Standard - Deck Deleter

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Control Jank
Simulating MTG Arena Best of 1 starting hand
(Simplified, true algorithm in MTGA not revealed by Wizards yet)

DeckHub DeckHub Twitch Extension

The DeckHub Twitch extension is used by Twitch streamers to display their currently played deck in the video overlay. After a quick install you can select any public deck on AetherHub to be displayed in your overlay, here is how you set it up:

How to install

Open your Aetherhub Profile editor
  • Select "My Account" top right corner, then "Edit Profile". Click the "Copy" button where it says "Twitch Secret"
Install DeckHub Twitch extension on
  • Install DeckHub on Twitch by clicking this link
Configure App
  • After install click the app and select "Configure" put in Aetherhub Username and the Twitch Secret, click "Connect".
  • Make sure the Extension is active! Go back to Extensions, you will see a list of your installed extensions. Set it is set as an Active Component overlay and put it on the far left side and on the top for the best experience. If you only use one extension you can set it as Overlay 1 instead of Component
You are done!
  • Clicking the Twitch button on any public deck will now set it as your current Deck in the extension

No creatures! Creatures are lame. (Okay we have one [[Rekindling Phoenix]] in the sideboard but that's just to activate [[Conqueror's Galleon]], and both are extremely optional)


We just have a pile of removal ([[Vraska's Contempt]], [[Assassin's Trophy]], [[Cry of the Carnarium]]) and delay ([[Thaumatic Compass]] transformed). A big upside to this deck is that you only get stronger the longer the game goes on. You'll never run out of resourses thanks to looping [[Gaea's Blessing]]s, which you're ideally surveiling ([[Notion Rain]], [[Sinister Sabotage]], [[Thought Erasure]], it's why I'm bothering with [[Price of Fame]] instead of more copies of [[Vraska's Contempt]]) or putting in your graveyard using [[Search for Azcanta]]. Casting them outright is pretty poor, but they can be useful for charging up your [[Primal Amulet]]s (along with [[Sovereign's Bite]]). [[The Mirari Conjecture]] helps both the [[Primal Amulet]] spell copying plan and then [[Gaea's Blessing]] getting your resources back plan. [[Mastermind's Acquisition]] is mainly for getting your sideboard once your dominance has been established, but it's occasionally useful for emergency-retreiving the exact answer you need if you haven't drawn it.


The win conditions are, in order of how likely they are to happen:

1) Your opponent concedes in frustration

2) You delete their entire deck with [[Unmoored Ego]] copied a million times by [[Primal Amulet]] and brought back over and over via [[Gaea's Blessing]] and [[The Mirari Conjecture]]. If you manage to get them in a position where they have no cards in hand, play, or graveyard, you win MTG forever.

3) [[Sovereign's Bite]], I guess


[[Unmoored Ego]] is stronger the better you are at identifying what your opponent is running, which is great because literally everyone you play against netdecks anyway. If you're unsure, you can name a land, but after the first time you cast it you should know exactly what to delete. This deck loses to [[Carnage Tyrant]]s that come out before we can double-copy [[Cry of the Carnarium]], as well as big [[Banefire]]s.


If you've got the game locked but your opponent refuses to concede, I've found that copying your many [[Assassin's Trophy]]s targeting their lands (Until they run out of them) usually sends the message that it's time to leave.

This is a Bo1 deck. Everything in the sideboard is for getting with [[Mastermind's Acquisition]] and is meant for having fun / passing the time / convincing your opponent that it's really time to concede now. I prefer to get the extra [[Primal Amulet]]s the first time around and grab the more exotic stuff later. Remember to get [[Omniscience]] before any of the stuff that requires colors we don't have. Honestly though, you can fill the sideboard with whatever fun janky garbage you'd like. The main part of the deck is structured to get you there, by the time you're digging into your sideboard you've defacto won already.

Last Updated: 21 Apr 2019
Created: 13 Mar 2019
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I thought I was having fun just tossing big baddies to the graveyard and popping them back to the battlefield... but this looks like it's going to be quite enjoyable.