I play a good deal of different Modern decks every week on stream that viewers send in. When a deck feels powerful, or fun, I often end up playing it more than once. This page will serve as a collection of the decks I have played multiple times and have developed preferences for. Using the links below or the search function you can find my latest preferred deck list for various Modern archetypes.
You can also find a list of literally every deck I have ever played on stream on my streamdecker page here.
Decks listed in this section are ones that have existed in Modern for awhile and have put up top finishes at large Modern events.
Amulet Titan is a deck based around putting lands like Simic Growth Chamber into play while we control Amulet ofRead more.
This is simply a collection of reasonably powerful Modern-legal cards. Just some of the best spot removal, discard, and threatsRead more.
Dredge is best described as a midrange deck with combo elements. Against interactive decks Dredge generates card advantage with recursiveRead more.
This is my favorite aggressive deck in Modern currently. It plays a variety of mana dorks to accelerate into cardsRead more.
This is considered one of the boogie men of the Modern format because it tends to have fairly skewed matchRead more.
This is a degenerate combo deck that is capable of winning the game as early as the first turn. ItRead more.
This is one of the best decks in Modern. It combines disruptive elements from cards like Kitesail Freebooter and Meddling Mage, alongRead more.
This is one of the best “fair” decks in Modern currently. It plays efficient disruption in the form of discardRead more.
RB Hollow One
This is a deck that is best described as “weaponized variance”. It utilizes discard effects such as Burning Inquiry, GoblinRead more.
This is a control deck looking to prolong the game with tools like Logic Knot, Path to Exile, and TerminusRead more.
High Potential Decks
Decks listed in this section are ones that feel reasonable to me after playing them, but have yet to put up consistent finishes at large Modern events. These are decks that with good play and possibly more tuning I believe could eventually slide into the proven decks of the format with a few good event results.
Once nothing more than a meme, Bridge Vine was pushed into overdrive with the printing of Stitcher’s Supplier in M19. ThisRead more.
Grixis Hollow Flayer
While at first glance this deck might look like a meme, it contains a good deal of the explosive powerRead more.
Jeskai Ascendancy Combo
Jeskai Ascendancy Combo, or JAC for short, is something that I can best describe as “interesting storm”. While it isRead more.
Jeskai Thing Ascension
If you like killing all of your opponent’s creature with efficient removal, but are not a fan of Jeksai Control’sRead more.
This is an aggressive deck, capable of explosive turn three kills on the back of curving Steppe Lynx, into PlatedRead more.
This is an aggro-control, or “tempo”, deck. It looks to set its opponent behind with cards like Remand while applyingRead more.
UR Kiln Fiend
This is an aggro-combo deck that is looking to flip a Thing in the Ice as soon as possible orRead more.
Fan Favorite Decks
These are decks that we play on stream regularly because people like them, but they tend to have a few too many poor match ups in the format to be something I think will ever be a major player in Modern. They can be fun and powerful in the right meta game though.
Abzan Loam Pox
This is a control deck that is looking to leverage the engine of Life from the Loam to generate card advantageRead more.
This is a two card combo deck that is looking to cast its namesake Ad Nauseam while it either hasRead more.
Bant Super Friends
This is a take on the Blue-White Control archetype that has seen fringe success in Modern off and on overRead more.
This is an aggressive deck looking to play honest creatures on curve and attack until our opponent reaches zero. TheRead more.
Grixis Goryo As Foretold
Why limit yourself to just one combo when you can play them all? This deck not only has Griselbrand andRead more.
This is an aggressive deck that is looking to pressure the opponent with efficient creatures like Wild Nactl, Mantis Rider,Read more.
This is an aggro-control, or “tempo”, deck that plays efficient interaction to survive the early turns. It looks to grindRead more.
This is a control deck that aims to deck, or “mill”, the opponent out of cards as its win condition.Read more.
This mostly creatureless deck is looking to generate creature tokens and then convert them into a scary monster via PolymorphRead more.
Wu Enduring Ideal
This is a White based prison deck that is trying to cast Enduring Ideal as soon as possible. We canRead more.
Zombie Loam is a grindy midrange deck looking to generate card advantage with Life from the Loam and Squee, Goblin NabobRead more.
Decks listed in this section are all doing something that is incredibly sweet when it works, but either lack consistency or are weak to disruption. They are a blast to play though.
7 Land Belcher
This potent meme is looking to empty all 7 of the lands out of its deck with cards like CaravanRead more.
This deck is capable of winning the game on the very first turn. It does so by putting Narset, EnlightenedRead more.
This is probably the deck I am most Internet famous for. I was paid a large sum of money toRead more.
This deck might be the biggest Meme Modern contains. We choose to be on the draw, discard Shadowborn Apostle toRead more.