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New Modern Four-Color Omnath with March of Otherworldly Light!

 

Modern Four-Color Omnath by Ivan Espinosa

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Ivan Espinosa made it to the semifinals of the NRG Chicago 5k with Four-Color Yorion Omnath, a deck that we know very well in Modern already, adopting Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer over Ephemerate and Eternal Witness, which has become the stock version since Kanister made it a few weeks ago

Omnath, Locus of CreationBoseiju, Who EnduresMarch of Otherworldly Light

The reason why I chose to highlight it today is because of the impact of Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty to his deck. The three utility lands – Boseiju, Who Endures, Otawara, Soaring City and  Sokenzan, Crucible of Defiance – are great in a deck with four Wrenn and Six that can give you even more late game than you already have.

Boseiju is fantastic in this deck since you’re hungry for green mana as well as being an additional instant speed way of interacting with Colossus Hammer.

But the biggest addition to the deck is for sure March of Otherworldly Light, which gives you an additional way outside of Spreading Seas to answer Urza’s Saga for just one mana, as well as being a catch-all answer for threats from every deck, such as Kroxa, Titan of Death’s Hunger and The Ozolith.

In order to play March of Otherworldly Light, Ivan decided to cut down on Counterspell, a metagame choice that will make him better against creature decks and weaker to combo/control decks. It’s a totally reasonable line to choose when Grixis Shadow and Colossus Hammer have been sitting comfortably at the top of the metagame for months. 

 

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