This is a Blue-Black Combo deck that self mills to try and put Scholar of the Lost Trove, God-Pharaoh’s Gift and Unburial Rites into the graveyard. Scholar casts our namesake card when it comes into play, which then returns other creatures from our graveyard to play to win the game with.
This is a three color aggressive deck with a variety of combat tricks focused around making cards like Tenth District Legionnaire and Feather, the Redeemed potent. It plays a variety of of efficient removal such as Reckless Rage as well.
This is a Blue-Black based control deck that splashes in some Green in order to play Assassin’s Trophy to remove problem permanents and Pulse of Murasa to help stabilize as the game goes long. It looks to generate card advantage with creatures like Snapcaster Mage and Torrential Gearhulk as well as powerful spells like Cryptic Command.
Grixis Delver is an aggro-control, or tempo, deck that looks to stick either its namesake Delver of Secrets or a large delve threat like Tasigur, the Golden Fang while disrupting its opponent. Efficient removal like Fatal Push and Lightning Bolt allow us to keep the board in check, while cards like Collective Brutality and Countersquall allow us to interact with spell based combo decks.
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.