The gameplay starts at 51:06, also win the game.

Single malt whisky, individuality, uniqueness, and uncompromising. A single-color deck is like a single malt whisky, with obvious advantages and disadvantages. Well, I saw the explosive power of boldness, impulsivity, and despising everything in the single red. If you are also a planeswalker who walks on the edge of a blade regardless of the consequences, you may wish to try this newly polished deck.

In this deck, you will see the following strategy:

  • Wheels, quite a few wheels.
  • Burn, removal of artifacts.
  • And the graveyard reanimate, storm.

If you sir a planeswalker who is starting to feel dizzy here, you should take a break with a glass of water. The exit is on the upper X sign on the right-hand side. The price of clicking on it will be your 10-year life span.

If you like to turn the creature sideways, try to drain your mana every time, then pass the turn, and then look at the other powerful planeswalker with a frown. Watching the whole world burn may not be bad at all.

The biggest issue with Red is that we have too many efficiency spells. Burst out spells left and right, it empties your hand immediately. You wish you had drawn more cards to fill your hollow hand.

Worry not my friends. A good Red planeswalker does not need the help of other colors, we have the best solution, to become a master of wheels!

When opening hand with Mana Crypt Dayum! Draw it after turn 10? Dammit! A wheelmaster would not have such troubles, he spins the troubles away and entrusts his destiny to the place where the arrow stops. Hallelujah!

Mono color must have a downside; we suffer from "Short of Tutor" and "Narrow Interaction" in Red.

Having fewer tutor cards in EDH provides a randomized gameplay experience, which is fun. But, had no access to enchantment removal, and some burn spells to deal with creatures...we need something else to cover our ass.

Introducing an old-fashioned way to answer.

The Color-Less. They're Efficiency but Backwards, and we do love that little hint of jankiness. Some cards could dump or dig whenever you want. Or doing tricks in instant speed to set your opponents up.

From the ancient past, we red wizards were only good at destroying artifacts and land except for burning. This may be a curse, but we can bring this curse to everyone! Mycosynth Lattice, Liquimetal Coating, Liquimetal Torque, etc.

Everybody hates STAX, PERIOD. And I'm not attempting to convince you guys this is fun to play against with.

But! It's really good to combine a commander who could still generate mana when lands doesn't untap. Compare with that, MLD (mass lands destruction) which caused everyone to lose lands, opponents still have a chance to blow up the orbs and catch up from behind.

Besides, Wheelmaster do need to stomp-through, and Static Orb make sure creatures stock in sideways, and I see this as an absolute win.

If you notice that I didn't list Blood Moon or Magus of the Moon, it's because I still wanna play this deck at every table I meet. Therefore, I don't wanna put these two which are only performing well at high-power matches in the deck.

The main goal is very simple. To have at least five cards in hand, Aggravated Assault + Neheb, Dreadhorde Champion attack and discard your hand to activate again, and again. But, maintaining enough cards in hand is the hard part. Giving him a double strike will make things easier.

A 5/4 trample won't stick around on the table long. Times go by, we are not able to recast him because of his tax added on. Underworld Breach is the second solution, not just casting Neheb from your graveyard.

A way don't need combat to win.

Magda, Brazen Outlaw An inconspicuous little creature hiding on the table.

Liquimetal Torque Another unremarkable mana rock...Or is it? Remember we talk about making permanents into artifacts to let us access to removal?

Underworld Breach Related Combo Show

When you built a deck highly focused on doing one thing and one thing only, your opponents will try to stop it.

Neheb always a hot target on board, take him down equals shot us down too. So prepare for it.

The four types of threats are:

  1. Hard removal
  2. Soft removal
  3. STAX
  4. Steal him from us

Therefore, you should pick some cards which versatile enough, it compacts your deck too.

Who is the Wheelmaster?

Big shout out for QUEST FOR THE JANKLORD, an amazing youtube channel. The Wheelmaster in that show is truly kind and generous. This deck may not be as benevolent as he is, but it's guaranteed that everyone is equal in front of the wheel.

“Ushigo dorbo gordo? (Would you like a hand, stranger?)” —The Wheelmaster

Feel free to ask about how to operate this deck or any suggestions. And consider giving an Upvote +1 ?


Updates Add

Update— May 17, 2022

+1 Currency Converter / -1 Expedite

+1 Professional Face-Breaker / -1 Crimson Wisps

Testing for their value.

+1 Seize the Spotlight / -1 Wedding Invitation

A higher ceiling to draw more cards. It could bring your hostage back too.


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