Graveyard Dredge (Legacy)


Here it is..our 2nd deck list for your viewing pleasure. As the title suggests this is a black and green graveyard deck, I’ve had pretty good results with it (9-2) but once again, we will post our disclaimer: we cana’t promise you that you will win tournaments, or in general, that you will win every game that you play. What we can promise you is that it’s a fun deck to pilot. Without further ado, we present The E.C’s Graveyard Dredge:

Strengths: Dominant mid-range deck, lots of removal, big creatures quick,

Weaknesses: Control decks can be an issue(when are they not?) , or any deck with a lot of removal.

The List: (60 cards)

Creatures (22)

 Spells (20)

2x Nyx Weaver

2x Strength From The Fallen

1x Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord

4x Putrefy

4x Nemesis of Mortals

4x Grisly Salvage

2x Nighthowler

2x Murder

1x Avatar of Woe

4x Commune With The Gods

2x Dreg Mangler

2x Treasured Find

1x Ghoultree

2x Drown in Filth

2x Sedge Scorpion

Lands (18)

2x Slaughterhorn

2x Overgrown Tomb

2x Deathrite Shaman

10x Forest

1x Lotleth Troll

8x Swamp

2x Deadly Recluse

The Strategy

Nyx Weaver, Commune with the Gods, Grisly Salvage and Drown in Filth are the backbone of this deck. Use them to self-mill into your graveyard. Once you’ve milled a few times, you should have enough creatures in your graveyard to pump up Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord and Nighthowler while also casting Ghoultree and Nemesis of Mortals for next to nothing. Don’t panic if your opponent gets the jump on you, save your removal spells for clearing a path for when you drop a big creature onto the board. Use Treasured Find to save anything you didn’t want to mill.

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