Tapioca (NB, 22/4/24)

This is my first deck posting. Wheee!

So I'm a big fan of decks that provide entertainment. We're playing the game to have fun, right? So if you make your deck fun to play or laugh at, even if you get a bad game, you generally can still be amused.

This is one of those decks. The basic idea is these giant pools of undulating, pulsating, and growing bloody puddings, swimming around and taking lands, then never letting them go.

Here is the basic recipe.

1 Brass Idol
1 Clay Idol
2 Colossus
1 Opal Idol
1 Ahuizotl
2 Behemoth
4 Bloody Pudding
1 Hyde
2 Kelpie
2 Luk-Oie
1 Poseidon
2 Sea Bonze
2 Swamp Spawn

2 Aura Blade
1 Corrosive Knife
1 Counter Amulet

1 Drain Magic
4 Fat Body
1 Find
1 Foresight
1 Gift
2 Hustle
4 Mutation
1 Prophecy
1 Refresh
1 Refuge
1 Reincarnation
1 Revival
1 Sculpture
1 Telegnosis
1 Trespass
1 Wall Transform
1 Wind of Hope

This deck moves through cards fast. Especially if you can keep Brass Idol alive. You almost always have a spell to cast, and if you don't, you have Find/Refuge. There are only one of most spells, but you'll get them when you need them. The Behemoth may be listed with the creatures, but they are items. +60/+60 to the Bloody Pudding for only 90G? Yes please! Same with Colossus. They can come out if you need them, but they both work best to pump your Pudding. The main focus of the deck is to hit them out of left field with your 80/80 or 90/90 supported Bloody Pudding, then Fat Body/Mutation it up to 100HP. Cast hustle on it if you want to override the poison. With Opal Idol in play, this makes your 0/100 Bloody Pudding very hard to deal with. If you need some offense, the Aura Blade will make him 100/100 :-)

Clay helps to quell the direct damage a bit until you can pump up your creature's HP, and refresh is there if you need it, too. (Refresh when you have 3 or 4 100HP creatures in play that your opponents have been beating on can be rude, btw).

If you play against a meany-face who doesn't love the Bloody Pudding as much as you do, thrown down a Sea Bonze or Kelpie with some Fat Body/Mutation, and they'll forget all about the Bloody Pudding for awhile.

If things get hairy, throw the Sculpture. You'll have so much spare HP to throw around, it isn't hard to make sure none of your creatures get petrified.

Luk-Oie, Swamp Spawn, Ahuizotl, and Hyde are mostly just there for their useful territory abilities, and to have lower-cost creatures to play if you get a lousy draw off the bat. Throw on some extra HP, though, and they make decent land holders in a pinch.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 08:48

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