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With the banning of Splinter Twin and Summer Bloom the quickest combo decks in the modern format, I believe that R/G Tron will gain a ton of ground on the modern format. But for those of you that are not familiar with this deck it functions by making effective use of the Urza Tron lands. By having just one of each of Urza's Mine, Urza's Power Plant, and Urza's Tower on the battlefield you can produce 7 colorless mana. Which can happen most of the time by turn 3 with the help of cards like Ancient Stirrings, Expedition Map, and Sylvan Scrying which help you search for the missing Urza Tron pierces. This explosion of colorless mana ramping is great for casting your big bad often game ending creatures, such as, Wurmcoil Engine, World Breaker, and of course Ulamog, the Ceaseless Hunger. This same mana ramping can also be used to cast giant planeswalkers, such as, Karn Liberated and Ugin, the Spirit Dragon as early as turn 3 or 4, and they too can single handedly take control of a game. Chromatic Sphere and Chromatic Star are often used early game to produce the color mana you need for your colored spells, some are listed above, but they also help you to dig farther into your deck with their "Draw a card" ability. Some of the other early game colored spells you will have access to are Firespout and Kozilek's Return which help clear the board of potential early threats your opponent could be playing, Oblivion Stone can also do this but as a colorless version.

So now that you know how this deck functions and what makes it the "best late-game deck" in modern, please give it a playtest or two and let me know what you think. I would love to keep improving this deck. So as always +1's, comments, and suggestions as all welcomed!

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100% Competitive

Date added 3 years
Last updated 4 months
Legality

This deck is Modern legal.

Cards 60
Avg. CMC 3.45
Tokens 3/3 Wurm
Folders Uncategorized, Tron, Modern, cool decks, Ideas Guuru, eldrazi, House rule modern
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