This deck is pretty simple to play. You try to play on curve, dig for Aethermasters, and plop down as many of your replacement effect cards (White Widow, Inquisitor Kron, Bird of Paradise) as you possibly can. Use Mirrorim to adapt your strategy to the situation, whether you feel safe enough to put down more effect cards, or just want to burn them down with Cryptographers and Bloodbound Mentors.
Your win condition is White Widow and/or Bird of Paradise, all of your replacements and a Theobule. Keep your hand as full as you can, so that when you play Theobule, it has maximum effect. Either that, or just burn them down. Special thanks to bearhammer for helping me re-imagine this deck!
A few notes:
- Flawless Reflection is used on Inquisitor Kron’s tokens to make more Inquisitor Krons.
- Take out Blazing Spines or Frostbone Naga for Luminous Charge, if you want more things to turn into other things.
- Frostbone Naga is there to control the field a bit, but feel free to take it out for something better
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