Tag: MTGA Budget Deck

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MTGA Budget Deck // Simic Flash

Simic Flash is both a much loved and much-hated deck in Magic: The Gathering. It’s loved for the fact that you can quite literally shut down your opponent’s game plan by countering all the spells they cast, which is also why it can be infuriating to play against – hence the hated part. This budget build is missing some of the big cards, mainly Nissa, Who Shakes The World. But even with some key cards missing the core game plan

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MTGA Budget Deck // Azorius Flyers

This Azorius Flyers list can be a very strong midrange deck. The idea is to play a lot of flying creatures to simply swing over you’re opponent. Big mid-game cards like Archon of Sun’s Grace and Empyrean Eagle allow you to get the game won before your opponent can have any tangible answers. Deck aim/playstyle The aim of this deck is simple, build up a big mid-game flying creature presence and swing at your opponent’s face. You really want to

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MTGA Budget Deck // Selesnya Enchantments

This budget build of Selesnya Enchantments looks to get Setessan Champion on the board as early as possible and basically make her huge by attaching enchantments to her. Not only can she become an absolutely massive mid-game threat, but the continuous card draw she offers is incredibly good. Other cards like Destiny Spinner and Nyx Herald also offer some good mid-game presence, especially Destiny Spinner’s ability to create an X/X land where X is the number of enchantments you control,

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Magic: The Gathering
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MTGA Budget Deck // Orzhov Lifegain

This budget build of the Orzhov lifegain deck looks to use the Ajani Pridemates and Bloodthirsty Aerialists in tandem with cards like Healer Hawk and Kunoros to build a pretty substantial mid-game threat, in both the air and on the board. Boosting this build with cards like Heliod, Sun-Crown, a playset of Murderous Riders and a playset of Dawn of Hope obviously take the deck out of the ‘budget’ zone, but can really help the deck offer more of a

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