Monday, October 11, 2010

Back to Front.

 Do you guys remember my "Small Cost for a Big Dude' deck? Well this is extremely similar to it... In fact, the difference is probably uncanny... In either case, this deck is meant to lay waste to the opponent's back lines, while protecting your creatures from Zamool and Burn Mugic. With the exception of Khorror... but burning Khorror... might take a while... or a lot... Remember - Decks are made to be improved....

Back to Front
1. Ninren - WindStrider
2. Khorror - Xerium Armor/Warbeast Power Leash
3. Ninren- WindStrider
4. Savell - Mipedian Balladeer's Flute
5. Headmaster Ankhyja, Seeker of the Art - Weightless Energy Vessel
6. Sepmek - Ravita Flower

1x Tune of Xerium
1x Armament Alteration Anthem
2x Melody of Mirage
2x Trill of Dimunition.

2x Reactive Resolution
2x Brave Glint
2x Acceleration
2x Academy Strike
2x Poison Sphere
1x Primal Smash
1x Daunting Bravery
2x Veloitrap
2x Shadow Strike
2x Power Cut
2x Unbalanced Charge/Valor Continuum

2x Brawler's Burrow
2x Numid Voidlands/Broken Edge
2x Storm Tunnel, Lingering Monsoon
2x Mipedim Oasis
2x Mipedim Mirage/Pouril Forest

Alright, Back to Front is the Deck's Name and Back-to-Front is how the deck works... Automatically, you can see the Thunder Chicken has Swift 3 which enables him to strike the back of your enemy lines with massive force. But do not forget to sacrifice your little Ravita Flower on Sepmek to give Savell counters to counter the Recklessness on both Khorror and Ninren.
Then when you have safely disturbed your enemy by landing at the back, cast Tune of Xerium to kill off WindStrider and get back another Ravita Flower to gain Counters. The Armament Alteration Anthem is there to kill off any annoying battlegear like Xerium Armor, and you get back a Ravita Flower so the cost of that mugic is basically 0. Note that since it said, destroy ALL battlegear, if you aren't equipped... it still works =D.
Ninren then cleans up the back 3 muges, leaving Khorror and 2 Trills of Dimunition to play Clean-Up. Don't be scared if Khorror has 10 or 20 Recklessness, he can probably clean the ranks with a bit of it anyways.
And While, Ninrens are clearing the back 3 - Nobody interferes... meaning Khorror stays where he is, don't attack with him until the muges are done and coded. This is so Khorror can defend and what-not...
So yea!

That's my improvement of "Small Cost for a Big Dude" - V.02


  1. ninren already has swift 1, why would it need swift 3?

  2. Well... in any army, your opponent will keep their best creatures at the back. This could be a Najarin, Fluidmorpher's Foe or a Nivenna, they are all formidable Support, you want to rid off without much disturbance.
    In addition, Ninren can fly pretty much all around the board. Whether it's to attack a creature who is adjacent to Savell as an example.
    So it gives you better Board Control

  3. do you need unbalanced/valor? because the deck relies on speed and courage attacks i thought i might hurt yourself more than your opponent.

  4. Ya, this is why I didn't put both Unbalanced Charge and Valor Continuum. And I will of course only play them as a finishing move if this is a "lose on purpose" battle...
    But as I said, you can edit it to your whim... But... I would use stuff that can deal reasonable damage or a significant damage to mugs (which you are attacking).