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Moist Jund

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Does not include campaign cost

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Influence Requirements
2 2

Power Sources
20 17 12

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Deck Rarities
13 20 22 8

Card Types
28 9 13 0 25

Contains Cards From Campaigns
The Tale of Horus Traver [Set1002]
Dead Reckoning [Set1003]


March 18, 2018


Eternal Version
Dead Reckoning

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Batteriez Eternal Version: 20.09.03
OSPerry Eternal Version: 1.40
I have been having a lot of luck with this deck. Very solid contender. I am Silver 1. I have played the past two days and both days ended up 14/20 (70%). I made a couple of adjustments to this deck. Working like a well-oiled machine so far.
FireballZora Eternal Version: 1.29
where the heck do you take these names from?
frmorrison Eternal Version: 1.29
Sometimes people like to make up crazy deck names for tournaments. This deck is normally called Argenport Midrange.
FireballZora Eternal Version: 1.29
lol ikr. I googled it and found out that Jund is a tri-color faction in MTG, but this is both misinformating and misleading, bc many people don't have a background in Magic, and to be even worse this deck isn't tri-colored
Yummyfish Eternal Version: 1.29
As someone with MTG experience I feel I can elucidate a little bit. Jund in MTG does refer to the three color combination of Black/Green/Red, but it's also the name of a grindy midrange deck. I believe the deck, and not the color combination, is what was being referenced.
JTJag Eternal Version: 1.29
Jund has also colloquially been used to refer to Justice/Shadow/Fire midrange decks in Eternal, as a result of the Magic origins of the term.

This deck is called "Moist Jund", I presume, entirely because it has a playstyle like a Jund deck but the fire is doused..
Ceri Edited Eternal Version: 1.31
Aa, but "Moist Jund" is Magic-talk for adding Blue to Jund (so it's blue/black/red/green); the four-colour factions have no official names, so they're usually referred to by adding a silly word to a three-colour name, so you get Dark Jeskai, Moist Jund, Angry Abzan, Burning Bant, etc.

There's no deeper meaning, TonyGeeeee is just being silly! Silly deck names are an Eternal tradition, after all!
Azari Eternal Version: 1.29
Could You please explain why Crownwatch Traitor is so good? It seems to be in all recent versions of Argenport Midrange.
Crovax Eternal Version: 1.29
The biggest reason is it dodges Vanquish outright, and as a bonus Inquisitor's Sword can give it flying anyway.
tghy71 Eternal Version: 1.29
It's immune to Torch on your opponent's turn, it has a good statline, 2 excellent abilities that allow it to make use of its stats switching, and it's a fun card to use in general. It also has no negative effect like Impending Doom, which is what it typically replaces.
Azari Edited Eternal Version: 1.29
Thank you. Still it can die to torch at end of our turn.
Would Memory Dredger make sense in this kind of deck ? Doesn't die to torch and we have 8 2mana creatures in the deck.

Also as a budget replacement I think Copperhall Paladin is good to some extent(+Inquisitor's Blade ? then it ramps for Green and also a flying lifestealer. And +Tavrod).
victor Edited Eternal Version: 1.29
Any replacement for inquisitor's blade
frmorrison Eternal Version: 1.29
Any weapon like more rune hammer or hammer of Might.
tghy71 Eternal Version: 1.29
25000 gold
victor Eternal Version: 1.29
I'm already saving up
Murder420 Eternal Version: 1.29
How does this hold up as a ladder deck?
Especially against control decks, which is all i seem to face in masters lately.
Thanks for the list.
Rodick Eternal Version: 1.29
Nice deck
mcspamm Eternal Version: 1.29
Can you recommend any budget replacements for Crownwatch Traitor?
TonyGeeeee Eternal Version: 1.29
Impending doom
wushambudo Eternal Version: 1.29