Here's my first Draft at a deck that aims to break Moldermuck
. I honestly love Moldermuck's flavor, but a 3 cost card 4/4 with decay that keeps getting weaker and weaker put me at a roadblock in making a deck that works very well with it. I've tried to make swarm decks in tandem with Red and comboing with Scrapmetal Fury
and Oni Battledriver
which resulted in a good deck, but nothing that really capitalizes on Moldermuck. I've also tried decks that fill the void and benefit off of having many units in the void, but again, Moldermuck just felt too mediocre and didn't provide me value in using it.
I've been making a bunch of new decks lately, but nothing too exciting to note- until now.
This deck's purpose is to break Moldermuck. It's entire raison d'etre is to make Moldermuck OP. I don't even mean that it serves just to benefit Moldermuck, but I mean, I want to mitigate Moldermuck's bad mechanics as much as possible and emphasize its cloning mechanic to the extreme.
Behold, my first draft! Give me a week or so and I'll continuously play this deck and make adjustments to it after I find out what works very well.
and Xenan Lifespeaker
are just currently filler for Eremot's Machinations
to get more value.
, Scorpion Wasp
, Send an Agent
, In Cold Blood
are for removal.
and Voice of the Speaker
are just to make sure that you get the power that you need.
and Ancient Lore
are very helpful to run through your deck quickly and I almost always run them when I'm running Time.
Aurelian Merchant should ALWAYS be used for Supply Lines
if you don't have it yet.
is situational and follows a conditional:
If you have a Supply Lines/can get a Supply Lines soon, retrieve Colony Matron
If you do not have Supply Lines, Eremot's Machinations
is probably the next best choice.
(Note that depending on opponent, you may need to get one of the 2 removal spells instead). In the unlikely case that you cannot retrieve units from void, get the removal spells instead.
Anyways, here's how the deck works.
Step 1) Get Supply Lines into Play.
Step 2) Play Moldermuck.
Step 3) ALWAYS attack with Moldermuck. If you have Supply Lines in play, there's never a reason not to attack with Moldermuck.
Step 4) Moldermuck loses 1/1 in stats but it creates a stronger Moldermuck copy.
Step 5) Keep attacking with Moldermuck and laugh at how you get a free strong creature with Decay every turn.
By attacking with Moldermuck, you get a stronger Moldermuck, an increase to your Supply Lines buff, and the Decay makes it so that your opponent will always be disadvantaged no matter their boardstate, cards in hand, or even if you need a blocker (as you'll just make a stronger blocker anyways, you don't need to worry on reserving Moldermuck to block with).