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Means to a Combo

Throne Deck By
SirRhino
SirRhino+8212

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Type

Faction

Information

Means to an End + Vara + Vara + Slumbering Stone + Infernal Tyrant is basically an infinite combo. So this does that, but also can just be a grindy-ish big midrange deck. Thoroughly untested, but also thoroughly exciting.

Details

Shiftstone Cost
Does not include campaign cost
34,400

Premium Cost
144,000

Influence Requirements
2 3

Power Sources
14 19 8

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Deck Rarities
22 17 12 7

Card Types
26 3 21 0 25

Contains Cards From Campaigns
Jekk's Bounty [Set1001]

Archetype
Combo

Updated
August 4, 2017

Added
August 1, 2017

Views
6,889

Eternal Version
Omens of the Past

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mama95 Edited Eternal Version: 1.22.4
Saving this for when I have some stones (lacking 5 of the most expensive cards ^^).
Thanks for sharing SirRihno
Almost Eternal Version: 1.22.4
This deck has some really explosive combos, and decent units in the midgame. Most of the cards are actually from set 1, so I'm kind of surprised to have not really seen anything like it (Though Means to an End makes the combo more consistent)
rudeki Eternal Version: 1.22.4
I splashed Herald's Song just because I hate sitting around doing nothing with these Varas and Grasps in my hand.
butts Eternal Version: 1.22.4
I was having a really hard time getting anywhere close to the combo. Especially with all of the skycragro running around. I ended up cutting the fire, and instead running primal. I'm currently running a couple Eilyn's Favor, Herald's Song, Lightning Storm, a whispering Wind, and am experimenting with Torgov and Piercing Grief. Piercing has actually been great (despite adding cards back to the deck.) Torgov hasn't been helpful enough other than giving a large body to the board. It definitely needs tuning.
BeeJayTea Eternal Version: 1.22.4
There's some real power here. I tried a version without Means (which I guess kinda misses the point of what you were going for...), and the core feels super solid. For your perusal: The (Slumbering) Stone Nuts