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The Aetherborn Aristocrats Society

Standard BRG (Jund) Competitive Midrange

adanaz


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This deck is an evolution of my The Aetherborn Rogue Club deck. Membership criteria has now changed: as well as blue eyes and a penchant for sacrifice, you must be of the aristocracy to be considered for a lifetime membership to The Aetherborn Aristocrats Society.

Time to brush shoulders with the aristocrats and saunter around town to the Jund beat!

Members include:

Weaponcraft Enthusiast churning out Servos with unrivalled enthusiasm.

Marionette Master punishing the opponent when we sacrifice, chump block, or suicide attack with our Servos.

Zulaport Cutthroat does his thing when any of our creatures die.

Scrapheap Scrounger likes to visit the graveyard, exile a corpse and get back on the scene.

Syndicate Tracker is Marionette Master's partner in crime.

Emrakul's Evangel is new to the club, but he isn't holding back. Sac the Servos and Scrapheap Scrounger to capitalise on Marionette Master replacing them with Eldrazi Horrors. This works very well when blocking - absorb the damage and replace the creatures who are heading for oblivion. When attacking - get what damage you can in, maybe the opponent chump blocks, then regardless, sac and replace the creatures who were heading for a slumber in the Graveyard.

The Demon of Dark Schemes can remove a number of opposing creatures, which is nice. Additionally, my own servos feed Marionette Master, general creatures trigger Zulaport Cutthroat and I can, hopefully, resurrect something from the Graveyard!

A range of removal there, the usual suspects - Grasp of Darkness and Unlicensed Disintegration an obvious winner. Bone Splinters for artifact creature sac, punish and destroy. Incendiary Flow helps to snatch the last bit of life that the opponent is clinging on to. I had a couple of games, without it, when I was desperately hoping for an Unlicensed Disintegration, which never came....

Hedron Archive is great :-D

So come and roll with the Aetherborn Aristocrats and attempt to satiate that innate penchant for sacrifice..... (a homage to my favourite EDH deck An Innate Penchant for Sacrifice.

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55% Casual

45% Competitive





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Date added 1 year
Last updated 3 months
Legality

This deck is Standard legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 2.94
Tokens 1/1 Servo, 3/2 Eldrazi Horror, 1/1 Human Cleric
Folders Kaladesh STD, Competitive, Standard Ideas, Interesting Standard Decks, Random Standard, Cool
Top rank #21 on 2017-01-05
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