Happy Monday MTG peeps,
we have a series of posts showcasing the latest Magic the Gathering
product, Planechase 2012. In this post, we have the Primordial Hunger
decklist. Head over to the other posts for these decklists : Savage Auras, Night of the Ninja, Chaos Reigns and the video breakdown of the Savage Auras deck we got.
Deck - Primordial Hunger (r/g)
Creatures (25): 2x Tukatongue Thallid, 2x Brindle Shoat*, Nest Invader, 2x Viridian Emissary, Wall of Blossoms, Hissing Iguanar, 2x Mudbutton Torchrunner, 2x Thunder-Thrash Elder, Gluttonous Slime, Nullmage Advocate, Thron-Thrash Viashino, 2x Beetleback Chief*, Penumbra Spider, Hellkite Hatchling, Mitotic Slime, Mycoloth, Thromok the Insatiable*, Preyseizer Dragon*, Dragonlair Spider*
Other Spells (11): 2x Flayer Husk, Fractured Powerstone*, Fiery Conclusion, Fling, Mark of Mutiny, Awakening Zone, Fire of Yavimaya, Overrun, Hellion Eruption, Warstorm Surge
Lands (24): 2x Gruul Turf, 2x Kazandu Refuge, Khalni Garden, Skarrg, the Rage Pits, Terramorphic Expanse, 11 Forest, 6 Mountain
Planes (8): Furnace Layer, Jund, Kilnspire District, Lair of the Ashen Idol, Orochi Colongy, Prahv, Selesnya Loft Gardens, Stensia
Phenomena (2): Reality Shaping, Spatial Merging
With the "Primordial Hunger" deck, your early threats become delicious snacks for your giant creatures, making them even more fearsome. Just when opponents think you're trying to swarm them, you'll summon a game-ending predator instead.
Planechase decks have brand-new eternal-legal cards, including a cycle
of multi-color legendary creatures. Overall there will be 21 new cards
in the set, with 6 appearing in each deck in different quantities.
Each box contains 10 over-sized cards (8 plane, 2 phenomena), a 60 card Magic deck, and a planar die, with an MRSP of about $20.
The folks over at MTG Mint Card already have up Planechase 2012 singles for pre-order, so check 'em out.