Deck using Pia's Revolution as the main win con.

The idea of the deck is to get out a Pia's Revolution, then sacrificing a bunch of artifacts to either deal damage to the opponent, or pull them back to hand and get extra value out of them. I run Chromatic Sphere and Chromatic Star to mana fix and draw cards. With a Pia's Revolution out, they turn into, "Pay 2, gain a mana, draw a card, and return to hand or deal 3."

Disciple of the Vault is there make the deck go a little further. It forces the opponent to take 4 with a Pia's Revolution out, and drains them for 1 either way. It can also attack early while draining our opponent.

The deck runs 7 0-drop artifacts that can be sacrificed at no cost, as well as 4 Mox Opals to ramp and color fix. Tormod's Crypt is there to get rid of graveyards, Welding Jar helps keep the important artifacts alive, and Mishra's Bauble is just an all star!

In the early game, opponents will probably always take the 3 damage, but when they get low on life, they will be forced to put the artifact back to my hand. To finish out the game, we have Shrapnel Blast, Galvanic Blast, and Pyrite Spellbomb. These cards also double as a back-up burn plan for our opponents. Pyrite Spellbomb + Pia's Revoulution is pretty much game over in the late game.

On sideboard, I have Wear / Tear, to deal with Leyline of Sanctity, Stony Silence, and Rest in Peace, as well as affinity and other problem artifacts and enchantments. Anger of the Gods and Battle at the Bridge help against aggro. Blood Moon is for tron and greedy mana bases, and Surgical Extraction is there for combo hate. Herald of Anguish and Ghirapur AEther Grid are a back-up for decks that side in Leyline of Sanctity and control decks.

Let me know of any additions or changes I should make to the deck. I feel like there is a real deck here somewhere, and I'd like any input I can get.


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This deck is Modern legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 1.27
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