Playing as both players


#21

I don’t believe so ( the celerity ranged is enough incentive for me to want to play it.)


#22

komodo hunter’s, since they make for cheap but big bodies, and are your main source of antisummons.


#23

It’s great to see that the deck actually can work! Though I think I might cut venom tooth, since there isn’t very many ways that tooth can be useful(and since I’m a little short on spirit lol) I think the first deck looks a bit beter though, in terms of staying true to the concept. I’m planning on wasting some of my spirit to get a few of the cards I don’t have.

Just a question, do you know all the spriggin drops? Do they usually provide more of an advantage to you or your opponent?


#24

I like toth quite a bit, it actually sees some play in aggro list sideboards, but this is certainly not aggro. If you are skipping it though then that makes room for the metallurgist/Rage binder package in place of kujata/heal.

Second list has a gimmick built onto a top tier deck, first list is a gimmick on a gimmick with a few strong cards. Second list is definitely stronger, but both do work.

Spriggin:
https://duelyst.gamepedia.com/Spriggin


#25

Even in this deck Chirpuka would be bad?


#26

I would think that Chirpuka would work fine, only it doesn’t really synergize with the whole anti-summon package. IT could work, but finding space for it is as always a problem.