Cast Out targets permanents an opponent controls. Also, I may be missing something but I don't see how you are going to get a hedron into your discard, it does not have cycling.
June 5, 2017 8:14 p.m.
ImtheRealBear , You are correct about Cast Out and I have to wonder how I missed that. All is good though because I can work on a deck that has Scarab Feast in it. As for the graveyard portion, it is rather easy to get into the graveyard as you will have more than 7 cards in hand due to Shadow of the Grave. Turn ends and you discard two Hedrons and then cast Scarab Feast and hit one. During your opponent's turn you just have to Haze of Pollen (hope they don't burn you) and you win.
June 5, 2017 8:48 p.m.
Jgentr3 - It has done pretty well so far. Against Mardu, it is a test of whether or not you can get the combo off on turn 4 or 5 before they hit you for lethal. Black/Green counters has been somewhat easier to go against. The issue is that they both can have Lost Legacy which they will try to strip away Hedron Alignment or New Perspectives. If they go for Hedron and you boarded in the other win conditions, you will be relatively safe. When against Aetherworks Marvel decks it comes down to who ever can get the combo to go off first (unless they don't hit anything great).
June 12, 2017 5:56 p.m.
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|Date added||4 months|
|Last updated||1 month|
This deck is Standard legal.
|Folders||Interesting, Building for the Meme, Playtest Decks, Standard, Interesting Decks, kek|
|Top rank||#14 on 2017-06-15|