- 3x Bitterheart Witch
- 2x Blind Zealot
- 1x Manic Vandal
- 2x Ravenous Demon Flip
- 3x Solemn Simulacrum
- 2x Wakedancer
A Curse toolbox deck. Load up my opponent with curses to put them on a disadvantage then sac Bitterheart Witches and Doomed Travelers to Ravenous Demon Flip for some great value and win!!. Spells like Curse of Exhaustion and Curse of Death's Hold slow down opponents and then keep piling on the curses for great advantage.
Still playing around with colors and not sure of sideboard yet. Please comment!!
No more white and I chopped the Curse count from 15 to 10 and added some more artifact ramp to get to the 5-drop curses faster and build board position.
I really like your deck. Going to try to build one my own.
February 25, 2013 1:05 p.m.
Thanks! The things I've noticed with it are that you need some way to ramp in colors that don't like to ramp and you need some sweepers to keep you safe. Curse of Misfortunes can do the cursing by itself.
February 26, 2013 1:12 p.m.
Recalcitrant041 I built my curse deck a while back...and I love it...it's my pride and joy!!! In MTGO I only use 3x Bitterheart Witch as my creatures...I added 2 x Sphere of Safety and 2x Curse of the Bloody Tome which adds to the effect of Curse of Oblivion ...I also added 2x Witchbane Orb ...which makes u hexproof and protects from card abilities...the Sphere of Safety realllllly helps the deck...because towards the end game it prevents opponents from attacking...I've literally came back and won from 30-1 hp...bcuz of Sphere of Safety ...in my real-life deck I added Shimian Specter and get this... Havoc Festival which does something HORRIBLE when paired with Curse of Bloodletting ...hope this helps...let me know
April 23, 2013 10:49 p.m.
@slickdanger Well the combo of Havoc Festival and Curse of Bloodletting wouldn't actually work as Havoc Festival only causes the opponent to lose half of their life and it's not actually damage. Just life loss. You'd want Wound Reflection instead.
May 11, 2013 11:36 p.m.
My questions however is where does the blue mana come from for Curse of Echoes ?
May 11, 2013 11:41 p.m.
Curse of Misfortunes is casting that, never you. It's an odd duck, yes, but one you've got in there to protect you in unexpected scenarios. It's worth the risk of being a dead card since its only a one of. Oh, plus Sphere of the Suns is any color ramp.
May 12, 2013 3:09 a.m.
great deck ideal i was thinking of doing the same but didnt know how i would go about this just gave me the lead in wut i want to do with it thanks for the ideal