MTGBUDGET

Home Deckbuilder Cycles About

Creatures ()

    Planeswalkers ()

      Permanents ()

        Spells ()

          Unknown ()

            Lands ()

              Main deck cards:

              Sideboard ()

              flip!

              online

              paper

              0 Likes

              Download

              file_download

              Customise

              edit

              Bannings

              event_note

              Comments

              forum
              Spell Queller
              flip!
              sms Hey, listen!arrow_drop_down Do you see that button over there?arrow_drop_down If you click on it, it will show you all sorts of advanced info and charts for this deck!arrow_drop_down Try it!arrow_drop_down Oh, where are my manners? My name is Liv, nice to meet you.arrow_drop_down Jeskai Control is a fairly classic control deck.arrow_drop_down Its win conditions are slow, and most of its card are there simply to prevent the opponent from doing anything.arrow_drop_down You will often find yourself going through multiple turns where you're not advancing your gameplan at all...arrow_drop_down But merely holding your opponents down.arrow_drop_down Until, of course, you draw the cards that allow you to finish the game.arrow_drop_down But not before you squeeze the last remaining drops of sanity from your opponent's cerebrum.arrow_drop_down And this was only the first match!arrow_drop_down However, Jeskai Control is not an easy deck to pilot.arrow_drop_down You will face many tough decisions, and you will have to identify when to cast your spells...arrow_drop_down And when to let the opponent attack your lifepoints, in spite of how counter-intuitive that may seem.arrow_drop_down The most obvious win condition here is Gideon, Ally of Zendikar.arrow_drop_down He can take games extremely quickly if left unchallenged in the battlefield.arrow_drop_down However, Jeskai Control contains other routes to victory, albeit slower ones.arrow_drop_down Needle Spires is costly to transform, but it's both incredibly effective at blocking (with its double strike) and at finishing games.arrow_drop_down A common combat trick is to block with Needle Spires, and then tap it for mana so you can cast Lightning Bolt to finish an enemy's creature...arrow_drop_down without losing the Needle Spires, due to the first damage from double strike having first strike!arrow_drop_down Another fairly reliable win condition are the Spell Quellers.arrow_drop_down Though weak, their evasion makes them a consistent source of damage.arrow_drop_down Combined with burn spells like Lightning Bolt or Lightning Helix, your opponent's loss is inevitable!arrow_drop_down When sideboarding, don't be afraid of swapping a large amount of cards.arrow_drop_down Swapping 8 to 10 cards here is very common!arrow_drop_down Click the menu for more details.
              assessment
              info_outline
              Sources
              info_outline
              info_outline