I’ve got from bronze 23 to gold 10 in 2 days.
Oh, I recalled the deck well enough. At the time of its creation its spirit cost was unbearable for me, since I was unlucky enough to never get the key cards for the deck. But finally I crafted 3 UnSeven, 2 Keepers, a Dagona and the last copy of Nether Summonning, switched Vellum Scry to Yielding Dephs (having 3 creep tiles is more consistent in Cass, IMO, than preserving Wraithling from Vorpal ) and here’s the beauty (all credits to @miguelosz):
Did I start this thread only to post an old deck with minor adjustments? Of course not! It is here to support my story and for the sake of comparison. Cause I got Vet quest today, but wanted to play Big Abyssian. Rejoice, Vetruvian lovers, the Fish itself have wandered into your lands!
Well. Here it is. And again, today I got from I believe Silver 15 to Gold 10 in no time with it, so it is at least remotely playable. And it is a work in progress.
The problem is, unlike Nether Summoning, Corpse Combustion doesn’t place revived minions where you want them most. On the bright side though, you can revive more than 2 minions.
Mirrorrim is for copying Unseven mostly. Worst case - it will resummon itself. Best case - you’ll ramp as crazy. This affects hand size, so here’s some cheap unconditional draw in the form Divine Spark (and really, it’s not that bad, I tend to use it in some of my decks occasionally). We have no ping, so Rust Crawler. Wasteland Wraith is here for the test purpose, I used Sandwhirl some time before, but I love how this guy eats removal more often than not - then it’s more easy to stick Aymara later. Abundance of our own removal (BoA, Grapnel, Dagona and Wraith…kinda) means we can play reactive game easily.
Btw, mirroring Aymara if fine too.
Mostly - nobody dies. Best case scenario is reviving Unseven while having something else dead and some DW in action bar. Games are slow but totally dominating. (for one side or the other)
Maybe, just maybe, standard golem package is a better earlygame choice here, but I’m so tired of it forcing its way into any Vet deck, let me play something else, pretty please.
All in all, both decks are fun. Play them. Love them. Tinker with them. Especially with mine The original Devouring Fish is better.