Built by Rocksaint.
This deck has a lot of different spells to copy them with Loreweaver and the Alcuin brothers.
If you don’t get an Owlbeast to stick it can be difficult though to close the game.
It is also a control deck which loses to more value orientated control decks like Variax, Xor’Xuul, Strategos if you can’t finish them early on with an Owlbeast + Bond.
I had a lot of fun playing this deck because you have so many spells for so many different situations, so in most cases you find the right one and you have a pretty full hand thanks to all the draw options.
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Kill them with huge Spellsharks!
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.
A competitive Arcanyst Lilithe deck. Ramp out your Arcanysts, and let their tribal synergies take over. Includes spell recursion and late-game bombs.
A “Slowfurnace” variant that can go well over the top of most decks while also providing a lot of burst damage.
Played by Stoicrooster for West EU for the second place in Duelyst World Cup 2019
A mashup of the neutral tribes to surprisingly strong effect. Uses no cards above rare.
Deck played by AlphaCentury in the playoffs of Meltdown League Season 2.
Sticks Budget Arcanyst Kara 2,4k spirit
Deck played by Niklaren in the playoffs of Meltdown league season 2.