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Frontier Duel Decks #3: Grixis Midrange vs Abzan Midrange (Grixis Midrange) (Frontier)

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    I love Frontier, but it is hard to find a game. If MTGO supported it then it would be all that I would play. Alas, I'm stuck playing kitchen table Frontier. Often I have found my decks to be lopsided or to just not be favorable matchups. To fix this problem I'm going to do a series of decks designed specifically to go against each other, my own take on duel decks.

    My goal is to build the decks as evenly as possible. I want them to curve similarly, both have sub-themes that work against each other. Also the decks must have answers for the powerful cards in the other deck. Once the core of the decks are built I then want to balance out the support cards so the decks perform evenly.

    ***A key factor to these decks is that there are no sideboards. the decks are meant to perform well out of the gate against the other. No need for sideboard answers to balance things.***

    For this duel deck I was looking first at Grixis Midrange. So I wanted to figure out an archetype to pair well in a matchup. I believe Abzan Midrange can provide a fair matchup. Grixis serves as the control based midrange deck while Abzan is a more hard hitting creature based midrange deck. Both decks have great threats and great removal, so the two decks should be fun to go up against each other.

    This Grixis deck is much like the version from standard, so I won't go into much detail. There are simply a few upgrades that are powerhouse cards.

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