Beyond Dominia: Casual and Beginner's Advice Mill: WW

By Martin on Monday, April 15, 2002 - 03:57 pm:

This is my newer WW deck. Still no Tax/Rack.

4x Savannah Lions
4x White Knight
4x Soltari Priest
4x Soltari Monk
4x Mother of Runes
2x Mageta, the Lion
4x Disenchant
4x Swords to Plowshares
4x Glorious Anthem
2x Crusade
4x Armageddon
20 Plains

4x Karma, 4x Conversion, 4x COP: Green, 2x Orim's Chant, 1x Aegis of Honour.

I play this deck in multiplayer alot, and sometimes one on one. It's about 50/50.

You'll also notice that Mageta, Armageddon, Crusade,Karma, and Conversion are all nasty in multiplayer.

By Rebel428 (Rebel428) on Monday, April 15, 2002 - 07:51 pm:

It's looking better than previous versions. You now have a better creature mix, and more utility. However, I still strongly suggest against too much uni-pump. You also want a little bit of deck thinning. I suggest:

-2 Crusade
-2 Plains
+4 Tithe

In multiplayer, Tithe can often easily get you two Plains. It also thins your deck, and lets you recover from Armageddon better. Crusade can often pump opponent's creatures anyway, something you don't want.

Serra Angel is also a powerful multiplayer card, as she can attack and block on the same turn to help when multiple people team up against you.

Cataclysm can be VERY annoying in multiplayer, but Armageddon is fine if you like it better.

By Martin on Tuesday, April 16, 2002 - 02:19 pm:

I asked around, and I cn't find any Tithe.

Is there something else I can use?

By o_0 on Tuesday, April 16, 2002 - 06:06 pm:

Land tax is usually woth it, even without the scroll rack=>deck thinning+ 3land/turn =good

By Martin on Thursday, April 18, 2002 - 11:35 pm:

I've made only a few changes.

-2 Crusade
-2 Mageta, the Lion (great card, just haven't been able to use it's ability enough)

+4 Serra Angel , this is a sweet card!!! Gives me that finishing touch if I haven't won yet.

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