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TJP Midrange v2

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Eternal Titans


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Tournament Information

ETS 2018 S2W5 - Top 8
May 5, 2018


Shiftstone Cost
Does not include campaign cost

Premium Cost

Influence Requirements
1 2 2

Power Sources
10 13 11 13 4

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Deck Rarities
15 17 23 12

Card Types
32 2 16 0 25

Contains Cards From Campaigns
Dead Reckoning [Set1003]


May 6, 2018


Eternal Version
v1.31 - Sealed Deck League

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Ninjacan Eternal Version: 1.31.6
Honestly, i don't know how you always do so well with this deck. It looks really sweet, but everytime I try it, it's just awful. I get run over by aggro decks, I get humiliated by control and bigger decks, or I get color screwed.

Personally if I want to play midrange, praxis, xenan, hooru, elysian or a plate deck all seem like better options. Maybe it's different in best of 3, but for ladder I don't see this deck preforminh
JyronStone Eternal Version: 1.31.6
At least from my experience playing TJP Mid, you win Aggro matchups through your cheap yet quality statlines making your board hard to punch through (and Commando lifesteal if he somehow doesn't get Torched on sight), while the control matchup is won through your beefy Aegis 4 drops forcing 2-for-1 on removal, Stand Together protecting the rest of the units, and Kothon/Siraf ults making free board presence. Opposing midrange decks feel like the diciest matchups, as that's mostly solved through drawing enough removal to answer threats that are too big for your units to handle.
Wok Edited Eternal Version: 1.31.6
The Elf Control deck, which I was playing against this deck during the tournament, got obliterated. Very strong.

And very smart use of the sideboard vs. In Cold Blood.