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Sodium Hypochlorite (White as Fuck!)

Modern Allies Budget Combo Midrange Mono-White Tribal

Busse


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Welcome to the deck!

Upvote and I will sacrifice an onion to honor all those who gave their +1s! Remember to write a comment, so I can perform the ritual in your name! Also any suggestion and constructive opinion is reviewed and appreciated. Cheers and enjoy your stay!

SEND ONION INTO OBLIVION

Perfect Strategy:

Card Descriptions:

  • Ally Encampment: The Fun-Lands, This versatile lands will allow you to save a critical Ally at instant speed for just , or you can bounce a Hada Freeblade and cast it again to trigger the other Allies. Many possibilities, lovely card.
  • Brave the Elements: The sissy part of the deck... preventing a lot of damage or effects with this is cruel, but doesn't matter if you win because of it. Also fizzles targeted kill-spells.
  • Captain's Claws: SURPRISE!! Extra tokens! Best played on T3+, allowing you to cast and equip your Kazandu Blademaster on the same turn, following by an attack with an extra trigger and counter. If you get the Kabira Evangel on the field, this card just SHINES; protected attacks each turn.
  • Cloudshif: What keeps the wheel turning in this deck, this could act as a Counterspell when used with Kabira Evangel, and also an enabler to give more +1/+1 counters to others. He almost never attacks because it's a critical piece of the puzzle.
  • Ghostway: A full board waiting for this card to be played on the opponent's turn means a next turn with allies at their most. Just one more trigger and Game Over...
  • Gideon, Ally of Zendikar: Hoping that this guy will drop in price, eventually there will be 2 of them in here. The +1 is useful to increase the effects of Ondu Cleric or to bounce himself with Cloudshift (4+1=5, 5-4=1, 1+1+Cloudshift=4). The 0 is obviously the trigger effect every Ally deck looks for and will be usually used on Turn 4, just after he lands. The -4 is a mere sugar coat for this card, and being available right after he's on the battlefield is golden if the situation requires an immediate P/T buff. Good card, lots of potential, fits right in the mana curve of this deck. Only thing missing is something to give it haste... and that could be the cue for Lightning Greaves to appear in this deck.
  • Hada Freeblade: First-turn-drop. When dropped early, this guy gets huge by turn 5 or 6. Vulnerable to bounces and such, but still worth it's place. Its cost and benefit make it a must in this sort of deck.
  • Kabira Evangel: Protection protection protection... a cornerstone card with 30 others to set this guy off makes it a consistent threat. Enables a Kazandu Blademaster to attack for free, and if you keep a Cloudshift hidden in your hand you could keep the whole board protected at any given time. Cheap card, cheap effect, game winner.
  • Kazandu Blademaster: The hitter. The defender. This guy carries the rest of the team as long as he has some support from Kabira Evangel. Becomes a Lightning Bolt catcher when he starts growing, so be prepared.
  • Oblivion Ring: Situation preventer. Did the enemy drop a Steel Hellkite? No problem, Ring it. Furnace of Rath about to get messy? No problem, Ring it. Almost nothing is safe from this motherf*cker. The only thing that could complicate its application is having enough mana open, making it a decision between putting a ring on something or triggering a Rally.
  • Ondu Cleric: Want life? You got it. I've ended with more than 100 life in a match because of this dude... the key is to cast a well timed Ghostway and attack with Captain's Claws pretty often. This obscene card gives you a lot of time to set the board to your advantage... oh, and also douses Burn decks.
  • Path to Exile: My favourite panic-button. One more land for the enemy is not a real disadvantage when you just exiled a 12/12+ Primalcrux... hilarious. Beautiful art too, the promo edition.
  • Talus Paladin: Want even MORE life? You got it. Also a though body that synergises well with Captain's Claws and, to dismay of you opponents, with Ghostway... just try to imagine that!!!Content goes here. The content will be hidden until the summary text is clicked.

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KingJellyfish: "I have spent months hunting for the best modern deck in existence. I declare that there is no stronger deck in existence than this one. Good work!"

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Uri says... #1

Hmmm I don't think a 161 dollar deck is considered 'budget'? Especially if none of that value comes from lands.

July 16, 2016 5:29 a.m.

freakingShane says... #2

Uri, $141 is not that bad. I mean, for something that's not RDW and is competitive, I'd say that's budget. There can be much cheaper decks, but if you want to win, then anywhere between $100-150 is fine and could still be considered budget. Keep in mind that budget is relative and is dependent on the format.

July 16, 2016 6:54 a.m.

ChiefBell says... #3

$150 for a solid modern deck that can put up results is frankly amazing.

July 16, 2016 7:02 a.m.

Uri says... #4

freakingShane 161$ is quite a lot actually. In most decks, 40 to 60% of all the card value rests in the lands (because people like to use pain, shock, filter and fetch lands) This deck contains no special lands at all (beside 2x Ally encampment), so in comparison to other decks, it would be around 263$ - 322$.

July 16, 2016 10:32 a.m.

Busse says... #5

  • freakingShane: thanks for the love hahahah also a trivia fact is that when I built the deck, it costed less than 65 bucks... And Kabira Evangel costed like $0.25 hahaha.

  • ChiefBell: thanks, I will take that as a compliment, Chief... And it really delivers... it's kinda weak against burn decks though.

  • Uri: Hi Uri, thanks for commenting. This deck started (and still kinda is) budget. Also you don't need other lands here, and the Ally Encampment are just for fun. They could be as well be Plains. Mono colored decks should not be running non-basic lands to succeed (at least under my years playing and building). Also, the important thing, this deck ISN'T like most decks, as you are saying, so please don't make a "$263-$322" comparison. This deck's price tag is the listed one ;)
    Aaaand going to the technical part: this deck delivers very good results, and could be improved by adding some control o recursion elements... but changing the lands wouldn't help in the direction of improvement. Best variation could be splash of blue, given the case. Also Gideon, Ally of Zendikar is not mandatory in the deck, you could make it cheaper there.
    I hope you understand my point hahaha
    Cheers man!

  • SwaggyMcSwagglepants: I wrote your name with their blood... nice ceremony, lots of people crying, and many dead onions. Let's hope we can keep sacrificing them! Cheers!!

July 16, 2016 2:46 p.m.

Pownu says... #6

Great deck keep up the good work! +1

August 15, 2016 11:25 a.m.

Definately Eerie Interlude over Ghostway, the former lets you choose targets so you can avoid loosing any tokens you'de made from Gideon, Ally of Zendikar. Quite situational but it is worth it just in case, in my oppinion. (And aparently less than a tenth of the price.)

August 16, 2016 4:20 a.m.

freakingShane says... #8

I miss when the name was (White as F*ck)...still love this though, Busse!

August 16, 2016 8:29 p.m.

How is under 400 not budget? Also how does this deck win a match of magic. You know infect can win on turn two!

August 17, 2016 2:31 p.m.

Busse says... #10

  • Pownu: Much obliged! Thanks for the love... you got yourself an onion sacrificed!

  • AnonymouSAvatar: Yes... and no! As you said, it's very situational. Ghostway bypasses any protection you might have gotten with Kabira Evangel, and that's the only reason I keep it. Eerie Interlude is indeed best suited for work around the Tokens (now with 2 token-productors may be worth its slot... and for less than a tenth of the price!).
    Worst part is that I have the costly Ghostways already... so you can imagine that I want to use them hahahah

  • EmrakultheGamingBeast: I am aware that there are lousy T2-Infect decks around. There is just one infect deck (' Virulent Infestation) in my meta (T3-T4 win), and usually it's 50/50 chance against that deck; either I whoop his ass ASAP by T3-T4, or it gets me first in T3.
    And, actually answering your question, the way to prevent infect-decks from winning is by using Path to Exile and Oblivion Ring. Or Cloudshift a Kabira Evangel, giving color protection to something and blocking.

  • freakingShane: Yeah! I kinda like that extra part... it'll come back in a couple of days hahaha

August 17, 2016 4 p.m.

braderus9 says... #11

+1 There shall soon be no more...

August 23, 2016 5:51 p.m.

Ys_ says... #12

Looks fun and I love the allies synergies.

+1 from my side!

August 24, 2016 3:47 a.m.

Tanneth says... #13

Found some new combos for my U/W Allies thanks to you! +1!

August 24, 2016 3:11 p.m.

Busse says... #14

  • braderus9: There shan't, indeed. Thanks for the vote man ;)

  • Tanneth: Glad this deck could help you. If you need feedback sometime, feel free to ask! Cheers

  • Ys_: I also love those sick synergies hahah, it's pretty cool to see the deck escalate when the opponents don't do something between T2 and T4 hahah
    Cheers and thanks for the vote!

August 27, 2016 10:15 a.m.

freakingShane says... #15

The name is back! Super happy to see that! Just had to drop by a congratulate you for that. Later, Busse!

September 5, 2016 12:44 p.m.

Pyromancer999 says... #16

i have seen all of your decks in this "cycle" i think you might have more upvotes than any other user on this website

September 17, 2016 9:36 p.m.

Busse says... #17

  • Pyromancer999: Thanks, I'll take that as a compliment! At a quick glance on the scores of other decks... you might be right on your assessment :O!

  • freakingShane: After you mentioned that, I kind missed the addendum of the name... so yeah... IT'S F*CKIN' BAAACK!

Cheers to all of ya'

September 28, 2016 12:18 p.m.

BMpatrol says... #18

Replace Ghostway with Eerie Interlude, it's overall better and will subtract about $20 from the total cost of your deck.

I understand the Ghostway is better for the off-chance you chose to have protection from white with Kabira Evangel but I think 99% of the time it will be better.

Other than that this is truly an amazing deck - as I type this I'm uploading your decklist to TCG player to buy this deck for my bro's birthday

October 3, 2016 8:03 p.m.

Busse says... #19

  • BMpatrol: I'll have to Play them both to decide, but essentially they are interchangeable. Whatever floats your goat in the moment and budget.
    I'm really flattered that you are building this deck for your brother. Send my regards to him when you give it to him. Maybe a screenshot hahahah.

Cheers and best regards!

October 4, 2016 12:08 a.m.

The7thBobba says... #20

looks like so much fun! You, sir, have a true knack for building great decks! I sacrifice an onion to you! +1 from me, and have a splendid day!

November 15, 2016 1:05 a.m.

WarriorKing72 says... #21

This deck is the best 10/10, I have upvoted plz offer an onion in my name o' onion god!

November 25, 2016 2:41 p.m.

Jey_Walker says... #22

Hey, this deck is amazing and exactly fits my style of game play. Thumps up!Unfortunately I'm on a budget and don't have Gideon. What would be a good replacement?

November 27, 2016 4:55 p.m.

AlamoPatriot says... #23

Mono white alive and well. Great deck.

December 2, 2016 8:14 p.m.

KingJellyfish says... #24

I have spent months hunting for the best modern deck in existence. I declare that there is no stronger deck in existence than this one. Good work!

December 18, 2016 4:16 a.m.

Eiyros says... #26

Busse does your username happen to be your last name? I know a guy who's last name is busse so naturally I'm a bit curious

January 22, 2017 11:24 p.m.

lonker says... #27

EmrakultheGamingBeast The deck has Path to Exile to deal with infect easily. And without Gitaxian Probe in modern, your opponent won't know when to hold back because they can't see the removal in your hand. I'm pretty sure this deck is infect-safe.

January 29, 2017 1:36 p.m.

friskysausage says... #28

Ever think of adding Panharmonicon?? The card was built for a deck like this.

February 5, 2017 3:25 a.m.

Why is it named NaClO???

February 7, 2017 3:33 p.m.

redfishstud says... #30

Hello Busse! You mentioned in one of your comments that adding some blue would make the sodium hypochlorite deck even stronger. What would you suggest removing from the deck and adding to make it even better? Any help would be awesome. T

Thanks,

redfishstud

February 18, 2017 9:47 p.m.

redfishstud

Not necessarily meaning to talk for Busse, but as someone who does play allies, Remand, and Serum Visions helps a lot. Momentary Blink, Detention Sphere, and Ojutai's Command also have their uses, and I personally use Supreme Verdict -- but I play my list with a back up Emeria, The Sky Ruin as a win con.

February 18, 2017 10:02 p.m.

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Legality

This deck is Modern legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 2.15
Tokens 1/1 Kor Ally, Gideon, 2/2 Knight Ally
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Top rank #1 on 2015-09-23
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Revision 53 (11 months ago)

+1 Eerie Interlude maybe

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