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Poison the land and get the living out the way while letting the opponent slowly walk to death by him/herself.

Suggestions are welcome :)

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BerylLasko says... #1

Spreading Seas? I know it cost one more than Sea's Claim, but it's also a cantrip.

I see the potential of what's going on here, but it still seems a bit cute. I guess I'm trying to see which decks would actually have a tough time dealing with this mechanic. Up against any Blue or Black deck (esp. UB), this deck seems pretty dead in the water (no pun intended), and other color decks usually run low costed spells, so losing a land here and there is no biggy.

Thank you for sharing!

April 20, 2017 3:19 p.m.

slvstrChung says... #2

Check out my Psychic Venom Deck, which runs along similar lines. From you I might steal Grim Guardian, but in return I offer Pooling Venom!

April 20, 2017 3:49 p.m.

uedayurik says... #3

slvstrChung thanks for Pooling Venom, but it can not enter the deck because it is not a common card, and I am going to use it in pauper games :(

BerylLasko yeah, I thought using Spreading Seas, as well as cantrips to change the type of the lands the opponent, so I disrupt the game even more (like Convincing Mirage or Phantasmal Terrain ). About the problem of playing with B/U decks, I played with some, and it worked pretty fine (obviously, Sea's Claim and/or Evil Presence get kinda useless, but they can be switched with something on the sideboard). For UB decks, it worked even better, as I just made then play with one color or another, so the game slowed a lot and the creatures killed then.About decks with a low mana cost, if they are based on creatures, I wipe then off the board with Vapor Snag or Sigil of Sleep, and it went ok, but I still got some problems with haste decks, cause when I can take then back to their owners hand the damage is already done (when I dont have a Vapor Snag ready). Thanks for the advice, I will take some time thinking and searching more, so I might change it for better :)

April 24, 2017 1:40 p.m.

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Legality

This deck is Pauper legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 1.52
Folders Pauper
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