Stinging Fog [Modern]

by Mekkakat on 05 August 2016

Main Deck (60 cards)

Sideboard (15 cards)

Sorceries (2)

Enchantments (6)

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Deck Tags

  • Modern
  • american
  • Fog
  • Mill

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Card Legality

  • Not Legal in Standard
  • Legal in Modern
  • Legal in Vintage
  • Legal in Legacy

Deck discussion for Stinging Fog [Modern]

Like the deck. Here's my thoughts. Logic Knot doesn't work well with Elixir, either keep elixir or logic knot. I play turbo fog myself, and Elixir is very good when you don't want to mill yourself and you want to reuse your fogs. It also gains you life. Which is good in this deck since it seems you'll be doing quite some damage to yourself with Fevered VIsions and your mana base. Replace Angel's Grace with a fog. If you were to die on your turn and you cast Angel's Grace, you lose instantly next turn. It doesn't fog any damage. If you're running more Elixirs, run more Angelsong. You can cycle it when you have lots of fogs in hand and shuffle it back in. Also, Rest in Peace isn't the best graveyard hate since it's a non bow with elixir. Maybe run Ravenous Trap instead? Same thing with Stony Silence. Personally, I'd replace Remand with Mana Leak bc it doesn't stall the spell. Although it doesn't cycle and trigger the tutelage, that shouldn't be too hard to trigger in the first place. Lastly, RUN MORE FOGS. You only have 9. (Excluding Angel's Grace.) Run stuff like Etherial Haze, Kami of False Hope. Stuff like that. Hope this helps!

Posted 06 August 2016 at 03:41


Angel's Grace is considerably strong than a fog, and Fevered Visions doesn't hurt you—just your opponent.

Logic Knot grinds away any lands and junk you don't need when you recycle your deck with Elixir.

Posted 07 August 2016 at 15:51