Wall of Junk

Wall of Junk

Artifact Creature — Wall

Defender (This creature can't attack.)

Whenever Wall of Junk blocks, return it to its owner's hand at end of combat.

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Wall of Junk Discussion

ShaDoWz_6677 on Glory to Old Phyrexia

8 months ago

Wall of Junk or 1 swamp. you dont need 43 lands. I would go with 39 lands at most in this deck. I play a yawgmoth cEDH with Phyrexian Subtheme. The Thran book dictates a lot of the storyline between Phyrexia and Dominaria. Speaking of a powerstone that Yawgmoth uses to keep the Portal to Phyrexia open for the people of Halcyon to be transported to Phyrexia. (Hence cards like Mimic Vat and No Rest for the Wicked references.

bushido_man96 on Arcades, goes to Wallmart

9 months ago

I like Wall of Junk's synergy with Arcades. Nice repeatable draw spell. Nice looking deck.

carpecanum on Arcades - Quarantine King

1 year ago

The vows are nice but targets can still block your creatures. Bloodthirsty Blade, Martial Impetus, Psychic Impetus and Predatory Impetus instead? I hate Vow of Duty unless its on my guys.

Necropolis is an old fun card. Wall of Junk can be recast for card draw.

Valius on UB Mill

1 year ago

I’ve played Phenax mill for a while, and he works really well as a defensive deck with Wall creatures and milling at the end step. Creatures such as Wall of Frost, Glacial Wall, Guardians of Meletis, Wall of Junk, etc. Slap a Slagwurm Armor on one of those puppies and someone’s deck will be hurting. Illusionist's Bracers then make a creature double mill, which could mean game over if on your Consuming Aberration.

Additionally, Crawlspace and Collective Restraint can keep you safe while you just mill away.

Other cards that get stupid powerful in this kind of deck are Wight of Precinct Six, Mortivore, and Eater of the Dead who can mill potentially infinitely (especially with the aforementioned equipment cards).

And last thing is to turn mill into damage - Duskmantle Guildmage, Bloodchief Ascension are great, and don’t forget about Mindcrank!

Best part is most of these are very affordable, others look like they've gone up in price a bit since I got them, and even adding just a few can beef up Phenax because they all synergize with him alone.

qwikster on Detective Damia, on Duty

1 year ago

Really cool idea - I love things that are "jank" from looking like a board of junk to opponents, but can explode into a win with a Wall of Junk !

Have you thought about Crystalline Crawler ? 1. Deck is 3 colors, which means an easy 3 sunburst effect, but with any land that taps for "any" color, you can easily achieve 4 colors 2. With 4 counters when it comes out, all of that Mana CAN be used right away, so you lost nothing - or you can save it for next turn and on turn 5, even without a land drop, you have 9 Mana (with it's tap for another counter). That's a pretty good turn 5. 3. Even if you don't dump it, it's still a great battery that is a better and better blocker/attacker the more it builds (and you can attack with a 5/5+ and still remove counters at instant speed later while it's tapped, so you can always hold up emergency Mana) 4. Another artifact for you.

Valius on Phenax: You Don't Need Those

1 year ago

I had a Phenax deck and it was super fun to play. Mine was a bit more turtle-y than yours, so I ran a suite of walls like Glacial Wall , Wall of Junk , and Guardians of Meletis . Equip those bad boys with Slagwurm Armor and you got yourself a milling machine and defense. There’s a ton of blue and colorless walls out there with ridiculous toughness that pair well with Phenax and give you pretty awesome blockers that let you just mill someone for 20+ at their end step if they dare attack you.

You also open up protection such as Crawlspace , Propaganda , Collective Restraint , and Koskun Falls . If you go that route. Phenax wants your creatures to tap to mill, which is why I liked walls, but swarm decks prove to be a problem, which is why I like these cards in my deck.

Otherwise, good combos in a deck like this that I enjoy was Notion Thief + Teferi's Puzzle Box so that opponents can never have cards, And Bloodchief Ascension since you’re running Mindcrank for infinite mill and damage. And Fraying Sanity could mean instant death to one person.

I really like the interaction Necrotic Ooze has with mill decks, and same with Grimoire of the Dead . Psychic Strike is a good milling counterspell with the added benefit of not needing double blue to cast.

And don’t forget, Laboratory Maniac is fantastic since you can also be a mill target, not just your opponents! Scry and Tunnel Vision yourself and you’ve won.

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