This is a combo control deck that is looking to keep the board in check using efficient removal like Lightning Bolt and Path to Exile. Our eventual combo is Nahiri, the Harbinger ticking up to eight and then ultimating to find Emrakul, the Aeons Torn. Nahiri offers powerful flexibility in a deck like this. She enables us to filter through cards we draw that might not line up well against our opponent, while also serving as additional removal with her down tick.
This is a double toolbox deck that utilizes most of its sideboard for a Glittering Wish package, while containing a variety of bullets in the main deck as well to search up with Bring to Light. All of the non-sense is tied together thanks to a variety of cards that ramp mana out faster and various combo kills that involve Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker.
Bring to Kiki
Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker
Kambal, Consul of Allocation
Teferi, Hero of Dominaria
This is a newer aggressive deck that is looking to abuse the power of its namesake Hardened Scales along side various cards that come with +1/+1 counters. Arcbound Ravager and Steel Overseer are both quickly lethal when left unchecked on most boards along side Scales.
This is a more interesting take on the fairly bland Red-Green Valakut Titan deck. Nahiri, the Harbinger allows our deck to filter through the “wrong half” as well as eventually floop a Primeval Titan into play. Nahiri can also answer problem permanents like Blood Moon with her down tick. The small white splash also allows us to have access to powerful sideboard cards.
Naya Titan Shift
Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle
This is a combo deck that puts some combination of Puresteel Paladin and Sram, Senior Edificer into play and then plays out a variety of zero mana equipment to draw through its deck while generating storm count. Mox Opal along with Retract lets us pick all of our gear back up and keep drawing cards while we combo. Eventually we play two pieces of fast mana and cast a lethal Grapeshot to win the game.
This potent meme is looking to empty all 7 of the lands out of its deck with cards like Caravan Vigil and Safewright Quest before it activates its namesake Goblin Charbelcher.
7 Land Belcher
Chancellor of the Tangle
Why limit yourself to just one combo when you can play them all? This deck not only has Griselbrand and Goryo’s Vengeance, but it also has Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker plus Deceiver Exarch. We can combo with Kiki as early as the third turn thanks to Izzet Charm ditching our combo creatures and then Living End flipping them back into play off of As Foretold.
Grixis Goryo Asforetold
Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker
This is a two card combo deck that is looking to cast its namesake Ad Nauseam while it either has Phyrexian Unlife in play or has also resolved an Angel’s Grace. This allows us to draw our entire deck, which then allows us to kill our opponent by casting Lightning Storm by pitching a few copies of Simian Spirit Guide. You can learn more about Ad Nauseam in this guide here.
Boseiju, Who Shelters All
Amulet Titan is a deck based around putting lands like Simic Growth Chamber into play while we control Amulet of Vigor to quickly generate enough mana to slam a Primeval Titan into play. Titan can then give itself haste by finding Slayers’ Stronghold or it can find another Titan by turning Tolaria West into Summoner’s Pact.
Deck - Amulet Titan
Sunhome, Fortress of the Legion
While at first glance this deck might look like a meme, it contains a good deal of the explosive power RB Hollow One has, while having a method of going over the top of other creature decks thanks to Soulflayer. Thanks to Gifted Aetherborn, Flamewake Phoenix, and of course Zetalpa, Primal Dawn we can give our Flayers a variety of powerful abilities that are difficult to deal with for various opponents.
Grixis Hollow Flayer
Tasigur, the Golden Fang