Thoust story begins with a weary wisp. Thine wisp is begrudged with a terrible curse; undeath. For you see, even when thy wisp is slain, it can not rest in the after gardens. It will never know true ETERNAL(see what I did there?) slumber.
Thoust part is the cruel god of death, the unknowing god of life. With each death, you must grant it life. And with each rebirth, the wisps rage grows.
Okay, so I’m no Shakespearean story teller.
Basic deck for beginners. It goes over interactions that are fundamentally unique to this game. It’s not going to grant you top 8 at the next ECQ, but it is a fun way to learn certain interactions and combos if you’re newer.
Brimstone Altar, secret passage, Combust, quarry and devour are all here to trigger tribute cost with added benefits. Lots of graveyard(the void) interactions, so be cautious of cards to impede on your fun little parade. Cards like Adjucators Gavel (thanks to Isomorphics fantastic Vara deck, I’ve been seeing many many gavels. Everyone wants to be judge Judy nowadays.) another bummer card for us is Statuary Maiden. Try not to let your Wisp be silenced, it’s kind of your main win condition. A good opening hand is 2 shadow influence, 1 fire, and some T1-T2 plays. (If you’re super new “T” refers to “Turn”). As with most of my decks, I don’t advise going out of your way to craft them, but also with most of my decks, not every card is necessary. This is just what’s fun for me to play.