Monday, August 19, 2013

Junk Aristocrats

This deck is a Junk Midrange build inspired by a recent Grand Prix first place deck.  Although it is a Junk deck, unlike recent builds, the goal of it is not to re-animate card’s such as Griselbrand, Angel of Serenity, Avacyn, Angel of Hope or Craterhoof Behemoth.  It is actually to kill your own creatures and benefit from doing so.

Junk Aristocrats (White/Black/Green)


x4 Blood Artist
x4 Cartel Aristocrat
x4 Doomed Travler
x3 Young Wolf
x3 Skirsdag High Priest
x2 Obzedat, Ghost Council
x2 Varolz, The Scar-Striped


x4 Temple Garden
x4 Godless Shrine
x4 Overgrown Tomb
x2 Sunpetal Grove
x4 Isolated Chapel
x4 Woodland Cemetery
x2 Vault of the Archangel

Other Spells

x4 Lingering Souls
x4 Doom Blade
x4 Tragic Slip


x2 Garruk Relentless // Garruk the Veil Cursed


x4 Deathrite Shaman
x4 Abrupt Decay
x4 Voice of Resurgence
x3 Blood Baron of Vizkopa

With this deck, your goal is to send your creatures to the graveyard and benefit by doing so with creatures like Blood Artist, Varolz, The Scar-Striped and Cartel Aristocrat, not to mention that Garruk Relentless // Garruk the Veil Cursed also likes creatures in the graveyard.

Garruk Relentless  Garruk, the Veil-Cursed  Varolz, the Scar-Striped

As the game goes on, your goal is to set up an army of spirits by means of Doomed Traveler and Lingering Souls while also using Cartel Aristocrat's ability to trigger Blood Artist's ability getting the most out of sending your creatures to the graveyard.  Then, you began to beef up your creatures by means of Garruk Relentless or Varolz.  After doing so you start slamming in with creatures like Cartel Aristocrat, Obzedat, Ghost Council and the spirits you build up throughout the game.

  Cartel Aristocrat  Blood Artist  Skirsdag High Priest

The sideboard not only provides you with graveyard and control hate, but also gives you some cheap removal and a way to make your deck more aggressive.


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