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Pokémon TCG deck – Ancient Trait Nidoqueen [Standard]

Hello Nurglings!

Main Pokémon: Ancient Trait Nidoqueen
Deck Name: Queen
Format: Standard 2015 – 2016

Ancient Trait Nidoqueen

Pokémon

Trainer

Energy

4 Phantump 4 VS Seeker 4 Mystic Energy
3 Trevenant 4 Dimension Valley 3 Double Colorless Energy
3 Nidoran 4 Wally 3 Psychic Energy
2 Nidorina 4 Professor Sycamore
3 Nidoqueen 3 Muscle Band
2 Shaymin EX 3 Ultra Ball
1 Rare Candy
2 Switch
2 Silent Lab
2 Lysandre
1 Shauna
1 Hex Maniac
1 Xerosic

Hints / Things to think about

  • First turn? Yes please! Nidoran with Wally turns in to a turn two Nidoqueen that can deal plenty of damage. Turn one Phantump with Wally locks your opponent down. Always take the first turn!
  • If you get a Trevenant lock early, do not be affraid to play Silent Lab to give your opponent even less option. Sure your Shaymins will be dead in your hand but your opponent is probably already having a hard time now as it is.
  • Remember that Nidoqueen can knock out TWO Pokémon in one turn. If there are plenty of week Pokémon currently being played in the format, you can really abuse that fact.
  • Remember that Trevenant can actually do plenty of damage with a Muscle Band attached, you do not always need to keep them for Nidoqueen.

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MTG Modern deck – Junk Shadow – Using a Dragon’s Maze card! [Voralz]

Hello Nurglings!

God have I been trying to write this for some time now, I bet two articles will appear today so stay right there! And await the awesome! Anyway on to the thingy…. you know… the text and the deck and the reading.

So one of my favorite spoiled cards from Dragon’s Maze right now is a Legendary Golgari creature that will fight for his right to win the race through the maze! Wow I made that sound awesome didn’t I!? Just like Lotleth troll was one of my favorite spoiled cards from Return to Ravnica (still is) this card has earned a place in my heart.

Enough talking, more spoiling!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dragon's Maze - Spoiler - Varolz the Scar Striped

 

Okay I know, I know you have known about this card for some time…. I know! But let’s make a deck out of it shall we? The first thing I had to figure out was: what cards do I need to enable this deck. The obvious combo that was already being discussed as I started working on this deck was: Varolz, The Scar-Striped + Death’s Shadow. For one single mana, you will make one of your creature +13/+13…. INSANE. But we also need creatures to use it on, and we need to make sure that we can connect with those creatures. So how do we do that? Unblockable? Flying? …. TRAMPLE?

So I’ve decided to pick the following colors for the deck: Green, Black and White. The third color can actually be ANY color. It all depends on what cards you want to use and how you will use them. For me, there were actually a few cards that made me go this path. All I will go mention them as we go along… KNIGHT OF THE RELIQUARY. God damn it brain.

junk shadow

So here is the list:

Creatures: 19
4x Death’s Shadow
4x Lotleth Troll
4x Knight of the Reliquary
4x Bloodghast
3x Varolz, the Scar-Striped

Other Spells: 17
4x Path to Exile
3x Liliana of The Veil
3x Inquisition of Kozilek
2x Lingering Souls
2x Life from the Loam
2x Maelstrom Pulse
1x Raven’s Crime

Lands: 24
4x Verdant Catacombs
4x Marsh Flats
3x Misty Rainforest
3x Dryad Arbor
2x Godless Shrine
2x Overgrown Tomb
2x Temple Garden
1x Murmuring Bosk
1x Forest
1x Swamp
1x Plains

So this deck has PLENTY of different kind of synergies that we will have to try and abuse. Below I will tell you about a few of the basic things that we can do and need to know about this deck.

 

BFF combo
1. The Lotleth Troll + Dryad Arbor + Life from the Loam synergy
With Lotleth Troll you can discard Dryad Arbor to get +1/+1 and then use loam to return the Dryad Arbors to your hand… and there you go, repeat the process while getting bigger! A good tip tho: Don’t overdo it unless you have to, having a big creature is fun, but drawing cards win you games.

 

2. The Lotleth Troll + Dryad Arbor + Knight of the Reliquary trick
So you attack with a 4/4 Knight of Reliquary and a 3/2 Lotleth Troll. What can go wrong if he does not block this attack? Well each discarded Dryad Arbor counts for another 2 damage in your opponents face. Not a massive trick, but it can hit the enemy when they least expect it if they decide to a bad block or “trade”.

counters brah
3. Varolz, The Scar-Striped + Death’s Shadow
This is really one of the major plans for the deck, get Death’s Shadow in to the grave. And put Varolz on the field. TADA huge creature. The best target for this pump would be Lotleth Troll, Varolz himself or a Spirit token created by Lingering Souls.

 

4. Liliana and Lotheth Troll
This has nothing to do with a synergy between these two cards, I just want to mention the importance of these two cards for your deck. Death’s Shadow is not the most awesome card to have in your hand. You want to get him to your graveyard as soon as possible when you Varolz. Liliana and Troll help us with that plan.

 

a cozy place
5. Lotleth Troll + Bloodghast
Opponent low on HP? Discard a Bloodghast for a pump, play a land to return him to the field, attack with 1 extra damage instead of JUST playing Bloodghast.

 

6. Raven’s Crime + Life from the Loam
You don’t need to be a rockiiiit scientist for this. Get your lands back to your hand and use Raven’s Crime over and over.

 

7. Lingering Souls + Varolz, The Scar Striped
Once again this is not a combo, just a good thing to be aware of. Lingering souls is in the deck to make it easier for you to keep Varolz alive with his sacrifice a creature for regen ability.

 

Okay so that was most of the things that you should think about, but I can also hear you say: Why are we not playing Jund instead of Junk? Well… good question! The main reason: I like Junk, I enjoy the color combination and so I try to build around that. If you truly wish to make it something more Jund like instead. Here are a few pointers:

OUT:
4x Knight of the Reliquary
2x Path to Exile

IN:
1x Abrubt Decay
1x Life From The Loam
1x Flame Jab
3x Seismic Assault

I think I covered some of the stuff good didn’t I? Hope you enjoy the deck, please let me know if you try it or something similar to it!

Until next time Nurglings, take care.
Cya soon!

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Venser Vs Koth – Deck lists revealed!

Hello Nurglings.

I got some good news… finally someone in the world decided to open up a Venser Vs Koth deck. So finally we may take a look at the lists, but I also have some bad news… I’m not overwhelmed…

Take a look.



VENSER DECK –

Creatures: 23
1 Whitemane Lion
1 Augury Owl
1 Coral Fighters
1 Minamo Sightbender
1 Mistmeadow Witch
2 Scroll Thief
1 Neurok Invisimancer
2 Slith Strider
1 Sky Spirit
1 Wall of Denial
1 Galepowder Mage
1 Kor Cartographer
1 Clone
1 Cryptic Annelid
1 Primal Plasma
1 Sawtooth Loon
1 Cache Raiders
1 Windreaver
1 Jedit’s Dragoons
1 Sunblast Angel
1 Sphinx of Uthuun

Other Spells: 13
1 Venser, the Sojourner
1 Path to Exile
2 Preordain
1 Sigil of Sleep
1 Revoke Existence
1 Angelic Shield
1 Oblivion Ring
1 Safe Passage
1 Steel of the Godhead
1 Vanish into Memory
2 Overrule

Lands: 24
1 Azorius Chancery
1 Flood Plain
1 New Benalia
2 Sejiri Refuge
1 Soaring Seacliff
7 Plains
11 Island


KOTH DECK –

Creatures: 21
2 Plated Geopede
1 Pygmy Pyrosaur
2 Pigrim’s Eye
1 Aether Membrane
2 Fiery Hellhound
1 Vulshok Sorcerer
1 Anger
1 Cosi’s Ravager
1 Vulshok Berserker
1 Bloodfire Kavu
1 Stone Giant
1 Geyser Glider
1 Lithophage
1 Torchling
1 Chartooth Cougar
1 Earth Servant
1 Greater Stone Spirit
1 Bloodfire Colossus

Spells: 14
1 Koth of the Hammer
2 Wayfarer’s Bauble
1 Armillary Sphere
1 Journeyer’s Kite
1 Vulshok Morningstar
1 Searing Blaze
1 Vulshok Battlegear
1 Downhill Charge
2 Seismic Strike
1 Spire Barrage
1 Jaws of Stone
1 Volley of Boulders

Lands: 25
25 Mountain

Until next time Nurglings, take care.
Cya soon!

Premium Deck Series: Graveborn (Full list spoiled!)

Hello my Nurglings!

Guess what the list for the new premium deck: Graveborn has finally been revealed! Enjoy!

Creature:
1 Avatar of Woe
1 Crosis, the Purger
1 Inkwell Leviathan
1 Sphinx of the Steel Wind
1 Terastodon
1 Verdant Force
1 Blazing Archon
2 Putrid Imp
2 Hidden Horror
1 Faceless Butcher
1 Twisted Abomination

Other spells:
1 Reanimate
1 Entomb
1 Zombie Infestation
1 Cabal Therapy
2 Last Rites
2 Sickening Dreams
3 Exhume
3 Duress
3 Animate Dead
2 Buried Alive
2 Diabolic Servitude
2 Dread Return

Land:
21 Swamp
1 Polluted Mire
1 Ebon Stronghold
1 Crystal Vein

Until next time, take care!
Cya soon!

Innistrad Starters – Decklists are here!

Hello my Nurglings!

*Some random words you don’t care about.* Let’s take a look at the decks!

Spectral Legion Decklist

Lands: 24
10 Island
14 Plains

Creatures: 19
1 Angel of Flight Alabaster
1 Battleground Geist
2 Chapel Geist
2 Doomed Traveler
1 Gallows Warden
1 Geist-Honored Monk
2 Lantern Spirit
2 Mausoleum Guard
3 Moon Heron
2 Spectral Rider
2 Voiceless Spirit

Other spells: 17

1 Curiosity
2 Divine Favor
1 Ghostly Possession
1 Lifelink
1 Lost in the Mist
2 Midnight Haunting
1 Moment of Heroism
1 Negate
2 Pacifism
2 Rebuke
1 Spirit Mantle
2 Unsummon

Eldritch Onslaught Decklist

Lands: 24
13 Island
11 Mountain

Creatures: 15
2 Armored Skaab
1 Charmbreaker Devils
3 Deranged Assistant
2 Fortress Crab
2 Merfolk Mesmerist
2 Murder of Crows
1 Pitchburn Devils
1 Scourge of Geier Reach
1 Sturmgeist

Other spells: 21

2 Burning Vengenace
1 Cellar Door
2 Curse of the Bloody Tome
2 Desperate Ravings
3 Dream Twist
1 Geistflame
1 Ghoulcaller’s Bell
2 Grasp of Phantoms
1 Harvest Pyre
1 Into the Maw of Hell
1 Rolling Temblor
2 Silent Departure
2 Think Twice

Deathly Dominion Decklist

Lands: 24
13 Forest
11 Swamp

Creatures: 24
1 Ambush Viper
1 Brain Weevil
2 Devouring Swarm
2 Disciple of Griselbrand
2 Festerhide Boar
2 Hollowhenge Scavenger
2 Lumberknot
1 Moldgraf Monstrosity
2 Morkrut Banshee
2 Reassembling Skeleton
1 Skirsdag High Priest
1 Somberwald Spider
1 Typhoid Rats
2 Warpath Ghoul
2 Woodland Sleuth

Other spells: 17

1 Altar’s Reap
2 Caravan Vigil
2 Dead Weight
1 Demonmail Hauberk
1 Doom Blade
1 Make a Wish
1 Naturalize
1 Prey Upon
2 Rampant Growth

Carnival Of Blood Decklist

Lands: 24
12 Mountain
12 Swamp

Creatures: 21
2 Blood Seeker
3 Bloodcrazed Neonate
1 Child of Night
2 Crossway Vampire
1 Falkenrath Marauders
2 Falkenrath Noble
2 Markov Patrician
1 Night Revelers
2 Rakish Heir
1 Sengir Vampire
2 Stromkirk Patrol
2 Vampire Interloper

Other spells: 15

1 Cobbled Wings
1 Curse of Stalked Prey
1 Diabolic Tutor
1 Fireball
1 Gruesome Deformity
2 Mask of Avacyn
1 Night Terrors
1 Tectonic Rift
1 Traitorous Blood
1 Traveler’s Amulet
2 Tribute to Hunger
2 Vampiric Fury

Repel the dark Decklist

Lands: 24
10 Forest
14 Plains

Creatures: 23
2 Avacynian Priest
2 Avacyn’s Pilgrim
1 Benalish Veteran
2 Elder Cathar
1 Elder of Laurels
1 Elite Vanguard
1 Fiend Hunter
2 Hamlet Captain
2 Jade Mage
1 Mentor of the Meek
2 Selfless Cathar
1 Slayer of the Wicked
2 Thraben Purebloods
3 Unruly Mob

Other spells: 13

1 Blazing Torch
2 Bonds of Faith
1 Bramblecrush
1 Butcher’s Cleaver
1 Overrun
1 Sharpened Pitchfork
1 Silver-Inlaid Dagger
2 Smite the Monstrous
1 Spare from Evil
2 Titanic Growth

Until next time, take care.
Cya soon!

Innistrad on Standard – Aggro Vampires Deck

Hello my Nurglings!

So did you check out that first 4 rounds chart with this vampire deck? (If you didn’t scroll down or go here: https://nurgleprobe.wordpress.com/2011/09/15/lets-talk-innistrad-vampire-deck-tomorrow/ ) I actually lied in that chart; the damage done during the fourth round would be 19, because of an awesome burn spell for 3.

So what is this deck about? It’s all about being quick and hit harder for every turn that your opponent don’t kill your creatures. They are classic vampires in the way that they get +1/+1 counters, but for once those vampires aren’t over the top in mana cost. In the past this bloodsucking ability has been given to creatures that cost way to much, but now, they are very very cheap. So let’s look at the creatures.

(Observe: These may changes depending on what will be spoiled in Innistrad within the next few days, I will post an updated list when Innistrad is completely spoiled, if needed.)

Creature: 20
4x Stormkirk Noble
4x Bloodcrazed Neonate
4x Vampire Interloper
4x Child Of Night
4x Rakish Heir

So you look at them and say, well they aren’t that dangerous are they? Well together with a few new cards, and a few older ones, the damage will add up, and that’s quick. Incinerate will help you deal with the smaller creature that come in your way early, and against a slower deck they can burn your opponent for 3 to make the vampire even more deadly. Most of the vampires also get a built in +1/+1 bonus every time they deal damage, OR +1/+1 bonus because of Rakish Heir. It all adds up quicker than you think. There are also a few other cards in the spell section that helps you with this +1/+1 counter shenanigans.
Let’s take a look.

(I know that somewhere, Mark Rosewater is proud to see a deck with plenty of counters.)

Spell: 16
4x Vampiric Fury
4x Incinrate
4x Curse Of Stalked Prey
4x Volt Charge

Volt Charge and Curse of the Stalked prey are two cards that work awesome with vampires, proliferating up the counters and adding more when doing combat damage in a player. Volt Charge can also be used as an awesome combat trick to let your vampires have one more toughness than your opponent counted with. What? You don’t know what Curse of The Stalked prey and Vampiric Fury does? Well just look below. Vampiric Fury is a card that people really don’t believe in it seems, but doing a mini overrun with a quick deck seems awesome, it’s also a great combat trick giving your vampires First Strike, something that’s very welcomed in battle against bigger creatures.


Land: 24

2x Stensia Bloodhall
4x Dragonskull Summit
4x Blackcleave Cliffs
4x Swamp
7x Mountain
3x Ghost Quarter

So lastly the mana base. Yes there is a new land in the mix, it’s there for one reason: when your main idea fails, keep doing 2 damage every turn! It’s still a clock if your early game did some damage.

So I hope you enjoyed the deck, until next time, stay safe.
Cya soon!

Gengar Prime Control – Pokémon TCG deck

Hello my Nurglings!

Time for a deck from a game that I don’t talk so much about; I do link some videos from my favorite player within the games at times, but not much else. So what game am I talking about? POKÉMON! Gotta catch em… never mind. This is a deck that I’ve always wanted to try in the Pokémon TCG, a hand disruption deck! Sounds like a no go in this type of game where there are plenty of cards to refill your hand, the whole idea with this deck is to remove those possibilities for your opponent.

All Pokémon in the deck have some kind of disruption power, Gengar Prime that keeps removing Pokémon cards from your opponents hand, Gothitelle that stops your opponent from activating trainers while she is active, and Weavile from Undaunted that lets you look at your opponents hand when he hits the bench, and you may discard any card from their hand.

To help these cards you want to use as many of their abilities at once after using a Judge supporter card. Your opponent will end up with 4 cards and with a Weavile hitting the bench and a Gengar Prime attack right after, they don’t have much to play around with after that (hopefully).

The deck sounds good in theory, but I will have to try it out to really see if it works, maybe I could even get Mr. Jwittz to look at it, yes HE is my favorite Pokémon player (well at least out on the web, in my local area not so much).

Enjoy the deck!

Pokémon: 21
4-4 Weavile
2-1-2 Gothitelle
3-2-3 Gengar Prime

Trainer: 18
4x Pokémon Catcher
4x Rare Candy
4x Energy Search
3x Energy Retrieval
3x Pokémon Communication
2x Lost World

Support: 8
4x Judge
2x Seeker
2x Juniper

Energy: 11

8x Psychic
2x Darkness
1x Double Colorless

Until next time, take care of your hand.
Cya soon!

To My Love – The Mono Red Deck (Standard MTG)

To the love of my life, I have a few things to say.

First of all I’m so terribly sorry that I could not be there for your birthday, but it did sound like it was a good one. Knowing that you had a good day sure put a smile on my face, and I hope I can give you your present soon. Until then this very post will be written for you, it’s nothing amazing but at least you know I’m thinking about you.
I love you and happy birthday!

Hello everyone, to check out my girlfriends’ blog and give her a little happy birthday, go on here: http://nathifa.blogg.se/

It’s time for a gift for my girl and what better gift then a Magic The Gathering deck! Yes that’s right, what kind of deck is hot with passion, love and destruction!? What will explain the feelings that burn within me? How will the next two months handle this deck? Yea that’s right; this is a deck to play before the rotation happens.

Oh yes… It’s time for!

I know the name is silly, but come on it’s for my girlfriend and I’m silly so everything is alright so far, right? The whole idea is to create an awesome burn deck, yea that’s right, the deck that will wreck standard until the rotation. It will smack the enemy in the face with a palm of fire! And for my lady at home, this deck is for her, and I will do my best to gather the cards for it! So where should we start in this magnificent deck of greatness.

As you see I’m positive today, so let us start with the creatures. The lovers of the deck that will be aggressive and hitting the enemy in the face every combat as long as my opponent won’t kill it off.
I’m seeing some aggressiveness in… Goblin Guide, a hasted 2/2 is never fun to be attacked by first round. I also see Grim Lavamancer in my future, to burn down my enemies. Hmm what else will we have? Let’s see…

Creatures: 16
4x Goblin Guide
4x Grim Lavamancer
4x Bloodcrazed Goblin
4x Goblin Fireslinger

Right now you guys are looking at me like: what? What just happened? What is Firesling doing in there? Isn’t that shit common from M12? And Bloodcrazed Goblin, what card is that? Well I’m here to enlighten you about the second best 2/2 in the format after goblin guide. This is the Goblin with the plan to kick in for 2 every turn just to be thrown in to the face of your opponent with another amazing card ( I will come to that one).

Bloodcrazed Goblin seems to be a very odd pick, and I must say I agree with you for the most part, in any other deck I would rather run a card like Chandra Phoenix or Furnace Scamp. But those cards are missing out on early agro and extensive damage. You’re looking at me like you don’t know what I’m talking about, well let’s just say the deck need their goblins to work. So what about Fireslinger? He is in there to let Bloodcrazed attack every turn when you don’t want to waste your burn spells. Plus, if the Fireslinger and Grim Lavamancer are allowed to stay on the field for too long, the damage ads up quickly.

Let’s continue over to the instants of the deck, and see what your opponent will be dreaded to see, every single round of a game.

Instant: 18
4x Lightning Bolt
4x Incinerate
4x Burst Lightning
4x Searing Blaze
2x Galvanic Blast

One mana, two mana, one mana, one mana… man, those are some cheap spells and plenty of them Mr.Nurgle. Well yes, yes there are plenty of them. This is the machinegun of the deck that will act next to the aggressive creatures fighting on the battlefield. You will be able to draw in to more than enough of these spells to keep your opponent at his toes for the whole game. There are no real surprises in the instant setup. So let’s quickly move on to the sorceries, where we will find two important key elements to this deck.

Sorcery: 8
4x Tezzeret’s Gambit
4x Goblin Grenade
(Aaaaahaaaaaaaaa)

That’s right everyone, a goblin can hit for two… four… and suddenly he throws himself at you for 5 damage. Nine damage in just two rounds isn’t a bad start for this deck if you ask me. Together with cheap hitting goblin this works as a “finisher” of sorts. Gambit is there to dig deeper in to the deck for burn, and I’m not sure if it fits yet. You may just want to be able to do two more damage for that card slot, but for now, it will do.

Well that’s the deck, I hope you enjoyed seeing how much burn there will be in the next two months, and enjoy playing it just like I will. Until next time, watch out for those grenades!

Cya soon!

Yu Gi Oh Swedish Nationals – Day 1


(Map picture taken from: http://skateboard.about.com)(Big S in Sweden I know okay)

This post is to all the people out there that want to read up on some Yu Gi Oh tournament information around the world. This little post in itself won’t give you that much information but maaaybe you will be interested to see the decklist when I get my hands on them. For now, I have the top 8 decks at least! So here we go!

In no particular order (the darker names are people from my local area):
1. Twilight
2. Worms
3. GB
4. Blackwing
5. Tengu Plant
6. Tengu Plant
7. Tengu Plant
8. Tengu Plant

So this was day one of Swedish Nationals, tomorrow is day two. I will try to get my hands on the decklists as soon as possible and post them here. Stay tuned!

Tier Nurgle – EDH ZOO DECK

Welcome to this new and awesome segment of this blog! Tier Nurgle, where I visit and examine my own mind for deck ideas that probably won’t work, that I create for the fun of it, and well, I share with all of you! So let’s take a look at the very first deck that will be posted here!

EDH – ZOO

In legacy I’ve been attempting to build a ZOO deck, I’ve never really been that involved with legacy and I’m lagging behind in getting the cards I need. So for the hell of it, I built myself a EDH decklist, most of the cards being in my collection, except all the lands that I’ve just thrown in there and you can probably switch to what you want/have. Remember this is in not a deck to play if you want to kick ass, it’s a deck you want to play to have some fun. You will probably love the expression on your opponents when you play that Schyte Tiger. Yea you heard me… Scythe Tiger.

Here comes the creatures!

Creatures: 27
Balefire Liege
Boartusk Liege
Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite
Nobilis of War
Wilt-Leaf Liege
Quasali Pridemage
Quasali Ambusher
Knight Of The Reliquary
Wolly Thoctar
Student Of Warfare
Kird Ape
Loam Lion
Wild Nacatl
Bloodbraid Elf
Dwarven Miner
Nimble Mongoose
Viridian Shaman
Stoneforge Mystic
Tarmogoyf
Goblin Bushwhacker
Goblin Guide
Hero of Oxid Ridge
Hero Of Bladehold
Eternal Witness
Thrun, The Last Troll
Gaddock Teeg
Scythe Tiger

Now let’s quickly jump in to the spells, artifact and enchantments of the deck. This is a ZOO deck so of course I’m staying true to what kind of spells they usually play, spot removal, spot removal, and some random spells! Followed by a few buff enchantments like Gaea’s Anthem so my creature won’t be all to small during the game. The spell I’m most excited about to play is probably Lightning Bolt. Imagine killing a player with a lightning bolt! Without duplicating it or casting it forever! I’ m looking forward to that oh yes. Hell I’ve even thrown in the Punishing Fire – Burnwillows combo!

Spell: 12
Lightning Bolt
Sirocco
Krosan Grip
Path To Exile
Sword To Plowshare
Chain Lightning
Ritch’s Charm
Pyroblast
Red Elemental Blast
Glimps Of Nature
Punishing Fire
Lead The Stampede

Artifact: 3
Relic Of Progenitus
Lightning Greaves
Umezawa’s Jitte

Enchantment: 7
Beastmaster Ascension
Rancor
Glorious Anthem
Marshal’s Anthem
Glorious Anthem
Gaea’s Anthem
Mirari’s Wake

Lastly, I threw in some Planeswalkers, but only a few. More like, eleven of them, not staying very true to the old ZOO deck here but hell, it’s EDH. Throwing in some awesome Planeswalkers when you can is a part of it! I will just post the the lands here as well since I really don’t have any comments on them except: play whatever lands you like!

Planeswalker: 11
Ajani Goldmane
Ajani Vengeant
Chandra Ablaze
Chandra Nalaar
Elspeth Tirel
Elspeth, Knight-Errant
Garruk Wildspeaker
Gideon Jura
Koth of the Hammer
Karn Liberated
Sarkhan Vol

Land: 39
Windswept Heath
Vivid Crag
Vivid Grove
Vivid Grove
Terramorphic Expanse
Tectonic Edge
Taiga
Shinka, the Bloodsoaked Keep
Plateau
Oran-Rief, the Vastwood
Evolving Wilds
Ancient Ziggurat
Arid Mesa
Boros Garrison
Fire-Lit Thicket
Grove of the Burnwillows
Gruul Turf
Hall of the Bandit Lord
Jungle Shrine
Karakas
Reflecting Pool
Rith’s Grove
Rootbound Crag
Rugged Prairie
Rupture Spire
Selesnya Sanctuary
Arctic Flats
Ancient Amphitheater
Elfhame Palace
Stirring Wildwood
3x Forest
3x Mountain
3x Plains

Okay one more thing, I’ve saved this for last! The Commander, FEAR HIM! JOHAN!