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firball's phase 2 fire trials decks http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=44672.msg1015158#msg1015158
« on: November 12, 2012, 07:32:51 pm »
This was my main bone build for a lot of my decks:
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5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f0 5f2 5f2 5f6 5f6 5f6 5fc 5fc 5fc 5fc 5fc 5fc 6rk 8po

I chose 6 phoenixes since they are the spine of your damage output. They have a nice 1:1 atk/cost ratio and they also come with the added benefit of resurrection, something much needed in fire's fragile creatures. The two crimson dragons provide extra support and damage, having a great 1.2 atk/cost ratio. I chose to pack 3 deflags in case any annoying permanents came up, and I found PC to be more useful than CC. PC also has the benefit of throwing opponents off because they'd expect fire to go CC. All in all, I haven't lost a single game in p2 with using this bone build. Decks based off this went 9-0.

Bloody Birds:
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BB is perhaps one of the strongest CC cards in the game. This went 4-0.

Sfumato Sfenix:
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This was perhaps my favorite deck to use. A simple fog splash does a lot, considering that fog is only 1 :air and blocks 40% of attacks. It also has the added benefit of giving quanta advantage if a person destroys it (all PC costs more than fog). This went 3-0.

Bone Buckling Birds:
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In a pvp environment racked with glass cannons, one really cheap CC card is bone shield. Able to kill off fire creatures at ease and permanently put a stop to phoenixes as well as golems, the power of this shield simply cannot be underestimated. The cheapness (2 :death) also makes it very handy and gives you quanta advantage if someone uses a deflag on it. This went 2-0.

Firestalls:
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Something I've learned: Miracle is absolutely a must in firestall. Without it, there just isn't enough stall potential. The top two decks won one game each while the last deck lost a game.

Hollow Giant Woo:
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Wardens and golems. Wardens provide CC, golems build up damage. As long as there isn't too much control this should run smoothly. Went 1-0.

Xu Fu's Dimension:
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Dimensional shield is certainly a very powerful card, but fire bolts bypass it. This went 0-1.

Molten Earth? I don't have a good name for this:
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Tried to use EQ as a way to shut down quanta. This didn't do too well because the one time I used it my opponent had immolation. This went 0-1.

Matches:
http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php/topic,44271.msg1010188.html#msg1010188
http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php/topic,44228.msg1009757.html#msg1009757
http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php/topic,44206.msg1009529.html#msg1009529
http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php/topic,44117.msg1008272.html#msg1008272
« Last Edit: June 23, 2013, 05:22:42 am by furballdn »

 

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