Living Death

Posted in Feature on January 5, 2009

By Wizards of the Coast

Patrick Chapin's Living Death

Patrick Chapin played this version of Living Death at the 2000 Invitational. The deck sought to play an early Survival of the Fittest. It would then filter through the creatures in the deck, stocking the graveyard with utility threat after utility threat, until the big turn. For , Patrick would wipe the board clear of his opponent's creatures, then return all of his to play in one fell swoop. Living Death decks were very popular throughout the time Tempest was legal.

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