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MTG Deck of the Week: “Four-Color Creativity” – Chaos Incarnate

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Apr 26 2023

Check out the current trending decks in Magic: The Gathering! This week, “Four-Color Creativy” shows us your hand isn’t the only place to play spells from.

Welcome Magic: the Gathering players! We’re back to showcase one of the top decks of the week for competitive Magic. We have the top lists being played on MTGO, what’s winning, and the decks that won the major events this last week. So get your playmat ready, set your spindown to 20, and let’s dive into the data, brought to us by

Our deck of the week is “Four-Color Creativity” by TGB12, which is currently trending on TCGPlayer. The deck came in first place during the MTGO Modern Challenge on April 23rd.


3 Archon of Cruelty
4 Arid Mesa
1 Blood Crypt
1 Bloodstained Mire
4 Dwarven Mine
2 Expressive Iteration
4 Fable of the Mirror-Breaker
4 Indomitable Creativity
1 Jetmir’s Garden
4 Leyline Binding
4 Lightning Bolt
1 Mountain
2 Prismatic Ending
1 Sacred Foundry
4 Scalding Tarn
4 Spell Pierce
2 Steam Vents
1 Stomping Ground
4 Teferi, Time Raveler
4 Wooded Foothills
4 Wrenn and Six
1 Xander’s Lounge


4 Change the Equation
1 Emrakul, the Aeons Torn
1 Expressive Iteration
1 March of Otherworldly Light
3 Nature’s Claim
1 Plains
1 Silence
3 Veil of Summer


Deck Notes

Kiki-Jiki seems to be the deck runner for all the top table decks these days, and for good reason. Fable of the Mirror-Breaker is one of the most powerful cards out there, and it can slot into just about any Modern deck. This time it wants to copy the Archon of Cruelty to generate all the hate triggers, while the deck’s namesake Indomitable Creativity let’s you cheat out either the Archon or a potential Emrakul. However you slice it, this deck can simply outmanuever everything else


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