The deck has around 30 uncommons, 10 rares and 0 mythic rare. The rare ones are only lands.
Lurrus of the Dream-Denapplies. The ideal hand is to have
Flourishing Foxto play in turn one, make the creature huge through cycling and then give it trample with
Zenith Flarekeeps you alive in a Tempo fight while serving as a removal or finisher. Some versions use
Savai Triomein the list to be able to add black mana. Black mana allows you to cast
Memory Leakwhich is great against controls or decks that depend on a specific card. If you hate Lurrus, you can maindeck
Imposing Vantasaur, which can be cast as a last resort. But
Lurrus of the Dream-Denfits like a glove in this deck since the threats are low cost and they all go to the graveyard. With an empty graveyard, you can still cycle a card and then cast it with Lurrus. JESKAI CYCLING
Startling Developmentlook weak, but they mean +3/+3 for
Flourishing Foxin addition to protecting from removals.
Frostveil Ambushcan be the finisher for you to attack with your entire team. In short, what changes most is the mana base. You take more damage, but allow blue cards to be used when needed. The deck needs a lot of mana that doesn't enter tap, so it's hard to say whether this version is actually better or worse than the other. In addition to mana, cards like
Pteramandercan be added, which can quickly become a 5/5 flying creature as several instants go to the graveyard with cycling.
Improbable Allianceenchantment that will give you a 1/1 creature with flying every turn, even your opponents', as long as you have cycling cards in hand.
CONCLUSIONIf we analyze the price, both in the Arena and IRL, and compare the results, Jeskai Cycling and Boros Cycling are the best decks for those who want to start in the new Standard.