BD: Farming it Up!

by NorthernWarlord on 21 October 2021

Main Deck (60 cards)

Sideboard (15 cards)

Creatures (3)


Sorceries (4)

Instants (8)

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Deck Description

Did I hear the clatter of coins?

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How to Play

Trove of Temptation. Now that's a card I (and my friend who insisted I make this deck, you know I'm talking about you) can get behind of! So create a treasure or two, hunker down, and prepare for a proper durdlefest!

The main strategy here is to constantly create treasures using Trove of Temptation and slowing down your opponents with a constant army of defensive creatures. Works especially well in multiplayer casual games!

Once you have enough treasures on board, try to bring down your foes by casting massive Comet Storms and Clan Defiances, or perhaps even Mindswipes. Sideboard offers alternative strategies if you find yourself stuck against some opponents!


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Pros:
+ A ton of defenders can keep you safe for an admirable amount of time.
+ Can get really silly in long-lasting multiplayer casual games!
+ Hey, (almost) free treasure tokens!

Cons:
- Might suffer against players who like to combo off out of nowhere.
- Might have a hard time against the most aggressive decks.
- Winning might require time and patience.

Deck Tags

  • Temur
  • Defender
  • Control
  • Casual
  • Treasure
  • Budget
  • Cheap

Deck at a Glance

Social Stats

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Mana Symbol Occurrence

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Card Legality

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

Deck discussion for BD: Farming it Up!

When the harvest is bountiful! +15 social credit

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Posted 22 October 2021 at 07:17

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Uh, thanks?

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Posted 22 October 2021 at 12:20

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Personally I dont like combo decks so -10 social credit, also wouldn't Boon Satyr we REALLY good witht the spider. Bigger deathtauch.
-Sorry for english, I'm living in germany

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Posted 22 October 2021 at 09:16

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I'm not sure if splashing white is possible, but Powerstone Minefield seems like good casual fun with Trove of Temptation.

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Posted 22 October 2021 at 15:20

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Too overpowered combo peace.

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Posted 22 October 2021 at 17:15

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I feel like this could use something more against flying besides Deadly Recluse. Sporeweb Weaver could work great with Trove of Temptation.

Maybe something like 2x Smoldering Egg, since it's ~ $2 a piece. A 0/4 for 2 that turns into a (flying) threat after a few instants/sorceries. Works great with X spells too.

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Posted yesterday at 05:54

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Yea, I thought about the flyer issue earlier on as well. I don't think it is a too big of a problem though: Comet Storm and Clan Defiance can easily hit flying creatures if you decide to pop one a bit earlier than expected.

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Posted yesterday at 09:06

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XD

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Posted yesterday at 19:45

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