The combination of Decimus + Tectonic Spikes is one of the best finishers in the game, dealing 9 immediate damage and threatening more if your opponent is still alive. It works best in an aggressive, low-curve deck lead by Starhorn, who supports both halves of the the combo and who provides the fuel to allow you to dump your hand early for damage.
- Tectonic Spikes
- Makantor Warbeast
The finishing combo, and the Magmar Jesus.
- Bloodtear Alchemist
- Primus Fist
- Young Silithar
The best cheap aggressive minions.
- Blaze Hound
Additional draw on aggressive bodies.
- Flash Reincarnation
- Greater Fortitude
Cheap spells that help you to churn through your Action Bar quicker.
- Homeostatic Rebuke
Magmar’s best AOE.
- Entropic Gaze
More pure burn for minion-light matchups.
- Blistering Skorn
Pings/AOE to deal with artifacts or swarm strategies.
- Golem Metallurgist
Various Golems with strong bodies to shore up different parts of the curve.
Classic – See decklist above.
- Plasma Storm
A straightforward build with an emphasis on buffs.
Slighhorn – See Panzer’s writeup here.
- Flameblood Warlock
- Twin Fang
An adaptable build that can function both as aggro and control.
The Spice Corner
Monster Horn – See decklist here.
A midrange build featuring some really big minions. Weak against hard removal/dispel, but if any of your big things survives a turn, Tectonic Spikes usually means lights out.
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Aggro Cass with a twist
A combo deck using Fractal Replication to take a lethal. It’s a deck to have fun, but it’s still strong.
Decispikes + Twin Fang + Suicide Slighmar
A combo deck that kills your opponent by drawing them cards.
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.
The Lizard Wizard is coming for you.
An Aggro / Midrange Variant
Deck played by Rocken in the Playoffs for Meltdown League Season 2.
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.
Played by Stoicrooster for West EU for second place in Duelyst World Cup 2019