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As for numbers, I'm not entirely sure, but I think that Corpse Knight could be fairly good if you play it right after a Kaya's Wrath . After wiping your opponents board, assuming you didn't play all the creatures in your hand, you could play Corpse Knight and then dump out all the cheap creatures in your hand. Then you'd not only have a better board advantage but Corpse Knight would just ping your opponent for a lot of damage as well. And speaking of Kaya's Wrath, maybe add some enchantments like Ashes of the Abhorrent , Open the Graves , or Revel in Riches so that when creatures die, you get more free stuff.
July 5, 2019 2:08 p.m.
Hey there! If you're still looking for advice on how to make your deck more competitive, I've got some tips ---
- Try to deal damage faster. Most competitive decks can win on turn 6 or maybe even 5 because they have a fast and consistent way of dealing damage. Most lifegain decks are typically too busy gaining life to deal lots of damage. One way to get around this is draining life. An example of this is Epicure of Blood . In addition to gaining life, he also lets you damage other people. Plus, it seem like you have lots of aggro cards, so maybe more combat tricks to make the damage count.
- Get more value. Why just gain life when you could draw cards as well? For example, Dawn of Hope lets you draw cards whenever you gain life (as long as you've got the mana, which you probably do have all of the cards in your deck don't cost much, mana-wise, which is a good thing) Maybe even Lich's Mastery could work here.
That's all I have right now. Hope this helps, and good luck in Denver!
June 30, 2019 12:22 p.m.
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|Playing since||Battle for Zendikar|
|Avg. deck rating||3.00|
|Favorite formats||Standard, Casual, Limited|
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