Need help with "Budget Modern Myr Tribal Combo" deck, can anyone help?

Modern Deck Help forum

Posted on March 3, 2019, 1:17 a.m. by MLGSavageBoy

I'm not new to MTG I'm just not the best deck builder and I was needing a little help on where to begin with weird Modern deck. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Also how do i contct someone directly on this site for help?

Caerwyn says... #2

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March 3, 2019 1:25 a.m.

Caerwyn says... #3

To contact someone directly you can post on their walls. It's not 100% private (others who view the wall can see it and it will briefly appear in the recent comments stream on the homepage), but it generally gets the job done. For more private communications, you have to upgrade your account on this site, and the person you wish to speak with needs to have upgraded. Then you can enable chat and have private conversations.

I have also moved this thread over to "Modern Deck Help" so it catches the attention of those with experience in Modern. The generic Deck Help subforum is for help in formats other than those listed (such as for planechase decks).

The best place to start would be to make a decklist and ask others here for assistance. It is a lot easier to provide feedback if there is a a base to work with.

I do not know much about Myr in Modern, but have some suggestions. Two copies of Myr Galvanizer and three mana producing myr, such as Gold Myr produce infinite mana. You can use that to ramp into something like Myr Battlesphere .

March 3, 2019 1:32 a.m.

PlatinumOne says... #4

the "gatherer" is a pretty handy tool for searching for cards that meet specific requirements or have certain effects. i'd recommend first looking at all the modern legal myr with a mana cost of 3 or less.

have you played modern events before? if you're new to the format, i'm pretty knowledgeable about it if you have any questions.

March 3, 2019 2:22 a.m.

Vman says... #5

Well there are 2 typical myr decks (just know they are meant to be casual and would get butchered in a competative setting)

1 is the ones revolving around beating people up with Myr Enforcer .

  1. Is the infinite mana ones using 2 Myr Galvanizer and 1 Palladium Myr then using the mana on a huge Fireball or something.

Now to really help you what is you goal? Do you want to play modern as a casual? As a competative player? How much money are you willing to invest here? You want top decks on a budget maybe? Or do you want to meme and have fun will still winning here and there

Whats ur playstyle like? Do you like beating people up directly through aggro? Do u like slow grindy wins? Do u like setting the tempo of the game urself? Theres alot of questions to help someone ge a comfortable deck. Maybe share a little more :)

March 3, 2019 2:34 a.m.

Unlife says... #6

Theres also an infinite combo deck with Heartless Summoning , Myr Retriever and a sac outlet for all sorts of wincons such as Bitter Ordeal , Grapeshot , Blasting Station , Grinding Station , etc. Myr Superion also fits beacuse he becomes free to cast

March 3, 2019 8:13 a.m.

Flooremoji says... #7

I build a $20-18ish Myr Tribal deck, it hade the galvinizers infinite combo combined with Myr Battlesphere , Myr Matrix , Myr Turbine , and a few others like Myr Reservoir . It was pretty fun, and decently competitive. Definitly add Tomb of the Spirit Dragon !

March 3, 2019 11:23 a.m.

PlatinumOne says... #8

Unlife: that actually wouldn't work. Heartless Summoning would give Myr Retriever -1/-1, and the retriever would immediately go to the graveyard as a state based action before you could sacrifice it to anything.

March 3, 2019 9:45 p.m.

hungry000 says... #9

To claridy, that Heartless Summoning deck actually needs two Myr Retrievers that get each other back from the gy, giving you infinite etb/cast triggers. Impact Tremors and Grapeshot would be the normal wincons for that deck.

March 3, 2019 11:02 p.m.

PlatinumOne says... #10

hungry000: thanks. that makes much more sense.

March 4, 2019 12:02 a.m.

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