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Deck submitted on pensfan62's stream on 11/03/2023
Theme : The Great Rift

Besides going for 5 faction greed pile powerbases, another way to play The Great Rift is to cheat it out or to splash it using influence generating cards which are mostly seen in Time. Notably, Reap and Memento Mori generates all 5 Factions required for The Great Rift. Therefore, an obvious way to do it is to play a Time Midrange shell for the deck.

Talking about Reap, it has quite a good synergy with Surge effects, notably Svetya, Lightbringer and Genetrix Irel, Wayward. On the other hand, there also used to be a combo with Silvercrest Purifier, Reap and Savagery. And coincidentally, one of the Site Agendas for The Great Rift is Savagery. This gives the idea of a Combrei Midrange deck incorporating the Purifier combo in the market. (through Fair Exchange)

The deck aims to get early ramp for either the Silvercrest Purifier combo or big units like Worldbearer Behemoth, another game-winning synergy is Svetya, Lightbringer into Reap for a mega team buff to your deck. The deck is also splashing for Xulta Arcanum since it synergises well with out other cards.

The flex spots are the early drops, Diana, Faith's Shield and Binding Agreement. You can consider cards like Marshal Ironthorn, The Creation Project and Moonstone Vanguard.


Shiftstone Cost
Does not include campaign cost

Premium Cost

Influence Requirements
1 3 4 1 1

Power Sources
7 19 21 22

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Deck Rarities
2 17 32 1 25

Card Types
32 5 11 7 25

Contains Cards From Campaigns
Dead Reckoning [Set1003]
Trials of Grodov [Set1006]

Combo Midrange

March 12, 2023


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Behemoths of Thera

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abbaabbaabba Edited Eternal Version: 23.03.08
Very intelligently constructed. Enjoyed reading the explanations. I love theoretical deckbuilding where a key idea leads to certain options for support, then other synergies, and then another idea, etc.

Now, in terms of how effective it can be, I'm skeptical. Other than the Purifier combo (which can be achieved without Rift), why are we using Rift? It seems our cards exist to enable Rift, but not to benefit from the presence of Rift.

It seems that a more streamlined Surge deck would probably be more consistent.