New Player Guide Budget Decks Mid Budget Decks Competitve Decks Description
Build around campaign and promo cards, it is aimed for players that have promos lying and without deck, to see their power in this list. It is expected that you will need to craft Evenhanded Golem
and/or Locust Hatcher
. So total cost for you will be quite low, if you don't have promos, craft them on your own risk.
- 16 Ramp, 8 in each 2 & 4 slots.
- 6 Removal
- 7 Tutor / Cycle cards
Time walk 2-3 turns ahead in scope of power.
T2 ramp, T3 ramp into T4 Threat.
Neat synergy for our one-offs.
You always want to tutor first for Talir, Who Sees Beyond
and then tutor Azindel, Revealed
, that will be played on tutor due to talir's effect. Also you always want to play Azindel, Revealed
before Vara, Fate-Touched
So, Talir > Azindel > Vara.
Cards & Reasoning
- Trail Maker
, Lost Scroll
our 2 slot ramp. Trail Maker fits two roles, influence stabilization as well as Onslaught trigger for Reclaim
- Eternity Core
our 4 slot ramp +2 cards.
- Evenhanded Golem
draw two and leave a body for block, Onslaught trigger for Reclaim
, feed to Dizo, Cabal Chairman
- Vara, Vengeance-Seeker
our midgame/stabilization card.
- Caiphus, Wandering King
our main threat, can make wonders if you pull crazy skill combinations.
- Locust Hatcher
second threat with go wide evasive units plan. Due to 15 spells in deck you will be in great position. Also it has Warp so additional value to that.
- Dizo, Cabal Chairman
our evasive threat as well as utilization of not needed Trail Maker
, Locus tokens for useful card.
- Talir, Who Sees Beyond
, Azindel, Revealed
, Vara, Fate-Touched
our tutor pack and great curve enders.
It's not a high competitive deck, but a way to use cards that in most cases threaten as a bad or not used at all cards.
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