BW Vampire Tokens (Standard)

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    This deck is built to pump out as many vampire tokens as possible, with both their lifelink and the anointer priests giving the controller a stupid amount of life.

    Try to be conservative with your token generation at first, so that you can really start to pump them out once you have Anointed Procession on the battlefield. Once you have a few tokens and other creatures on the board, drop that lieutenant and start going all in with the tokens, provided you can summon more later. The lifelink they provide will be invaluable, and will allow you to play Champion of Dusk relatively safely.

    Champion of Dusk should usually be able to get you a full hand upon playing it, and it should be alright if you have to discard one or two. This is a fast deck, and you should be able to kill the opponent long before you're missing too many cards in your library.

    For the sideboard, swap Duress in when you know that the opponent relies on a single Sorcery or Enchantment for their win condition, or has one as part of it. Fumigate is dangerous as it wipes your own board, but it's a good back-up against other many-creature decks. Ixalan's Binding can be used to get rid of enchantments, artifacts, or heavy hitting creatures your opponent relies upon, and Luminous Bonds can effectively render an opponent's reliable creature useless. Lastly, Never // Return should be used for decks revolving around planeswalkers or large creatures.

    Any criticism is welcome. I love the idea of this deck I've made and I'd love any opportunity to improve it!


    Sideboard price: 13.38 € | $ 9.07

    This deck appears to have been legal in Standard (Season Jan 18 — Apr 18)!

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