Modern Indomitable Breach by
I struggled to give a title to this deck, because there’s an awful lot going on. “Modern Indomitable Breach” is the best I could come up with to describe the two-pronged combo attack that it’s presenting.
This deck has two ways to get Emrakul, the Promised End onto the battlefield.
The first is Through the Breach. Izzet or Jeskai Control with the combo finish of Through the Breach plus Emrakul has been alive and successful for a long time. There’s a lot to like about cheap removal and permission buying time and an explosive combo finish that can bail you out of any tough situations.
The second is Indomitable Creativity. An increasing number of Modern players are seeking to pair Dwarven Mine with Indomitable Creativity, Polymorph or any equivalent card in order to power out game-winning creatures. This is particularly powerful because Dwarven Mine can easily be built into the mana base and fetched by Arid Mesa and Scalding Tarn, effectively making it a one-card combo.
As such, Indomitable Breach can win the game with an Emrakul from either its hand or library. This strategy is really made possible by recent printings of Valakut Awakening and Prismari Command. These help you filter your hand and assemble whichever combo is appropriate, cycling away any extra combo pieces that look like they won’t be necessary. Crucially, Prismari Command also makes a Treasure which can be a target for Indomitable Creativity, or power out Through the Breach ahead of schedule.
If you’re interested in a deck with two different powerful routes to victory, Indomitable Breach might be a good place to start. It’s also a great way to take full advantage of Prismari Command, which is one of the more exciting Modern cards from Strixhaven.