Magic: the Gathering
Zimone, Quandrix Prodigy. And the archetype is the one that best makes use of the big bomb of the format that is
Bookwurm. Don't forget that you need ways to not die at the beginning of the game, and
Needlethorn Drakeplays that role pretty well.
Dina, Soul Steeperwork well with both, but I believe that the more focused on one of them the better your deck. On the Sacrifice deck, I think the big move is to curl a 1-drop into
Bayou Gruffand wreak havoc with your 5/4.
Daemogoth Woe-Eateris also huge in cost, and both synergize well with
Tend the Pests.
Blood Researcher, which can grow to monumental sizes if not answered immediately and can give a huge headache with Menace.
Show of Confidencealongside low-cost spells to "Storm" in a single turn.
Quintorius, Field Historian.
Twinscroll Shaman. Personally, it's the deck that attracts me the least - and I really like Boros...
Creative Outburst. My understanding is that this is a trap, and these spells seem to work best as splashes on Lorehold or Quandrix. I believe that the classic "Izzet Tempo" works best on this format, just put some cheap threats on board and interact in a timely manner.
Clever LumimancerTURN 2: Swamp
Show of Confidence, attack for 20. Please, record and upload if you ever do this. Thanks for reading!