Magic the Gathering Exile deck

Budget Magic: $96 (51 tix) Standard Ulamog Exile

$ 0.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00

Although it might not look like it on very first glance, Stasis Snare and Titan's Presence have become near the same card inside our deck. Both exile a creature at instant speed for only three-mana. It will be the instant speed aspect of these cards that produce all of them so powerful. During our match against Esper Dragons, we were able to repeatedly (and completely) deal with Dragonlord Ojutai during our opponent's attack stage because our deck being over loaded by using these efficient, immediate rate answers.

While Utter End takes straight down a creature in a pinch, its primary purpose is getting gone pesky planeswalkers. Using the number of exile in deck and Read the Bones to keep things running well, we can frequently trade one-for-one with your opponent's animals until we cast an Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger to dominate the game. But a well-timed Ugin, the Spirit Dragon or flipped Jace, Vryletter's Prodigy can try to escape with all the game unchecked, therefore we would be best served conserving Utter End for planeswalkers unless we really, really have to eliminate a creature. Exiling a Dragonlord that would provide our opponent an immediate, insurmountable advantage comes to mind. We now have so many creature elimination means in deck we do not like to waste our precious couple of Utter Ends on things a Silklash or Stasis Snare takes care of just like easily.

Yes, we understand it really is six mana, but hold of Desolation is a truly effective effect in a full world of five-color porches, some of which skimp on colored resources. It is another unconditional, instant speed method to pull a Dragonlord or Siege Rhino, and it can randomly color screw an opponent, avoiding them from casing provide Light for full value or any other backup of Siege Rhino. In addition provides edge synergy with Oblivion Sower by the addition of another land to our adversary's exile zone.

Become reasonable, End Hostilities does not exile everything, however it is an important hedge against go-wide aggro techniques. While we typically do not have problematic exchanging one-for-one with Zurgo Bellstriker, as soon as a card like Hordeling Outburst strikes the table we absolutely need ways to sweep several animals at the same time. Trying to clean up three Goblin tokens with Silklash is not just inefficient, it is significantly embarrassing. End Hostilities additionally provides an out to Silumgar, Drifting Death, one of the more annoying animals for the deck to manage.


נערות ליווי ברמה הגבוהה ביותר בישראל. שירותי ליווי עד הבית או מלון
Wizards of the Coast Magic: the Gathering - Path to Exile - Duel Decks: Venser vs Koth
Toy (Wizards of the Coast)
  • A single individual card from the Magic: the Gathering (MTG) trading and collectible card game (TCG/CCG).
  • This is of Uncommon rarity.
  • From the Duel Decks: Venser vs Koth set.

Related Posts