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Now back in non-standard, since most of the cats are rotated out. So Ajani, Caller of the Pride and Fleecemane Lion (my favourite) are back in. Otherwise the deck is much as before, a Cat tribal deck, with a slight subtheme of cat tokens. Both Ajani Caller of the Pride and Ajani Unyielding are in the deck because 1) they (he?) are powerful, 2) they were cheap enough for me to obtain and most importantly 3) because they're cats. The change in Planeswalker rules means they can now co-exist on the battlefield.
Prowling Serpopard has been dropped, as if anyone is going to be playing counterspells in my play group it's going to be me, but would be good to include if that was a major problem. I ended up dropping Temur Sabertooth too, as there was just little reward for flicking creatures out. Originally I was trying two of Felidar Sovereign as a replacement, as that offers an alternate win condition. But then I came across King of the Pride, which seems much much better than Pride Sovereign in this deck (though I'm trying running both), and also had two Ajani, the Greathearted, who seems to go really well with the go-wide strategy and synergises with the other Ajanis. A casual tribal deck for playing with friends, but modern legal anyway.
Currently inactive, as I adjusted the deck into a Pioneer-legal deck.
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