This is an all in combo deck that is capable of winning on the first turn of the game. We do this by casting the card Allosaurus Rider and then turning it into Griselbrand with either Neoform or Eldritch Evolution. Then we draw our entire deck by gaining life with Nourishing Shoal to eventually win the game with Laboratory Maniac.
Chancellor of the Tangle
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:
Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker
Sword of Light and Shadow
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.
You know what they say – you can’t make an omelet, or in this case an Emrakul, the Aeons Torn – without cracking a few eggs. This deck is looking to tuck a scary creature under Modern staple Summoner’s Egg and then crack it via Phyrexia’s Core or Greater Gargadon. Should we be unable to find our deck’s namesake we also have a backup plan of cheating our large creatures into play via Through the Breach.
This is a spell based combo deck that is looking to generate a large amount of mana. It does this using spells like Desperate Ritual, Pyretic Ritual and Manamorphose alongside creatures like Baral, Chief of Compliance and Goblin Electromancer. With this mana we cast the card Gifts Ungiven to fetch Past in Flames and Grapeshot to win the game with.
Baral, Chief of Compliance
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.