No-Reserved List cEDH Deck Tech: Tasigur, the Golden Fang
04/07/22 0 comments
Today I present a Tasigur competitive deck without using the reserved list, with plenty of recursion and pod effects. Get to know the deck's strategy and combos!Edit Article
About the Deck
Midrangearchetype, and behaves like a control deck at many times. The Reserved List contains cards that Wizards of the Coast promised they won't reprint in any new products, to maintain their collectible aspect. This led to an increase in the prices of these cards, due to the high demand. You can check more information about it in this article.
Why choose Tasigur?
Delveallows him to cost less (up to a maximum of ), and even helps filter which cards in your graveyard you want to keep there. Its activated ability is a card advantage engine, giving recursion to every nonland card in your graveyard, helping the player to play with their opponents to stop a specific player and, in addition, also functioning as an infinite mana outlet. The fact that Tasigur has Delve and costs six mana is something that allows you to use several creatures with a mana value of 7 or 8 in your deck, using it as a sacrifice to find one of them with
Winconditions - Combos
Thassa ConsultCombo Condition: Thassa's Oracle and Demonic Consultation/Tainted Pact in hand, and enough mana to cast them. 1 — Cast Thassa's Oracle. 2 — Answer her ETB by casting the other spell from your hand, naming a card you don't have in your library, or exiling until the last card. At Thassa's Oracle ETB resolution, you win the game.
IsorevLoop Condition: Isochron Scepter and Dramatic Reversal in hand and ability to generate at least 3 mana through artifacts and creatures, plus mana to cast the Scepter; you need to be able to generate at least one blue/green mana, so you can have infinite colored mana for Tasigur's ability. With Isochron Scepter, you cast it and use its
imprintability to exile Dramatic Reversal, so you only need to generate at least 3 mana with artifacts or creatures to have infinite mana. You will spend that infinite mana to feed Tasigur, putting all cards in your library into your graveyard 2 by 2, then into your hand; to end the game, just cast Thassa's Oracle.
Hullbreaker Horror Infinite ManaThis combo is based on Hullbreaker Horror and its ability to return non-land permanents to their owner's hand when you cast a spell. This added to positive rocks allows you to tap a rock, cast another, triggering Horror, return the tapped one to hand and keep repeating this until you have infinite mana. Combo Condition: Hullbreaker Horror in play + two mana rocks that generate positive mana when looped, in hand.
millyourself until you get Thassa's Oracle and cast it to win the game. You can also use this to cast all permanents in your deck and win by attack, while playing Noxious Revival, so you don't lose from deck over.
7 Drops and Tutors for them
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