Just a burn deck, but with Sajj :)
Play boosted 5 drops value generators and out value your opponents (competes with wanderer)
A slower version of Ebon Ox that only wins post trial where Ash Mephyt deals 3X 5 damage to enemies
Want to play the Jax + Razorback combo, but don’t want to play Vanar? Abyssian can do it too. Kinda.
A combo deck using Fractal Replication to take a lethal. It’s a deck to have fun, but it’s still strong.
just kill them
The alpha human gorilla
A well balanced Maehv deck that can switch between many different play styles.
It is, however, a challenging deck to play as it contains many moving parts and produces a large number of minions.
Gore Everything As Fast As Possible With No Regards To Your Own Health
Play fenrir warmaster. Become the big chungus. Fulfill your destiny.
Make Ziran T H I C C again. A tribute to the late Ziran prodigy and golem afficionado, Powinthekissa.
Because even budget Rag is broken.
A Nemeton deck I’ve found some success with in S rank by trying to complete the trial ASAP.
Who needs subtlety in an Aggro deck?
Honestly your iq has to be at least higher than 100 to play this deck. I played this in team wars 6 one time and won a couple games.
A take on a deck that uses nocturne as an engine to make shadow creeps or wraithlings
A deck built around the Intensify mechanic and the concept of mind-control the enemy minions.
Explore the world of different mana cost minions.
Drop the A-Bomb!
Manufacture Mechaz0r then mirror for massive majesty!
Flood the board with Creep, now with abusing discounted Klaxions
Tired of getting your Razorcrag Golem killed by unworthy weaklings? Those days are over!
deal, push: decimus
You gotta know when to golem.
Makantors! Makantors everywhere!
A manlier, non-strategos take on swarm brome.
Stick some of the Huge HP pools available to Lyonar, and then translate that into scary burst damage with Divine Bond.
The Lizard Wizard is coming for you.
Burn them! Burn them all!
Minions are for chumps
deck go fast play lots of minions
The T H I C C Faie, cause she bae
The most epic of worldcore golem memes. Completely foolproof. This will catch them by surprise and make your opponent throw his mouse against the wall.
Going wide with Arcanysts, with two potential combo finishers.
A slightly different take on Songhai aggro that makes maximum use of positioning tools.
You like RNG? I like RNG
Before there was N.O.S.E., Sajj had to blast you down the old-fashioned way.
Rush Mechaz0r! What else do you need to know?
“Gracious Creator of day! To be buried alive for eighteen years!”
Golem package for early value into big threats and comfy mid-late game insurance of fault.
Just a lot of dervishes. On a budget.
Hit your opponent’s face with your face.
Your standard burn Faie list, but with a twist
The highest IQ required deck in Duelyst’s history.
A cheaper version of Strategos Brome. Swarm the field with tiny minions, buffing them with Warblade and Shiro puppydragon, all the while progressing through the Strategos trial until you can promote your minions for awesome value!
A midrange arcanyst deck that utilizes cheap spell synergies to take control of the board and build one simultaneously.
Tempo Starhorn with bigboys of the green lizard.
A combo deck that kills your opponent by drawing them cards.
This deck requires you to completely outplay your opponent. It won’t save you from direct damage. Amazingly satisfying deck to play.
High-skill tempo orientated Midrange deck using Jax Truesight + Razorback as a finisher.
A frosty hybrid of Arcanysts, Walls, Midrange, and Ramp. Lock down your opponents within a hailstone prison and overwhelm the battlefield with an arcane army.
A deck revolves the ability to resummon minions using their dying wish and Mnemovore to mill opponents’ cards
Try to Diamond. Finish!!
Rank.30 → Rank.5 / Win:50 Lose:9
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The “white weenie” of Duelyst, this deck goes under every deck in the format. Fealty lets you dump your hand with impunity, and Congregation closes out the game.
A midrange/combo deck that is even or favored versus wanderer, fault zirix, and combo ragnora.
Really fun to play deck based on reflection and a little bit of random.
A take on classic Vespyrs, with a focus on generating multiple bodies.
Damaging your own minions for fun and profits.
my first take on nemeton, travel light, put the pressure with all the tokens you can handle and drop nemeton for backbreaking terror.
A surprisingly underrated card. I had initially dismissed the card as to risky, and you do need to design your deck around it a bit to make it worthwhile, but the buff this card provides is truly massive and often game wining.
A Vaath deck filled with removal to stop minions from getting between you and your opponent’s face.
A variant of Winter’s Wake that attempts to make the combo more consistent using Q’orrhlma’A.
A Cassyva deck that looks to generate value through discounted effects. Deck by NH3Maser.
A take on Tempo Lyonar that has a heavy focus on artifacts.
A midrange deck focused on staying alive long enough to craft a game-winning hand using Stygian Observer and Furor Chakram.
“Sometimes the cannoneer must become the cannonball”
A low-to-the ground Vetruvian swarm build, relatively budget yet very competitive.
Get into the fray and activate and go robo on their ass.
A simple Tempo Argeon with Holy Immolation added to allow for strong tempo plays in order to beat down efficiently and quickly
It’s like Egg Ragnora, if Egg Ragnora decided it didn’t want to be a fair board-based deck any more and preferred killing people on 6 mana.
Yet another eggs deck.
// eggs. Not that deep.
a deck revolving around the snowshot (locke + luminous) as a setting for wincon and got more than enough tools to control your way over there, if you enjoy challenging decks steep learning curves and fun gameplay – this is the one .
A budget version of classic Eggmar with a more aggressive playstyle.
Please god let me draw my one copy of Obliterate.
Omae wa mou shindeiru
> Ghost Seraphim > Flawless Reflection > Aspect of the Wyrm
They sometimes become ferocious.
DIE AND RELIQ
Build Up Starhorn
Play Creatures with drawbacks that are easily dispelled away and reap the benefits while avoid the costs.
A fun combo
Vespyrian machine-gunning, board flood and massive buffs.
An aggressive, snowbally build of Lyonar Swarm.
Lots of positioning tools to enable cheesy Furor Chakram plays. Gibbet & Syvrel the Exile absurd mini-game, and burst damage finishers.
This is a fun deck.
Decispikes + Twin Fang + Suicide Slighmar
A deck built around the Vetruvian Reliq artifact and it’s synergy with portal guardian.
Midrange Kaleos deck that can reach those pesky eggs wherever they are!
A midrange vaath deck focused on staying on the enemy’s face dealing big damage with drogon while controlling the board by clearing their minions and summoning your own. Featuring kraigon for meme purposes. ;)
I’m going to preface this by saying that this is not an easy deck to play. So, if you are a magmar main, you might as well just click on another deck. That said, if you want an unconventional, but strong deck then this is the deck for you.
Aggro Faie is a classic, get into melee range early and use your cheap removal and burn to attack their HP and get in their face as warbirds rain down.
The best Defence is a good Offence/Defence Combination that let’s you heal up and get benefits as you do. What a concept.
A competitive Arcanyst Lilithe deck. Ramp out your Arcanysts, and let their tribal synergies take over. Includes spell recursion and late-game bombs.
Snowball a board with key arcanysts and plenty of spell synergy.
Play Minions. Buff Minions. Hope you don’t die. Hope they do.
This deck focuses around replacements shenanigans. Every time you replace, something fun happens!
an advanced hybrid deck, revolving around pressuring and tricking your opponent into a nuke using some of the conventional and the less conventional tools vanar got to offer.
(piloted this deck to s rank this season)
Mantra all their health away.
Slam a bunch or wraithlings onto the board, then buff them up and benefit from their death.
Control space and hit face
Use Movement tools and minions abilities to outmaneuver your opponent and get off advantageous damage onto their general and board.
Solo Vaath list piloted by DracoMoriarty in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Get big and then hit them.
Become the Ice queen! Plays best with Ilena’s MKII skin.
Tempo is the name of the game sporting cards that clear the field while developing the board and maintaining your hand at the same time, mixed with faies inevitable BBs wincon.
Once a monster of a deck, Vanar Arcanysts is now a fine option as a value deck, with a few neat tricks. Most of the minion shell for it available as neutral rares it makes a good budget option also.
Swarm ragnora feat. mechs
Titan list piloted by ImprobableBlob in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Eggmar list piloted by Grandmaster Zabiool in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Divine Bond list piloted by TheMightyBaloon in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Wanderer Ragnora list piloted by Starkly in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Fault list piloted by Spammernoob in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Wanderer Ragnora list piloted by SonofMakuta in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Wanderer Ragnora list piloted by Ryvirath in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Burnhorn list piloted by JosephStalin69 in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Titan list piloted by PonchoMango in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Eggmar list piloted by Niklaren in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Wanderer Ragnora list piloted by Grandmaster Meziljie in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Titan list piloted by Galeru in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
The decklist piloted by 4LW in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Wanderer Ragnora list piloted by Grandmaster Briguy77 in the playoffs of the Meltdown League
Wanderer Lilithe list piloted by FrostArrow in the playoffs of the Meltdown League.
Just punch them.
Grimes + cascading rebirth = 👌
Overdrive your way to S-Rank!
scarzig is god
GAMBLER IS GOD
A midrange Dying wish deck featuring both ramp options and Dagona.
Also known as Vath in a Hat. What we have here is a Vaath deck that has traded Crypto/Drogon for Deci/Spikes and Vaath for Starhorn. So Starhorn is just sort of playing as a cowardly Vaath deck, because Vaath is to afraid of Kha to show his face.
A very fast, fun, satisfying and extremely difficult deck to play
Wao I put mechs in a list that is carried by 2 cards and make new deck many smart
Much genius decispikes skill
Ever wish you had all those expensive cards from other factions, but don’t want to eat up your collection? This deck aims to play your opponent’s deck against them, using superior Abyssian removal, healing, and one of the strongest late-games possible.
Vespyers and Walls mix together very nicely when supported by Kara. Add tons of ramp, and you have a very scary versatile deck that, unlike dedicated walls, wont just fold to an EMP.
Remove almost all of your cards with Q’ so you can reliably play Decimus + Spikes turn after turn.
This deck tries to set up a board while controlling its opponent’s board at the same time with value trades and removal till its board explodes with an Onyx Jaguar play. With the right hand lethal can appear almost out of nowhere.
One of the better anti-zir’an and anti-titan lists from the previous meta, this list aims to explore a different approach to the midrange style of songhai.
A Magmar swarm deck that can easily turn aggro or survive into the late-game.
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A hybrid between Oak in the Nemeton Trial and classic tempo Faie that seeks to win quickly with Nemeton when ahead but can also burn opponents down when behind on board.
Ox is a surprisingly effective deck. The secret? Do not run any spells at all, and figure out all the weird quirks.
A Vetruvian Golem deck with a fun twist. Blast away at your enemies with the full force of a planet and watch the universe shatter to pieces. Awesomeness awaits!
After months of mapping Vanar I came up with the deck I wanted. I cracked the Nemeton and created this monster. The deck revolves around stalling, creating baits, trapping and winning by wake/trail. I made it into the top 50 with this deck but it is not easy pilot.
My take on Training Wheels Vetruvian (Fault/Rae); rather than all-inning on Fault this Deck gives you more Midrange options and powerful swing turns using Grapnel.
Deal maximum damage to your opponent by taking a beating yourself. A deck that excels more the better you are at quick maths.
Wanderer Kara looks to get off the luminous charge and BBS combo to do 15 damage to your opponents face if they can’t answer it or stall with walls ramp and endless hunts to weather your opponent’s removal and minions.
A long-time ladder favorite featuring the burst of aggro with unparalleled AOE, card draw, and heal sustain strong enough to make most control decks jealous.
An Obelysk Deck that doesn’t utilize training wheels game play i.e. Fault + Rae, and will encourage players to discover correct positioning and value trading. The deck lacks card draw and healing but has many Tech choices.
A very fun deck that downright bullies unsuspecting players
A grow deck that uses Moloki Huntress and Oropsisaur to create a powerful board in tandem with Verdant Fulmination and Godhammer and relies heavily on growing rippers to win.
A defensive Titan variant that gives up some of the reactionary abilities of traditional Titan decks for the overwhelming swing plays that cards like Mechaz0r and S.I.L.V.E.R can give in addition to having Titan as a top end.
Flood the board with dervishes, cast Scion’s three wishes, use Khanuum-Ka to clear the board. Then play Pantheran + Reliquarian to revive a flock of Ka’s, and its GG for you.
The demons of Undervault are plotting a way to conquer Mythron, and only YOU can help them! Build the Gate, unleash the Demons and become the absolute ruler of Mythron
A dying wish deck that also features the Unbirth Tiger combo.
a crafty take on my wall deck – this one revolves more around embla as a killing power and the ability to find an opening and set your opponent into a trap using more then enough tools.
Slam Golems. Beef ’em up. Rock & Roll.
Build a board, preserving your minions and tear down theirs with a big Furor Chakram turn.
This deck should serve as a good teaching tool for the Songhai playstyle of contesting board early, before ceding it in order to finish of the opponent with some direct damage or buff spells.
One of the better Abyssian lists in the Wanderer Meta of patch 1.96.12. It is fast, explosive and can close games very quick. A variation of seedy’s and tm87’s swarm lilith.
A take on the classic tempo Argeon. It was hailed as one of the oppressors of the game at one point wreaking havoc on ladder and tournaments. Patch 1.96.12
This is a variation of golem vet that aims to keep the board full and swarm out your opponent to win.
A combo based swarm Lyonar deck that attempts to establish a high-health board of low cost minions and then finish the game by buffing them with a Liturgy.
A midrange tempo/value deck that presents giant threats and heavily punishes the opponent for not being able to remove those threats.
A “Slowfurnace” variant that can go well over the top of most decks while also providing a lot of burst damage.
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A very control-oriented deck featuring Kraigon, Red Synja, and Keeper of the Vale.