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A simple and relatively cheap infect deck. Pump up the cheap infect creatures (Inkmoth Nexus/Glistener Elf/Blighted Agent) early. Then use the Proliferate cards down the stretch. Lastly I threw in Mycosynth Fiends as an early to mid game 5/5 to 7/7 creature to play D or to keep the pressure on.
I don't own any Zendikar block cards and with it cycling soon I don't plan on acquiring any.
Please feel free to leave any suggestions or comments!
I would recommend dropping the Mycosynth Fiend actually, in place of another two Viral Drake and another card:Tezzeret's Gambit. The drake is proliferate on a stick, and you don't need to tap it to proliferate. You can do it for as much as you can. Tezzie's Gambit gives you a card advantage AND proliferates, and you can pay 2 life to play it as well, leaving more mana open to use for things like the drake's ability.
Triumph of the Hordes is too good to only be running two of them. I'd recommend dropping out the Giant Growth entirely in place of another of those, and 3 Noxious Revival to bring back stuff you might want around, like the drake, for example.
It doesn't look that bad though. Removal is going to hurt it bad, that's the only flaw I'm seeing here. Might want to think about running stuff like Postmortem Lunge in the sideboard. Something like my deck "I SAID NO" (http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/i-said-no-1/) would be a HUGE problem for you. You have no counter and next to nothing for removal in the mainboard, and evil people like myself will take horrible advantage of that.