MTG Standard deck – Green / White flicker – Post rotation
I know I’ve mentioned earlier that I was working on a Green/White deck in Magic the Gathering for the Standard format to come. Not sure if it’s good or not, but I think it will be fun! Plenty of creatures and a few fun interactions, what else do you need? Really?
This deck should probably be Naya (Green/Red/White) to maximize its performance. But… this is my deck so I do whatever I want it! 😀 But if you want to make it a tiny bit better (maybe better), you may want to add Red.
So let’s start with the non-creature spells for this deck:
4x Oblivion Ring
Yes, you’re right, there are not a lot of spells in this deck. Finally we see Rancor in Standard (I say finally cause I really want to play it in both Standard and Modern). Oblivion ring works as our safest removal and Cloudshift is there to help our creatures flicker.
Why do we want to see our creatures Flicker, well, let’s look at them!
4x Arbor Elf
4x Avacyn’s Pilgrim
4x Elvish Visionary
4x Restoration Angel
2x Sigarda Host of Herons
There are some ramp creatures, and plenty of “Enter the Battlefield” triggers in this deck. One very special new creature is: Thragtusk. Not only does he get you 5 life when he hits the Battlefield. But when he leaves the Battlefield (it does not matter how), you get a 3/3 beast. It’s a sweet deal! Together with one of my favorite legendary angels: Sigarda. You get a good flying team with her and Restoration Angel mixed with Rancor. Rancor also helps with your early aggression in this deck, your mana creatures can easily hit for 3 turn two and three if your opponent won’t do something about it.
And the lands:
4x Sunpetal Grove
4x Evolving wilds
1x Seraph Sanctuary
Until next time Nurglings, take care.
Posted on 8 July, 2012, in Card Games, Deck / Deck Lists, Magic The Gathering and tagged after, Alexander Eliasson, deck, flicker, green, Magic The Gathering, mtg, next format, nurgle, nurgleprobe, post, rotation, standard, thragtusk, type 2, white. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.