Storm in my Heart by Scarred IV Life
A look at the comprehensive rules for flashback.
Flashback to the Future
Cards dealing with the ability found in Time Spiral:
Call of the Herd
Conflagrate (a weird mix of Meteor Shower and Firestorm)
Dralnu, Lich Lord (a Recoup on legs)
Dread Return (possible use with Sengir Autocrat?)
Gaze of Justice (a nod to the Hand of Justice)
Think Twice (a mini Deep Analysis)
Thrill of the Hunt
History of Flashback
Cards that may have influenced flashback:
Hammer of Bogardan
What flashback in turn may have helped to inspire:
Top Past Flashback Cards by Color
Deep Analysis (with its reference to the overpowered Masticore)
Flash of Insight
Call of the Herd
Roar of the Wurm
Play it again, Sam
Using Flashback Effectively
Cards that can fill your graveyard with flashback spells can be incredibly useful, as there are a number of spells that have a cheaper flashback cost than their regular mana cost. Dredge, discard effects and similar abilities team well with flashback. The Judgment wishes and Pull from Eternity could allow you to get back an already flashbacked spell to play yet again.
Graveyard hate cripples flashback. Beware of Withered Wretch, Tormod’s Crypt, and Leyline of the Void.
Favorite Card with Bonus Combo:
Firecat Blitz + Pandemonium + Goblin Bombardment
Example Decklist using Flashback:
4 Polluted Delta
4 Wooded Foothills
Creatures: (0 though this is deceptive, as there’s many token-making spells)
Other Spells: (32)
4 Call of the Herd
4 Catalyst Stone
4 Deep Analysis
4 Grizzly Fate
4 Life from the Loam
4 Quiet Speculation
4 Roar of the Wurm
4 Rune Snag
The deck focuses on filling the graveyard with a number of flashback spells, allowing you to play out an army of token creatures. The fetchlands do more duty than in normal decks, as they help the graveyard reach threshold for Grizzly Fate and make Life from the Loam downright insane.
Quiet Speculation and dredging Life from the Loam fills your graveyard as well, usually with flashback spells. Try to play either of these spells as soon as possible, even if you have no lands for Loam to grab. You want to dredge it early to fill the graveyard.
Deep Analysis helps to draw into more cards, and Prohibit and Rune Snag are at your disposal to counter any major threats (like Wrath of God for example). If you can, play agressively and only hold back mana for countermagic if you know the opponent has something to ruin you.