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13 budget decks to try out in Ikoria
I’m SengirBartender, I like brewing decks and I’ve put together a bunch of budget ones to try out on Ikoria release. I did this for Eldraine and some of you guys appreciated it, so here I am again with a bunch of new decks (here’s the link for those of you who want to check that out).
This “guide” is aimed at players who want to experience Ikoria’s cards and themes without wasting valuable rare and mythic wildcards, possibly because they want to draft a lot! If you have a bunch of common\uncommon wildcards and want to mess around with the new stuff then you’re in the right place. The decks are obviously untested and unrefined, but maybe there're a few good ideas here and there.
My two rules for building the decks are 1) no mythics, and 2) very little rares from Ikoria, because those might not be the best investment in the long term (either because they end up seeing no play, or because you plan to raredraft the set). I also made the decks with optimized mana bases, which often means several rare lands: I figured most players would have those since they are so important, but you can replace those with Fabled Passage or gainlands or basics if need be. If you want to further "budgetize" a deck just ask! The other rares I used are standard staples like Shatter the Sky or Priest of the Forgotten Gods, and for the most part I tried to avoid janky or situational ones which nobody should craft.
For each deck there’s a brief explanation of the synergies and/or my deckbuilding process, but if you have more questions feel free to ask! Enjoy :)
#1 Mozilla RDW
Is an 8th card in hand worth playing subpar creatures in monored? Let’s find out! [[Zirda, the Dawnwaker]] (aka Mozilla Firefox) works with Steam-Kin, makes firebreathing creatures very threatening, removes blockers if need be, and lets you play Experimental Frenzy (and Embercleave, but that’s a mythic!). 14 rares total, could be less if you replace frenzy or phoenix with even more burn. Castle Embereth can go as well.
Deck 2 Omen of the Forge (THB) 145 4 Light Up the Stage (RNA) 107 4 Tin Street Dodger (RNA) 120 4 Skewer the Critics (RNA) 115 3 Castle Embereth (ELD) 239 3 Phoenix of Ash (THB) 148 4 Goblin Banneret (GRN) 102 18 Mountain (THB) 284 2 Slaying Fire (ELD) 143 4 Ember Hauler (M20) 137 3 Experimental Frenzy (GRN) 99 1 Tibalt, Rakish Instigator (WAR) 146 4 Shock (M20) 160 4 Runaway Steam-Kin (GRN) 115 Sideboard 1 Zirda, the Dawnwaker (IKO) 233#2 Boros Cycling Party
This is another Zirda deck, but in my defence it’s substantially different than the former. Zirda isn’t even that synergistic, it’s just a free three drop that sits in the companion zone since all your creatures have an activated ability anyways (cycling). The deck has 31 cards that cycle and 4 [[Zenith Flare]]s for big chunks of damage, which is the main (and only) win condition. Your early game creatures can force some damage and stall while you dig for some big flares, and most other cycling cards can be situationally useful. [[Hearthwarming Redemption]] is the other nonland card without cycling and it does a good job digging for flare. In Historic the deck gains 8 cycling lands if you want more power, plus the deck has only 9 rares (8 of which are dual lands) so it’s super cheap to put together.
Deck 1 Footfall Crater (IKO) 118 4 Valiant Rescuer (IKO) 36 4 Flourishing Fox (IKO) 13 4 Splendor Mare (IKO) 32 4 Drannith Stinger (IKO) 113 4 Drannith Healer (IKO) 10 1 Shredded Sails (IKO) 136 4 Go for Blood (IKO) 122 8 Plains (THB) 278 4 Temple of Triumph (M20) 257 4 Zenith Flare (IKO) 217 4 Sacred Foundry (GRN) 254 6 Mountain (THB) 284 2 Lava Serpent (IKO) 124 3 Heartwarming Redemption (WAR) 199 3 Imposing Vantasaur (IKO) 17 Sideboard 1 Zirda, the Dawnwaker (IKO) 233#3 Yorion’s big deck
80 cards deck, you heard it right. Heresy!
Yorion looks absurd when combined with sagas, planeswalkers, Omen of the Sea and friends. To fulfill the companion requirement the deck plays 80 cards, but has enough digging power to get to the key pieces, plus the free 8th card is well worth the consistency loss. Originally the deck had black in it, mostly for Oath of Kaya, but was already heavy on the rares so I cut it down to just two colors. At 26 rares this is by far the most expensive deck of the bunch, but all of them are Azorius control staples which was an established archetype last season.
Deck 4 Golden Egg (ELD) 220 4 Omen of the Sea (THB) 58 4 Teferi, Time Raveler (WAR) 221 4 Elspeth Conquers Death (THB) 13 2 Banishing Light (THB) 4 2 Dance of the Manse (ELD) 186 4 Shatter the Sky (THB) 37 4 Sleeper Dart (IKO) 240 4 The Birth of Meletis (THB) 5 4 Hallowed Fountain (RNA) 251 4 Sinister Sabotage (GRN) 54 4 Narset, Parter of Veils (WAR) 61 4 Temple of Enlightenment (THB) 246 2 Dream Trawler (THB) 214 1 Kasmina, Enigmatic Mentor (WAR) 56 4 Tranquil Cove (IKO) 257 11 Plains (THB) 278 10 Island (THB) 280 3 Dovin's Veto (WAR) 193 1 Time Wipe (WAR) 223 Sideboard 1 Yorion, Sky Nomad (IKO) 232#4 Simic Season of Mutation
A simic ramp\value deck without Uro, Nissa and friends? Another heresy!
I know that a dedicated mutate deck doesn’t look like a thing for constructed, but that didn’t stop me from trying. The deck aims to ramp and stack creatures on top of each other, to get multiple mutate triggers per turn. This hopefully gets you a big board with Auspicious Starrix or Trumpeting Gnarr, while ramping and drawing cards. A few highlights: Arboreal Grazer lets you mutate and activate Parcelbeast on turn two, which sounds very powerful. Season of Growth mitigates the drawback of mutate, Unsummon can save your stack of creatures, drawing more cards with Season, or be used defensively.
Deck 4 Auspicious Starrix (IKO) 144 4 Migratory Greathorn (IKO) 165 4 Parcelbeast (IKO) 199 10 Forest (THB) 286 4 Arboreal Grazer (WAR) 149 4 Breeding Pool (RNA) 246 4 Paradise Druid (WAR) 171 1 Pouncing Shoreshark (IKO) 64 4 Season of Growth (M20) 191 4 Unsummon (M20) 78 3 Trumpeting Gnarr (IKO) 213 7 Island (THB) 280 1 Dreamtail Heron (IKO) 47 2 Gilded Goose (ELD) 160 4 Temple of Mystery (M20) 255#5 Glitterbrutes (with Lurrus)
This is an aggressive deck filled with enchantments and artifacts, to make good use of [[All That Glitters]]. I actually played this deck a lot last season, and this is the updated version to include Lurrus as the companion of choice. The original deck had Emry and Mystic Forge to keep drawing gas, and Lurrus fulfills a similar role while also being able to recast All That Glitters and Staggering Insight from the graveyard. Cutting the expensive cards frees some space to play more interaction like Karametra’s Blessing and a few additional threats.
Deck 4 Fabled Passage (ELD) 244 4 Island (THB) 280 4 Ancestral Blade (M20) 3 11 Plains (THB) 278 4 Alseid of Life's Bounty (THB) 1 3 Sentinel's Eyes (THB) 36 4 Stonecoil Serpent (ELD) 235 2 Shadowspear (THB) 236 3 Karametra's Blessing (THB) 26 1 Transcendent Envoy (THB) 40 4 Gingerbrute (ELD) 219 4 Hallowed Fountain (RNA) 251 4 All That Glitters (ELD) 2 4 Staggering Insight (THB) 228 4 Glass Casket (ELD) 15 Sideboard 1 Lurrus of the Dream-Den (IKO) 226#6 Kaheera Midrange\Reanimator
Did I say that I like Companions? Well I do, and I tried to squeeze them into a lot of my theorycraft decks to try them out. This is one such example, since the deck originally had creatures with all kinds of creature types, but as I realized that the core pieces were dinosaurs\beasts I went for it. Kaheera is mostly just a free critter that happens to make your other creatures bigger, plus vigilance is very relevant in aggro matchups.
The deck aims to play huge creatures, both cheap ones with drawbacks (Lovestruck Beast, Rotting Regisaur) and expensive ones with some reanimation help (Titanoth Rex, Void Beckoner). Regisaur and Titanoth do double duty, since the former also acts as discard outlet, while the latter can give some much needed trample to Regisaur and friends while conveniently ending up in the graveyard. Both reanimator spells ([[Bond of Revival]] and [[Back for More]]) dodge sorcery speed removal, which is a big plus.
It’s one of my favorite decks since it has gone through a lot of changes. The end result is probably a mess, but the ideas behind it have some potential imo. A non-budget version would also gain a lot more tools like Questing Beasts, so if you have them they are a great addition.
Deck 4 Rotting Regisaur (M20) 111 4 Titanoth Rex (IKO) 174 4 Temple of Malady (M20) 254 3 Shifting Ceratops (M20) 194 4 Arboreal Grazer (WAR) 149 2 Void Beckoner (IKO) 104 4 Leafkin Druid (M20) 178 1 Status // Statue (GRN) 230 4 Overgrown Tomb (GRN) 253 9 Forest (THB) 286 2 Wolfwillow Haven (THB) 205 2 Back for More (IKO) 177 4 Bond of Revival (WAR) 80 2 Thrashing Brontodon (M20) 197 6 Swamp (THB) 282 2 Heartless Act (IKO) 91 3 Lovestruck Beast (ELD) 165 Sideboard 1 Kaheera, the Orphanguard (IKO) 224#7 Lurrus Aristocats
This is yet another Lurrus deck, this time aristocrats instead of aggro. I went with orzhov colors but rakdos should work as well. The deck wants to get creatures out, sacrifice them for profit, then bring them back for more profit with [[Call of the Death-Dweller]] or Lurrus. Other key cards are Priest of the Forgotten Gods and Cruel Celebrant, which are the main win conditions along with the cat oven combo. I’m not sure about the one drops, but Scorpion seems fine since draining two life “for free” adds up quickly.
Deck 3 Dire Tactics (IKO) 183 4 Witch's Oven (ELD) 237 3 Alseid of Life's Bounty (THB) 1 1 Dawn of Hope (GRN) 8 4 Priest of Forgotten Gods (RNA) 83 4 Cauldron Familiar (ELD) 81 7 Swamp (THB) 282 4 Godless Shrine (RNA) 248 4 Call of the Death-Dweller (IKO) 78 4 Cruel Celebrant (WAR) 188 2 Order of Midnight (ELD) 99 2 Orzhov Enforcer (RNA) 79 4 Mire Triton (THB) 105 4 Temple of Silence (M20) 256 7 Plains (THB) 278 3 Serrated Scorpion (IKO) 99 Sideboard 1 Lurrus of the Dream-Den (IKO) 226#8 Cats
There isn’t much to say here, aside from the fact that this deck builds itself and it’s probably as terrible as the musical. All the creatures are cats, Kaheera buffs them and there are other “lords” in Cubwarden and Icon of Ancestry. There’s a mild lifegain subtheme that helps growing the pridemates. If you are a cat person, look no further (or maybe not)!
Deck 4 Conclave Tribunal (GRN) 6 4 Charmed Stray (WAR) 8 4 Huntmaster Liger (IKO) 16 4 Garrison Cat (IKO) 14 3 Cubwarden (IKO) 7 3 Leonin of the Lost Pride (THB) 28 19 Plains (THB) 278 4 Ajani's Pridemate (WAR) 4 3 Twilight Panther (RNA) 28 4 Savannah Sage (M20) 284 1 Dawn of Hope (GRN) 8 3 Icon of Ancestry (M20) 229 4 Idyllic Grange (ELD) 246 Sideboard 1 Kaheera, the Orphanguard (IKO) 224#9 Huatli doesn’t lie
I’ve successfully resisted the urge to make a High Alert deck for a year, but the powercreep on [[Aegis Turtle]] is absurd and I just had to! The deck has a lot of big butts, seven damage enablers plus an 8th copy in the sideboard, and a Fae of Wishes toolbox of answers which is mostly just random cards you can adjust as you please.
Deck 4 High Alert (RNA) 182 1 Mystical Dispute (ELD) 58 4 Merfolk Secretkeeper (ELD) 53 3 Teferi, Time Raveler (WAR) 221 4 Riptide Turtle (THB) 61 3 Huatli, the Sun's Heart (WAR) 230 4 Aegis Turtle (IKO) 39 4 Wall of Runes (WAR) 75 4 Temple of Enlightenment (THB) 246 4 Fae of Wishes (ELD) 44 4 Wall of Mist (GRN) 58 10 Island (THB) 280 2 Unsummon (M20) 78 5 Plains (THB) 278 4 Hallowed Fountain (RNA) 251 Sideboard 1 Banishing Light (THB) 4 1 Shadowspear (THB) 236 1 Heliod's Intervention (THB) 19 1 Into the Story (ELD) 50 1 Time Wipe (WAR) 223 1 Aether Gust (M20) 42 1 Quasiduplicate (GRN) 51 1 Huatli, the Sun's Heart (WAR) 230 1 Sorcerous Spyglass (ELD) 233 1 Negate (M20) 69 1 Grafdigger's Cage (M20) 227 1 Deafening Silence (ELD) 10 1 Ashiok, Dream Render (WAR) 228 1 Unsummon (M20) 78 1 Devout Decree (M20) 13#10 Brushwaggro (Mono Green Memes)
Ikoria gave us the [[Almighty Brushwagg]] along with an [[Exuberant Wolfbear]], which calls for some memey stompy action. The deck is a fairly straightforward mono green aggro deck, with a lot of pump spells to make Exuberant Wolfbear even more exuberant (plus Syr Faren likes them too). Growth Cycle over Titanic Growth because it’s much cooler to mill them with [[Excavation Mole]]s, but you can swap those around (you probably should). The deck has seven rares, but they’re not essential: Pelt Collector can be replaced by [[Wildwood Tracker]], and Yorvo with a fourth mole and another three drop of your choice, like Thrashing Brontodon or Lovestruck Beast.
Deck 3 Excavation Mole (IKO) 150 4 Barkhide Troll (M20) 165 4 Exuberant Wolfbear (IKO) 151 4 Almighty Brushwagg (IKO) 143 1 Ram Through (IKO) 170 4 Growth Cycle (M20) 175 4 Syr Faren, the Hengehammer (ELD) 177 4 Pelt Collector (GRN) 141 3 Yorvo, Lord of Garenbrig (ELD) 185 4 Giant Growth (WAR) 162 23 Forest (THB) 286 2 Nessian Hornbeetle (THB) 182#11 Izzet Tempo
This is basically the established Izzet Flash core, with the very promising and way more budget Sprite Dragon taking Brazen Borrower’s spot. Other additions from Ikoria are the cycling counterspell, [[Flame Spill] and a single [[Raking Claws]], for the surprise burst or to cycle away when it’s not needed. The deck was already somewhat viable in the past standard, let's see if a cute faerie dragon can take it up a notch!
Deck 4 Brineborn Cutthroat (M20) 50 12 Island (THB) 280 2 Flame Spill (IKO) 117 3 Shock (M20) 160 4 Temple of Epiphany (M20) 253 4 Opt (ELD) 59 4 Bonecrusher Giant (ELD) 115 4 Steam Vents (GRN) 257 5 Mountain (THB) 284 1 Ral's Outburst (WAR) 212 3 Quench (RNA) 48 4 Sprite Dragon (IKO) 211 3 Gadwick, the Wizened (ELD) 48 4 Neutralize (IKO) 59 2 Negate (M20) 69 1 Raking Claws (IKO) 131#12 Dimir Etrata Protocol
I know Etrata isn't exactly a must have rare, but if you have a few copies it's worth a try! I loved Etrata ever since she was spoiled, so that’s what I thought of when I saw Escape Protocol. This abomination of a deck is my attempt to make that combo work, with the extra spicy addition of MtG’s first demon kraken, [[Gyruda, Doom of the Depths]].
Escape Protocol also enables other mean stuff, like blinking Burglar Rats on their draw step or Gyruda to get more bodies on the board. Ominous Seas makes an appearance, but it’s mostly just a test slot since it has cycling anyways.
Deck 1 Void Beckoner (IKO) 104 3 Startling Development (IKO) 68 10 Swamp (THB) 282 4 Burglar Rat (GRN) 64 3 Atris, Oracle of Half-Truths (THB) 209 3 Etrata, the Silencer (GRN) 170 2 Ominous Seas (IKO) 61 2 Teferi's Time Twist (WAR) 72 2 Ritual of Soot (GRN) 84 4 Boon of the Wish-Giver (IKO) 43 3 Yarok's Fenlurker (M20) 123 4 Temple of Deceit (THB) 245 3 Fblthp, the Lost (WAR) 50 6 Island (THB) 280 4 Watery Grave (GRN) 259 3 Easy Prey (IKO) 87 3 Escape Protocol (IKO) 48 Sideboard 1 Gyruda, Doom of Depths (IKO) 221#13 Mutating Dreadhorde
This is another shot at a mutate deck, in another color pair. Rakdos has good mutate targets (amass tokens, Zagoth Mamba, Dreadhorde Butcher, …) and good mutate creatures, so I figured it was worth a try. The [[Porcuparrot]] + deathtouch combo might be too cute but looked fun.
There are quite a few rares, but if you play Rakdos you should have most of them already. Dreadhorde Butcher and Dreadhorde Invasion are somewhat important, but Lazotep Reaver or other two drops like Burglar Rat can fill their roles just as fine.
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That's it from me! Critiques and comments are obviously welcome, enjoy the decks!