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Ever wanted to play bingo but all of your friends wanted to play Magic instead?Well now you can do both!

(Note: This deck was built on a budget, the mana combos are few and janky)

Now, on to the steps of playing bingo

The first step is to achieve unlimited draw and/or mana. This isn't hard to do with Scion and Bladewing (You can also add your own combos if you'd like). The easiest way is to get a card that whenever a creature dies or ETB, you draw/loot a card (Beck / Call, Murder of Crows, Harvester of Souls, etc.) and a clone or reanimation effect. First, you use Scion of the Ur-Dragon's ability to put Bladewing into your graveyard. Then you clone Scion or reanimate Bladewing. Then, before triggers are put onto the stack, state-based actions are checked, and you have to put one into your graveyard. Then, Bladewing's trigger goes onto the stack, and you can target Bladewing. Then repeat as many times as you wish. Next turn, you'll probably have Azure Mage and an infinite mana combo (Twinflame can give psuedo-haste). Using Elixir of Immortality, you also have infinite recursion. Now we can begin.

Unless otherwise stated, all cards are being recurred by using Elixir of Immortality, then drawing into those cards again.

How to play Bingo Show

Step 1: Use your infinite draw and mana with Words of Wind and Words of Waste to clear the board and make each opponent discard.

Step 2: Play Wishmonger, Azure Mage, and Mistform Sliver

Step 3: Use Wishmonger to give those creatures protection from black, from red, and then from white

Step 4: Play Riptide Replicator, with X being at least 1, choosing a color other than black and whatever creature type, create a token, then Disenchant Riptide Replicator. Repeat this step 74 more times, choosing a different creature type each time (I have a handy list down below).

Step 5: Give all tokens protection from red, from green, and then from white

Step 6: For tokens 1-15, create a token of them using Crackling Counterpart

Step 7: Give those tokens protection from green and from white

Step 8: Play Grip of Chaos

Step 9: Play Twinflame. It's target will be reselected at random to a legal target, which is currently only the 15 tokens

Step 10: If each player has a token with that name already or has 5 tokens from this group, play Putrefy and repeat from step 9.

Step 11: Use Allay to destroy Grip of Chaos, then use Artificial Evolution on Mistform Sliver, changing Sliver to the type of the token. Use the tokens ability to give it the necessary types (See the bottom for a chart of what types to give it. Each set of 15 tokens is a different column).

Step 12: Give the token protection from everything but red, then play Harmless Offering giving it to a player that doesn't have a token with that name and doesn't have 5 tokens from this group (4 tokens if this is the 3rd group, for the free space in the middle). If that player is you, then Harmless Offering isn't necessary (You get to play too!)

Step 13: Repeat steps 8 through 12 until each player has 5 (or 4 for the 3rd group) tokens from this group of 15

Step 14: Doom Blade the current group of 15 tokens

Step 15: Repeat steps 6-14 for tokens 16-30, 31-45, 46-60, 61-75

Step 16: Play Pack Rat

Step 17: For each player, Twinflame Pack Rat 12 Times

Step 18: For each player, use Artificial Evolution to make a Pack Rat for each of 12 types (See bottom for the chart)

Step 19: Give each Pack Rat token pro-black, pro-blue, and pro-white, then Putrefy the original

Step 20: Give each player a Pack Rat of each type

Step 21: Play Brimstone Mage, Twinflame it, level the token up to 1, and give both pro-black and pro-white

Step 22: Play Thassas Ire

Step 23: Play Zulaport Cutthroat, Twinflame one for each player (including yourself), give each copy protection from everything but red, and give one to each player. Utter End the original

Step 24: Use Brimstone Mage and Repay in Kind to bring everyone to 1 life, untapping it with Thassa's Ire, and deal 1 damage to each Pack Rat

Step 25: Play Grip of Chaos

Step 26: Play Sever the Bloodline. This will target one of the original 75 tokens at random, which are the only creatures without protection from black. It also exiles each creature with the same name as that creature, or in this case, the types the token had when it was created. Repeat this process until someone has a 1/1 Pack Rat with 1 damage marked on it (From Brimstone Mage). This causes the Zulaport Cutthroat that player controls to trigger, causing everyone else to lose, and that player to win.

Bingo Creature Type Guide Show

Each column, row, and diagonal is represented by a Pack Rat, with an Artifical Evolution affecting it to that type

Each token you give a player should be have one of these combination of creature types. Those creature types represent it's position on the bingo board. E.g. A Sand Splinter Scion (the types the first token you give someone should have) represents the Top-Left corner of the bingo board (It's in the Sand column, the Splinter row, and the Scion diagonal)

Scion    |   Sand   |    Cat   | Illusion |   Orgg   | Nephilim |
-----------------------------------------------------------------
         |   Sand   |    Cat   | Illusion |   Orgg   | Nephilim |
Splinter | Splinter | Splinter | Splinter | Splinter | Splinter |
         |  Scion   |          |          |          |  Dragon  |
-----------------------------------------------------------------
         |   Sand   |    Cat   | Illusion |   Orgg   | Nephilim |
Coward   |  Coward  |  Coward  |  Coward  |  Coward  |  Coward  |
         |          |  Scion   |          |  Dragon  |          |
-----------------------------------------------------------------
         |   Sand   |    Cat   |   FREE   |   Orgg   | Nephilim |
Imp      |   Imp    |    Imp   |          |   Imp    |   Imp    |
         |          |          |  SPACE!  |          |          |
-----------------------------------------------------------------
         |   Sand   |    Cat   | Illusion |   Orgg   | Nephilim |
Orb      |   Orb    |    Orb   |    Orb   |    Orb   |    Orb   |
         |          |  Dragon  |          |  Scion   |          |
-----------------------------------------------------------------
         |   Sand   |    Cat   | Illusion |   Orgg   | Nephilim |
Noggle   |  Noggle  |  Noggle  |  Noggle  |  Noggle  |  Noggle  |
         |  Dragon  |          |          |          |  Scion   |
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Dragon   |

List of recommended creature types to choose for Riptide Replicator Show

Tokens 1-15:

Advisor

Archon

Assembly-Worker

Aurochs

Badger

Beeble

Blinkmoth

Brushwagg

Camarid

Cephalid

Citizen

Dauthi

Dinosaur

Dreadnought

Drone

Tokens 16-30

Efreet

Elder

Eldrazi

Eye

Ferret

Fish

Flagbearer

Fungus

Germ

Goat

God

Hag

Hippo

Hippogriff

Illusion

Tokens 31-45

Jellyfish

Kobold

Kraken

Lamia

Lammasu

Lhurghoyf

Licid

Metathran

Minion

Monger

Mongoose

Moonfolk

Myr

Nightmare

Nightstalker

Tokens 46-60

Ouphe

Ogre

Oyster

Ox

Pegasus

Pentavite

Pest

Pincher

Praetor

Prism

Processor

Reflection

Rebel

Rigger

Slith

Tokens 61-75

Sliver

Slug

Spawn

Spike

Sponge

Squirrel

Tetravite

Thalakos

Trilobite

Triskelavite

Turtle

Unicorn

Volver

Wall

Weird

If there's anything I forgot to mention or needs clarification, please let me know!

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This is the most bizarre, insane thing I have ever seen anyone do in Magic: The Gathering. The amount of thought put into this Rube Goldberg machine from hell blows my mind. Absolutely brilliant, absolutely pointless, and absolutely terrifying all at once.

January 9, 2018 1:08 a.m.

So each of the 15 are numbers split by letters. I haven't played enough bingo to know this properly, does the location on different players boards have to be different for two, say, A4's?

Or, in this game's terms: If I give Bill an Adviser (Sand Imp) Token, and I roll another Adviser, can John get another Sand Imp Adviser?

January 9, 2018 3:07 a.m.

No, no player should get 2 tokens with the same name, nor should they have 2 tokens with the exact same set of creature types. If you get a token that player already has, you can Putrefy it and roll again (everything else has pro-green, so you should be fine)

January 9, 2018 10:26 a.m.

Actually, you can give a player 2 tokens with the same name AND the exact set of creature types. They'll both be exiled at the same time, lowering the P/T of the same Pack Rats. This can be an alternative to Putrefy.

January 9, 2018 10:41 a.m.

It's more a matter of two different players having the same token name (Adviser) and whether or not the same name can occupy the same space on two different bingo boards. For example, in the unlikely event that you're handing out advisers to the entire table, you have to ensure that Player 1 gets an [Adviser] Splinter Sand Scion, P2 gets an [Adviser] Sand coward, P3 gets an [Adviser] Sand Noggle Dragon, or whether P1-3 could all be given an [Adviser] Sand Orb. Such laziness might increase the liklihood of "Double Bingo" occuring.

January 10, 2018 3:03 p.m.

sorry for being long winded. Can two different players both have an [Adviser] Sand Orb, or is it a rule that they have to be different?

January 10, 2018 3:14 p.m.

Yes, 2 players can have the same token in the same position as each other

January 10, 2018 10:34 p.m.




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This deck is Commander / EDH legal.

Cards 100
Avg. CMC 2.92
Tokens */* Generic
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