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Dega Midrange

cmeks

Standard*

Score: 4


Description

So, this deck originally started out with an idea to make a wall of creatures that the opponent neither wanted to attack into or block into. Over time, the deck has transformed into a midrange beater. I chose these colors (WBR) for these reasons

  • Some of the best creatures in the format

Olivia Voldaren

Angel of Serenity

Gisela, Blade of Goldnight

Boros Reckoner

Vampire Nighthawk ect...

  • The best removal in the format

Mizzium Mortar's

Blasphemous Act

Devour Flesh

Dreadbore ect..

  • The best sideboard options in the format

Sin Collector

Rest In Peace

Blind Obedience

Rakdos's Return

Slaughter Games

Sire of Insanity

Cremate ect..

This deck has serious competitive potential and is extremely rewarding to play. However, you need experience with the deck to make it work for you. You need to know all the cards in your deck so you know what you are drawing into as well as how to play against various match ups. Each and every one of my match ups requires me to have a different game-plan. Each game is unique.

Updates

Decklist Change-up — May 29, 2013

changed up the deck to reflect the experiences i had at the SCG Open i played at today. I went 4-2 before dropping out for personal reasons.

Sam_I_am says...

#1

I can't help but notice the disparity between the number of times you mention Vampire Nighthawk in your description and the actual number of Vampire Nighthawk s in your deck

Right now, I see several places where you can make room for the V-Hawks again in your sideboard, and you can bring them in in place of Sever the Bloodline in your mainboard.

At the very least they should be in your sideboard. They're the bane of decks that are more aggressive than yours. They might help you deal with the hexproof deck too.

June 3, 2013 3:26 p.m.

cmeks says...

#2

yea sorry, i had posted an earlier version of the decklist and just recently after my experience at the SCG Open in Baltimore i changed it up. Vampire Nighthawk will stay out of the deck, and Sever the Bloodline stays in. It's utility to exile stuff and provides a greater chance to beat Reanimator. Right now, aggressive decks are not my problem, it was control and reanimator giving me problems

June 3, 2013 3:44 p.m.

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$399.23 $522.68 $986.82
Date added 10 months
Last updated 9 months
Legal formats Commander / EDH, Extended, Legacy, Modern, Standard, Vintage
Sets
Cards 60
Avg. CMC 3.33

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