This is considered one of the boogie men of the Modern format because it tends to have fairly skewed match ups. Tron beats up on midrange and control decks, while struggling against aggressive and fast combo decks. If you enjoy playing big spells this is the deck for you. You can read more about Tron on Star City Games here.
Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger
Emrakul, the Promised End
This is a take on the Blue-White Control archetype that has seen fringe success in Modern off and on over the years. It looks to solve some of the clumsiness Blue-White has by playing Sakura-Tribe Elder to cast our more expensive cards ahead of schedule. If you enjoy activating lots of planeswalkers this is a deck you do not want to pass up.
Bant Super Friends
Teferi, Hero of Dominaria
This is a control deck that aims to deck, or “mill”, the opponent out of cards as its win condition. While occasionally it will have draws that mill the opponent out quickly, often we do it slowly while controlling the board with cards like Fatal Push and Ensnaring Bridge.
Oboro, Palace in the Clouds