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Story Circles for Episode 399

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This week’s Story Circles are interesting things. We began with the intention of creating two decks with complementary themes…sort of. We ended up making two decks that highlight how the different colors work with similar themes – in this case, that of token creation. The Omnath deck has plenty of Landfall and Elemental synergy alongside a handful of ways to sacrifice our Elementals to go with the commander’s bolting ability. This episode just went up and I’ve already heard multiple people claim that they’re going to build a version of this deck!

Endrek Sahr, on the other hand, creates a constant stream of smaller Thrull tokens. To manage his thrull amount limitation, we have plenty of sacrifice outlets along with plenty of ways to create new ones when we’ve depleted them. This deck, while possibly less overtly powerful than Omnath, has plenty of small synergies that are intriguing.

Also, discerning listeners will notice that the lifegain in both decks came from the same person. The Story Circles not only create decks, it gives a fascinating insight into how each person builds decks. Pretty cool huh?

Commander: Omnath, Locus of Rage

Incandescent Soulstoke – Mike
Ageless Entity – Dirk
Young Pyromancer – Chewie

Hunting Wilds
Cosi’s Ravager
Primeval Bounty

Grove Rumbler
Lotus Cobra
Zendikar’s Roil

Lightning Coils
Rampaging Baloths
Rite of the Raging Storm

Skullmulcher
Tunneling Geopede
Nissa, Worldwaker

Twinflame
Animist’s Awakening
Titania, Protector of Argoth

Walker of the Grove
Boundless Realms
Tempt with Vengeance

 


Commander: Endrek Sahr, Master Breeder

Delraich – Mike
Anowon, the Ruin Sage – Dirk
Dread Return – Chewie

Demon of Death’s Gate
Archdemon of Unx
Hecatomb

Foul Familiar
Plunge Into Darkness
Reprocess

Oath of Lim-Dul
Grave Pact
Champion of Stray Souls

Desecration Elemental
Nantuko Husk
Falkenrath Noble

Hangarback Walker
Sangromancer
Ob Nixilis, Unshackled

Orc Sureshot
Sanguine Bond
Xathrid Demon

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