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Early aggression: The deck has several low-cost creatures that can apply pressure on your opponent from the start. Efficient removal: Red and orange cards offer efficient removal options like Ignition, Seal of Exile, and Grim Narcoleptic. Board control: The Impel power and cards like Shadow Trapeze help you control the board by repositioning your minions for favorable trades.
Limited late-game: The deck may struggle against decks with strong late-game strategies or large creatures due to its focus on early aggression and board control. Vulnerability to board wipes: Many of the creatures in the deck have low health, making them vulnerable to board wipes or area of effect damage.
Best combos to focus on:
Eager Recruit + Journey of Souls: Eager Recruit can be used as an aggressive opener, and Journey of Souls can bring it back after it dies, maintaining board presence. Vulcan Bladegorger + Impel: Vulcan Bladegorger has the potential to deal a significant amount of damage. Using Impel, you can move it to an open lane or create favorable trades.
Maintain early aggression by playing low-cost creatures on curve. Use removal options to keep the opponent's board clear and maintain control. Utilize the Impel power to create favorable trades and maximize your board presence. Recover from board wipes using Journey of Souls to bring back your low-cost creatures.
Additional 10 cards to consider adding:
2x Xerxian Observer (orange) 2x Xerxian Saboteur (orange) 1x Ichor Feast (Red) 1x Ironbelly Wyvern (Red) 1x Melpomene Muse (Red) 1x Blood Moon (Red) 2x Serendipity Ifreet (orange)
Should you use this deck in a tournament?
This orange/Red deck can be a viable option for tournaments, especially if you enjoy aggressive playstyles and board control.