Magic: The Gathering Deck Types

Magic: The Gathering Deck Types

The game Magic: The Gathering requires each player to have their own deck in order to play. There are over ten thousand unique cards which can be used for this purpose; thus a considerable number of different decks can be constructed. However, decks can usually be loosely classified based on their play style and mode of victory.

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Magic: The Gathering Deck Types - Recent Design Philosophy
... up creature combat more - an aggressive deck should have to worry about blocking and opposing creatures even from Control and Combo decks ... Aggro refers most specifically to the fastest creature decks built to punish slow starts, ponderous Control decks, and aggressive decks who've substituted out damage for disruption ... A modern iteration of such a deck is the 2012 Standard Zombie deck, utilising resilient and cheap creatures such as Gravecrawler ...

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