You plan to go aggro, the deck is not close to be fast enough. Sample cards would be: Gravecrawler, Sarcomancy, Wretched Anurid, Rotting Giant, Gempalm Polluter, Zombie Master + Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth. Hitting hard, fast and possibly, unblocked.
Now, if you plan to go for a mid-game, in an aggro-control fashion, than you have something, but lacking the best card for the deck: Lord of the Undead. That, alongside Unholy Grotto, has as awsome interaction with cards like: Grave Defiler, Graveborn Muse, Fleshbag Marauder, Nameless Inversion, Festering Goblin, Gempalm Polluter, Gray Merchant of Asphodel, Noxious Ghoul, Rotlung Reanimator,
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Feb 22, 2015The secret for a solid dragon deck is: insert mana ramp and fix on the deck (ideally you must be able to drop a Dragon T3-T4), use mass removal (stall/reset the board).Posted in: Casual & Multiplayer Formats
There is a primer on casual boards dedicated to Dragon decks, with a lot of good advices and deck suggestions on there, you should take a look.
Feb 22, 2015The best Treefolk deck i've came up is the GBW version, the plays in a Rock style.Posted in: Casual & Multiplayer Formats
Here is the list:
DORAN ROCKMagic OnlineOCTGN2ApprenticeBuy These Cards //LANDS (24)
04 Murmuring Bosk
04 Vivid Grove
04 Treefolk Harbinger
04 Timber Protector
04 Leaf-Crowned Elder
03 Doran, the Siege Tower
03 Bosk Banneret
02 Wickerbough Elder
04 Nameless Inversion
04 Fertile Ground
04 Primal Command
04 Oblivion Ring
03 Orchard Warden
03 Cloudcrown Oak
03 Dauntless Dourbark
02 Wickerbough Elder
Certainly you can improve the mana base (alot!), but regarding the strategy, i think Doran Rock is the way to go.
Jul 17, 20144 Smokebraider for mana ramp and fixingPosted in: Casual & Multiplayer Formats
I vote against Shaman en-kor. There's no need to protect Sunflare Shaman, we just need to present other threats that might also improve SS effectiveness (read adding elementals).
There is a blue elemental that provide draw, 3 cards, which'd be nice, but i can't remember the name.
Jun 14, 2014Got it.Posted in: Casual & Multiplayer Formats
Ok, first i suggest you to drop black, it has nothing to offer you in your aggro swarm strategy.
You have too many lords, what makes your deck not smooth on your drops, since 3cmc became packed. Drop Warchief.
If you plan to mountainwalk with Gobbos, Blood Moon instead of Compass, since it just not screws all non basic lands, as doesn´t demands mana investiment.
Gempalm Incinerator is a very wishful card for the deck. Goblin Piledriver (if your budget accepts it) is a must go.
Jun 11, 2014You need to up T1 drops, its key for Ninjas to have a creature into the board on T1, so you can Ninjutsu on T2.Posted in: Casual & Multiplayer Formats
Now you're only running Ornithopter, and you should have 7-8.
Black is doing nothing for you: a late discard (Okiba-Gang Shinobi - 4cmc), when most your opponent will have few to no cards to discard. A singleton Ink-Eyes, Servant of Oni that only revives opponent's creatures (which makes you dependant on what deck your opponent is playing with), and the only sort of useful card is Throat Slitter that becomes null when you run Mistblade Shinobi and bounce creatures back. So i'd get rid of black altogether.
Its really important for Ninjas already cast to find a way to dodge blockers, otherwise, you get stuck with them into play, and to do that you have 3 options: sneak through ninjutsu again, bounce blockers, or remove them. To sneak through ninjutsu again you must be able to bounce them back to your hand, that's when cards like Walker of Secret Ways becomes relevant. To bounce blockers you need to run bounce spells like Boomerang. And to remove, you must go with black and pack up removals.
Some sort of control element (counter, bouncer, removal...) is necessary. Ninjas SUCK on beatdown, and mostly any other aggro deck rush over it in a blink of eyes. Stick with 20-24 critters, 20-22 lands, 14-20 support cards (a minor pump like Ronin Warclub helps out though).
Jun 10, 2014Drop Megrim and Liliana's Caress. Once opponent gets on topdeck mode, they become useless. Work around The Rack effects, like The Rack, Shrieking Affliction, Nezumi Shortfang.Posted in: Casual & Multiplayer Formats
One of the best oppenings for a discard player is Dark Ritual + Duress + Hymn to Tourach, that's the core of a discard deck, so i strongly suggest you acquiring those cards. (they are not expensive)
Jun 10, 2014To me, the old stuff will be Phasing, but now working like an autoBlinkPosted in: Speculation
Blink Spirit 2W
When ~ comes into play, remove target creature from the game. Return it to play in the end of turn under its owner control.
Blink 182 (pay 182, remove ~ from the game, return it to play under its owner control)
Jun 6, 2014Putrid Imp is great on B Madness, you should reconsider.Posted in: Casual & Multiplayer Formats
Filth + Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth is great, provides evasion for all of your creatures
I've a Timespiral Zombie deck around the madness concept, here it go:
ZOMBIE MADNESSMagic OnlineOCTGN2ApprenticeBuy These Cards //LANDS (23)
01 Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth
// CREATURES (20)
04 Skirk Ridge Exhumer
04 Grave Scrabbler
04 Brain Gorgers
04 Korlash, Heir to Blackblade
04 Yixlid Jailer
// SUPPORT (17)
04 Dark Withering
04 Call to the Netherworld
03 Oblivion Crown
02 Zombie Infestation
Jun 6, 2014LOLPosted in: Casual & Multiplayer Formats
Sounds a fun deck to play with.
I'd hate to face it.
Just not sure about Choice of Damnations and Army of the Damned they are mana hungry.
Shivan Wumpus, Desecration Demon, and Gravestorm are nice cards for the deck.
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