Somata Insanity

8 years ago by Zakker, for scrolls version: 1.3.1, with a Score of 2
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6 9 9 8 12 2 2 2 0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
2 Gloomstone Treaty x3
3 Pack Husk x3
3 Return To Nature x3
4 Damning Curse x2
5 Oblivion Seeker x3
5 Sleep Moratorium x3
6 Halls of Oum Lasa x2
7 Necrogeddon x2
1 Erode x3
1 Eye of Eagle x3
2 Frost Gale x3
2 Nog Nest x3
3 Somata Shift x3
4 Fertile Soil x3
4 Rat King x3
5 Kinfolk Veteran x3
5 Quake x3
8 God Hand x2

This deck work best if you sac first to growth if you dont have decay and get nog nest and you know your opponent is mostly playing creatures you can use erode to nog nest to ramp up decay early, keep in hand quakes and frost gales and return to natures for board cleaning, before you play rat king is best to play gloomstone, sack god hands and necros at early and try to get them back with sleep moratoriums play eye of eagle early and keep count what you got with it there is only 9 creatures so it is easy and play somatas early too, in late game there is halls of oumlasa, necro and god hand. For cards try to play fertile soil to oblivion seeker or pack husk.


    Yea i tryet out to not have him but it seems to be good blocker and something to sac to fertile soil so i tought i should keep it in



      Also, why Pack Husk over Oblivion Seeker?

      And Verdant Remnant seems like a nice blocker as well, plus it gives the Eye of Eagle Effect.

      18% Creatures (9) 6% Structures (3) 76% Spells (38)
      58% Growth (29) 42% Decay (21)