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Type: Deck Idea
Variant Tag: conConstructed
Format: Vintage
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Approx. Value:
$269.55

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Card Color Breakdown
Card Type Breakdown

Main Deck - 60 cards, 18 distinct
Columns
Name  Type Cost Edition Price
Color Rarity
Instant (13)
1 Emerald Charm Instant
$0.21
4 Impulse Instant
$0.70
2 Memory Lapse Instant
$0.19
1 Power Sink Instant
$0.26
1 Three Wishes Instant
$2.25
4 Vampiric Tutor Instant
$41.93
Sorcery (14)
1 Drain Life Sorcery
$0.19
1 Elven Cache Sorcery
$0.19
4 Infernal Contract Sorcery
$0.47
4 Natural Balance Sorcery
$1.45
4 Prosperity Sorcery
$0.41
Enchantment (8)
4 Cadaverous Bloom Enchantment
$1.47
4 Squandered Resources Enchantment
$5.45
Land (25)
3 Bad River Land
$2.49
7 Forest Basic Land - Forest
$0.14
5 Island Basic Land - Island
$0.10
6 Swamp Basic Land - Swamp
$0.14
4 Undiscovered Paradise Land
$5.58
Sideboard - 15 cards, 7 distinct
Name  Type Cost Edition Price
Color Rarity
Creature (2)
2 Wall of Roots Creature - Plant Wall
$0.26
Instant (5)
3 Emerald Charm Instant
$0.21
1 Memory Lapse Instant
$0.19
1 Power Sink Instant
$0.26
Sorcery (1)
1 Elven Cache Sorcery
$0.19
Enchantment (7)
3 City of Solitude Enchantment
$7.15
4 Elephant Grass Enchantment
$0.80
Scratchpad - 0 cards, 0 distinct
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No cards here. :(

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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