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Indeed! And if you take RoarMaster's idea of Wild Cantor (even if it is just a sideboard), you could speed him up! I would also highly recommend Corpsejack Menace as derekb79 suggested, or something that proliferates to boost those counters!
July 21, 2017 3:53 p.m.
Oooooh boy. I have been DYING to see a nice Scavenge deck with Varolz! I will have to use this as reference! Some suggestions that I have as far as scavenge creatures are Lord of Extinction and Skullbriar, the Walking Grave. Both of them will continuously get larger and larger as you play and Skullbriar can even be a possible win con for you, especially if you through in Stitch Together.
July 21, 2017 3:24 p.m.
Going off of what squirlfood said, Dictate of Erebos would be another great card
July 20, 2017 12:51 p.m.
I think I just s*** my pants with this deck...especially considering the rulings!!! I played it against my W/B warriors deck and I messed up the rulings. I thought it said "choose one that you haven't chosen before" which allowed me to pull out a Banishing Light with the draw 2 cards ability and got rid of it. So even though that deck won....it should have lost (O-O). But this is a truly an amazing concept and I would love to get a paper version of this!!!
July 14, 2017 1:06 p.m.
I have to say that this deck does give me some good ideas as to where I can take, my own White/Black Warriors, so thanks for sharing! So here are my thoughts on this deck...
Pros:I really enjoy the cards used in this deck! Both Bontu's Monument and Oketra's Monument are both AMAZING cards that I will definitely consider getting my hands on (especially Bontu!). And with this set up, you have a really nice "life steal" strategy going for you with cards like Bontu's Monument, Brutal Hordechief, and Mardu Shadowspear. I also like the concept of having Return to the Ranks as a card in the deck as a sort of revival card. One card that is similar that could also be used is Gravepurge. It may not send them to the battlefield like Ranks does, but it does allow access to some of the other higher mana-cost creatures. So overall, a very interesting set of cards!
Cons:This deck seems to be very inconsistent, but that's to be expected from decks that are paper made. I was lucky enough to have my warriors deck almost completely paper made. But there are some cards that just don't make sense, like Devoted Crop-Mate and Glory-Bound Initiate. Sure they are warriors with neat affects, but they just don't seem to fit in right. So if you can afford it, see if you can through in some more playsets in the deck. I can see a really awesome life steal strategy going for this deck, especially with the cards I mentioned earlier. But that is just my opinion.
So overall, not bad! I played-tested this deck a few times and it performs decently, but I think a little more can be done. I hope you take my thoughts into consideration, but more importantly, keep up the good work! +1