Update 2: I subbed Edict of Kodosh
back in for Lay Siege
and Inquisitor Makto
in for Tavrod, Auric Broker
. I only did one 7 win run but Makto was better than Tavrod would have been in every spot. Being resistant to most removal is just better than a low probability card draw, and the flying unit provides easy additional damage. I like this new list but feel free to mess around with it, maybe adding Minotaur Platemaker
if you want to keep Tavrod, though Sheriff Marley
has over-performed for me as an Aegis unit, Silence and Chump blocker generator.
Update: I have since had a few bad runs where the deck struggles occasionally with flooding out but also against very aggressive starts. I'm finding that we don't really need multiples of Pale Rider's Timepiece
most of the time, so I'm testing -1 Edict of Kodosh
+1 Timepiece in the market and replacing the maindeck copies with 4 Bloodletter
. Deck is pretty good but still may need some tweaks. Tavrod, Auric Broker
is probably at its weakest in this build with only 10 hits possible, including other Tavrod. It is definitely worth testing Inquisitor Makto
in this slot or if you're feeling ambitious with the powerbase, Tasbu, the Forbidden
This deck has passed the initial 35-0 test at masters, bosses were limitless possibilities x3 and highly skilled x2 (I would have liked more variety here so let me know how it goes against other bosses). The AI had the benefit of destiny Thunderstrike Dragons and numerous Exalted Echo units and the deck was able to easily overcome that advantage thanks to Pale Rider's Timepiece
. Master's Blade
gives the deck additional removal and is pretty easy to invoke thanks to the multiskilled units. Both these weapons are incredible draws off Tavrod. I opted for a bunch of Aegis units to help against AI removal decks and lock up an easy win with Flying Deadly Killer Lifesteal Aegis units which are too much for the AI to deal with.