(Just here for Competitive Pauper Decklists? Find them here.)

So I suppose the title could refer to one of two great stories: either Return of the King, where Aragorn claims his rightful place as “human badass” and leads his humans to victory over Sauron’s hordes, or; Return of the Jedi, where Ewoks smash AT-STs with tree trunks. Pick your nerd flavor.

Whatever your choice, the result is the same: per the Magic Online announcement on August 13, starting after the downtime on August 20, Pauper “Daily Events” will return.

That’s right! Real, official, weekly Pauper events! Competitive Pauper play! Results lists! A real meta! All the stuff!

Having sanctioned Pauper events means a lot; hopefully they don’t mess it up by not posting ALL the results on their “What’s Happening” page or whatever the current equivalent is. I want to see competitive Pauper lists, and I want to see all of them.

Pauper Daily Events

 

So with that in mind, this article is devoted entirely to Pauper, and there will be A LOT of lists. The focus will be on highlighting more competitive lists so that readers will have some good options to choose from if they want to try and jump into one of these events. But before we get to that I have prizes to give away and a contest to announce.

Faithless Contest #2: Winner!

For his awesome Pestilence-based, Cleric-themed Classic Pauper Orzhov deck, Aught3 takes home the grand prize. This deck was so awesome, in fact, that the MTGO client started the entire match over just so it could see it in action for a little while longer.

No seriously, check out the video, it happened. Either that or Sliver Cycling is way OP.

Weird stuff happens around 7:10.

Bugs aside, I didn’t even know there was the possibility of Cleric Tribal in Pauper, and it is by far the format I’m most familiar with. Thanks to Aught3 for submitting the deck, and here is the list if anyone wants to try it out.

Pesky Clerics (Pauper)

Lands (24)
Bojuka Bog
Kabira Crossroads
Orzhov Basilica
Orzhov Guildgate
Plains
Swamp

Creatures (20)
Wall of Hope
Battlefield Medic
Obsidian Acolyte
Syndic of Tithes
Scholar of Athreos
Whipgrass Entangler
Teroh's Faithful
Vile Deacon
Daunting Defender

Spells (16)
Doom Blade
Unmake
Castigate
Read the Bones
Pestilence
Sideboard (15)
Duress
Relic of Progenitus
Crimson Acolyte
Doom Blade
Suture Priest
Dust to Dust
Kor Sanctifiers
Soltari Visionary

Faithless Contest #2: Runner-up!

I had a lot of fun playing Rremedio’s BW Tokens deck, and really enjoyed “going off” with Twilight Drover and Devouring Greed. Because of that, I’m awarding Rremedio the runner-up prize. Aught3 will win two items from my super-awesome Loot Crate stash and Rremedio will win one. Items will be chosen at random from the available collection and sent along soon.

Here is Rremedio’s list:

The Spirit Always Dies (Modern)

Lands (23)
Orzhov Basilica
Orzhov Guildgate
Plains
Swamp

Token Generation (12)
Lingering Souls
Midnight Haunting
Triplicate Spirits

Creatures (5)
Doomed Traveler
Celestial Crusader

Fragile Awesomeness (7)
Twilight Drover
Devouring Greed

Support Spells (5)
Zealous Persecution
Brave the Elements

Removal (8)
Go for the Throat
Path to Exile
Sideboard (15)
Castigate
Kor Firewalker
Tempest of Light
Rootborn Defenses
Rain of Tears

I played this list against a GBw Deadbridge Chant / Phyrexian Rebirth graveyard recursion deck. Despite getting my tokens sweeped numerous times, the deck proved to be very resilient. Here is the video.

Way fun.

Congrats to both, and thanks to everyone who submitted decks! We had five submissions this week. Respectable, but we can do better.

Since this article series is about budget builds, it’s worth noting that I priced out Pesky Clerics at $4.34. That’s respectable even by Pauper standards. The Spirit Always Dies came out to $20.91, but you could save a lot if you exchange the set of Path to Exile for some form of cheaper removal and bring the list under $10 easily. That’s amazing for Modern. Prices were pulled from MTGOTraders, so the lists could be even cheaper if you scrounged around for the right bots.

Faithless Contest #3: Rules

1. Design me a fun, innovative, or powerful Pauper deck.

2. Post it in the comments below.

3. Submissions due before Monday, August 25.

Clarifications

  • Decks must follow the official Pauper deck construction rules (including banned list) and be legal online.
  • If your list fits into an archetype I have posted below (MBC, Stompy, BorosKitty, etc) then please highlight why your deck is different / better than the version I have listed.
  • I will highlight the most interesting decks in next week’s article, and may play some on video for the YouTube channel. One lucky winner will get two items, randomly selected, from my current LootCrate stash. Check out the videos at the bottom of this post to see what’s available.
  • I’m still not getting a ton of submissions, so your chances of winning just for playing are still pretty high!  

Faithless Deck(s) #3: Pauperpalooza

I’ll be posting one exemplary deck list for any of the strongest archetypes and will attempt to sort into Tier 1, Tier 2, and Rogue. Links to brewers / source articles will be provided where I can find them. If I miss a citation please feel free to let me know in the comments and I will add it.

Also worth noting, since these decks are (mostly) from old Premier Event lists, they don’t include cards from the newest sets. There may be some good M15 or late Theros block cards that could improve these decks moving forward. If you think of any, let me know. Now, without further ado!

Pauper Decks: Tier 1

These are the decks that placed most frequently in the last Pauper Premier Events.


Mono Black Control (sneakattackkid)

Lands (23)
Barren Moor
Polluted Mire
17 Swamp

Creatures (18)
Chittering Rats
Cuombajj Witches
Crypt Rats
Okiba-Gang Shinobi
Phyrexian Rager

Spells (19)
Dead Weight
Devour Flesh
Duress
Geth's Verdict
Sign in Blood
Unearth
Victim of Night
Sideboard (15)
Choking Sands
Cuombajj Witches
Echoing Decay
Gray Merchant of Asphodel
Tendrils of Corruption
Wrench Mind

I don’t know if I’ve seen anyone place with MBC more often than James Beltz (sneakattackkid). CastingCommons has a good write-up on this list and an alternate list by Jason Sirichoke (jsiri) which you should check out if you would prefer your Merchants in the main. Chris Weaver also wrote a good article looking at Merchant and non-Merchant lists and ending up running a hybrid with Pestilence. If you love Pestilence (like I do) be sure to check it out.

Two notes about MBC. 1: If you’re not running Witches, you’re wrong. They’re necessary against Delver (Faeries) and that deck is everywhere. 2: Don’t run Witches and 1-toughness creatures. The only exception is Crypt Rats and only because Crypt Rats is really used more as a sweeper in the deck than as a creature.


Delver / Mono Blue Faeries (cweaver)

Land (17)
17 Island

Creatures (20)
Cloud of Faeries
Delver of Secrets
Ninja of the Deep Hours
Spellstutter Sprite
Spire Golem
Stormbound Geist

Spells (23)
Bonesplitter
Counterspell
Daze
Exclude
Gush
Ponder
Preordain
Snap
Sideboard (15)
Coral Net
Curse of Chains
Hydroblast
Serrated Arrows
Steel Sabotage
Stormbound Geist

This deck was known as Mono Blue Fae(ries) before Delver came along, but now it’s just commonly known as “Delver.” This is the list that Chris Weaver (cweaver) went 5-0 with in the March 29 Premier event. I’m partial to Chris’s list because I know him best and I’ve watched him play it the most. Other notable Delver players include Mezzel and xMiMx and their lists are worth a look as well.


Affinity (Vagar)

Land (18)
Ancient Den
Darksteel Citadel
Great Furnace
Seat of the Synod
Tree of Tales

Creatures (18)
Atog
Auriok Sunchaser
Carapace Forger
Frogmite
Myr Enforcer

Spells (24)
Chromatic Sphere
Chromatic Star
Fling
Galvanic Blast
Perilous Research
Prophetic Prism
Springleaf Drum
Thoughtcast
Sideboard (15)
Ancient Grudge
Hydroblast
Pyroblast
Raze
Standard Bearer

This list from Vagar went 6-0 in the February 15 PE and is a good representation of Affinity after Perilous Research became a thing. If you want Disciple of the Vault in your list, try this winner from _SickDraw, and if you want more Ardent Recruit style Affinity-aggro, try this list from badluckbandit. I’m highlighting Vagar’s list because Perilous Research was responsible for a resurgence of Affinity decks in events. I also really like Auriok Sunchaser.


Burn (jonyeh420)

Land (19)
19 Mountain

Spells (41)
Chain Lightning
Curse of the Pierced Heart
Fireblast
Flame Rift
Incinerate
Lava Spike
Lightning Bolt
Lightning Strike
Rift Bolt
Searing Spear
Shard Volley
Sideboard (15)
Gorilla Shaman
Martyr of Ashes
Pyroblast
Searing Blaze
Smash to Smithereens

Lightning Bolt to the face. Repeat 7 times. Win. This 5-0 list from jonyeh420 doesn’t fiddle with creatures. It is straight-up burn-to-the-face goodness, and that’s what we like. If you want a few creatures, Keldon Marauders are usually the ones who make it in, e.g. this list from Zaripan94. Kiln Fiend also makes the cut sometimes.

I recommend running no creatures, personally, or at most the 4 marauders. I also recommend reading Mike Flores’s recent re-iteration of the Philosophy of Fire, if you haven’t already. A must for all Magic players and especially Burn players.


Esper Familiars (alfonso_666666)

Land (22)
Azorius Chancery
Dimir Aqueduct
Evolving Wilds
Island
Plains
Seat of the Synod
Swamp
Terramorphic Expanse

Creatures (24)
Archaeomancer
Cloud of Faeries
Lone Missionary
Mnemonic Wall
Mulldrifter
Nightscape Familiar
Sage’s Row Denizen
Sea Gate Oracle
Sunscape Familiar

Spells (14)
Compulsive Research
Deep Analysis
Foresee
Ghostly Flicker
Reaping the Graves
Snap
Sideboard (15)
Aether Tradewinds
Capsize
Deep Analysis
Divine Offering
Echoing Decay
Fade Away
Hoodwink
Lone Missionary
Prismatic Strands
Reaping the Graves

Whatever evil was involved in Temporal Fissure decks has been transported into Esper Familiars. This deck gives me a headache, but at least understand how it works with Sage’s Row Denizen. The competing list from The_Raging_Flump doesn’t include the Denizen and I can’t fathom how you win except in the grindiest way imaginable. If that’s your kind of thing, go for it.


Stompy (johan80)

Land (16)
16 Forest

Creatures (28)
Nettle Sentinel
Quirion Ranger
River Boa
Safehold Elite
Scattershot Archer
Silhana Ledgewalker
Skarrgan Pit-Skulk
Young Wolf

Spells (16)
Gather Courage
Groundswell
Hunger of the Howlpack
Rancor
Vines of Vastwood
Sideboard (15)
Fog
Gleeful Sabotage
Hornet Sting
Hunger of the Howlpack
River Boa
Viridian Longbow

There are a lot of good Mono Green Stompy lists out there. I like this list from johan80 because it is built for a meta of MBC and Delver, and I think you are bound to see a lot of those decks in competitive play. There are similar lists from ThiagoAM and jsiri84 if you want some alternatives.

I could list Green One decks separately under Rogue, but they are really Stompy decks so I am going to put a couple lists here. Green One highlights one-CMC spells (almost exclusively) and have a number of ways to trick out a morbid Hunger of the Howlpack onto something like Silhana Ledgewalker and then just win. I personally prefer Green One to traditional Stompy. Check out a couple fun lists from deluxeicoff and Shaffawaffa5.


UR Control (johan80)

Land (23)
10 Island
Izzet Boilerworks
Izzet Guildgate
Mountain

Creatures (11)
Delver of Secrets
Mulldrifter
Sea Gate Oracle

Spells (26)
Compulsive Research
Counterspell
Electrostatic Bolt
Exclude
Firebolt
Flame Slash
Oona’s Grace
Preordain
Sideboard (15)
Dispel
Electrickery
Gorilla Shaman
Hydroblast
Pyroblast
Spreading Seas

I am pretty sure that johan80 came up with this list in the first place, but there are plenty of copycats. If I were to run a control deck in Pauper, this is the one I like. It is important to keep in mind, however, that savvy opponents know that if they kill your creatures you can only hit them for a max of 16 damage with Firebolt. In the control mirror, casting Compulsive Research on your opponent can be the difference between who gets decked out first. Weird, but that’s how it goes. I could see a singleton Curse of the Bloody Tome in the SB for just this purpose, too.


BorosKitty / Kuldotha Boros (TGalbs)

Land (20)
Ancient Den
Boros Garrison
Great Furnace
Kabira Crossroads
Mountain
Plains

Creatures (14)
Glint Hawk
Guardian of the Guildpact
Kor Skyfisher
Squadron Hawk

Spells (26)
Bonesplitter
Faithless Looting
Flame Slash
Galvanic Blast
Ichor Wellspring
Journey to Nowhere
Kuldotha Rebirth
Lightning Bolt
Prophetic Prism
Sideboard (15)
Circle of Protection: Green
Circle of Protection: Red
Gorilla Shaman
Pyroblast

This 6-0 list from TGalbs is a refined version of the original BorosKitty list named for player turbokitty3000. I like posting lists from the original brewer when I can, so here is one that turbokitty played, but I think TGalb’s version is more refined. This deck is grindy and resilient and, personally, I have never beat it. I’m also terrible at playing it, but I really like it, all the same.


AzoriusKitty (Shaffawaffa5)

Lands (22)
Azorius Chancery
Azorius Guildgate
Kabira Crossroads
Island
Plains
Lonely Sandbar

Creatures (17)
Kor Skyfisher
Dream Stalker
Mulldrifter
Sea Gate Oracle
Lone Missionary

Spells (21)
Reality Acid
Journey to Nowhere
Momentary Blink
Preordain
Serrated Arrows
Spreading Seas
Piracy Charm
Sideboard (15)
Reality Acid
Piracy Charm
Kor Sanctifiers
Train of Thought
Holy Light
Circle of Protection: Black
Circle of Protection: Red
Hydroblast

If you haven’t seen this decklist lately, you haven’t been reading our site. Dan is gearing up for Season 2 of the Pauper Gauntlet, and two versions of this deck will be competing. The one above is from David Shaffer (Shaffawaffa5) and is the one I prefer. The alternate version is from Power_T and utilizes Sunscape Familiar. Definitely check out David’s article which explains how the deck works and contains a complete sideboard plan.

For kicks, also check out the list that turbokitty3000 used to win a Pauper 8-man yesterday.


Goblins (deluxeicoff)

Land (18)
18 Mountain

Creatures (35)
Foundry Street Denizen
Goblin Arsonist
Goblin Bushwhacker
Goblin Cohort
Goblin Sledder
Mogg Conscripts
Mogg Raider
Mogg War Marshal
Sparksmith

Spells (7)
Death Spark
Lightning Bolt
Sideboard (15)
Flame Slash
Flaring Pain
Goblin Caves
Gorilla Shaman
Sylvok Lifestaff

I like this deluxeicoff version of Goblins (it’s a pretty traditional list, really) because it runs all the things I find most troublesome when I play against Goblins. Mogg Raider and Goblin Sledder make blocks very difficult for your opponent and can null their removal. Death Spark is an all-star, though it’s the card that most people have trouble playing well. Some lists were running Goblin Matron, but I honestly feel like she is too slow for the deck. If you want an alternate list, I like this one from Shredder34. The extra direct damage means all the Goblins have to do is get you started and then you can easily burn your opponent out.


Mono Blue Control / MUC (Corrado)

Land (20)
17 Island
Quicksand

Creatures (10)
Delver of Secrets
Sea Gate Oracle
Spire Golem

Spells (30)
Accumulated Knowledge
Counterspell
Deprive
Exclude
Miscalculation
Oona’s Grace
Piracy Charm
Preordain
Repeal
Repulse
Think Twice
Sideboard (15)
Coast Watcher
Curse of Chains
Dispel
Hydroblast
Oona’s Grace
Serrated Arrows
Steel Sabotage

Most MUC lists are pretty similar, and the goal is the same. Don’t let your opponent do anything. If that’s your kind of thing, this list from Corrado hits the right balance (for me) with its 2 Sea Gate Oracles. Check out these lists from ThiagoAM and oriver001 for a little variety.


Pauper Decks: Tier 1.5 and Tier 2

I actually don’t know what “Tier 1.5” means but I know it’s a thing. For me, these are decks that can win competitive events but they are less consistent. Usually decks are inconsistent in events because they need to avoid certain match-ups to win, or because they require good draws to go off. There are still a lot of fun, powerful decks here, though, so don’t be deterred. Play the deck you love.


Domain Zoo (nathanp01)

Land (20)
Evolving Wilds
Forest
Island
Mountain
Plains
Terramorphic Expanse

Creatures (18)
Aura Gnarlid
Kor Skyfisher
Matca Rioters
Qasali Pridemage
Squadron Hawk
Wild Nacatl

Spells (22)
Abundant Growth
Brainstorm
Lightning Bolt
Nylea’s Presence
Rancor
Staggershock
Tribal Flames
Unearth
Sideboard (15)
Ancient Grudge
Armadillo Cloak
Electrickery
Gorilla Shaman
Hydroblast
Obsidian Acolyte
Pyroblast
Skyshroud Archer
Young Wolf

In the past, lots of people tried to get Domain to work in Pauper. It wasn’t until we got Nylea’s Presence that it really came together, though, and it was nathanp01 who first brought it into competitive play successfully. The version above is an earlier list, but still solid. Later lists from both nathanp01 and singer_from_sengir included Skred which seems like it fits into this deck very well.


GW Hexproof / Auras (Nyghtmare)

Land (18)
14 Forest
Selesnya Guildgate

Creatures (16)
Aura Gnarlid
Gladecover Scout
Silhana Ledgewalker
Slippery Bogle

Spells (26)
Abundant Growth
Ancestral Mask
Armadillo Cloak
Ethereal Armor
Journey to Nowhere
Rancor
Utopia Sprawl
Sideboard (15)
Circle of Protection: Red
Hornet Sting
Journey to Nowhere
Moment’s Peace
Ray of Revelation
Scattershot Archer

A lot of the Hexproof lists were very similar in the last Premier Events. Maybe there is room for more innovation now with the Enchantment-heavy Theros block adding some cards to our pool. I chose to highlight this list from Nyghtmare because it doesn’t include the too-clunky Selesnya Sanctuary that some other lists ran, and because I liked the SB better than the other lists. Hexproof can just win, and sometimes it does, but it requires the right draws and it can be easy to hate out, which is why it doesn’t make it into Tier 1.


Delver Fiend / One-Eyed Cyclops (surucucu)

Land (17)
Great Furnace
Seat of the Synod
Island
Izzet Guildgate
Mountain

Creatures (12)
Delver of Secrets
Kiln Fiend
Nivix Cyclops

Spells (31)
Assault Strobe
Gitaxian Probe
Ponder
Preordain
Apostle’s Blessing
Dispel
Electrostatic Bolt
Lightning Bolt
Piracy Charm
Shadow Rift
Sideboard (15)
Dispel
Piracy Charm
Electrickery
Flame Slash
Flaring Pain
Hydroblast
Pyroblast

If Delver Fiend has had a constant champion, it’s surucucu, and his list has changed very little over time. This list is from just last month, and other than Guildgates over Terramorphic Expanse, it is unchanged from the list he ran in the last PEs. This list from motu_matukata is worth a look as well, though the two are very similar.


Elves (Madhatted)

Land (13)
12 Forest
Island

Creatures (42)
Birchlore Rangers
Elvish Branchbender
Elvish Mystic
Elvish Visionary
Fyndhorn Elves
Llanowar Elves
Lys Alana Huntmaster
Nettle Sentinel
Priest of Titania
Quirion Ranger
Sylvan Ranger
Timberwatch Elf

Spells (5)
Distant Melody
Mob Justice
Sideboard (15)
Gleeful Sabotage
Scattershot Archer
Seedling Charm
Spidersilk Armor
Viridian Longbow
Wellwisher
Wrap in Vigor

There were just two Elves lists in the PEs I looked at. I chose to highlight this one because it is somewhat less pre-sideboarded against Delver, but still has plenty of Delver hate for games 2 and 3. The other list is worth a look, and has Spidersilk Armor and Viridian Longbow in the main; good tech against Delver and stalled board states. I recommend either list if you want to play Elves.


White Weenie (rickrolld)

Land (20)
18 Plains
Secluded Steppe

Creatures (30)
Benevolent Bodyguard
Doomed Traveler
Guardian of the Guildpact
Hopeful Eidolon
Icatian Javelineers
Kor Skyfisher
Leonin Skyhunter
Loyal Cathar
Razor Golem
Squadron Hawk

Spells (10)
Bonesplitter
Journey to Nowhere
Last Breath
Sideboard (15)
Celestial Flare
Cenn’s Enlistment
Disenchant
Divine Offering
Dust to Dust
Kor Sanctifiers
Obsidian Acolyte
Prismatic Strands
Standard Bearer

This is a very traditional list from rickrolld, and it can be very strong depending on the meta. White Weenie is surprisingly good against Delver, for instance. If you want something a little different, check out this list from flascker.


Slivers (TheBaartol)

Land (22)
10 Forest
10 Plains
Selesnya Guildgate

Creatures (30)
Muscle Sliver
Plated Sliver
Predatory Sliver
Sidewinder Sliver
Sinew Sliver
Spinneret Sliver
Talon Sliver
Virulent Sliver

Spells (8)
Commune with Nature
Journey to Nowhere
Sideboard (15)
Circle of Protection: Red
Gleeful Sabotage
Obsidian Acolyte
Spinneret Sliver
Standard Bearer

Slivers are pretty strong against other creature-based decks, but they fold to well-timed removal and they don’t have any way to protect themselves. This list from TheBaartol is straight-forward in its approach: get out a lot of Slivers, beat face. What’s not to like?


RUG Tron / Urza Tron (Avignon)

Land (20)
Haunted Fengraf
Island
Khalni Garden
Mountain
Quicksand
Remote Isle
Shimmering Grotto
Urza’s Mine
Urza’s Power Plant
Urza’s Tower

Creatures (12)
Fangren Marauder
Mulldrifter
Sea Gate Oracle
Ulamog’s Crusher

Spells (28)
Ancient Stirrings
Chromatic Sphere
Chromatic Star
Compulsive Research
Expedition Map
Firebolt
Flame Slash
Prophetic Prism
Rolling Thunder
Sideboard (15)
Ancient Grudge
Arc Lightning
Circle of Protection: Green
Circle of Protection: Red
Fangren Marauder
Flame Slash
Pyroblast
Ray of Revelation
Serrated Arrows

If you’re going to play Tron, I think you should play RUG Tron, and if you’re going to play RUG Tron, I think you should play Avignon’s list. He has spent a lot of time tuning it, and I think it is pretty optimal. Let me know if you have lists you like more.


UB Trinket Control (Power_T)

Land (21)
Dimir Aqueduct
Island
Bojuka Bog
Swamp
Vault of Whispers
Barren Moor
Terramorphic Expanse

Creatures (20)
Fume Spitter
Augur of Skulls
Chittering Rats
Crypt Rats
Trinket Mage
Mulldrifter

Spells (19)
Executioner’s Capsule
Sylvok Lifestaff
Undying Evil
Tragic Slip
Sign in Blood
Diabolic Edict
Grim Harvest
Sideboard (15)
Duress
Nihil Spellbomb
Sylvok Lifestaff
Deep Analysis
Chittering Rats
Chainer’s Edict
Spinning Darkness
Crypt Rats

I love UB Trinket Control, and if there was ever an “official list” for the deck, this is it. Trinket is a toolbox control deck that is good at beating other control decks. I feel like MBC is the stronger deck since Gray Merchant was printed, though, even if it isn’t quite as fun to play. UB Teachings is another viable control deck, played by veteran someoldguy.


Illusory Tricks (bava)

Land (19)
18 Island
Quicksand

Creatures (23)
Krovikan Mist
Dream Stalker
Cloudfin Raptor
Phantasmal Bear
Fathom Seer
Spire Golem
Stormbound Geist
Mulldrifter

Spells (16)
Counterspell
Vapor Snag
Preordain
Piracy Charm
Deprive

Artifacts (2)
Bonesplitter
Sideboard (15)
Stormbound Geist
Hydroblast
Coral Net
Curse of Chains
Mulldrifter
Serrated Arrows

Illusory Tricks doesn’t show up often (ever) in PEs, but I maintain that’s because people don’t know about it or think it’s just a “worse Delver.” The fact is that Tricks is very well-tuned to beat both Delver and MBC, and should be considered for those reasons alone. This is my most recent list, built with help from Chris Weaver (cweaver) who played it for awhile before returning to Delver.


Pauper Decks: Rogue Lists

Really, you want more lists? The fact is, the Pauper format loves Rogue decks, and there are just too many to list. Follow Deluxeicoff on Facebook to see his fun lists. Otherwise, post your own lists in the comments below. I’d love to see them!

Thanks for reading and I hope that from all these lists you’ll be able to find a winning deck that you love playing.

Until next time, keep on looting.

-bava

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