There’s too many cool sea monster cards and I need help streamlining this deck. Any suggestions or tips are welcome. Currently at 72 cards and trying to trim it down to 60.

Quest for Ula's Temple is very important in this deck to help me get out lots of expensive creatures for free. To make sure I have this card on the field I'm incorporating a lot of scry effects from things like scrylands, Kenessos, Priest of Thassa, and Octoprophet. To make sure i always have something to put on the battlefield from the temple, I'm incorporating plenty of card draw. To increase the speed of quest, I’m bringing in proliferate effects and Clockspinning.

Kraken Hatchling is my 1-drop blocker and I have some other creatures along the mana curve to help me out so that in the worst of times when I cant find Quest for Ula's Temple, I am still able to play something.

I cant figure out what to do with the rest of the deck. I like the idea of having a lot of diverse options and win-conditions so that the deck plays a little differently based on which big sea-monsters you get each game, but there are also some interesting and powerful effects that I could lean into, and thus make the deck more focused and consistent. Stormtide Leviathan is the big one, and building around it would shift the focus to cards like Wrexial, the Risen Deep, Runo Stromkirk  , Inkwell Leviathan, Aethersquall Ancient, and Simic Sky Swallower. this route would give me a lot of safety from attack, and give me good answers to enemy flyers.

I could also lean in to proliferate and counters, like for Aethersquall Ancient, Nadir Kraken, Deep-Sea Kraken, and Contentious Plan, Clockspinning.


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This deck is Casual legal.

Rarity (main - side)

4 - 0 Mythic Rares

29 - 0 Rares

4 - 0 Uncommons

21 - 0 Commons

Cards 68
Avg. CMC 3.26
Tokens Copy Clone, Emblem Kiora, the Crashing Wave, Koma's Coil 3/3 U, Kraken 9/9 U, Tentacle 1/1 U
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