CREEP CASSYVA - S Rank l November
The deck is up-to-date as of November 7th 2016. If any changes are made then I will post a notification about them here. Note that I’ve revamped the old post with my deck lists so that people do not get confused and use outdated lists.
The Deck List
So as it stands, the old versions of Creep Cass which were control and midrange are no longer the “best” versions of Creep decks. This is because the meta is rather fast and tempo oriented so you want to be proactive instead of reactive on your turns. That said, the list above capitalizes on Cassyvas cheap and efficient early game tools to carry you into turn 5+ where you can comfortably drop Spectral Revenants and Abyssal Juggernauts to victory. Moreover, Cassyva has pretty good match-ups across the board and this deck is very strong right now in the current meta. It isn’t so easy to learn and there are many things to keep in mind about how you play out your turns, but the deck is at times unfair to play against when piloted well.
Teched Versus Songhai and Vetruvian
Abyssian has one of the best answers to Lantern Fox, Spell Jammer, Katara, and Tusk Boar which is Night Sorrow Assassin. I’d recommend this list if you find yourself running into a lot of Songhai. That said, this list also does much better than the one above versus Dervish Vetruvian because Night Sorrow Assassin can kill obelisks for free.
Teched Versus Magmar and Lyonar
These lists are in general better versus Magmar and Lyonar becuase they are a bit greedier and run Reaper of The Nine Moons and Klaxon. The greedier you get versus Magmar the better and against Lyonar I recommend using the second list because there really isn’t a good way to get through a Klaxon for Lyonar players so they usually have to dump resources into it just to make it manageable.