- Battlefield 5
- Life 20
- Spellboard 3
Cards 30 / 30
Alteration Spells (3)
- 3× Regress
Action Spells (3)
- 3× Dark Reaping
Went 3-0 Undefeated at a local 8 player event.
Idea is to fill their board with garbage and augment Brennan's usual fast pace with unblockable Beast Mage(s).
FF for each game was:
- Summon Blood Puppet
- Summon Weeping Spirit
- Beast Mage
It's not a perfect deck; it needs some flex options for decks that don't care about being swarmed with Blood Puppets and etc. (such as the Brennan Mirror). But the combination of Beast Mage with Regress accelerated her tempo a fair bit.
1st Round (vs. Pre-Con Harold): Bats were a little annoying, but ultimately Brennan just out-paced this. Regress on anything remotely big, Anchornauts / Fire Archer / CoR to deal with the small stuff. He swung in bats often times to deal with units (via Swarm) and left openings for Beast Mage. Few mistakes, but ultimately I think the match is well in this decks favor (as you would hope from something actually crafted vs. a pre-con...).
2nd Round (vs. Vicky Control): This deck is a deviation of the Pratt AIL S2 Vicky. He FF'd Holy Knight and ended up and swung into an Anchornaut, not realizing that it was blanked after the swing and a valid Regress target. That ultimately messed his first round tempo. He had Meteor to deal with my Puppets (I would've changed my FF in retrospect), and I geared my play towards strong aggro and locked it down by turn 3.
3rd Round (vs. Elephant Koji): This deck was not really standard play Koji. It was focused on Elephants + Flute Mage for repeated swings (not sure Koji was the right ID for it). It did still have Creepers, but they were a "secondary" theme of the deck. Anyway, I Regressed Babar and was pretty surprised to see Cut The Strings enter the field. But I ended it turn 2 through a combination of Beast Mage swings, Brennan Spirit Burns (+ Fire Archer), and Sympathy Pain.