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This is a flavor deck built on the idea that, while Atla Palani is great at getting eggs to hatch, she has a lot of eggs to take care of and sometimes mixes up which egg is which. She doesn't quite know what will come out of the egg. Was that egg left by the Bladewing's of Dominaria or was it the one left by some wurm from Ravnica? Who knows, but it's about to hatch.
The core deck consists of 75 cards and the "sideboard" has 100 creatures that could hatch from eggs. No eldrazi, demons, combo pieces, etc. It's all dragons, dinos, wurms, birds, insects, spiders, and such. Each game, I shuffle the sideboard and grab 25 random creatures to shuffle into the main deck. That way, it's also a surprise to me what will come out of the eggs. This deck is a lot of fun for me and my playgroup, even if it may not be a consistently strong deck. It also feels fresh each time you play because it's never quite the same. (After all, who wants eggs that aren't fresh?)
This is also a more budget-oriented deck. It began as the Naya pre-con deck and I upgrade it every once in a while. I've actually found the budget works really well with Atla Palani because it helps balance out her naturally really strong ability and it gives a way to play with big, dumb Naya stompy bros that aren't normally played.
In terms of gameplay, it's straightforward: Get Atla Palani out, make eggs, make more eggs through proliferate or untapping Atla, then hatch the eggs with pings or sweeps. Whatever comes out of the egg will probably end up turning sideways at someone.
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