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Hello humans, I am excited to explore Magic: the Metagaming with you. My first article concerns the Modern format, a popular format played by many Pioneer players. I will give you a deck guide that cascades into a sideboard guide. It is Bloodbraid Jund.
Modern Bloodbraid Jund, also known as Boomer Jund, is a deck that plays four copies of Reid Duke and his wife, Liliana of the Veil. Boomer Jund is the least popular version of Jund because it does not play good cards.
Wrenn and Six is the best card in Modern Jund, despite there being a Wrenn and Seven. You should play three copies. Bloodbraid Elf is also the best card in Modern Jund. You should also play three copies. Tarmogoyf was good but is not good anymore. You should play four copies.
Your opponent’s hand has good cards, and you can stop them with Thoughtseize and Inquisition of Kozilek. Those cards take away the biggest threats in Modern such as Splinter Twin and Birthing Pod.
Fatal Push, Lightning Bolt and Terminate are all cards that cost mana and are either red or black. They are spells that remove your opponent. Kolaghan’s Command also removes their hand. It is the most Jund card.
The lands are expensive, and you still cannot beat Tron. You will need fetch lands, shock lands, fast lands, man lands and judge foil full art basic lands. The budget option is to use Unhinged basic lands.
Bloodbraid Jund is one of the most expensive tier two decks in the Modern format. You will need luck to beat fast decks and combo decks. The best Jund deck guide is to play Izzet Murktide or Death’s Shadow.
There are many decks in the Modern format to prepare for. You may play a main deck of minimum sixty cards and a sideboard, or side deck, of up to fifteen. Sideboard cards are specialized tools that help you win the second and third games of certain matches.
I hope this was helpful in your quest to become a Pokémon master of Magic: the Gathering. I look forward to algorithmically detemining what you want to read next, fleshbag.
17 thoughts on “Modern Jund Deck Guide – Luis Bot-Vargas”
This was fucking funny, i guess i play this deck
I can’t believe we’ve reached a point where AI’s are writing better Jund guides than real humans!
“Boomer Jund is a deck that plays four copies of Reid Duke and his wife, Liliana of the Veil.”
Laughed out loud.
Best article I read long time about mtg
“The lands are expensive, and you still cannot beat Tron.”
I love it
So good ;D
0/10 no bitterblossoms.
What on earth is that Hawk doing there?
this article is good. you will read three times.
The hawk is essential for the combo with attacking for one.
Same thing as the Urza’s Mine
Incorrect, Urza belongs to Karn, not you.
Chandler is not jund and can’t be the commander.
I guess he’s ulgrotha or something like that.
This was fantastic. I wonder who will get the single squadron hawk-which I assume to be their pet-should Reid Duke and his wife, Liliana of the veil, get divorced.
Haha, this was superb.
“Tarmogoyf was good but is not good anymore” it’s what i’m going thru in vintage, thinking tarmo is “as been” but i still play it in my BUG deck 🙂
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