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Control the board early on, then start farting on your opponent with your Dervishes. However, much like trumping in public this deck can feel awkward in the early game and doesn’t mature until mid to late game. There is definitely room for refinement with this deck but consider this a baseline and you can adapt it to your preferences.
Your hope is to manage to drop a Abjudicator when you have a Star’s Fury and/or Accumulonimbus in hand. Likewise you’re also trying to find a Fireblaze Obelysk as it’s your essential combo piece. Much of your early game will be eliminating threats as your opponent drops them, hopefully being able to keep the board clear. If you can pop an Accumulonimbus as early in the game as possible, your next one combined with a Fireblaze Obelysk will be a potential 12 damage and your best way to close out games. On the other hand, Star’s Fury is another option to close out a game depending on the board state at the time.
Repulsor Beast inclusion in the deck is solely to make Lost In The Desert work. Because you do not have any substantive minions throughout most of the game, Repulsor Beast is the only way you will likely ever manage to satisfying Lost In The Desert‘s condition.
Mind Control is a fantastic option if your opponent is behind and drops a substantial threat. Be mindful of trying to set this card’s usage late game. Opponent’s tend to drop a fat threat in your face after you’ve used one of your hard removal options, typically betting that you don’t have a second in hand.
Equality Constraint and Psychic Conduit are there to effectively deal with early game threats. Be sure to concentrate on your ordering with Psychic Conduit if you’re attempted to clear a minon/board
The deck glaringly does not have Grapnel Paradigm which is practically a primal sin when it comes to Ciphyron decks. It is a toss up between itself and Aymara Healer for what you will get more mileage out of.
Superior Mirage is another marginal spell but it’s inclusion can be justified depending if the Magmar’s on ladder are getting out of hand.
Divine Spark is criminally bad at 3 mana in light of other draw options that exist in the game. You could possibly justify replacing it with Spelljammer or Alcuin Loremaster but the deck already has 4 minions and probably has 3 too many already to be considered a Wizard Deck.
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Just a lot of dervishes. On a budget.
A deck focused on low-costing cards to dominate the field quickly.
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.
Just a burn deck, but with Sajj :)
No Whisper of the Sands anymore.
Budget Zirix 1k spirit by Ryvirath
An introduction to Aggro Sajj. Uses no cards above rare.
Budget Zirix 2k spirit by Ryvirath
“The higher your structure is to be, the deeper must be its foundation.”