Greasefang is the least understood deck in Pioneer. It has a reputation as a powerful but inconsistent deck that folds to removal or graveyard hate. This just doesn’t really give you the full picture. Playing with cards like Grisly Salvage and Raffine’s Informant makes your deck more consistent, not less. Also, you’re not “all in.” The combo is also only one aspect of your game plan. You can play a fair game just fine as Esika’s Chariot and Skysovereign win games when you hard cast them. Deckbuilders kept trying to build the deck to be more and more linear and the archetype suffered. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the most up-to-date Greasefang list including strategy, the deck list and sideboarding.
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Any chance we could get a SB plan for spirits in here too?