This is an aggressively slanted midrange deck that looks to generate card advantage through graveyard synergies. It utilizes Thoughtseize for disruption and threats like Young Pyromancer and Knight of the Ebon Legion to close games out.
This is a midrange combo deck that looks to stabilize against aggressive decks with Wildgrowth Walker and explore creatures. Our combo kill utilizes Vito, Thorn of the Dusk Rose in conjunction with Revival / Revenge to drain our opponent’s life total out in one turn.
This is a midrange deck with an aggressive slant that looks to leverage tribal Goblin synergies with cards like Goblin Piledriver, Goblin Chieftain, and Goblin Ringleader to win games. While this deck can definitely end the game quickly on occasion the toolbox nature of Goblin Matron and the card advantage provided by Goblin Ringleader gives it a lot of staying power into the mid and late game.
This is a disruptive midrange deck. It is looking to close games out quickly by playing Thought-Knot Seer and Reality Smasher ahead of curve with cards like Noble Hierarch and Eldrazi Temple. It also gets to play the best cantrip in Modern, Once Upon a Time, and the best removal spell in Path to Exile.
This is a creature combo deck that generates infinite copies of Restoration Angels or Corridor Monitor via Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker. We make this happen via search effects like Chord of Calling, Eldritch Evolution and Prime Speaker Vannifar.Prime Speaker Vannifar is especially deadly because it can generate a combo kill from just a single one mana creature and two forests. We do this as follows:
- Pod one drop into Corridor Monitor, untap Vannifar
- Pod Corridor Monitor into Renegade Rallier, get back Corridor Monitor, untap Vannifar
- Pod Rallier into Restoration Angel, blink Corridor Monitor, untap Vannifar
- Pod Restoration Angel into Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker
- Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker makes infinite Corridor Monitor
This is a midrange value deck that seeks to generate card advantage through value creatures like Coiling Oracle, Eternal Witness, and Militia Bugler. The meme factor comes in from our combo finish which looks to leverage the card Biovisionary alongside cheap clone effects like Phantasmal Image and Mirror Image. In a pinch these clones can also be used to make more value creatures allowing us to flood the board with two power creatures.
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.
Dredge is best described as a midrange deck with combo elements. Against interactive decks Dredge generates card advantage with recursive threats, while interacting with the board thanks to Conflagrate. It is described as having combo elements because of the occasional fast draw it can generate when it finds its Prized Amalgams quickly. How powerful Dredge is at any given point is often related to how much graveyard hate people are playing. If you can dodge seeing cards like Rest in Peace and Leyline of the Void, this deck is very good. You can read more about Dredge on Star City Games here and here.
This is currently my favorite creature combo deck in Modern. It backs up the infinite combo Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker threatens with an aggressive beat down plan. In addition to finding our combo pieces, Eldritch Evolution also lets us find different utility creatures in different spots. Just keep in mind if you try to evolve into a Bloodbraid Elf you will not get a cascade trigger!
If you would like some sideboarding tips with this deck, you can read my article about it on CoolStuff Inc here.