So Many Combos

Posted in Feature on June 11, 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.

What better than one combo deck? Two combo decks! What's better than two combo decks? Three combo decks, of course! Magic Online user Bryang has created a truly innovative deck that combines many different combos into one similar deck.

Goblin Welder

This blue-black-red deck starts with the classic Counterbalance + Sensei's Divining Top combo to lock your opponent out of a majority of spells. In addition, the Painter's Servant + Grindstone combo will mill your opponent's entire library. Why would you want to play both of these combos in the same deck? Goblin Welder, of course! Goblin Welder can do nifty tricks with Sensei's Divining Top—tap the Divining Top to draw a card, and use Goblin Welder to sacrifice it. You still get to draw a card while maintaining the full function of Goblin Welder. By alternating two copies of Sensei's Divining Top (or Baleful Strix) between your graveyard and the battlefield, Goblin Welder functions as an excellent card-drawing engine as well.

Imperial Recruiter and Trinket Mage provide the deck with some flexibility to play one copy of a card and easily access it. This flexibility is why the deck can put so many different combos and synergies into one deck.

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