Hold your head high and keep smashing face. Someone who's here to turn creatures sideways. Digging deeper, we start with 24 lands. It helps to have a rough idea of what the different Magic: The Gathering mana colours mean, of course. We do want to be dealing a lot of damage (and a 5/5 hits hard), but we want to do it quickly—and hopefully spend less mana to cast our threats than our opponent does to answer them (and vice versa). Mardu Vehicles runs Unlicensed Disintegration, which not only destroys a creature, but also goes to the face for 3 if you control an artifact. Someone intense. But don't let that fool you. You've weighed a bunch of decisions and made the correct ones (hopefully!). Maria is one half of the podcast Magic the Amateuring. on February 2, 2017. I've always believed that to truly understand something, you've got to understand its history. The PTQ tournament organizer famously wrote on an internet message board the week after the event, "I still do not understand how this deck got as far as it did, but it did. Aggro decks generally have a low mana curve. Keep in mind the balance between creatures and spells; you don't want to have too few (or too many) of either. Posted in How to Build And most players seem to take it that way, building the top decks of the meta to play in all modes in order to have that extra edge over their opponents. It's about a lot more than just throwing a bunch of one- and two-drops into your deck and calling it a day. Some people will add in a thundermaw for giggles, but you don't really need it. Blue can often be found helping out aggro strategies through the use of tempo. Gruul is a very easy to navigate and fast-paced deck. Before you play your first real game with the deck, remember: you should be really proud of yourself. A deck that is near and dear to my heart (it helped me to my first Grand Prix Day Two) was a red-white aggro deck with a few interesting examples of reach. See those copies of Needle Spires in the sideboard? Thankfully, we have history to look back upon as we make these critical final decisions. In fact, red is so good at aggro it doesn't even need to be paired with another color. The second most popular color option for aggressive decks is white, which also can be played alone. Aggro Fix your manabase! Black-red is a popular aggro color combination, and was back-breaking in Return to Ravnica Draft thanks to the aggro player's dream mechanic: unleash. That's why I play aggro decks. Traditionally, green helps out by providing creatures with solid power/toughness stats and +1/+1 counters. But back then, the top decks of the day hadn't considered this logic. Sounds pretty aggro to me! Sligh's plan was to play a bunch of cheap, aggressive creatures and back them up with burn spells that could either kill potential blockers or go directly to the opponent's face. Enjoy! Slick mana curve makes turn 4-5 wins possible. If you've played even the smallest amount of Modern, you've come across a mono-blue deck that's 100% aggro: Merfolk. Updated version of the ultra-budget Red Aggro standard deck. I want to draw your attention to the lands. . Tiny, cheap creatures attacking for lots of damage thanks to cards like Lord of Atlantis? When you're looking at that list, take a moment. You run up against complex decisions like which order to play your spells, when to kill an opponent's creature or let it die in combat, when to run into a counterspell, and when to use your direct damage to attack a life total. Tempo, mana efficiency, and cost-effective threats are how aggressive decks win the game. Now that we've picked out our creatures and spells and thought long and hard about our game plan, it's time to refine. Someone who's here to kill you in five turns. You've built your deck. Playing aggro well is simply a different skill set. On the battlefield, I get to be someone different. That's why I'm an aggro player. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. So, here's my patented (they're not patented) Five Steps to Building an Aggro Deck. Best way to see this visually is line up all your cards vertically in stacks and see where the top of the curve is and the bottom. Is. It’s a top tier deck in most formats, and often one of the fastest. Black gives access to small creatures such as Zombies, but more importantly, it gives you a ton of removal. The Mana Curve – Magic: The Gathering for Casual Players. Red is the color most traditionally associated with aggressive strategies in Magic; it has small powerful creatures and access to direct damage. One version, specifically the 'Sligh' sub-archetype of aggro-decks (i.e. Sligh's list had four copies of Strip Mine, which, while it doesn't interact with an opponent's life total or creatures, does disrupt them in another way—by destroying their lands. "the pinnacle of curving out", virtually always mono-red): I'd presume about 20-22 lands, depending on your tastes and needs. The best way to do that? It may look deceptively easy because these decks win quickly, but don't let that fool you. Black is interesting because it can be both an aggressive color or a controlling one. The list I played at states was RDW. Commander Legends releases on November 20, 2020. Midrange decks usually have efficient creatures and spells, but not they are not as fast as aggro decks. (This is also the most fun part, in my opinion.) Average mana unspent on turn 1: 0.21, tapped out 78.90% Average mana unspent on turn 2: 0.18, tapped out 83.93% Average mana unspent on turn 3: 0.29, tapped out 75.97% Average mana unspent on turn 4: 0.49, tapped out 67.27% Average mana unspent on turn 5: 0.90, tapped out 54.98% (The mana curve refers to the balance of cards in your deck and how much they cost to cast. Be ruthless about what you keep in and what you cut. Mono Red Aggro has always been a deck to respect. One of the superpowers of aggressive decks is that they're so gosh-darn consistent. Read more here!). Mardu Vehicles has thirteen one-mana creatures, eight two-mana creatures, and four three-mana creatures—which is where the creature curve stops. You had reach by being able to activate your creature land and keep on attacking. It. Even an aggro player's worst nightmare can sometimes be their best friend. That's synergy! 20 lands is normally for I would say a 3ish Mana curve average. How to choose your deck mana colours. Finaliza el 30 November, 2020. You always want to make sure you have a hand with a decent variety of different lands and 1-, 2-, and 3-mana creature drops so that you can keep pushing out action every single turn. Mono-red (also known as "Red Deck Wins") is an archetype we regularly see pop up across all formats. It is normal to use spells with converted mana cost less than or equal to four in an aggro deck to avoid Wrath of God, since most aggro decks use creatures. The mana curve is essentially a curve you get when you make a graph of how many cards of a certain mana cost there are in a deck. It had: The math for it works out so that, if I mulligan any hand that doesn't have 2-4 lands: You can do you own math on expected numbers of lands for each of those turns. Finaliza el 30 November, 2020. Before we decide what cards to put in our deck, we need to decide on our colors. Not. As new sets were released, the relative power of the aggro deck increased. It doesn’t matter whether it’s Modern, Legacy, Standard, or Pioneer—there is always a Mono-Red deck. Our priority is not our life total; it's eliminating that of our opponents. There are 3 main types of deck classifications: Aggro, Midrange, and Control. Aggro decks were generally unable to deal with the far more powerful Control decks. Archive Learning from your mistakes will make you a better brewer in the end. The math worked out, I guess!". It sure does! After you've decided on your colors, the next thing to think about is which creatures to include. (More about this powerful lil' snek later. Early aggro decks were rather slow and usually included both small and large creatures. Build an aggro deck with nothing but one and two-drops and you will quickly run out of cards in hand. It's time for two important aggro buzz terms: mana efficiency and tempo advantage. 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