A Brave New World

Posted in Feature on May 22, 2014

By Adam Prosak

From Friday Night Magic to the Pro Tour, Adam Prosak loves all types of tournament Magic. Currently, Adam is working in R&D as a developer.

When Journey into Nyx was released, Mana Confluence was hailed as the missing ingredient for multicolored aggressive decks. Now that we have a few weeks of tournaments, it would appear that Mana Confluence has indeed given a boost to these multicolored aggressive decks! Jamie Arnold took his Naya Aggro deck to a finals appearance at StarCityGames Knoxville.

Brave the Elements

This is a base-white deck, partially to take advantage of white's strong creature suite, but mostly to take advantage of Brave the Elements. Multicolored cards, such as Fleecemane Lion and Voice of Resurgence, are potent creatures, but even tougher to handle when they are backed up by a variety of support spells. Ghor-Clan Rampager helps boost any attacking creature over a blocker, where Boros Charm is often used to save your creatures from a card like Supreme Verdict. However, the most potent combo is when Ghor-Clan Rampager and Boros Charm are combined for what is usually a lethal attack.

While maintaining an aggressive curve, this deck has a lot of tricks up its sleeve and lots of options. Both Selesnya Charm and Boros Charm provide many different options, and many of the deck's creatures are hard to remove.

Jamie Arnold's Naya Aggro

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