Market deals
Scalding Tarn
$60.22
Buy
Please consider subscribing to a premium account, which provides useful features and removes ads. View More Details
Type: Deck Idea
Variant Tag: conConstructed
Format: Modern
More Info
Approx. Value:
$44.84

0 Likes 4 Comments
Mana Curve
Card Color Breakdown
Card Type Breakdown

Main Deck - 60 cards, 18 distinct
Columns
Name  Edition Price Type Cost
Rarity Color
Creature (22)
1 Abhorrent Overlord
$0.35 Creature - Demon
1 Arbor Colossus
$0.32 Creature - Giant
1 Chromanticore
$1.24 Enchantment Creature - Manticore
4 Nemesis of Mortals
$0.23 Creature - Snake
2 Nighthowler
$0.51 Enchantment Creature - Horror
1 Polukranos, World Eater
$0.94 Legendary Creature - Hydra
3 Reaper of the Wilds
$0.30 Creature - Gorgon
4 Satyr Wayfinder
$0.20 Creature - Satyr
1 Shadowborn Demon
$0.90 Creature - Demon
4 Sylvan Caryatid
$3.62 Creature - Plant
Instant (6)
4 Bile Blight
$0.41 Instant
2 Rescue from the Underworld
$0.22 Instant
Sorcery (5)
4 Commune with the Gods
$0.22 Sorcery
1 Gild
$0.28 Sorcery
Artifact (2)
2 Whip of Erebos
$2.87 Legendary Enchantment Artifact
Land (25)
14 Forest
N/A Basic Land - Forest
10 Swamp
N/A Basic Land - Swamp
1 Temple of Plenty
$2.36 Land
Sideboard - 15 cards, 7 distinct
Name  Edition Price Type Cost
Rarity Color
Creature (12)
1 Archetype of Endurance
$2.41 Enchantment Creature - Boar
4 Corpse Hauler
$0.18 Creature - Human Rogue
3 Mogis's Marauder
$0.21 Creature - Human Berserker
1 Mogis, God of Slaughter
$6.52 Legendary Enchantment Creature - God
3 Spiteful Returned
$0.21 Enchantment Creature - Zombie
Instant (2)
2 Doom Blade
$0.25 Instant
Sorcery (1)
1 Bramblecrush
$0.22 Sorcery

Notes
 
League Championship  -  Born of the Gods

R1 - BYE
R2 - Bill  2-1 playing white weenie
R3 - Michael  3-2 playing mono black
Comments
Log in to comment
  • Michael ()

    We had some excellent games that night. I think the card that did the most damage to me (besides the obvious Whip) was abhorrent overlord. He came down in almost every game. My own was MIA the whole match. 


    Actually what may have hurt me the most was that I played the wrong deck. I had made that version of mono black some time ago and it wasn't until I looked at my newest decklist on deckbox that I realized I didn't update the deck for a bunch of new cards I had picked up. lol. Felt like a proper fool after realizing that mistake. 

     
  • cardboard_connoisseur (Edited )

    The main things that play the chromanticore would be the 2 whips and the 2 rescue from the underworld. In the 20 times i gold fished it and played out the hands I think I drew it 2 times and I think one of those times I was able to hard cast it with double caryatid and the temple. I wasnt planning on ever really casting it but I really just wanted to play it. It is probably better served as somethin else but it may be the only time I try and play it so I wanted to include it in my 75 and with the many dredge style cards I was able to dump it in my graveyard 2 out of the 7 games and hit Bill with it once. So not really luck so much as reliance on spells to put it in the yard.

     
  • the_astro ()

    Yeesh, maybe Moose isn't Mr. Bomb anymore.  Was the Chromanticore supposed to be a pure luck play?

     
    • the_astro ()

      Blue and red have to come off Gold and the Caryatid, right?

       
Market deals
Scalding Tarn
$60.22
Buy
Please consider subscribing to a premium account, which provides useful features and removes ads. View More Details