In today’s Playtest Perspective video, two non aggressive decks face off against each other. Jund Midrange is similar to Gerrard Fabiano’s standard Jund list, which combines removal and big creatures to keep the game in it’s advantage. With the help of Whip of Erebos for recursion, and Outpost Siege for extra cards, the deck should always have a play.

Temur Dragons is on the control side of the spectrum. With mulitple counters, the deck manages the first few turns before dropping big threats like Thunderbreak Regent and Stormbreath Dragon. Sarkhan helps the threat level, while typically forcing a 2 for one to deal with him. The deck tops out with Dragonlord Atarka, to deal with the opponent’s threats and win the game.

We played three matches, with no sideboarding. Pardon the lighting at the top of the screen, the set up was a bit too bright at the moment. Enjoy!




Creatures (20)
Satyr Wayfinder
Sylvan Caryatid
Courser of Kruphix
Hornet Queen
Sidisi, Undead Vizier
Tasigur, the Golden Fang
Dragonlord Atarka
Den Protector

Spells (40)
Xenagos, the Reveler
Ugin, the Spirit Dragon
Outpost Siege
Hero’s Downfall
Whip of Erebos
Murderous Cut
Llanowar Wastes
Wooded Foothills
Temple of Malady
Temple of Abandon
Temple of Malice
Urborg, Tomb of Yawgmoth


Temur Dragons

Creaures (12)
Thunderbreak Regent
Stormbreath Dragon
Icefall Regent
Dragonlord Atarka

Spells (23)
Sarkhan the Unbroken
Kiora, the Crashing Wave
Silumgar’s Scorn
Lightning Strike
Wild Slash
Crater’s Claw
Dig Through Time
Disdainful Stroke
Lands (25)
Shivan Reef
Temple of Mystery
Haven of the Spirit Dragon
Frontier Bivouac
Wooded Foothills
Temple of Epiphany
Flooded Strand