1. Code of the Orzhov - Guildpact Theme Deck
  2. Code of the Orzhov - Guildpact Theme Deck

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  • Guildpact Theme Deck

    The Orzhov know how to get what they want—they bleed it out of their victims. Slo-o-owly. While playing the "Code of the Orzhov" deck, you'll strip away all opposing threats while you gradually, relentlessly pick away at your opponent's life total. There's nothing more satisfying to members of the Orzhov than being in complete control of the suffering inflicted on their enemies.

    Your first order of business is to set up your defenses. Once you play Souls of the Faultless or Hissing Miasma, or you grant one of your creatures regeneration with Strands of Undeath, your opponent may find that attacking you just isn't worth it! By using your spells to remove select creatures that threaten your affairs, you'll bring the game to a halt. That's when the bleeding begins.

    This deck's route to victory is to chip away at your opponent little by little. How? Attack with your 1/1 flying creatures, such as Belfry Spirit (and its batty friends) and Mourning Thrull. Use Orzhova, the Church of Deals to swing a stalemate into your favor. Let Agent of Masks and Blind Hunter do your dirty work for you. The best part of this plan is that the life you squeeze out of your opponent usually winds up padding your own life total.

    The haunt ability lets you use some of your best abilities twice: once in life, and once in death. Belfry Spirit and Blind Hunter, for example, both help you from beyond the grave. If you haunt one of your own creatures, you can sacrifice that creature to Plagued Rusalka or Teysa, Orzhov Scion at an opportune time to get that bonus ability right when you need it! With haunt on your side, the longer the game goes on, the better shape you'll be in.

    To take this deck to the next level, add more of the cards you see helping you win games. Pillory of the Sleepless is a perfect example: It stops a creature and it bleeds your opponent. Other Orzhov cards from the Guildpact™ set can also improve your deck. Orzhov Pontiff can make your deck much more aggressive, while the diabolical Ghost Council of Orzhova provides a nearly unkillable 4/4 body, more ways to sacrifice your creatures, and more opportunities to drain your opponent's life. When you're beating your opponent a point at a time, every point matters.

    # Name Rarity
    1 Martyred Rusalka U
    2 Shrieking Grotesque C
    1 Belfry Spirit U
    1 Plagued Rusalka U
    2 Thoughtpicker Witch* C
    2 Infectious Host* C
    2 Orzhov Euthanist C
    2 Ostiary Thrull C
    2 Poisonbelly Ogre C
    1 Skeletal Vampire R
    1 Teysa, Orzhov Scion R
    2 Souls of the Faultless U
    2 Blind Hunter C
    2 Agent of Masks U
    2 Mourning Thrull C
    1 Orzhov Guildmage U
    1 Festival of the Guildpact* U
    2 Hissing Miasma U
    2 Strands of Undeath* C
    2 Castigate C
    1 Mortify U
    2 Pillory of the Sleepless C
    10 Plains*
    11 Swamp*
    2 Orzhov Basilica C
    1 Orzhova, the Church of Deals U

    * = from a previous set

    Condition. Sealed Mint
    Each theme deck contains 60 cards

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Date Added: Tuesday 19 May, 2009 by Adam Lewis
If you like to laugh in the face of your to opponent, as he fears to attack you or even play a creature, this deck is for you. This deck is fun, fun, fun due to cards that drain his/her life one step at a time and then you can play the cads just to finish him/her off. The ability haunt can thoroughly annoy your opponent as you could even put it on your own creatures and sacrifice them. Watch you opponent cry!!
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