Game #91: Experiment Kraj
Location: Mom’s Kitchen Table, Duluth, MN
Vs. Teneb the Harvester
Result: silly Win
One last game before bed time. I pulled out Kraj, and my brother took out Teneb. I had a 3 land hand, plus an Essence Warden and a Krosan Restorer. He had a bunch of lands and Buried Alive for It That Betrays, Massacre Wurm and something else and then cast a Corpse Connoiseur.
I played Ascetiscim, Gaea’s Cradle, Mana Reflection and 1000-Year Elixir. Then a Doubling Season and a Vigean Hydropon. It was dumb. Ascetism got Mortified and a giant Kraj (who was putting like 10 counters on things per turn) got Doom Bladed. Teneb Hit the board, but I had a Tradewind Rider active and he got bounced. Then Kraj got recast, pumped to 22/22 and swung to end the game
About the Deck (http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/krajs-elven-experiment/)
I think this was the second deck I ever built, perhaps 3rd after a retired Niv-Mizzet deck. The goal is to make Kraj do a lot of cool things. This is probably the most “Elf” deck that I have as well. The list posted above has been changed a bit in since I originally posted it, but I haven’t updated the Tapped Out. I think it’s actually gotten a bit less “elfy” to accommodate more things for Kraj to Experiment on. Illusionists Bracers are a cool new addition, and I really like Quicksilver Elemental and things that put counters on my opponents creatures. Morphling is a star in this deck as well. I should probably get a Aetherling in there somewhere also.