Naya Titan Shift

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

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Planeswalker (4)
4
Nahiri, the Harbinger
Creature (10)
4
Primeval Titan
1
Reclamation Sage
4
Sakura-Tribe Elder
1
Woodfall Primus
Sorcery (12)
2
Anger of the Gods
4
Farseek
2
Scapeshift
4
Search for Tomorrow
Instant (8)
4
Summoner's Pact
4
Through the Breach
Land (26)
2
Arid Mesa
2
Cinder Glade
2
Forest
6
Mountain
1
Plains
1
Sacred Foundry
4
Stomping Ground
3
Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle
1
Windswept Heath
4
Wooded Foothills
Cards 60
Sideboard (15)
2
Alpine Moon
1
Anger of the Gods
2
Chalice of the Void
1
Eidolon of Rhetoric
1
Emrakul, the Aeons Torn
2
Path to Exile
3
Rest in Peace
3
Stony Silence

 

Amulet Titan

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. You can read more about this archetype on Channel Fireball here.

Deck - Amulet Titan

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Creature (14)
4
Azusa, Lost but Seeking
4
Primeval Titan
1
Reclamation Sage
4
Sakura-Tribe Scout
1
Walking Ballista
Sorcery (9)
3
Adventurous Impulse
4
Ancient Stirrings
2
Explore
Instant (5)
1
Pact of Negation
4
Summoner's Pact
Artifact (5)
4
Amulet of Vigor
1
Engineered Explosives
Land (27)
1
Bojuka Bog
1
Boros Garrison
1
Cavern of Souls
3
Forest
4
Gemstone Mine
1
Ghost Quarter
4
Gruul Turf
1
Khalni Garden
1
Radiant Fountain
4
Simic Growth Chamber
1
Slayers' Stronghold
1
Sunhome, Fortress of the Legion
3
Tolaria West
1
Vesuva
Cards 60
Sideboard (15)
2
Abrade
1
Emrakul, the Promised End
1
Engineered Explosives
2
Firespout
1
Hornet Queen
1
Obstinate Baloth
2
Relic of Progenitus
1
Ruric Thar, the Unbowed
3
Spell Pierce
1
Tireless Tracker

 

Green-X Tron

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.

Tron

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Planeswalker (6)
4
Karn Liberated
2
Ugin, the Spirit Dragon
Creature (8)
2
Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger
2
Walking Ballista
1
World Breaker
3
Wurmcoil Engine
Sorcery (8)
4
Ancient Stirrings
4
Sylvan Scrying
Artifact (19)
4
Chromatic Sphere
4
Chromatic Star
4
Expedition Map
4
Oblivion Stone
3
Relic of Progenitus
Land (19)
4
Forest
1
Ghost Quarter
1
Sanctum of Ugin
4
Urza's Mine
4
Urza's Power Plant
4
Urza's Tower
1
Blast Zone
Cards 60
Sideboard (15)
1
Emrakul, the Promised End
2
Grafdigger's Cage
3
Nature's Claim
2
Spatial Contortion
3
Thought-Knot Seer
2
Thragtusk
2
Warping Wail