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Avatar Tyson Fraleigh - March 16, 2021

Challenger Decks 2021 Coming Soon!

Challenger Decks have returned in 2021! Face off with your friends or in tournaments with some of the most powerful decks of the current meta at great prices!

Challenger Decks are great ways of being able to get into the current meta of Magic. These decks offer reprints of some of the most powerful cards in the game, allowing anyone to pay for a strong deck at a very competitive price.

Break The World

Are you a lover of an aggro-powered deck that can wreck right out of the gate? Then Mono Red Aggro is perfect for you. Break the game with your four copies of Bonecrusher Giant and a copy of Embercleave, making sure you can easily take out the competition in a few moves.

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Sneaky, Sneaky

Like being a bit more of a headache for your opponent? Then Dimir Rogues are your go to. Dimir Rogues focus on milling your opponent’s deck while also scratching away your opponent’s health, regardless of how many creatures are on the field. This is made all the more powerful with the four copies of Drown in the Loch and the three copies of Bloodchief’s Thirst, allowing you to spot remove nearly any target that your opponent could play to the board.

No Step Further

Perhaps you prefer total control over the board? Then dive into Azorius Control. Enjoy powerful cards like Elspeth Conquers Death, Skyclave Apparition, and Glass Casket. Even if you don’t like this style of play, all you need to do is get a copy of Yorion, and suddenly you are playing the most powerful deck combo the meta has seen.

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Crush, Crush, Crush

Perhaps the last two decks have been a little too mind game for you. Perhaps you enjoy the simple things in a Magic game – crushing your opponents creatures and grinding their bones into bread. In which case, Mono Green Stompy is your best bet. This deck is filled with some of the biggest heavy hitters in the meta, including Kazandu Mammoth and Lovestruck Beast. Add in the Garruk, Unleashed, and you will crush every game.

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The Challenger Decks of 2021 are coming out on April 2nd! Pre-order your copies of these decks at Three Kings Loot now!

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Avatar Tyson Fraleigh - February 1, 2021

Kaldheim – Some Early Draft Decks

With the official release of Kaldheim in less than a week, the pre-release drafting game has begun! But before you hop on TCGPlayer to buy the hottest cards on the market, here are some generally accessible decks that will give you a lot of versatility right out of the box. Of course, every pre-release pack has their own luck with cards, but these three decks should be a solid option for anyone looking to build a deck without paying extra online.

Draugr (Blue/Black)

Blue-black is here to stay baby! As opposed to Rogues this time, Kaldheim focuses more on the undead side of things. There is a wide range of zombie creatures in both black and blue cards, which make it real easy to work together. One key favourtie is Narfi, The Betrayer King who is able to both boost your other zombies and also bring himself back from the graveyard (as long as you have snow lands untapped). Another big help is the newest addition to the rogue collection, Draugr Thought-Thief is able to look at the top card of your deck, choosing to either keep it there or send it to the graveyard. Add some counterspells, along with some creature removal spells, and you have a strong deck that can negate most things coming into play.

Just make sure to hold onto Annul in your side deck. They can be handy against a red-white deck that is playing more artifacts than you would like.


Dwarves (Red/White)

Aggression with power ups is hard to beat. Red-white has a lot to offer in the realm of the new Kaldheim set. You can channel your focus towards humans, dwarves, or angels through this deck, but the best synergy has got to go to Dwarves. Start developing treasure tokens with Seize the Spoils and Forging the Tyrite Sword, then spend them to search your deck for key creatures and artifacts with Magda, Brazen Outlaw. Pull a creature from your deck to your hand, such as a Goldspan Dragon if you need mana, or straight to Halvar, God of Battle to start swinging with big numbers. Mix Koll, The Forgemaster in there for a damage and toughness bump, along with some card return if someone dies, and bam – that’s going to be a tricky deck to beat.

Shapeshifter (Green/Blue/Black)

Blue and green cards have taken a big boost in new set. If you are able to build big monsters AND have control over the board… well, you see where this is going.

A big aspect of Kaldheim’s green plays are Shapeshifter creatures. Maskwood Nexus makes this especially powerful, making all of your creatures every creature type. This means any board wipe cards like Crippling Fear are useless against you. Maskwood Nexus also allows you to go into an endless stream of 2/2 Shapeshifter creatures as long as you have three mana to spend each turn. Throw in a The Trickster-God’s Heist and you have control over what creatures you have from both sides of the board. Add some additional snow lands and some Faceless Haven‘s to get a nice 4/4 you can throw at your opponent as extra measure.

Not a bad way to play, eh?

Did you create an interesting deck out of your pre-release that you want to show the world? Leave it down below in the comments!

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