Historic - Pro-Life (Infinite combo)

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Combo Jank

This is a purely jank fueled deck that goes infinite in UG. Even with the jank Pro-Life can still hold up because of the strong interactions with the proliferate mechanic and creatures like [[Chamber Sentry]], [[Ugin's Conjurant]], and [[Voracious Hydra]].

The core mechanic that drives the deck is proliferate which is why I have affectionately called it Pro Life. The deck first started out using proliferate to buff up creatures that enter the battlefield with counters on a colorless focus. Then I saw it [[Magistrate's Scepter]]...

[[Magistrate's Scepter]] uses a counter mechanic to give extra turns so when you get cards like [[Evolution Sage]] on the field then [[Magistrate's Scepter]] can run up extra turns really quick.

Once [[Magistrate's Scepter]] (with one counter on it), and [[Tamiyo, Collector of Tales]] hit the field then the combo is ready just cast [[Planewide Celebration]] and fetch it back with [[Tamiyo, Collector of Tales]] then use the [[Magistrate's Scepter]] and repeat untill you have lethal by creatures or [[God-Pharaoh's Statue]] if attacking isn't an option.

Colorless focus means [[Karn, the Great Creator]] can fetch the scepter whenever it feels right, and the [[Tamiyo, Collector of Tales]] and [[Planewide Celebration]] combo means infinite proliferate.

While the combo is super cool, this deck actually functions without the combo fairly well.

A x guy on turn 1 into [[Pollenbright Druid]] 2 then [[Evolution Sage]] on 3 feels good. [[Herald of Secret Streams]] is a great card for a surprise lethal after you get some big creatures. [[Hydroid Krasis]] gives the deck more acceleration and a really good proliferate target and [[Voracious Hydra] works as expensive removal for minor threats and a huge body to sink mana into.

The sideboard is full of goodies for [[Karn, the Great Creator]] to grab in varying situations. [[Golos, Tireless Pilgrim]] in the sideboard give [[Evolution Sage]] procs or mana ramp, [[God-Pharaoh's Statue]] is a way to win with no creatures, [[Rampaging Monument]] and [[Traxos, Scourge of Kroog]] are there to fetch a creature if you need it and everything else is whatever artifacts you feel might work.

I also think that another [[Ugin, the Ineffable]] could fit in if you wanted (probably dropping a Tamiyo) but 1 still feels really nice.(Also I just realized that I am running only basic lands soo there is that too.) I recommend you play some bot games to get a feel for this deck. 

Overall This deck is actually really fun to play and gives you a lot of clicking action to win. It's a fairly safe craft too because all of the important cards are safe through rotation So go give it a try Gamers! Good luck!!

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SonzeySpace
Last Updated: 14 Oct 2019
Created: 07 Jul 2019
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Mainboard - 60 cards (15 distinct)

Creature (23)
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$0.76€0.240.02
$0.20€0.080.01
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$0.46€0.120.02
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Instant, Sorcery, Enchantment, Artifact (7)
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Land (22)
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Planeswalker (8)
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Sideboard - 15 cards (9 distinct)

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$0.24€0.040.01
$0.49€0.210.02
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$22.08€13.421.90
$0.27€0.120.01
$8.28€3.670.12

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