking about the “good” version of T7 here.
It is a very bad creature, and a bad creature that is very easy for the opponent.
The only way to beat it is by not using your creatures as often as possible.
For this reason, we feel it is more important to play the good version of this card.
It will give you the best chance to win the game, and its one of the better ways to gain advantage.
Tau Beta Beta Pi vs. other tau buildsThis deck is built around a very strong creature, which is the 3/3 T8.
The main goal of this creature is to get you through your opponent’s turn, as well as to attack with it when it does reach 1 power.
The problem with this creature, however, is that it can only attack once per turn.
Its an absolute nightmare to play against, because you will always have the T8 creature, meaning that you will need to draw one of these creatures in the same turn as your opponent.
That can be tricky, since if you draw both of them, you need to cast both to activate them.
However, if you both draw, you won’t need to.
Both creatures will be active during your opponent and they will attack.
This makes it easy to cast them, since you have access to the mana.
The T8 has the same problems as the T1, and will likely never be a very effective creature.
Its a creature with very little power, and no reason to play it.
It has a relatively high attack that can easily be destroyed, and with the right removal, it can often be killed.
The T1 and T2 also are fairly easy to remove, and can be removed even with the T2, but they will be a bit slow to get rid of.
This means that