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Main Deck - 52 cards, 18 distinct
Columns
Name  Race Type Cost Edition
Unit (27)
3 Banna Thief Orc Unit 2 + The Iron Rock
3 Braying Gor Chaos Unit 2 + The Burning of Derricksburg
3 Esli'an Chaos Unit 3 + The Silent Forge
3 Fungusbrew Goblin Orc Unit 1 + The Silent Forge
3 Great Unclean One Chaos Unit 6 + The Deathmaster's Dance
3 Lord of Change Chaos Unit 6 + March of the Damned
3 Shades Dark Elf Unit 2 + Assault on Ulthuan
3 Snotling Pump Wagon Orc Unit 2 + Warpstone Chronicles
3 Spider Riders Orc Unit 1 + The Skavenblight Threat
Tactic (15)
3 Chillwind Dark Elf Tactic 1 + Assault on Ulthuan
3 Cloying Quagmire Chaos Tactic 2 + March of the Damned
3 Mork's Teef Ritual Orc Tactic 0 + The Iron Rock
3 Seduced by Darkness Chaos Tactic 0 + Core Set
3 Seductive Delusion Chaos Tactic 2 + Legends
Support (10)
3 Contested Village Neutral Support 1 Core Set
3 Evil Alliance Neutral Support 2 Redemption of a Mage
3 Shrine to Nurgle Chaos Support 2 + Core Set
1 Warpstone Excavation Neutral Support 0 Core Set
Sideboard - 3 cards, 1 distinct
Name  Race Type Cost Edition
Tactic (3)
3 Pillage Orc Tactic 2 + Core Set

Notes
 
Lord of change and great unclean one should be brought out with Mork's teef ritual.

Lord of change is a quest zone card basically all the time and the unclean one is ALWAYS a battlefield card.
Banna thief is battlefield along with shades.

Seduced by darkness and any other corruption card are just food for the unclean one.
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