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Come visit our lovely hamlet, it's BEAUTIFUL this time of year!

Tour enchanting Hanweir, see the sights, and meet exciting new people!

Start your adventure with a guided tour of the Hanweir Garrison, see the brave Soldiers arrayed for war.
Witness the Desperate Sentry in all his honor, and let's not forget the stalwart Extractor of Sin! Thalia's Lieutenant rubs elbows with The Town Gossipmonger  Flip, probably talking about that suspicious Thraben Inspector.
Make sure you keep your Otherworldly Outbursts to yourself, or there might be more Horrors to face when you see the full glory of Hanweir, the Writhing Township!
Ride the Incendiary Flow downtown and forge a Savage Alliance!
Or listen to your lovely tour guide as she tells the exciting tale Nahiri's Machinations, ending in the epic Declaration in Stone!
These are just a few of the great new attractions here in enchanting Hanweir, sure to keep visitors entertained.
The Soldiers of Hanweir love to visit during the day, and the nights get even MORE wild...
Purchase a beautiful Terrarion, get your spouse the perfect gift with a Vessel of Volatility, and your kids will love playing with their new Thraben Gargoyle  Flip!
Just... look out, most of these have a pretty high taxation rate by from the Extricators...

Make plans, and visit enchanting Hanweir TODAY!

This is a Standard deck built with a focus on Eldritch Moon cards, using Horror creating mechanics, and inflicting damage with aggressive Humans. I'm still considering refining, but this is the 2nd stage of the concept!

So, this is the normal deck description. This deck focuses on having a fast and low mana curve, with the most expensive thing being the meld cost of Hanweir, the Writhing Township.
Victory comes early with multiple tokens, 1/1 Humans, and pumping Thalia's Lieutenant while dropping 3/2 Eldrazi Horrors with Otherworldly Outburst and Extricator of Sin  Flip.
Mid-Game victory is achieved with a fully melded Hanweir, the Writhing Township and delirium fueled lesser creatures.
Swap in Chaplain's Blessing for Incendiary Flow and Collective Defiance when dealing with burn decks.
Bring your Ironwright's Cleansing in for the same two sorceries when challenged by enchantment/artifact decks.
Toss in the Faith Unbroken and/or Repel the Abominable if big Eldrazi and monsters are a problem.
Give No Ground for token generating aggro decks.

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Updates

Change is finally here, and I'm happy with the results so far.

The less than reliable Skin Invasion has been sent to the sideboard in favor of a mainboarded Authority of the Consuls. Authority slows down vehicle decks and leaves a bigger opening for me to hit with my not-to-evasive creatures, while giving some much needed lifegain.

Stone Quarry was terrible anyway, and has been replaced with Evolving Wilds, to help with both balance AND delirium.

Inspiring Vantage has gone in for good fast land early, or a discard outlet for Tormenting Voice and delirium triggers later.

In the sideboard, the over-priced Ironwright's Cleansing has come out for the much more cost effective Fragmentize.


I'm still testing these changes out, and open to more suggestions. As it stands, I feel it still feels like an Eldritch Moon deck primarily, with humans transforming into unspeakable horrors, and the few Kaladesh block cards haven't shifted that focus too much.

Thank you for checking out my deck!

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Panzerforge says... #1

Thank you for the comment MrSnake1733, I am currently kicking around a few cards from KLD and AER for this deck, mostly to try to keep it relevant.
In particular after AER was released, I've found this deck is a little too slow to be much of a threat to its Kaldeshi Cousins.
Unsurprisingly, most of what I'm considering is to either slow down my opponent or remove pesky artifacts, or let me hit a lot harder. Cards I'll likely be removing are Skin Invasion  Flip and Vessel of Volatility in favor of better enchantments like Authority of the Consuls and Call for Unity. This will, of course, push this closer to being a White/Splash Red deck, but that's fine with me.

January 31, 2017 2:18 a.m.

Darsul says... #2

Hey, doesn't every good town need a Village Messenger  Flip or a Thraben Gargoyle  Flip? see what I did their 8) +1

February 22, 2017 12:45 a.m.

Geo67 says... #3

Still one of the coolest decks. I actually ran into a watered down version of it in a MOnday Night Standard, it did not go well for me.

February 22, 2017 8:34 a.m.

Panzerforge says... #4

Darsul, I'm already running the Thraben Gargoyle  Flip, and it works great as it is two card types towards delirium, a great bargain. The werewolf, on the other hand, I'll have to test. I like the idea, and have been considering replacing Skin Invasion  Flip.

Thanks Geo67! I still like this deck, even if it lacks the speed of a newer AER deck.

February 22, 2017 11:16 a.m.

Darsul says... #5

/facepalm proof reading is a good thing, the or should be over.

February 22, 2017 11:23 a.m.

Panzerforge says... #6

Ah, no, certainly not over, Darsul.
The fact that the gargoyle is an artifact creature that I can sac to the extricator T3 to get a horror and +2 types to delirium is game-winning.
Then the ability to flip into a flying bruiser early with Vessel of Volatility is just brutal.

February 22, 2017 11:33 a.m.

darleen says... #7

How do you feel about Renegade Map over Terrarion? Renegade Map sacs for free but Terrarion draws you a card, so I guess it comes down to what do you need more, speed or card draw.

March 6, 2017 1:17 p.m.

Panzerforge says... #8

Terrarion for sure, because I often sac them to Extricator of Sin's ETB to get a Horror Token AND draw a card.

March 6, 2017 1:24 p.m.

Cipher_8 says... #9


Boros | Amonkhet

Standard* Cipher_8

SCORE: 1 | 86 VIEWS


My new Standard Deck that features Hanweir prominently. You might like.

April 16, 2017 12:17 p.m.

ElMyamoto says... #10

A Deck with a fun desc.? Always guaranteed an upvote from me.

July 10, 2017 6:09 a.m.

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Date added 1 year
Last updated 2 months
Legality

This deck is Frontier legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 1.87
Tokens 1/1 Human, Clue, 3/2 Eldrazi Horror
Folders Standard, Boros (Modern/Standard), ZAda, looks fun, Standard, My decks, Standard, Posibles, Decks, yes, See all 103
Top rank #1 on 2016-07-19
Views 21262

Revision 14 See all

9 months ago)

+2 Consulate Crackdown side
-2 Skin Invasion  Flip side