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I had a deck similar to this in many ways. It has changed drastically now. I will explain why:
1) I put Blood Artist in the deck. I liked him so much, I started thinking of ways to exploit him even more.
2) the sacrificial creatures deck always took too long, so I drifted more towards token power.
3) essentially it has evolved into a b/w/r sacrificial tokens deck. Falkenrath Aristocrat and Thatcher Revolt and possibly Blasphemous Act are my only red cards. Board wipe is the name of the game here with Day of Judgment or Killing Wave .
I haven't updated it on this website as far as I have IRL.
Basically, what I am saying is this deck may be too slow to play competitively, and I have explained that I changed it to speed it up. If you can get this playing quickly, then more power to you. Good luck!
cool, thanks for the tip. Ill look into splashing red to speed it up an the Falkenrath Aristocat looks great. I was kinda skeptical on the Disciple of Griselbrand an Skirsdag High Priest cause there good but not great so i think replacing them with Falkenrath Aristocat an Blood Artist would be good an taking out some others for Thatcher Revolt woulf make the deck way more aggresive.
Cool deck idea, but there are a few things that I am noticing. First, you seem to be running a lot of four drops for only having 22 land and no card draw. Also, 22 is fairly low for three colors generally speaking, especially with as many double color requirements as are running around in here. Second, I am not a fan of murder. Doom blade and go for the throat are still legal so I would use one of those instead depending on your meta. Finally, I would highly reccommend playing intangible virtue and/or honor of the pure. Tokens are much scarier when they are bigger. Otherwise, the deck seems to curve out well with most of the spells you have, the biggest thing I would take a closer look at is the mana base for consistency.