Slim version:

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`6rt 6s5 6s5 6s5 6s5 6s5 6s5 6s6 6s6 6s6 7q1 7q1 7q1 7q1 7q1 7q1 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 81q 81q 81q 81q 81q 81q 81q 81q 8ps`

The SoSa isn't strictly necessary, could be replaced, but it can give some much needed healing to buy time for the win.

Fat version:

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`6s5 6s5 6s5 6s5 6s5 6s5 6s6 6s6 6s6 7q1 7q1 7q1 7q1 7q1 7q1 7q5 7q5 808 808 808 808 808 80d 80d 80d 80d 80d 80d 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 80h 81q 81q 81q 81q 81q 81q 8ps`

The decks are based on the combo: Deja-Vu + quintessence + Shard of Wisdom = 2x6 spell damage untargetable creatures at the cost of (2

+ 3

+ 1

) = 6 total quanta.

So you get 12 spell damage for 6 quanta and they are immune to CC. Pretty good deal IMHO. Plus with the SoFr it could be even 18 damage.

Strategy tips:

1. hold back playing SoFr until your damage is out on the field and can afford it

2. do not play DejaVu if you can't quint it right away

3. if you have more SoW in the hand than Vu, you may play multiple on a single Vu before splitting

A little bit of statistics. I ran the game simulator by Xenocidius on the fat version 1000x versus FGs, and this is what I got:

Player

Wins: 357

Winrate: 35.7 %

Average TTW: 19.34

EMs: 24

EM rate: 6.72 %

Computer

Wins: 643

Winrate: 64.3 %

Average TTW: 14.5

EMs: 346

EM rate: 53.81 %