Description

Spam and power up zombies with menace and/or flying while controlling your opponent.

Power up zombie tokens made by Moan of the Unhallowed , Liliana's Mastery , Endless Ranks of the Dead, Grave Titan, and eventually Army of the Damned using Diregraf Captain, Lord of the Accursed , and Coat of Arms.

Use Liliana, Death's Majesty to create tokens and effectively mill Wonder to instantly give them all flying. Bonus is milling Grave Titan and using Liliana's -3 to resurrect it as a zombie and utilize his enter the battlefield effect. Moan of the Unhallowed and Army of the Damned can also be played flashback in case they were milled by Liliana, or to add more zombies.

Wonder can also be cast onto the battlefield to pressure your opponent because they will not want to kill it if they are aware of its effect.

The control aspect comes from Hymn to Tourach, and the other various bounce, counter, and kill spells, as well as Call to the Grave (which works great with wonder on the battlefield).

If any combo is incomplete, Diabolic Tutor can complete it.

Ultimate combo is multiple Diregraf Captain and Lord of the Accursed , Coat of Arms, Wonder in the graveyard, and controlling your opponent until Army of the Damned can be played, resulting at a minimum of 13+ 16+/16+ zombies with flying (and sometimes menace) at a minimum for an easy turn 9 win.

My best round I played Army of the Damned twice by casting it and playing it again for its flashback next turn while having Coat of Arms out, resulting in 28 30/30 zombies with flying.

The weakness to this deck is that it plays slow (hence the control aspect) and falls easily to super aggro decks. The deck plays beautifully against midrange and slower paced decks.

Suggestions appreciated!

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nlidmaster says... #1

Lord of the accursed is overrated.

September 14, 2017 1:53 a.m.

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Legality

This deck is Legacy legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 3.54
Tokens 2/2 Zombie
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