Falls back on the Wild Tahr + Primus Shieldmaster core of the 1k version, enabling you to set up boards and then punish them for not attacking. Only difference is you have more comeback mechanisms now that you have Flamewreath + Juxtaposition. Blue Conjurer mitigates draw issues somewhat.
Juxtaposition is a very powerful card. It not only enables another movement with Flamewreath for 0 mana, it allows to bring far minions close enough for lethal or it serves as soft removal. Move one of your units away, maybe even use your Bloodboundspell to move it even further away and trade position with a big enemy minion standing in your way which is suddenly on the other side of the board. Juxtaposition is a very versatile card.
From the budget decks list “42 budget decks made by very experienced and consistent s-rank players v.1.96”.
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Another Midrange Kaleos
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.
My variant of a deck originally created by EurasianJay.
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Kaleos 1k spirit by Reeeeeeeeeeeeee69
Sibon won 4th place with this deck in the playoffs of Meltdown League Season 2.
A slightly different take on Songhai aggro that makes maximum use of positioning tools.
Sticks Budget Aggro Faie 840 spirit
Creation of the Tower of Babel (3500-2400 B.C. colorized)
Played by Muramasa for West EU for second place in the Duelyst World Cup 2019