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Type: Deck Idea
Variant Tag: conConstructed
Format: Vintage
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Approx. Value:
$472.49

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Mana Curve
Card Color Breakdown
Card Type Breakdown

Main Deck - 60 cards, 18 distinct
Columns
Name  Edition Price Type Cost
Rarity Color
Instant (13)
1 Emerald Charm
$0.22 Instant
4 Impulse
$0.28 Instant
2 Memory Lapse
$0.21 Instant
1 Power Sink
$0.26 Instant
1 Three Wishes
$3.07 Instant
4 Vampiric Tutor
$51.91 Instant
Sorcery (14)
1 Drain Life
$0.32 Sorcery
1 Elven Cache
$0.18 Sorcery
4 Infernal Contract
$0.44 Sorcery
4 Natural Balance
$2.76 Sorcery
4 Prosperity
$0.57 Sorcery
Enchantment (8)
4 Cadaverous Bloom
$6.71 Enchantment
4 Squandered Resources
$21.88 Enchantment
Land (25)
3 Bad River
$2.45 Land
7 Forest
N/A Basic Land - Forest
5 Island
N/A Basic Land - Island
6 Swamp
N/A Basic Land - Swamp
4 Undiscovered Paradise
$13.13 Land
Sideboard - 15 cards, 7 distinct
Name  Edition Price Type Cost
Rarity Color
Creature (2)
2 Wall of Roots
$0.25 Creature - Plant Wall
Instant (5)
3 Emerald Charm
$0.22 Instant
1 Memory Lapse
$0.21 Instant
1 Power Sink
$0.26 Instant
Sorcery (1)
1 Elven Cache
$0.18 Sorcery
Enchantment (7)
3 City of Solitude
$18.50 Enchantment
4 Elephant Grass
$3.16 Enchantment
Scratchpad - 0 cards, 0 distinct
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Notes
 
Squandered Resources and Natural Balance then put Cadaverous Bloom into play and use to cast Prosperity for a lot.

Discard unnecessary cards to Bloom to generate mana, use that cast another Prosperity for even more. What to do with all that black mana from Bloom? Drain Life.

This deck was less fragile back in the day, when you didn't lose for being at <= 0 life until the end of a phase.

Mike Long won PT Paris in 1997 w/ this decklist.
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