This has been my personal favorite deck and go-to climbing deck, consistently able to get me to the very top of the ladder(1-10) during all meta for nearly these two years past I’ve been playing.
However, it is not a tournament deck as artifact can be easily tech-ed against.
Also, It is not the best deck around, never quite able to outperform the strongest 2~3 decks in every meta.
The best time to whip this out is when you are seeing a lot of aggro/burn/control lists on the ladder.
The reasons for Brome as general are:
- Immolation buffer
- Keep people in place
- Preserve artifacts
- MK-II Brome has the best smorcing animation
The basic game plan is as following: litter some 2 drops down early game. Burn and control with Lyonar’s powerful AOE mid game, while equipping artifacts whenever you can afford to(and enemy cannot remove). Burn and smorc late game, clear a path to victory with Aperions’s claim.
While Dawn Eye and Regelia are crazy together, they are good enough value alone so don’t worry not being able to have both equipped.
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Deck played by TheMightyBaloon in the playoffs of Meltdown League Season 2.
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