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I ended up selling my entire collection, and I had a lot of favorite decks, but my favorite has always been my legacy rezz deck. Nothing beats the look on someone's face when you drop a first turn Iona or 3 dragons. I was also proud of my Erayo deck, which had something around 30% first turn win rate.
And this is why I don't play Vintage or Legacy anymore.
2nd turn poison rush decks were just standard last year, and were just as griefy, without moxes.
All I see is a griefy red pain deck with no anti-mill, no control, and only one win-condition, that's easily prevented.That'd probably fly in standard now though - which is part of why I don't enjoy it.
Chill dude. I didn't say it was the deck to beat all decks, I just said it was my most fun to play with while being extremely cost effective, considering the average price of decks you get people running around with now. It's definitely not exceptional.
If you want to look at a deck I take more seriously, look at the one above it. That's totally welcome to critique and I'd enjoy it in fact.
Sorry @Jovolo, I have an irrational bias against mono-red. I think it's because it was my brother's favorite, and he absolutely loved building a deck full of nothing but mountains and burn spells. I've always despised the ability for mono-red to "work" without any real synergy. As lame as the ubiquitous "elf deck" was, at least it required some thought and development.