An aggressive disruptive deck that looks to gain advantages with its various cards by milling cards into the opponent’s graveyard. Drown in the Loch is a key disruptive element, while Into the Story provides endless card advantage.
A bigger Tempo deck, Temur Flash looks to disrupt the opponent with cards like Rewind, while deploying threats like Nightpack Ambusher to close the game out. Magma Opus is powerful when discard to make a Treasure token, so Torrential Gearhulk can cast it ahead of schedule.
Grixis Shadow is a tempo deck utilizes disruptive elements such as Thoughtseize and Stubborn Denial, while applying pressure with threats like Death’s Shadow and Gurmag Angler. It is also capable of ending the game as early as turn three.
Grixis Delver is an aggro-control, or tempo, deck that looks to stick either its namesake Delver of Secrets or a large delve threat like Tasigur, the Golden Fang while disrupting its opponent. Efficient removal like Fatal Push and Lightning Bolt allow us to keep the board in check, while cards like Collective Brutality and Countersquall allow us to interact with spell based combo decks.
This is one of the best decks in Modern. It combines disruptive elements from cards like Kitesail Freebooter and Meddling Mage, along with the fast clock that Mantis Rider and Thalia’s Lieutenant provide to give itself a chance in most matches. The last thing humans was really missing was a source of card advantage, and with M19 it now has this in the form of Militia Bugler.
This is an aggro-control, or “tempo”, deck that plays efficient interaction to survive the early turns. It looks to grind out card advantage in longer games on the back of cards like Spellstutter Sprite, Snapcaster Mage, and Bitterblossom.