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Yes, an another budget deck. It has been a long time since the last one.It happens to be a GEOMANCER deck once again, which happens to be perhaps one of my favorite deck "styles" of a monored deck. Too bad it doesn't have too much support. Thus, this deck is perhaps on the weaker end, but a flavorful one, nonetheless.I mostly use MTG Vault for my own private projects nowadays, but feel free to comment or request a deck of your choice. I've loved the Vault so far, and I like that they are still improving on it, as well as I am improving on my English language skills.So, if you like what you see, consider checking out some of my other budget-y work from the link below.https://www.mtgvault.com/northernwarlord/budget/
Welp, this deck runs mostly like any other burn deck. Hold back your opponent until you can bring them down by casting repeated damage-spells.This deck's cards happen to be on the "flavorful end" of the spectrum, so they might not function that well in every situation. Still, [Lavastep Raider] is a cost-efficient little dude who can hold back enemies, usually long enough for the "cavalry" to arrive, while [Thermo-Alchemist] constantly slings damage at opponents. Use these cards to secure your early game, while slaying the most annoying targets using [Magma Jet] and [Seismic Strike].As soon as the game gets rolling, [Spire Barrage] and [Jaws of Stone] can both become deadly tools of war. If you feel like they just haven't got the kick, wait 'till you get a [Doublecast], [Double Vision] or a [Sulfuric Vortex] to whittle down opponents first!The sideboard offers a couple of alternative strategies for the deck to use. [Spawn of Thraxes] runs for the ultimate end game, while [Rukh Egg] doesn't mind getting hit by an [Earthquake]. If opposing Artifacts cause trouble, consider adding an [Into the Core] or two to the deck.
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